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shawnx

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  1. Okay, thanks all. I was a little puzzled as given PDF annotation is inferior than most competitors why would evernote advertise this as a premium feature. Anyway, I submitted a feature request here:
  2. Navigating and annotating goes hand in hand especially when the file is long. Currently, you can not click the link in the table of contents that takes you to the appropriate section in the PDF annotate mode (which is advertised as a premium feature). When you are annotating a long PDF file, it is very cumbersome and ultimately unusable when you can not navigate to a section from a table of contents while many PDF annotators offer the select/viewing option that switches it to a viewer mode instead of annotate 1. Open PDF annotate in Evernote 2. Click a button or so to switch to viewer or select mode so my click on the file content won’t be an arrow or highlight 3. Click on a section on the table of content that PDF allows to 4. Start reading and annotate there Alternatively, a press of button (say the command key) should also be fine to navigate to a section or open a link.
  3. Okay, so there is no way to do this simple thing. I think Evernote team should add this as a feature request. Navigating while annotating is a crucial thing as a user especially when the file is long. Many PDF annotators offer the select option that switches it to a viewer mode instead of annotate. If Evernote annotate does not even have the most basic functionality that my default PDF viewer offers then why should I use Evernote’s PDF annotation functionality? It is a very simple yet common use case. Here is the requirement: 1. Open PDF annotate in Evernote 2. Click a button or so to switch to viewer or select mode so my click on the file content won’t be an arrow or highlight 3. Click on a section on the table of content that PDF allows to 4. Start reading and annotate there Alternatively, a press of button (say the command key) should also be fine to navigate to a section or open a link. But this doesn’t work either
  4. I just started the Evernote premium to use the PDF annotation feature. However, I was frustrated that I am not able to click on the links or one of the sections in list of contents. For example, for a large PDF, I would look at the list of contents and click on the section I want view, provided that the PDF has that function. Also I am not able to click on the links either. This functionality is available in Preview and probably with most of the PDF viewers or annotators. I tried all the buttons and none of them work. Can someone let me know how this can be done?
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