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  1. Does anyone think it'd be a good idea for a new feature?
  2. Hello, I wanted to be able to send a snippet of text to Evernote via an email, and have it append that text to a note of mine that already exists. Is this possible? Thanks!
  3. Why isn't this "intitle:" search modifier function covered in the in the User Guide? Or, say, right inside the application with maybe menu choices or a popup help panel triggered by a button next to the search field or something? Are there any other search tricks like this? What else isn't mentioned in the User Guide? Why is it not a priority to provide complete documentation? I hate to seem like I'm being a moaner about this, but this is nowhere near the first time I've had to hunt and search the application and all the menus, then hit the help site, then download the user guide pdf and search that, then hit the user forums and do a search there....just to find out about semi-basic functionality. Could we get a complete user guide? pleeez? ;-)
  4. This could be a very cool feature. I love being able to merge a dozen similar notes or PDFs into one using the Mac desktop app. If the merged note had an auto-generated table of contents on its cover page, that'd be really useful. It could use the title of each note, of course, to generate the content listing. And maybe it could be clickable, to take you right to the appropriate note (sub-note) within. This would encourage people to merge notes more, and to get more organized and to reduce clutter and to reduce the total number of notes. People would be more inclined to merge recipes of the same type, or similar web articles (for instance, all health articles, or all personal finance articles), and would find the merge feature to be much more useful with a table of contents that allowed for easier browsing of articles/recipes/notes/etc.
  5. Hi, Is there a way to designate notes or notebooks as "web-only"? It's great that when creating a notebook you can have it be Local or Synchronized, but why no choice for a notebook that never syncs to the local desktop? Sometimes I scan a bunch of files, and maybe I have 3 or 4 PDFs that are 20 mbs each in size, and are just scans of old bills and documents that I don't need to have on my internal hard drive, things I may not open again for years, but need to keep. It'd be great to have a notebook like this that stays web-only (in my example it'd be called "file closet"), thus freeing up some space on my hard drive (and also reducing the number of files on my laptop that possibly contain sensitive information). If I use Evernote only via the web interface, then I can basically achieve what I want to do, right? Because it's not syncing any files to my hard drive if there's no desktop app installed, of course. How about letting users of the desktop app also have the option of freeing up some hard drive space, instead of just the web interface users? ;-) By the way, the Mac Evernote app's spellchecker doesn't recognize the word Evernote. ;-)
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