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  1. Sorry wasn’t intending to hijack the request. Mearly intending to add what I felt was a related comment. But I recognise this product feedback area is not as conducive to making that kind of thing appropriate. I’ve added my idea to a list for beta feedback, so as a discreet request it will get dealt with there. Thanks for your suggestion about stacks.
  2. And a variation on this theme...suggest bringing back ‘’view all notes in this stack’ for customers wanting to work in the same way as ‘all notes’ but in a particular stack.
  3. Evernote for Mac 6.13 Beta 3 Released

    My bad for the comment when not running the Mac beta, and relying on comments, and the history of views being removed from iOS. Rookie error on my part. Just to be extra clear, are expanded card and list views staying also on the Mac?
  4. Evernote for Mac 6.13 Beta 3 Released

    The removal of more visual views (with photos / grid) on iOS and now Mac is indeed a retrograde step for long term customers who might have long ago bought into the ‘remember everything’ mantra. This might have resulted in customers using Evernote as a complete life journal. Both of exisiting events, and with the edit create date feature events from the past. This could have included huge numbers of photos in notes. *Browsing* with a grid view allows customers who’ve done the work to create such an extensive history of notes to enjoy the reward of their labour. Without it, Evernote becomes significantly less useful for longer term customers who have made the time investment in any type of ‘remember everything’ journal in Evernote. Rob P.S. Informing customers extremely explicitly before such changes are made would greatly assist in allowing customers to make an informed decision about upgrading.
  5. Evernote for Mac 6.12 GA

    ## Location Removing the Atlas main menu option is a major change and should have been included in the release notes. Here's a great idea for making location more useful for new and experienced customers alike: - created as a filter (like tags/reminders) rather than as a seperate full section in previous version would help improve discoverability and usability. I would have used location in the app much more if it was a filter. Often I now what type of work I'm looking for by notebook/tag but *then* would like to filter the selection by location. - e.g. Holiday notebook. The notebook includes itineraries, photos of trips taken in chronological order. Customer wants to see only the trips taken in Greece. They could open the holiday notebook and click on the location filter and choose Greece, either by placing a pin on a may or using a search box and typing 'Greece'
  6. Evernote for iOS 8.3 Released

    Agreed, this is there like lots of other syntax, but location has been part of the app since very early on and deserves a better implementation than either the main menu view or relying on saved searches. The idea of using location as a filter, like tags allows customers to think about refining by location in whatever listing of notes they are looking at, without having to switch context to a search.
  7. Evernote for iOS 8.3 Released

    Or take the idea of Location having been previously available on all clients; acknowledge it was not utilised by many customers with the way it was presented as a main menu view and consider how it could be better implemented rather than simply removing it. Here is the concept I've been suggesting since December 2016. I still think it's a great way forward which could be utilised by both new customers and longer term customers alike: Location - created as a filter (like tags/reminders) rather than as a seperate full section in previous version would help improve discoverability and usability. I would have used location in the app much more if it was a filter. Often I know what type of work I'm looking for by notebook/tag but *then* would like to filter the selection by location. - e.g. Holiday notebook. The notebook includes itineraries, photos of trips taken in chronological order. Customer wants to see only the trips taken in Greece. They could open the holiday notebook and click on the location filter and choose Greece, either by placing a pin on a may or using a search box and typing 'Greece' Cheers Rob
  8. Reinstatement of Card View

    Much like 'context' which is missing in version 8 so far, I think the card view might have been used more than Evernote is actually tracking by 'usage' metrics. What I mean by this is I often would *browse* my account with card view on iPad and then change to the snippet view for actually working on notes. (Mainly due to the ungainly iOS animation that used to be used for opening notes in card view.) As a side note, the same scenario is the case for my use of the 'context' feature. Often I do not click on notes coming up as context to the note I'm currently looking at, but simply having a visual reference to related content on screen assists in remembering aspects of what I'm working on. So, I used both features extensively, but neither was likely tracked by actual *usage* stats. Hope this line of thinking is taken on board. I've met several other Evernote customers who share a similar experience with these features. (And cc the location feature for the same thing) cheers Rob
  9. sort order on iOS Evernote

    Yes, and add a quick scrubber bar as per version 7.X back into the app for quick navigation through any list of notes, in any order a customer defines. And make the options for this the same as customers have on the Mac client. This scrolling, and scrolling and scrolling is *frustrating*. So +1 from me on this for making support and engineering see this an an essential feature return for the iOS app. So often app development seems to be focussed on getting new customers in the door at the expense of functions that are clearly needed once customers become active and increase the volume of notes in their accounts. Rob
  10. Integration of textexpander touch API on iOS

    As a workaround I use the Drafts app which has native TextExpander support for entering text. Using the workflow app can streamline coping of text from there into any particular note within Evernote. Sure it's clunky, but it works.
  11. Evernote for iOS 7.18 Released

    I've experienced the same behaviour across my account (same versions of Mac and iOS clients). An additional problem has occurred when editing a problem note on iOS rather than the Mac to help instigate the actual sync of the note data. In such circumstances, the content of the note from the older iOS version has been propagated to the web service and reflected across clients leading to lost text and attachments. (retrieved via note history, thankfully). Currently a ticket with Tech support.
  12. Evernote for iOS 7.17 Released

    Hi Chuck How about changing the 3D Touch widget/quick action display around. Quick action icons across the bottom and featured notes in a list above. This would allow for a compact view in the widget screen with the icons that wouldn't duplicate items visually in either location. For a compact view the icons are really much more useful than a strategically chosen note Great example of how this has been implemented well is the Drafts app. Cheers Rob
  13. Evernote for iOS 7.17 Released

    Version 7.17 early feedback iMessage app -Very nice search functionality to choose a note -Are there plans to make notes shared through iMessage deep link directly into the iOS client of the recipient if they have the Evernote app installed? I imagine this would require an extra toggle for view/edit permissions before sending in iMessage, but being taken directly into the client to view notes would be a better experience for the recipient IMO. Cheers Rob
  14. iOS 10 - Main thread

    Hi Chuck, Have you guys thought of using TestFlight for betas of Evernote? It appears beta builds of apps can be updated for customers running iOS developer/public betas. Just a thought. Rob
  15. I'd like to suggest the addition of the ability to edit created dates for notes on iOS. Some broad benefits: Allow customers to schedule notes into the future, gaining an extra function of day planning / scheduling. Feature parity with the Mac client Allow customers to retrospectively create notes for the correct time an event occurred. This could be particularly useful for customers using Evernote for ancestral research. The feature could be added with a date selector under created date already located in the info section of notes.