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  1. At this point, many people who use IOS exclusively or don't use their desktop/laptop very often really need this feature. At this point, when traveling I often take my notebook and not my ipad because Evernote IOS doesn't have this ability.
  2. It would be great to be able to have "add reminder" along with the various bulk edit options. AND/OR A quick keyboard shortcut or icon to tap on list/snippet view to add a reminder.
  3. Hi JonnyBoy, Unfortunately, no, there's no quick way to port your bookmarks from Safari to Dolphin right now, but this has definitely been a popular user request. Stayed tuned! Thanks for the reply. Good to hear it is being worked on.
  4. Is there a quick way to port one's bookmarks from Safari to Dolphin?
  5. The new Clever update for the iphone is flawless (at least in my limited experience). All problems that I had before are cleared up. However, the Ipad edition (Clever HD) is buggy. My "Saved Searches" in Clever's iphone app work well but don't seem to work in Clever HD. Hmmmm....
  6. [ I am not sure if it is the same bug but when I scroll quickly using and flick and then stop the scroll before it reaches one end or another, then the menu freezes until I refresh it (via "edit" or "contact"). I mentioned this to the developer and he said he would try to fix this. By the way, the developer is very responsive to feedback (bug reports and enhancements). On a last note, along with the ipad update I believe (at least according to a recent email from the developer) we should be able to copy note links outside the app. Presently you can only copy links within the app but the copy/paste function disappears once you go outside the app (unless you paste it to a note and then copy it from the note). So more good things to come. I believe that both Everlog and Clever are developed in Japan. Both developers have been very very responsive to any feedback that I have given. To say the least I am impressed not only with the quality of product but the customer service they provide.
  7. No problem. I haven't tried the url schemes. When I do, I will let you know if they work or not. By the way, May, have you tried Everlog? I am curious to what others think of it. You can try out the lite/free version before purchasing.
  8. Strange. On both the ipad and iphone, I can browse the notes as well as edit in landscape.
  9. I would like to have this feature as well. I ran into this need when I wanted to search all my personal notes and avoid those notes in notebooks made by other apps (such as Olive Tree). So a work around was to put my personal notebooks (inbox, offline, online, and shared) in one stack and all the rest of the notebooks in another. Then I either tap on the stack (if I am located in all) before searching or I use the save searches function. Hope this helps.
  10. Great video, May. I have been using Clever for about a week and am very impressed. Both Clever and Everlog are the 2 go-to apps for Evernote on the iphone (as well as ipad though neither have a dedicated ipad app). I use Clever primarily for viewing and quick editing. Everlog is for quick and clear input of regular entries (incredible template options kind of like KustomNotes but on steroids and for the iphone). By the way, Clever can run in landscape mode though there is bug which doesn't allow you to copy the note link in landscape mode.
  11. Everlog has the option of adding icons for weather, emotions and ratings as well as automatic location, tags and date stamps. And of course, the icons used can be connected with certain tags. I haven't tried out DayOne yet. My guess is that it is much more pretty of an option than Evernote and at the same time, can sync with Evernote. Everlog doesn't have a viewer separate from Evernote for the notes it creates. I prefer this but I understand the pain recently for ios users (of which I am one). I can't wait till they fix the most recent bugs. BTW, It would be great to see the ios apps updated in general. The android version is so much better than the ios. This I say as one who just switched to iphone from android and am feeling the pain.
  12. I am a little bit behind the curve as I just discovered KustomNotes. After tinkering around with it, I discovered some of the strengths and weaknesses of this app and Everlog which I mention above. Advantageous of KustomNotes: 1. The option to connect to Google Calendar and Contacts 2. The option to set up reminders. 3. Web version These are not an option yet in Everlog. However, I do prefer Everlog as 1. It is smaller and more discrete (KustomNotes are big and loud, at least, in my opinion). 2. You can determine the size of photos that will be added in the template. This saves a lot of space and as well as makes it easier not needing to manually shrink the size of one's photos before importing. 3. Everlog doesn't list the field in the EN note if the field is left empty in the template. This is great if I want to make multiple appends to my journal entry (see below). 4. You can also append information to the same note throughout the day, week or year if you want (Maybe you can do that in KustomNotes but I haven't discovered it). This is great for journaling or wanting to quickly record events for a particular contact or quickly take notes on a book. 5. It is available on the iphone and ipad. 6. It is quick. No lags and so far I haven't had any crashes. (KustomNotes seems a little clunky and slow at times). So far no web or desktop version for Everlog which is a minus. But I am hoping that they will come out with one soon. Anybody try out Everlog yet? edited: 20121020 17:19 +2:00
  13. I was trying out the various free and lite apps that work with Evernote and I stumbled on a gem. So I want to give you a heads up. It's called Everlog and there is a free (lite) version of it to try out. Basically, the app allows you to develop templates which then you can fill in later. This would be great for all of us that have been searching for a quick and clean way to journal. It is by far the best that I have come across so far. The only problem so far is that there is very little documentation in English (probably due to the fact that the developer is Japanese). However, a youtube video gives you an idea of how to use the app and what it's capabilities are. Try it out and let us know what you think. GrumpyMonkey, I have just recently been trying to follow your advice about titles and journal entries. As a result I was hunting for an app that would stream line input for this method. Everlog has just about all I was looking for including adding a date stamp that you can predetermine in any way you want. Right now I have it set up with yyyy MM dd but you could just as easily use yyMMdd or any other. There are many other options (fairly comprehensive) so take a look. By the way, I have no affiliation with the app developer and just discovered it today. This recommendation is only after about 30 minutes fiddling with the lite version and after a hour with the full upgrade. So there might be problems and bugs that I haven't encountered yet.
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