Hi Evernote Users and the amazing Evernote Team,
I am Eddie, an Evernote Basic User, and have been using this wonderful productivity application for a while (exactly 5 days since 19th October).
I have an insightful question about the Evernote Search Engine within notes, it is:
Does Evernote have any fact-checking features to verify the level of accuracy of information written or stored in a single note?
I think that if this feature has already existed, it would help the search feature a lot (for instance, if there is any mistyped information or any typos, the fact-checker may suggest the user/writer to reconsider making it correct).
To be more specific, please take this Evernote video as an example:
When I watched this video College Success with Evernote: Take Notes (https://youtu.be/4wXfiAmTV10?t=13) :
From the second 6 to 8, the professor writes on the white board the atmospheric components of Mars: 95% Carbon Dioxide, 3% Nitrogen and about 1.6% Argon (the sum is about 99.6%; almost 100%).
However, the male student taking notes with his iPad miswrites one piece of the information given above (from the second 13 to 14): Ninety five percent carbon dioxide, 5% (FIVE percent) nitrogen and Nearly two percent argon; which all sum up to be more than 100% (NOT TRUE about this kind of percentage!)
Please advise me on this kind of common situation.
I hope I have made my points and my question clear and am looking forward to hearing from you, the Evernote Users and Team, soon.
Furthermore, if I have a note about Mars' atmospheric components like the student above and when I search for the percentage like ’95%’ (instead of ’ninety five percent’), it will result in ‘No Notes Found’.
Do you have any suggestions for this kind of search?
Additionally, how should I properly use Evernote Search for pieces of mathematical/technical information like the above as well as add them into my notes?