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Jared

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  1. As a developer, I can attest that this would be an extremely easy feature to add. It could be done in three steps: Add to the images context menu the option to "Set as thumbnail". For the selected image, add an attribute like thumbnail="true" in the Evernote markup. When displaying a thumbnail, first scan for an image with this attribute. If one is not found, use the current algorithm.I think the only real hurdle will be testing in all platforms. Many of us have notes clipped from the web with the first or last image usually being the best one for the note. Much of what I clip are tutorials
  2. As a developer, I can attest that this would be an extremely easy feature to add. It could be done in three steps: Add to the images context menu the option to "Set as thumbnail". For the selected image, add an attribute like thumbnail="true" in the Evernote markup. When displaying a thumbnail, first scan for an image with this attribute. If one is not found, use the current algorithm.I think the only real hurdle will be testing in all platforms. Many of us have notes clipped from the web with the first or last image usually being the best one for the note. Much of what I clip are tutorials
  3. As a developer, I can attest that this would be an extremely easy feature to add. It could be done in three steps: Add to the images context menu the option to "Set as thumbnail". For the selected image, add an attribute like thumbnail="true" in the Evernote markup. When displaying a thumbnail, first scan for an image with this attribute. If one is not found, use the current algorithm.I think the only real hurdle will be testing in all platforms. Many of us have notes clipped from the web with the first or last image usually being the best one for the note. Much of what I clip are tutorials
  4. As a developer, I can attest that this would be an extremely easy feature to add. It could be done in three steps: Add to the images context menu the option to "Set as thumbnail". For the selected image, add an attribute like thumbnail="true" in the Evernote markup. When displaying a thumbnail, first scan for an image with this attribute. If one is not found, use the current algorithm.I think the only real hurdle will be testing in all platforms. Many of us have notes clipped from the web with the first or last image usually being the best one for the note. Much of what I clip are tutorials
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