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99lives

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  1. I agree, I'm moving to a much more web-based ecosystem, and am thinking of getting a Chromebook. I'm sure that many other people are too.
  2. I know this is the forum for the web clipper, but it is the most appropriate. The Chrome Evernote web app is basically just a shortcut to the online version of Evernote, but I think it has potential as an actual Chrome web app; with a more streamlined UI, powerful editing tools, and offline availability. Perhaps an actual desktop Chrome App could be created. Adding these features to the Chrome web app or creating a Chrome App would be extremely useful when working on another computer and would be a very lightweight way to manage our notes. I'd really appreciate these suggestions be considered, Thanks P.S. Make sure you open the links, so that you know exactly what I'm talking about.
  3. Yes, but the convince of being able to see the contents of a note, without having to open the app would be indispensable.
  4. I was hoping for a different kind of widget for Android. Specifically, a widget that allows you to view the contents of a note. This would be very useful for note like to-do lists.
  5. When editing a note in the Android version, next to the 'Done' button there is an asterisk button. What does this do?
  6. Please add the ability to have multiple folder levels, like notebooks within notebooks. This would make it much easier to organize my (and I'm sure many others) ideas. Thanks.
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