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Daniel W. Kim

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  1. 7 minutes ago, gazumped said:

    ... there are three Evernote widgets in Android. 

    ...  there is at least one general-purpose widget that might suit - https://ifttt.com/products/do/button - it's possible to create a single purpose 'do' button for a variety of apps.  :)

    Yep. There is only one widget in iOS :(

    I'll try IFTTT and other automation apps. Thank you for the suggestion :)

  2. On 10/25/2016 at 8:27 AM, gazumped said:

    Hi.  I don't use iOS,  but there are a range of Android widgets (well 3,  anyway) - do you have any alternatives you could try?

    Hi. Sorry for late response.

    I have checked all menu items and widgets pallette (what do they call this? "Add widgets" screen?), and I couldn't find any alternative form of widget.

    In iOS, app makers provide their own widgets, we can not choose among various widgets (from various makers) for a certain purpose.

  3. Hi,

    I usually use evernote widget for fast note taking or searching.

    Moreover, notes can contain private information, so I don't want any note contents to be displayed in widget.

    I chose to turn off "Show Notes in Widget / iMessage", but the "Recently viewed notes will appear here" area showed up.

    I think this area looks ugly.

    The area in the widget screen is important asset: unnecessary area of one widget can hide part of another widget and it requires (otherwise unnecessary) user scroll when s/he attempts to use this widget, which obstructs fast full-filling of the user need.


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