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  1. Yea, I have nearly a hundred workflows (not related to Evernote) that I've made over the years in the workflow app before it was bought by Apple and became shortcuts. I'm referring to Evernote's baked in option for Siri to directly open notes via voice. The way you can, from within an Evernote note, record a phrase to open that note with voice command. Often, when calling the voice command for a note, the note will pull up via Siri, but all the text won't render - the note just sits there spinning. Notes use to pull up fine, they sometimes still do, but often they do not render. Notes almost always render when they are accessed with a text search.
  2. Notes are often not loading when using a Siri Voice shortcut to open them. These offline notes are able to be pulled up, then fail to render. What's weird is I can pull them up and they render fine with a non-voice search in EN. Anyone else experienced this?
  3. I like the idea, but wonder about privacy. On the authorization screen, it says the site would be allowed to retrieve notes. Anyone know if it's doing any storing or able to see note content on their side?
  4. Another suggestion would be if we could have 1/3 screen views (at same time) of different notes for the iPad. All of these could be the same size as the shortcuts pane and could be expanded and minimized while retaining their respective cursor position. On the iPad, Evernote can already pull up multiple notes at one time via Siri voice shortcuts, so the memory and cpu can handle it.
  5. Just trying to place info from one note to another is difficult on ios. You leave one note , come back and your place is lost. Some kind of ability to remember position, even in last 10-20 notes would be helpful.
  6. Multi-select text within a note is something I hope happens. Also, quicker ability to format or highlight text in colors, especially on mobile. I agree that one shouldn't have to go outside of Evernote and bring a note back in for these things. I start many notes outside of Evernote, but many notes aren't in a final state and iterating on them with simple features like these allows a person to stay in one train of thought better.
  7. Yea, I have an email launcher app to Evernote set up in the top of my iOS widget area. It’s not a great solution since emailing in to Evernote has failed me before. Not paying for Drafts either, I used it before it went subscription and I’d figure a shortcut app route before that. I was thinking back on how five years ago I was in a relationship and the woman I was with read my diary I was at the time keeping in Evernote via iPad. What’s hilarious to me is I was hardly putting anything in there because the editor was such a fail. So the ***** editor maybe saved me.... Putting some thoughts in Evernote this first day of the year and I’ve had moments where I’m trying to hold a couple in mind while I wait for the note I’m writing in to open. Five years down the line, still, that cognitive load of wondering if a note will come up so you don’t forget your thought.
  8. Happening again here on ios and osx. A few times in the past hour on ios where I tried to open an offline note and it wouldn’t render. Had to click a note in the shortcut pane and back to the note I was trying to get to and only then it would render on screen.
  9. I’d like to see reminders as a first class feature baked in Evernote similar to how this new competitor is going about it: ”Glad you asked, this is an area we've very passionate about! We've probably spent half of our development time building todo list features. Our todo lists currently support: • Fixed recurring todos (e.g., every Thursday at 8pm) • Snooze / Hide item from list for X time • Relative recurring todos (e.g., whenever I call grandma, remind me to call her again a month from now) • Time estimation: optional means to assist Amplenote in estimating priority of task • Important/urgent designation: optional means to assist Amplenote in estimating priority of task • "Todo trash" = whenever you finish an item, it's automatically moved to bottom of note, and grouped by day so you can quickly see how much you got done on a per-day or per-week basis Native reminders are a feature we already have in our UI, but it's not enabled yet. Probably late this month or early January for reminders.”
  10. So Siri shortcuts just quit working for me. All the notes I've created voice shortcuts to open on will not open the note. Siri does recognize the voice shortcut, but just tries to search the web or open apps with the same name. I've looked in all the notes with voice shortcuts and under “edit Siri shortcut” the same command is still there. Since there still isn’t parity between iPhone/iPad etc voice shortcuts for the same note, i’ve only been using iPad for them. Anyone else experienced this?
  11. For me, there are less than 50 links I use quite often and that number slowly grows so it's not difficult to remember. If there were suggestions based on first letters typed similar to quip, nuclino, cmd-j on osx that would be one way to implement it. EN just feels lacking in stability, fluidity and aliveness on mobile, I often end a session in it less inspired than before due to little glitches like cursor jumps to bottom of notes, note crashes, quicker note time outs when moving between apps thus making me find place in note again, etc etc. But back on topic, more connectivity would be great. I’m still rooting for EN, just only have so much patience and maybe my way of managing knowledge needs a different tool that has more immediate ways to visualize, connect, and get knowledge back out.
  12. If I’m reading a note and I need to copy some of its content to put in another note I have to come back to original note after and find my place again. This can be a huge flow interrupt, not having dual note capability, doesn’t feel very 2018. Just having this would solve a few other issues for me too, I probably wouldn’t need inline tags as much either, though both would be nice.
  13. What I do is export the Evernote note to PDF sending it to MarginNote 3 (ios / osx) and then quickly highlight the sections I want to remember. I then use Marginnote’s export highlights to Anki feature.
  14. I want this autocomplete feature for links on mobile. New ground breaking research suggests: “When the brain builds a model of the world, everything has a location relative to everything else,” that is how it understands everything.” The more linked up, the more powerful it is. The ability to quickly link to notes and sections of notes has me looking at Notion.so more and more. Still love Evernote, but it’s undeniable how fast comparable companies are adding features.
  15. Opening a note will automatically scroll you to your previous location in the note, so you can pick up where you left off. Would be fine as an optional toggle
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