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Miguel M

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  1. Hi All, I have been testing new Tasks in Evernote and I am a bit disappointed, as I feel it is a mere copy of programs like Todoist, but more limited. Plus, I feel like it does not make use of Evernote's key strength, which is to relate to real life notebooks but using digital advantages. I think that it could be more like colour-coded small tags. So I have decided to make a couple of drafts of how it could be like, hoping (maybe too optimistically), that the Evernote team will like it and implement this. Sorry for the shabby job putting together the images, and the brief description below. Unfortunately I don't have much time, with a kid, but I really wanted to share my thoughts. Main reasoning: Currently, Task in Evernote does not offer much more than running Todoist alongside, and it falls short on other aspects. Evernote's key strength is to implement physical notebooks but with the advantages of digital. Most people mark tasks in a notebooks using colour-coded tags. Conclusion, Evernote should implement a digital version of colour tags, as this would be superior than the current Tasks feature. Some possible details for implementation: When tasks panel is expanded, colours tags would show on the right hand side. This is similar to how tasks show up on a physical notebook, but can be minimised if you don't want to see them. Tasks (selected from the main panel) would expand into full view, showing tasks descriptions, details, subtasks, etc. Hope you like it. Cheers.
  2. I agree with the original poster, and I think that in general Evernote should give the user more control over how to display the information. Additionally, we should be able to see note contents in as many columns as our displays can afford (I know that the OP says that this is possible already, but it's not for me). I also like the response "This request is for the Evernote app on my computer.". It is a general request, and it should apply to all the devices that make sense, in this case the ones with big screens like browser, Window, Mac, etc. The response is so obvious that asking it seems like a way to avoid the issue. Ideally, the user should be able to ignore what device they are using, and the experience should be seamless.
  3. I'm working on my notes from the web browser and I get 3 or 4 copies of the same note that I'm working on, for some unknown reason. Why is this? It is really not convenient as I have to go deleting them.
  4. For years, Google Docs has allowed multiple users to work on the same file at the same time. Evernote should do the same for notes. It seems like a completely necessary feature, as more and more apps incorporate this ability. This would also solve the problem of the anoying note duplicates when working offline. Evernote, please allow for multiple user working on a note simultaneously!
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