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  1. Evernote could be a portable and compact note-taking setup on a mobile device with a bluetooth keyboard because you can take photos of slides in a presentation or class and save them inline with the notes you are taking. However, in spite of my iPhone camera being silent, the shutter sound in Evernote was so loud in a recent conference that I had to switch to the camera app and lost that efficiency. Please at least give us the ability to turn it off or remove what you have added and obey the OS. Many of us have petitioned for years for improvements to formatting (https://discussion.e
  2. I used to use Skitch alot but I had not used it for about a year. I needed it again today, so I downloaded from cloud in app store, took and annotated lots of photos, assuming it was doing what it claims to do. Over half of the Evernote notes had no image. It was not saving, so I tried emailing to myself at GMail. Nothing. I was about to drive 40 minutes to a furniture store. I am glad I checked. Is this going to be fixed, or should we all just find alternatives? I have been an Evernote subscriber for well over 10 years, but I keep having to find alternatives. You
  3. Evernote should enable its users to create documents that have semantic structure, with h1, h2, and so on. The web now has HTML5 and semantic markup. Right now, Evernote formatting is like using a typewriter, and that is ridiculous. Allowing users to semantically structure their documents would make it possible to use that structure to improve search in the future. Image being able to search for "green" only in H1 in your notes. Image being able to search for "banana" only within a bulleted list. THAT would be a powerful app. Right now, you just have to trawl through everything. And
  4. I have been a paid member of Evernote since January 2009. Currently, I still use Evernote for capture and old info, but I then curate IT-related info in the Quiver app because it allows me to control formatting. Quiver enables you to format in blocks such as Markdown, plain text, and code. The code blocks auto-format for the language you are using. I would like Evernote to enable users to Edit notes in Markdown by switching between Edit and View modes Deliberately control formatting instead of the current unpredictable hit and miss. Have formatting styles like
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