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  1. Generally speaking, I really enjoy the layout of the web beta! In my humble opinion, however, some space could be reclaimed for the text editor. This could be done by shrinking the space between the option menu and the note title. Here is the existing web bata editor compared with a mockup web beta editor: Existing Web Beta Editor Mockup Web Beta Editor
  2. I have experienced a similar problem. Certain actions on the web beta, such as refreshing the webpage or closing/opening the window, yield a blank page. I am using Safari Version 13.1.
  3. Thanks for the clarification! I suppose that it seemed novel to me because I only started using the web application recently.
  4. There appear to be some markdown elements on the current web application! * I am using Evernote Web Version 5.30.0 for Safari. It supports the use of hashtags (#) for headers, asterisks/pluses/minuses (*/+/-) for bullets, and numbers (1/2/3) for numbered bullets. Bolding, italics, and underlining is still controlled from the menu bar (or with a keyboard shortcut) exclusively. Some might (correctly) say that this is not true markdown, but I think that it is a step in the right direction. It is easier for me to use ### rather than mouse over to the menu bar for header options. I have no doubt that Evernote will continue to use HTML files (with all the features/services they permit), but I am glad to see elements of markdown incorporated into the editor. Hashtags and asterisks are really fantastic for extemporaneous note creation, so thank you Evernote! * Importantly, the rendering of the markdown is sequential. So, if a user types ### for a small header, then the ### disappears and the font for that line is set to small header. The hashtags are not hidden; they are removed. Essentially, all of the above commands are one-way signals for specific formatting instructions. This is why I say, "some markdown elements" rather than "markdown" in the first line. (I've applied for the Beta Program, but I am not in it. To my knowledge. 5.30.0 is a public beta release.)
  5. On Mac Catalina (Evernote Version 7.14) you can hide the sidebar with Command Option S and you can hide the toolbar with Command Option T.
  6. I thought there was one version for iPhone and one version for iPad. This clears things up. Thanks!
  7. Hello, My use current use involves a MacBook and an iPhone, but my MacBook is nearing the end of its lifespan. Consequently, I am considering alternative devices to replace my MacBook. Here are my questions: Is the Evernote toolkit on iPad Pro fully featured? I understand that the application is different on iPad OS, but have not found any videos demonstrating its usage. If I swapped to iPad OS, would I lose comprehensive search, document annotation, presentation mode, or any other desktop features? Knowing what to expect would help me to make an informed decision. Is the Evernote experience on iPad Pro pleasant? Here I am mostly concerned about the overall functionality of the iPad OS application. Setting features aside, does the app work well? Thank you in advance for your thoughts and suggestions. Some Details: I am a longtime Evernote user with around 1800 notes. Most of my notes are research-related, including various documents, handwritten notes, and drafting/brainstorming.
  8. Please do share your results! I am also an Evernote Post-It user, though I still have a small stockpile. It would be nice to know whether auto-sorting and tagging also work with similar, non-Evernote exclusive colors.
  9. Adding my support to this thread with an upvote. I would be wonderful to see individual reminders attached to to-do checkboxes. This is a feature I see and use in dropbox paper (though dropbox calls these features something different). This would permit a more functional to-do list in Evernote with reminders for individual tasks appearing after a planned completion deadline has passed. Right now, the lack of an individual reminder system for to-do items makes the Evernote functionality incomplete IHMO.
  10. Notice how the left side of the share button is actually slightly thinner than the right side. Will the cruelty never end?
  11. (Version 7.5) A menu should be located in the top right corner of notes next to the "share" button. Clicking on the first option in the list, "note details," should give you what you are looking for. Note sizes, word counts, and character counts are all listed there.
  12. Seems like the new web version is currently unavailable for Firefox. This seems strange given that a previous user post suggested that the beta was working on Firefox as of 7-5-2018. Any chance that we could get an ETA on which browsers will get the beta when? The information would be much appreciated.
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