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  1. Another suggestion. 

     

    On the What's New page for this Beta it says this: 

     

     

     

    Note Information

    We've made it easy to add or change the metadata associated with your note. Just click on the "i" in the Note Editor and a flyout will appear to let you edit your note’s information.

     

    This same i should be available in the single note view as well. That way, we can access the metadata on an individual note we are looking at without having to enable a separate toolbar for all notes. 

     

    Thanks. 

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    Here's a suggestion: 

     

    In the new v.5 beta, when you are looking at a note, the title is now more or less part of the note. The problem is, if you have a long-ish note, and you scroll down, you cannot see the title of the note you are in. It's not in the topbar of the note window, either. So you no longer can see what note you are in. 

     

    One of 2 things need to be done to fix this: 

     

    1. The title should not scroll, or...

    2. The note should (optionally) show in the topbar to the right of the menu, perhaps. 

     

    Thanks. 

     

    Could you give a few examples/workflows where you need to refer to the title after you've scrolled down? Thus far, we are hoping that users can quickly hit the "i" in order to bring up the Note Title and other metadata.

     

     

    Sure. When I have a few notes open and a couple of them are long notes, and I am adding something to the end of one of the long notes. If I go to another program, like Chrome or Word or SQL Server Management Studio, and then back to my EN notes, I cannot tell from the top of the window which note is which. 

     

    Try it yourself, you'll see. Create 3 notes. Paste in some long test from the Wikipedia (for example) in each one. Scroll to the bottom of them. Go to Chrome or some other program. Go back to you EN windows. Hard to tell which is which. If you use ALT+TAB, its in the windows switching dialog, but if you're using a mouse you have to scroll up to see which title is which.

     

    That's a problem. You should be able to glance at the note window and know immediately by seeing the title what note you are looking at, regardless of how far down you have scrolled

     

    Thanks. 

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  3. Here's a suggestion: 

     

    In the new v.5 beta, when you are looking at a note, the title is now more or less part of the note. The problem is, if you have a long-ish note, and you scroll down, you cannot see the title of the note you are in. It's not in the topbar of the note window, either. So you no longer can see what note you are in. 

     

    One of 2 things need to be done to fix this: 

     

    1. The title should not scroll, or...

    2. The note should (optionally) show in the topbar to the right of the menu, perhaps. 

     

    Thanks. 

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  4. From what I have been told, you can *only* store pics and sound files (music, podcasts) on the SD card, no matter what, rooted or not. It's in the nature of Android itself. So it' not going to be possible to store Evernote notes (SQLite DB?) on the SD card. Yeah, sucks, I know. Still, if you make sure your music and pics *are* going to your SD card, and you don't have too many apps installed, you should be able to make EN work on your Android phone. 

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  5. My experience has been that Burgers'N'Fries and gazumped will almost always respond to a reasonable feature request by first trying to persuade you you are being unreasonable. I think they should consider a new way of opening such responses. 

     

    Yes, highlighting would be nice, and has been MUCH requested. I don't know why EN has not put it in yet. I have listened to all their podcasts and have not heard a decent response to this question yet. 

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  6. OneNote Mobile for Android is now available worldwide

    http://blogs.office.com/b/microsoft-onenote/archive/2012/02/07/onenote-mobile-for-android-is-now-available-worldwide.aspx

    This looks interesting. I have been an EN premium users for lo these many years and am not likely to switch, but it would be interesting to see how this stacks up against EN on Android.

    If I get time, I will try it out and see and report back.

    If anyone already has, it would be interesting to see what they have to say about it.

    Thanks.

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