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Newton M.

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  1. Please, do it! For sure will highlight some cool things we can do using both tools.
  2. It would be nice to hear from them, at least, an official statement. Maybe even a more explanatory tutorial with options, third party apps associated with the company. It would end up with all of those open questions regarding the subject.
  3. Is it the whole idea of having encrypted notes and notebooks on Evernote dead for good? Back in 2014, when the initial post was published, encryption was already important despite being only to a minor percentage of users. What can we say briefly about it today? Privacy is in the epicenter of tectonic moves in the technological world. Touching every aspect of our digital lives, from creating content to sharing it privately. Countless stories about leaks or accidental breaches are published every day. And we know that lots of other apps offer full encryption already, with similar services found here. We also know the communications between Evernote clients and servers (and between our various data centers) are all encrypted. That they changed the UI to be more clear with whom a note is shared, etcetera. It's clear and nice to see that Evernote as a company does care about it. But it's time to the next step, don't you think? We could take advantage of this phase of changes that are taking place to improve the entire platform, as well as to implement certain features that we cannot move on into the next decade without them. Would be nice to bring attention to the matter to their new CEO. It would be nice to hear an official position about it from Ian Small.
  4. Hi, Noduslab! Thanks for sharing it here again. Since I didn't catch it the first time you posted, I'm looking forward to trying it out with some of the lengthy notes I have in my Evernote folders. That said, congratulations on building the tool, and keeping it open source. I haven't had time to explore properly yet, but after watching all the videos on your site, I plan to try it out in the coming days. I confess that I was full of ideas.
  5. Thanks for taking a time to answer me, @gazumped I hope it doesn't take too long to be implemented all those improvements.
  6. Reviewing all the features listed on the RN, I noticed that some of them are already available. Mea culpa. But I really hope the other ones get some attention and consideration. Both from users and the company.
  7. +1 on a Dark Mode option. At least as a start.
  8. The version 6.6 Beta 2 of the Windows client received some nice features on the tables handling area. Here they are from the release notes: Improvement to tables You can now merge cells, to add more layers of organization to your tables! You can now copy multiple cells and paste into selected cells Some highlights: Quickly add rows and columns – via the plus button Easily select cells – by clicking-and-dragging, or by clicking the column/row headers Efficiently drag and drop rows & columns – by clicking on the row/column headers, and then dragging and dropping the row/column elsewhere Better copy/paste – copy multiple cells, then place your cursor anywhere in the table to paste into multiple cells New fixed width columns – so that as you increase/decrease one column’s width, it does not affect the next column’s width New horizontally scrollable tables – so that you won’t need to expand your window wide to view a table that has many columns Access advanced table functions – via the new menu which provides options such as Resizing the table width to match the current window size Distributing selected columns evenly Adjusting alignment of content in cells Changing cell background color Additional info: The new tables do not support "table-in-table" or "merged cell" functionality. If you paste incompatible tables into a note, then the tables in the note will not have the updated table features or controls (including resizing). In a future update, we plan to support pasted-in tables that have merged cells. My request: If there's no way to bring all of those features in the upcoming beta versions of the Mac client. Please add shortcuts to allow us to add more lines or columns inside the tables or a way to a new line be automatically added if you hit something like a shift+enter combination. I know that different user has different needs and demands, but I hope that functionality will get some attention and be considered by the development team.
  9. Sadly, Evernote doesn't even open anymore in my rMBP pro with the 6.11 B3.
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