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Mark923

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  1. Not sure why this isn't persistent, but it would be nice if it didn't play the UX version of hide and seek.
  2. Also, a preference/choice to have items organized from oldest to newest, and newest to oldest. If I'm writing in a journal, or taking notes on a subject over time, I would like to have my newest entries be at the top and all older entries in order by date, following after.
  3. I keep a lot of long notes, journals, etc. and when I open one of these notes to continue writing, it would be great to have the cursor automatically start at the END of the note so I can continue where I left off, instead of having to scroll all the way to the bottom to start typing. Functionally, this would be a much more efficient USER EXPERIENCE. thank you!
  4. I considered that. I just don't want to be double billed. I took advantage of Premium chat and this is what I was told, which makes sense: So it looks like you subscribed through Google Play Store with Evernote. To change this you will have to unsubscribe through Google Play first and then once the subscription runs out you are able to renew for a full year through the Evernote website.
  5. So under Billing, I see Premium Monthly plan Save money by switching from a monthly to yearly payment plan. But the Change Subscription button is grayed out, I can't click on it...?
  6. Hi, I just paid for Premium for the first time for $5 this month, but decided I want to pay for a year rather than go month to month, which is more expensive. How do I turn my monthly into a yearly now? I'm not seeing anything on the Play store where it says Subscription. thanks in advance, Mark
  7. I've brought this up before here, and this topic seems to be low if, nonexistent for future considerations. viewtopic.php?f=51&t=25334 I can think of lots of great uses for a scanner to be part of EN. It's a very attractive feature built into SpringPad, I just don't want to use SP. I agree, it's a no-brainer that EN is used to keep stuff, all stuff, and barcode scanning to scan stuff and store this stuff's information with all that a bar code has embedded with it, seems like a perfectly logical and pragmatic addition to Evernote. However, I have to use a separate app like ShopSavvy, and take that info and share it to my EN account and use it like I want. I don't understand why EN is so resistant to this option. They advocate for making a folder for gift ideas, but how much better would it be if we could make this idea a richer and more complete experience by scanning it and storing it. I do it with ShopSavvy (I've tried many bar code scanning apps, and SS is the only one I've found where I can 'share' the scanned info to my Evernote acct) and it's a natural, it just isn't part of EN itself. I recommend it.
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