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andree

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  1. I hope the almighty AI solves this one day :D. Getting tired of formatting things manually, because I feel it should't take insane effort to write an algorithm that provides some reasonable formatting. I'm not talking about some piece of art, just bold here and there, some spaces, etc Anyway, thanks for the answer.
  2. I'm an obsessive note taker. Most of my notes are taken by cherry picking bits and pieces from websites (blogs/articles/etc) + adding my own comments to that information. Which results in a big wall of text, which is pretty unreadable. I'd like to be able to format my notes quicker. Most optimal solution I can imagine would be something (another app/service/plugin/extension/whatever) that would automatically format that text like: this looks like a code, let's add format as code block this line has an empty line before that, could be heading, let's format it like h1 Does something like that exists? It not, I would be really thankful if Evernote community @here would share some personal tips on how they solve this problem. Thanks!
  3. Thanks, you both are making good points. And yeah, TP full access to personal notes sounds scary.
  4. I'm thinking about creating Evernote Web Text Editor alternative by using Evernote API, and I wanted to ask community if somebody would find this useful and probably use themselves? Here's what I think => I'm using Evernote WEB version a lot and I'm really frustrated with Text Editor. I do a lot of copy/paste from websites and format that text further, and I really find Evernote Text Editor lacking some important features that could improve my experience and allow for faster text editing. Here's what I'm thinking: Tabbed interface inside WebApp, instead of opening each new note in different browser tab. Tag notes by writing hashes inline (like "text text #some-tag text text") instead of pointing to header, finding "+" and then entering tag. Breaks the whole typing experience. Also, when starting to write tag, search by "contains" not "startsWith". If you have a lot of tags like me, it gets hard to remember all the names, easier to find with when searching by "contain". Better overall formatting experience. I hate that I have to mark text, then find "remove formatting" button, then press "bold", choose color, press "red" etc. What I offer instead if formatting while you write, without switching to mouse and UI buttons: want to clear formatting? write "/clean" + enter inline and format is removed want to bold text? write "/b" inline + enter and current paragraph is bold want to color text? write "/red" inline + enter and text is red. also, I could provide way to define your own shortcuts and hotkeys for formatting
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