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  1. As a student of Business Economics, it is necessary many times to write on my notes mathematical symbols and equations; it is not available now, however, wouldn't it be a great feature?
  2. Different technology, different platform. Think of an EN note as a web site, think of a table as of a table on a web site. It is mainly designed to show content in an orderly manner. It is not designed to replace a spreadsheet. To add calculation, it probably needs a sort of plugin that extends the capabilities HTML in itself does not cover.
  3. Not at all! I have a template that I use frequently for a vehicle log. Setting aside the fact that you probably can't put a spreadsheet into a template anyway, all I want it to do is subtract start mileage from finish mileage and show the answer - elegant simplicity rather than complicated mathematics - add, subtract, multiply, divide is all that's needed. This idea was mooted over four years ago and has received widespread support, it's a shame that Evernote has not been more proactive on this matter.
  4. If your table needs calculations it has probably gone beyond a simple table in a note. Just attach a spreadsheet file or a link to a Google sheet.
  5. Fair enough. When you look at the internet most pages with equations use either pictures showing the formula, pdf documents that probably were created with a special editor or try to allow some editing in a special window. But these editors are usually pretty bad. If you just need it neatly, you could try Microsoft Math. It has a function to scan handwritten formulas and convert them to typed text. They even do some solving and graphs using the input. Here is an example:
  6. Hi, I'm an engineering student, and I use evernote for taking notes. A thing that would really improve evernote for me is having proper support for math equations, something like being able to mark a block of text as "Math" (like in format > style > code block), being able to type in ascii math, and have it display the equations nicely and neatly, using inline text as well. All the other note taking software that I can think of supports some sort of math input. Here's Dropbox Paper, Apple Pages, Microsoft Office, and Google Docs. OneNote has even more advanced capabilitie
  7. Totally agree, that's why I usually migrate to another tool once the tables I'm working on get really complex. I'm not interested in having EN become a spreadsheet tool, but the export to CSV would make continuing on in another app easier. I've played around with Notion a bit and when I decided it wasn't for me, the CSV export option made quick work of migrating my data out of Notion tables and into a proper spreadsheet. I'm basically looking for that same ease of use in EN.
  8. A basic table inverts nicely to a spreadsheet Things get complicated when a note as text, multiple tables, merged rows/columns .... fwiw Copy/paste works for me to transfer table data to a spreadsheet (Legacy on a Mac)
  9. The Nebo math calculations using a stylus is a big factor of why I use it!
  10. Similar to Apple notes, being able to sketch directly in the note between blocks of text (without adding in a big, different colored 'sketch block') would be really nice, especially for courses that have a lot of diagrams, anatomy parts, or math visualizations. Alternatively, being able to change the background of sketches to be the same color as the rest of the note, so that sketches can be better integrated into note-taking and not stick out, would be good!
  11. I am a new user of Evernote but don't let that fool you for less experience. I have had a delve into the history of Evernote and now the upcoming future of Evernote. I have noticed something. Ian you always say in every interview and blog that you are trying to get Evernote right for the current users, so in essence you are trying to make Evernote better at what it already does. Well, Ian(even though you may never read this) I have an idea for you that could help advanced this new Evernote for existing users in ways that you may not have thought of. To be concise: The request is that you
  12. I would really love if the tables had math capability and the ability to reference other tables for pull down menu options - more like a traditional spreadsheet. This would negate the need for using a seperate spreadsheet tool and keep my notes and work together which is more productive.
  13. Hi. Use more or less any word processor to create a document (or spreadsheet). Encrypt and lock the document with a password. Attach the locked document to a note. Easy.
  14. Have you thought of embedding a spreadsheet in the Evernote note On my Mac, the data is displayed inline
  15. Just because you define a dog as a cat doesn't make it able to climb trees. The notebooks in Evernote ARE the same as folders in every storage system out there EXCEPT that Evernote won't let you place a notebook/folder/directory into another notebook/folder/directory. That would be a lot like me releasing a spreadsheet program that did everything EXCEPT there was no ability to divide in the formulas, and so I called it not a spreadsheet, but a Megasheet Program, and said the lack of a division function was a feature, so people would construct their formulas more productively without us
  16. Step 1 is to identify task notes My tasks are flagged as reminders, with the due date stored as the Reminder Date Step 2 is export > a spreadsheet As I said, I use Applescript on a Mac Applescript is currently only supported with the Legacy product, but we expect/hope implementation on the Version 10 product An overview of the Applescript code is tell application "Evernote" set theNotes to find notes ("reminderOrder:* -reminderDoneTime:*") ... end tell tell application id "com.apple.iWork.Numbers" open
  17. I'd be curious to know how to do that. I have some basic understanding of programming and would be interested to give this a try. Does it require legacy. Being able to export tasks to a spreadsheet would be very helpful for some projects, even if it's just one-directional, it would help me organize things a lot. Thanks
  18. I moved your post to the Requests forum I've seen no indication that Evernote is interested in expanding the current note list view Personally, I export my tasks data to a spreadsheet and generate a Gantt timeline view (using a Mac Applescript)
  19. Hi, I like Evernote, but it's crazy the amount of hard disk space it requires. In the ~/Library/Application Support it takes over 9GB. I have only 184 notes, none of them very long. You do the math, this is badly written software. All of my publications, which probably total over 2,000 pages by now, maybe 3,000 with graphics as .pdf take 66 MB. I am thinking of switching to something reasonable for my notes. Not worth the hard disk space. I feel I was cheated by Evernote. Sorry to be negative, but it feels the software is written by amateurs who have 2 TB of hard disk space.
  20. And many don't consider this feature a priority (in relation to other requests) Personally, I have minimum notebooks For organization, I use tags which supports a hierarchy (unlimited levels) >>because sorting things based on tags is *****. As noted - sort by Tags is not supported I've always exported data to a spreadsheet to sort by tags (notes may have multiple tags)
  21. Native latex support would be super helpful for students too. I consistently struggle to use Evernote for math classes (or classes that have math or formulas), and this would solve that problem.
  22. I use a spreadsheet Each morning an applescript (Mac) exports my task note info and creates the chart
  23. OK - but don't you use a browser / mail client / spreadsheet for their own specialist features? I reckon I use about 20 different apps on a regular basis, though either the output file usually winds up in Evernote, or I link to a file or resource stored somewhere else. Why not image-editing / full audio recording and playback / mind maps / a dozen other separate actions ? I'm in the KISS camp - not excess osculation, but keeping things simple so as not to clutter the (already complicated) menus!
  24. As a work-around, - I store custom metadata using keywords in the title/contents - all note titles begin with the subject date, note type Example, a receipt note 2019/11/27 Receipt !Vendor-Walmart !Budget-Furniture [Mirror] $30.98 This is easily parsed >>In spreadsheet/table view, there is a separate column for each category Evernote has a List view feature, but it's limited in functionality For a spreadsheet view, I use an actual spreadsheet (Apple Numbers) - exporting the Evernote data to a spreadsheet using a script on my Mac; copy/paste
  25. I'm not a Todoist user and process my task notes in Evernote Can you advise on the user benefits from a Todoist integration I export data to a spreadsheet to generate a gantt timeline view >>integrating with different task management apps https://support.taskclone.com/article/233-evernote-to-todoist-connection
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