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About Mannycastaneda

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  1. You never know what you need until you have to use it. I've been using Evernote on Windows and Mac for years as a paid subscriber and for the first time, I tried to use this feature today on the Mac version and was flummoxed when I couldn't find it. This stands at the top of "missed requirement" on the software development scale. Heck, I was learning Search and Replace on text editors on my old Apple IIe in grade school I realize that features need to be assigned based on demand; however, there are times when a feature is so basic to the genre that not having it in a product makes it a laughing stock, despite demand. It's like having a spreadsheet app that doesn't allow for division. This is like that..
  2. Given there has been no further discussion here, I'm going to assume there is no active development on this issue. I manage a software development team, so I know all about development priorities and timelines. However, I think Evernote is running the risk of releasing half-baked features just for the marketing splash and not delivering on basic functionality. I have been a Premium user for years and have seen this in various forms across the platform. If you offer annotations to PDF's baked into the client, you need to offer basic features like resizing stamps. It's OK to end up with this as a missed requirement. It's not OK to not address it at all for more than two years after it was noted and reported. I happen to agree with Evernote's direction of phasing out products like Clearly, Hello, and Skitch (ironic, on this one though) so they can focus on core experience. Well, it's time to focus on this core experience - get your annotation engine up to snuff please.
  3. I really like Marxico. I use it in my workflow as the primary input point to Evernote for most of my meeting notes, largely because of its markdown support. However, sometimes I'd really like to edit my note in Evernote without being redirected back to Marxico. I used to be able to do that and now I can't. The note is read only in Evernote and I can only edit it by clicking on the red bookmark icon which puts me back in Marxico. Am I missing something?
  4. I think Evernote has been trying to penetrate the enterprise space for a while, bringing collaboration and other features ot the mix. There's only so many times you can tweak the UI or increase indexing speed to remain relevant. IQTELL offers strengths that Evernote simply needs to entice more corporate clients to adopt the Evernote way. A full email client which integrates seamlessly into the ecosystemBaked in integration with Evernote tags and notebooks which goes both waysflawless incorporation of GTD, the most used productivity paradigm in the world, into a logical workflow with Evernote as a key pieceAnd, it has a dedicated user base willing to pay to keep it alive.
  5. I love this app. I use it to format my meeting notes in markdown and then share with staff. One issue- every time I open the app, I have to reauthorize with Evernote. Am I doing something wrong?
  6. When triaging notes in my "Active" notebook, I select individual notes and move to the notebook where they belong. Default behavior in all clients is to move the note and retain the focus on the Active notebook. In the web beta, it moves the note and shifts focus to the other notebook, forcing me to go back and select the "Active" notebook.
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