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  1. Just saw the update on the iOS version. Very nice. I hope it hits the Mac soon!
  2. I have been admitted to the beta program, but haven't been given any betas. I've also switched to the beta channel on my Mac client updates, but still no styles menu like the web client... This is very disappointing.
  3. Thanks for the replies, but those are not really styles. Those are character formatting options. When I say "style," I'm talking about heading styles, paragraph styles, etc. The only thing in that menu that qualifies as a style is the code block (which is a welcome addition; don't get me wrong). If the headers are available in the beta client, perhaps I'll switch to that channel. I've been using Evernote for over 10 years, and have wanted this for that long. I recently tried to switch to OneNote, but although it has many more text options, it really is more focused on taking actual n
  4. All these years later, still waiting for support for styles in Evernote, and I find that they are implemented on the web version only. ...Who uses the web version? If I wanted to use a webpage for this, I'd use Google Keep or Apple Notes or something like that. I basically pay Evernote for everything to be local. I also realize now that super/subscript and strikethrough are available on the app, but I didn't know it, because there's no UI button. I suspect that's the case with headings as well. Why? Surely it's not a big job to put a couple UI elements into the toolbar that
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