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motorwayne

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  1. Yeah, I can see that indeed. But, with one small flick of the pen and adding a number to the Evernote home screen icon, the immediate gain is Evernote becomes an instant EFFECTIVE task/project reminder manager and tactically places itself as a viable alternative to something like Todoist which is kinda good strategically. Whatever though I guess, am sure coloured text is make or break compared to this.
  2. Oh, so you're saying it is Evernote that didn't add the count code, that makes sense, I thought you meant Android hasn't shown reminders. I would have thought it was relatively simple as the language is there already isn't it?, certainly internally the labeling to trigger an event is i.e. "reminderOrder", "reminderTime", and "reminderDoneTime": and if you just used reminderOrder:* for instance as a query and get Evernote to post that total as a number on the badge..then Whamo! problem solved. Clear as mud
  3. Hey there, I don't understand? Android does offer badge numbering Facebook, Twitter, Whats App, Messenger etc etc all have this feature.
  4. I just migrated from iphone to Android. Evernote is my go to for everything including reminders. Am I doing it wrong? because I can't seem to get the reminders icon to show the number of due reminders like it did on the iphone? My Twitter, Facebook, message, Whats app application icons all show waiting message so I know numbered icons is available. Help
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