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Hello guys, I'd like to suggest that you remove the need for full read&write to photos on iOS11. A new option is now available that can give you "Write only" permission. Since this is a scanning app, the base use case is completely covered (take a camera shot then save it to the camera roll). I'd feel much better if this was the case in this era of zero privacy. I gave the same suggestion to Microsoft Office Lens, hope you guys are quicker. Thanks
Hi, does anyone have any ideas on how to contact the app developer for Simple Ever the third party application? I recently updated my phone to IOS 11 and found out that I cannot access my Simple Ever app anymore. If I tap on the app it'll say that IOS 11 doesn't support the current version of SImple Ever and I'll need to contact the app developer for them to come up with an updated version. Please please please if anyone knows how to contact the app developer or if there are any other ways to save me from this painful abyss, please let me know! Simple Ever is literally my lifeline I really just need to access the app and get all the files in there and I'll be good.
So I read the blog post touting the amazing new iOS 11 Siri integration with Evernote and have been trying to use it but without success. I've enabled Siri for Evernote, and have updated to the latest version of Evernote. I tried telling Siri "Evernote, make a note about blah blah blah" and to my surprise, Siri makes an Apple note, not an Evernote note. I tried all of the suggestions in the blog post. Can anyone help me with this? Am I missing some setting? Edit: Link to the blog post: https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2017/09/19/hey-siri-create-note-evernote/ So the blog post gives the following examples: “Evernote, create a note called Meeting Ideas” “Evernote, add ‘I should bring pizza’ to my Meeting Ideas note” “Evernote, create a list with ‘order lunch’ and ‘make itinerary’” “Show me what I created today in Evernote” Results Example 1 creates an Apple note. Example 2 modifies an Apple note. Example 3 creates an Apple Reminder. Example 4 just opens Evernote. So after trying a few things, I was successfully able to get Siri to create a note in Evernote using this syntax: "Create a note in Evernote" Siri then asks me what I want to put in the note. So I tell it. Then it asks to confirm. Then it creates it. So it seems that the blog post example syntax for Siri to create notes in Evernote is wrong.
Penultimate on my iPad Pro running iOS 11 public beta 6 is almost unusable. I cannot edit notebooks, but I can edit notes, i.e. I can make new notes in a notebook but I can't edit that notebook otherwise. Reinstalling didn't fix the issue. I suspect this is a compatibility issue and I suggest Evernote nips this in the bud before the OS leaves beta.