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Xavier_

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  1. Thanks for the feedback. This is a known limitation of the Android app. The indented bullet is not fully supported yet, that's why the editor defaults to a more limited editor. This improvement is on our list.
  2. Hi Silver89, When a note created on another client is edited with Evernote for Android, you may experience some limited editing capabilities. The reason is that the current version of the app doesn't support yet every formatting offered on other platform. To preserve the full formatting of your note, the editor uses a different mode that we call the web editor. You can identify it by the grey bar and the 3 dots at the top of the note content. This editor is very similar to the one provided by Google doc on Android. It allows you to edit each individual part of the note and append a note at the top or the bottom. In this case, the indented list is not fully supported for the moment. We are working on making this process clearer and improving the experience.
  3. Hi OrganisedSid, When a note created on another client is edited with Evernote for Android, you may experience some limited editing capabilities. The reason is that the current version of the app doesn't support yet every formatting offered on other platform. To preserve the full formatting of your note, the editor uses a different mode that we call the web editor. You can identify it by the grey bar and the 3 dots at the top of the note content. This editor is very similar to the one provided by Google doc on Android. It allows you to edit each individual part of the note and append a note at the top or the bottom. In your case, it maybe due to picture added "in line". Android doesn't support this format. We are working on making this process clearer and improving the experience.
  4. You may want also to try the new widget we are working on, currently available in beta and very soon on the market. Not only you can pin a specific list, but also see the first 3 notes directly from the phone homescreen.
  5. Thanks, I would like to improve the single note sharing, so every feedback on this feature is very welcome. Feel free to share your use cases and the issue you encounter.
  6. We recently fixed a related issue (last market build). We used to display that the SD card was full, when it was actually the internal memory. Could you make sure to update your version? If the problem persists, then you could log a ticket so we can help you: https://www.evernote.com/about/contact/support/ or on your device: settings / support Thanks.
  7. The list view on tablet is on our list. We are also working on the snippet view and the note view to improve the experience. Thanks for the feedback.
  8. I agree that widgets are not easy to find. Hopefully ICS will make this more obvious.
  9. A bullet or number list should not change the editing, however, an indented list will. The reason is that this styling is not fully supported yet on Android.
  10. List view on tablet is on our list. Thanks for the feedback.
  11. Your note is not corrupted. It contains some formatting which cannot be edited with the usual note editor. See here for more details:
  12. The problem is actually the version of Skitch which doesn't recognise this version of Evernote, but I heard it should be fixed in the next update.
  13. You should be able to download Evernote on the Android Market again. We have create a separate version which has exactly the same features but the in-app billing. It is now considered as free by Google, and thus, can be distributed everywhere. https://market.android.com/details?id=com.evernote.world&hl=en
  14. Thanks for the suggestion. Currently, page break cannot be edited with the Android note editor. That's the reason why you get a more limited to edit each single part of the note. Simplifying the note formatting and using only the styling available in the Android note editor could help solve this problem in the meantime.
  15. Finding an audio format which is supported for recording and playing across every platform is challenging. We are evaluating a new solution.
  16. Thanks for the feature request. @Heinrich, have you considered increasing the security for those notes or for the access on mobile? For instance, you could encrypt those notes so they cannot be opened without the password. You can also pin lock Evernote so it will require a passcode to open.
  17. For you information, we will shortly work on improving the widget.
  18. @Vance, thanks for reporting this issue. Would you like to send us your logs so we can see what's the problem may be?
  19. @MidaGold1380, thanks, this should be fixed now. Please tell us if you can still see anything unexpected and we'll take care of it. @Bartman001, this text is incorrect and we are correcting it right now. Sharing a note doesn't share the notebook.
  20. @eurosportler I've tried to reproduce your issue on the latest update and don't manage to reproduce it. Would you like to reproduce it and send your logs? Thanks for the feedback.
  21. Hi All, We've just published a new update of Evernote for Android version 4.0 beta2 (revision 225077). Due to some changes on the roadmap, the next updates will be v3.6. All the changes already in v4.0 will be also on v3.6. Some minor changes and fixes in this release: - Explore Evernote (the light bulb): UI improvement. We made it more friendly, and easier to navigate (one tap to go back to the list). - Auto-title: We tweaked the process so we don't select in priority the full day events and select the event which ends sooner. Still working on it to make it perfect. - SD card warning: we corrected the messages so it defines which memory is full. We also fixed some bugs. Please give it a try and let us know if you have any issue. http://s.evernote.com/androidpreview Thank you.
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