MidasGold1380

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  1. android

    Not had a lot of chance to test it, but seems to be working much better - thanks. Keith
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    Apologies for possibly cross-posting - I raised this as a question elsewhere and xdelplanque gave me a link for feedback which pointed to a v3.5 thread. In fact, this relates to a v4. feature, so… Re Auto Titling of notes, although I can understand the intention, I'm not sure the current implementation is entirely successful. Typically, I have four diary entries each day, representing four customer appointments at 9am, 11am, 2pm and 4pm. For the next month, I also have a daily 9:00-9:30 'appointment' to remind me of an event happening every day which I would like to attend on one day if time permits. If I make a note at 2:15pm, it would be helpful it the note title auto-filled with the title of the 2pm appointment but, in fact, every note is auto-titled with the 9:00-9:30 appointment, which is not too helpful. If the auto-title picked the event closest to the note creation time, you'd be onto a winner.
  3. Re Auto Titling of notes, although I can understand the intention, I'm not sure the current implementation is entirely successful. Typically, I have four diary entries each day, representing four customer appointments at 9am, 11am, 2pm and 4pm. For the next month, I also have a daily 9:00-9:30 'appointment' to remind me of an event happening every day which I would like to attend on one day if time permits. If I make a note at 2:15pm, it would be helpful it the note title auto-filled with the title of the 2pm appointment but, in fact, every note is auto-titled with the 9:00-9:30 appointment, which is not too helpful. If the auto-title picked the event closest to the note creation time, you'd be onto a winner.
  4. Android

    Thanks, both. That may well be the mechanism that's changing the title but the issue is, the title that's being auto-created bears no relation to the note content, location, date or time. I've created three notes this afternoon on Android, two in Windows. If I leave the note title blank in Windows, it is automatically replaced by the fIrst part of note text. If I do the same in Android, before I have entered any content the note title contains 'Note from Feb 4-Mar 4 Walsingham Abbey Snowdrop walks' or 'Audio Note Note from Feb 4-Mar 4 Walsingham Abbey Snowdrop walks'. This does not change when I add note content, which is probably not expected behaviour. [EDIT] Aha! Just had a mooch at the 4.0 Beta 1 announcement and found… That'll be it then… I'll post some feedback. Cheers.
  5. Android

    4.0 Beta, Build 223484 (but problem was there with previous build). HTC Desire GSM, CyanogenMod7. Whenever I create a new note, the default note title shows as: "Note from Feb 4-Mar 4 Walsingham Abbey Snowdrop Walks" or "Audio Note from Feb 4-Mar 4 Walsingham Abbey Snowdrop Walks". Typing into the note title replaces the text correcly, but I'm mystified how this has happened. The phrase "Feb 4-Mar 4 Walsingham Abbey Snowdrop Walks" appears in my Android calendar but it's never been used in Evernote. Anyone seen anything similar? Thanks in advance. Keith
  6. Many thanks, Hemant. Looking forward to the update. Keith
  7. Hi all, I've been using Evernote for a few days - looking for a multi-platform syncing alternative to OneNote. So far, so good, but today I created a note wth a location to enable me to find my way back to my car in a strange town. Later, I found that although Note Info has a Location, there's no way to insert the location as a destination in Google Maps. Also, the location displayed is very general (e.g. Warwick, UK) although, once synchronised, hovering over the location link on a PC gives '7 Smith Street, Warwick, UK'. Tapping the Android location field opens Google Maps, apparently centred on the note location, but that necessitates repeatedly pressing the Zoom In (+) button to try to see exactly where I was. Am I missing something obvious, or has this just turned from a noob query into a feaure request? Thanks. Keith