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Georshaw

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  1. http://www.dictionary.com/browse/workaround A workaround is a problem by definition, but I digress. Use of MS word or a third-party programme to make your notes look more presentable may be preferable in your view, but not in mine. Differences of opinion are part and parcel of a forum. If there is concern about cluttering of menus on the mobile format (which I don't see an issue - their recently updated mobile font, list and paragraph options are hardly over-intrusive), you can have an advanced formatting toggle, but what I'm suggesting doesn't even need a format button. The OneNote style of text input (which more suitably imitates how you would use an actual notebook) means you can click/press anywhere one the page to input text and the invisible text box makes placement/positioning effortless. It would be a nice option to have in Evernote in my opinion, especially to win over more of the OneNote crowd who are used to note-making in that way.
  2. Call it "wrap text", call it "image free-placement", call it whatever, this is the single most frustrating thing with Evernote. As a user for 5 years (most of which premium), I feel like I'm entitled to say that! OneNote makes it so easy to organize and annotate screenshots/images. Take a look at the screenshot of the user post in the link below. Looks like pretty simple (and NEAT) formatting but in Evernote it's not possible without editing in MS word first. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/94635-formatting-text-around-an-image/?do=findComment&comment=469733 For 5+ years we've been told the "workaround" (acknowledgement that it's a problem) is to create note in MS word, or create a table and then copy/paste the images into the table. Please fix this problem.
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