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  1. Saving websites to Evernote must not be a very common action. Unfortunately, I assumed the title was easy to understand. I now think many people probably do not use the clipper or care to put in the “work” of assigning tags. The purpose of Evernote was to convert “paper” into one’s “digital diary”. This feature request is asking Evernote to help archive already digital stuff. I always looked at Evernote as the organizer’s organizer. It is a supreme saving & recalling solution. Tags just seemed like the best way to have more content engagement and better recall.... no SQL idea. The fastest way to do this seems like iOS, but oh well... title should have been a faster better way to organize web content...
  2. Thanks all your contributions are appreciated. it is a rather silly miss...
  3. Evernote security flaw... iTunes/Apple ID request flaw allows app passcode to be bypassed, meaning the Evernote passcode feature is currently not working to secure the app. Video - http://bit.ly/epinios0203 (1.5MB 51seconds) When sleeping an iOS device after Apple ID request, upon wake & cancel, the App's passcode is bypassed (all notes visible).
  4. DTLow thanks for the reply. I'd rather have custom on-the-fly tags and not need them then need them an not have them (current pain). using tags is a "nodal" system of organization. if you need to work many sources, tags are far more important, especially for recalling "connected" sources later. on iOS not being able to "on-the-fly" create tags is an efficiency crime. Given the usage case above (owls), I would "on-the-fly" tag the "source" trails - owl's food - camping maybe even ornithology, just having the option means how information relates does not depend what my memory allows.... NO SQL my brain. Not everything is relational to what is in a "list". Additionally if "on-the-fly" tags are not important, why do we have this feature in the desktop app? What happens when you find a "plumbing fixture" that is super modern for your "best" re-modeling customer? Do you file this twice in your hierarchy of "plumbing" and.... later create the new tag "offer to bob builder" then your realize modern fixtures is a good tag... sorry can't create this on-the-fly -- if it doesn't fit the list... re-organize while pounding salt iOS users
  5. Maybe you have a ornithology tag. Cool! Maybe when learning about ornithology online on an iOS device, you come across a really great camping/outdoorsy website which has mostly backpacking trail info. while reading this website... "deep in the article" you notice it references some cool areas around lake superior to see lepus americanus, but this citation is small (one sentence). The site really has nothing to do with ornithology, but you are forced to tag it so because the snowshoe hair is the great horned owl's food --- don't forget evernote on iOS DOES NOT ALLOW FOR creation of custom/new tags either when using the "clipper" or in the Evernote App. 6 months from now, do you remember this site provided an opportunity for seeing owls... maybe...perhaps you re-tag "camping".
  6. every usage case is different. having a "needs tag" tag is a terrible lack of capability, especially given the amount of time spent on iOS
  7. Excellent. This feature is a direct improvement to the "mobility" of Evernote and would replace the need for bookmark management applications like Pocket (www.getpocket.com). Evernote is WAY more powerful than Pocket, yet developers have crippled the usability of "tagging" web clips by not enabling custom tags on iOS devices. Bookmark management on iOS (using Evernote) is critical for research/student needs/general personal interests.
  8. Good day, this feature request is so users can create tags from an iPad/iPhone's Evernote "iOS web clipper". If on an iPad/iPhone only a user's existing tags can be applied. The "no tags selected" input field does not permit keyboard entry. iOS screen pdf attached. Also very small video link supplied. This is greatly needed so clippings may be tagged at the time of creation. Evernote's iOS extension is missing the ability to create new customized tags for "clipped" items. Selecting the "tag field" should allow me to type a new tag. Just when I select the "tag zone" it does not accept input, you'll get moved to your existing tag list. Some things in the existing list might be desirable, but what if a relevant tag needs to be created? I've created a video (no download needed) which can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/etagios0105 For example: I do not have the tag "Cheese" in my current Evernote tags list. When trying to input Cheese, selecting the tag field removes the keyboard and takes me to my current list. Once at this list, there is no way to create a new "Cheese" tag. For Reference... The Evernote iPhone/iOS Clipper feature discussed here: https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/01/25/clip-web-content-evernote-using-android-ios-devices/ video link: http://bit.ly/etagios0105 Evernote_iOS_ClipperTags.pdf
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