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djenders

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  1. I'm not sure if you mean a shortcut for each field, but there is a general one: Command-Shift-I shows note info, and after you press it you can hit tab to go to each field. It might still be annoying to have to press a bunch of extra keys, but I've found it pretty useful once you've integrated it in your usual workflow. Yea I was really hoping for more, because it was so easy to tab between Title, Date, URL and Tags. Evernote, are you listening? LOL. I think they have heard an earful about this from a lot of us about this aspect of the application. They are definitely listening. Ultimately, though, they have to make the design decisions, and they cannot just listen to a small subset of their 30 million + users. So, while it is important for us to advocate for the features we want, and I encourage you to speak up here on the forums (that is what they are for, after all), don't be surprised if they disagree with you I'm fine with them disagreeing, but at some point this is basic user experience. And hidden menus, for power users or not, shouldn't be a design decision. The "info" icon is great but as a marketer, and designer, it's a pretty poor usability decision IMO.
  2. I'm not sure if you mean a shortcut for each field, but there is a general one: Command-Shift-I shows note info, and after you press it you can hit tab to go to each field. It might still be annoying to have to press a bunch of extra keys, but I've found it pretty useful once you've integrated it in your usual workflow. Yea I was really hoping for more, because it was so easy to tab between Title, Date, URL and Tags. Evernote, are you listening?
  3. That is really sad to hear. As a power user, and one that has a URL attached to 99.9% of all items I drop into Evernote there is no reason that they shouldn't expose the fields. And at the very least, have an option to toggle the fields that we use most often. Being a marketing professional, I truly believe in great UX. But what percentage of Evernote users are "new" vs. the folks like us using it everyday. I hope an Evernote rep has a solution, or takes a very serious look at bringing this back. If not I'll have to move to another program. nearly 2,400 notes deep into Evernote - I don't want to do that.
  4. I was a HUGE fan of having the URL field displayed by default when entering notes. In card view I no longer have the option to save the URL of an article or location unless I hit the "info" icon and enter it that way. VERY ANNOYING. How can I modify this and display the URL field by default? And for that matter, I hugely enjoyed the ability to back edit dates on notes as I was entering them as well. Again, this is hidden in the info area. Thanks, Dennis
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