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PValk

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  1. I am not understanding your statement. Are you saying that notes are not supposed include drawings or sketches and therefore EverNote doesn't support it? Most of my 'notes' include written words, arrows, sketches on how things work, etc... I am not a designer at all, but I do use more than letters. In any case, for those who like windows or android, is there anything I can use? The Note 7 has gone up in flames. My Note 2 is too slow. So a digital pad and OneNote (which does have the ability and same use of the word Note ;-) would be the way to go? I prefer not. I prefer to stay with one program but if EverNote doesn't support my type of notes... :-/
  2. Thanks for the responses so far. Very odd that a program such as Evernote doesn't allow for handwritten notes. Also for people who draw/sketch, how do they use EverNote? Scanning is okay but a bit of a pain. When the meeting is over, I want to move on. Scanning also doesn't allow for quickly erasing or editing of what I wrote/sketched. Perhaps I can use OneNote for real note taking and create a Zapier zap to make it available in EverNote. Anybody any other ideas/suggestions?
  3. Hi, I use Skype with video a lot, and when I want to take notes during a meeting it is easy to write with my right hand on a piece of paper without looking like I am distracted. Now I am starting to use Evernote more and more. What is a good way to get handwritten notes directly into a Note? Using a iPad with Penultimate seems overkill (plus I am a Windows and Android user). Perhaps something I can add to my PC and laptop via a USB port? However, when I start a new note on Evernote on my PC, I don't even see the option for any handwriting input. So is it even possible? Anybody has an elegant solution for this? TIA Patrick
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