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Principal Moo

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  1. I do hope a Linux client is in the works. As soon as I am finished with my dissertation (which requires Microsoft Office), I am switching to Linux and never looking back. Would be great to take Evernote with me.
  2. Hi DTLow, I am using the Evernote app in Windows 10. The changes may not have been recent, but I stopped using Evernote a while ago because I really needed tables that I could resize. Now that I can use tables in Evernote, I can create a daily log and note every incident that happens during the day, make notes for each meeting, provide details for each student incident etc. I can then tag the note so that I can quickly reference a teacher meeting, student incident, parent discussion etc. I understand what you're saying about needing other tools for more advanced note taking. Prior to trying Evernote again, I was using a Google Doc and added daily logs to one doc i.e. one for each month. However, the search function is not the same as Evernote tagging, so it can take a while digging through notes to find the information that I need to refer to. This also makes it possible for me to use Evernote for most of my daily tasks. Before, I was using Google Doc for my daily log, Todoist for my tasks, and Evernote for my personal journal. Now, I can do all of them with one app. This is why I'm really excited.
  3. I just wanted to say "thank you!" to the Evernote team for making it possible to resize table columns. I have always kept my Evernote subscription active, but I have been using other tools to fulfill the numerous tasks that I have (I'm a school principal) because I need to be able to use tables. However, those tools have never felt permanent to me and Evernote has always had everything that I need (except for the ability to resize columns), so I decided to check in. Lo and behold, I can resize columns now. This is an absolute game changer for me on so many levels. Thank you!
  4. I am using Evernote on a 10.5” iPad Pro. When I try to print a note, it will print in A4 Portrait (which is what I want). However, when I create a PDF, it will save the note in some off paper size and in landscape mode. How can I create a PDF in A4 Portrait? Thanks in advance for your help.
  5. I guess it would help if Evernote clarified what its core business is. I can see how some people believe that Evernote’s primary purpose is to take notes (this is how I use the app). To get back to the discussion, I don’t know why it is necessary for people to demand that a service be offered because they are paying for premium service. As a customer, I can clearly see which services I am receiving with premium membership. It says nothing about the ability to add tables as being included in the service. It would be great if EN did give us the ability to create tables, but I will stick to requesting it for now.
  6. Although I have had an Evernote account since 2016, I did not really begin to use it until I bought an iPad Pro. With the keyboard and Apple Pencil, I found that I carry my iPad Pro more than my MacBook. The Mac Notes app on the iPad is awful, so I began using Evernote. And the more that I use it, the more I really appreciate it. The feature that I would love to see on the iPad app is the ability to see tags similar to the way tags are accessed on the “full” app on my MacBook: on my MacBook, I can see all of my tags in the left menu, which makes it easy for me when I want to find a specific student or teacher. Other than that, I am really enjoying the app. I also use it for my doctoral studies. Every article that I am using for my dissertation is saved on Evernote and I don’t know what I would do without the app now!
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