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  1. Hi, I'm wondering why Evernote doesn't have native support for flowcharts (like Lucidchart, MindNode, Visio, etc). I often find myself wanting to make some sort of diagram with blocks, arrows, lines, etc but I can't do it in Evernote without using a different service. Does anyone know if something like this is coming? As a paid customer and avid user of Evernote, it seems like the feature list for Evernote hasn't moved beyond basic notes, lists, and tables (without a full implementation to include iOS). I would love to have other note types beyond simple text, lists, and tables. Thanks!
  2. Please return the "Atlas" functionality back to Evernote. And please add the ability to filter on the built-in search functionality. One of my primary uses of Evernote was to save location-based notes so that it was easy for me to map my travels and be reminded of where I went and what I did when I returned to a city.
  3. Hello I am from Cambodia, I am using Premium Account of Evernote. I have a problem while taking note but the Location Info Not Found. This problem happened not only on my Android Phone but also all my friends.
  4. Greetings, we are using Evernote to photo document and categorize/organize native plant species throughout the US. After taking a photo using the Evernote Camera feature, a graphical location map is available under the Info / Note Details. When synced to our workstation and Info is selected, only the address appears, not a graphical map. Is there a way or setting so as to have a graphical map visible on the workstation as it is on the phone device? Thank you, Scott
  5. Yesterday in my Evernote PC version, I was sadly found out that, all my old notes created on Android device after April 2015 were no geolocation information, whose I had opened location feature and saved a pin on Google map actually. Afterwards I try to evaluate the problem on Android's Evernote. I created a new notes, tapped on "i" icon then "location" word. Google Map was prompted and I could added a map pin successfully and completed. "Location" word were replaced by the city location information which saved the geolocation information without any problem. However, after I clicked the "left" icon on the screen (or pressed the left-side grey area), go back to the notes editing screen and tapped on "i" icon again, I found the word "location" were displayed and the map saved pin disappeared as like as I never input. Previous saved geolocation information were lost. What made me crazy was that , after created the notes without geolocation information and synced to server, I opened that saved notes, repeated the above steps. But this time the geolocation information could be kept after I saved pin \ exited to edit screen \ tapped "i" icon again. The geolocation information synced to server without any problem, and found on PC version also. It seems the first time create notes cannot saved any geolocation information in my Android's Evernote (or will randomly happan again on no problem saved notes? ). I am using LG G3 under Chinese character's environment with Premium account by Evernote version 7.0.7. I can't remember what I had updated on Android or Evernote during late April or Early May this year. I would like to know anyone with similar problem and how to solve? Thanks for your help first.
  6. Is it possible to modify dates and maps in we beta? or will be? I can do it on windows software but i'm always having problems with fonts with it, so web is more usefull for me.
  7. Sorry for my English. OK, Maps function has gone on Android, so it's no more possible show a map with multiple pins (= notes) inside. But Evernote is still able to perform a search by coordinates: advanced search "Near" looks for notes in a chosen radius (1/5/25 miles) albeit the search is done based upon coordinates of 2 opposite corners of a square. My humble request: Perform a search called "Near ..." where I can choose, on the map, the central point of the search's square (just like when I set the location of a note: open the map, add a pin) and then choose the radiusOR perform a search called "In this area" where I can trace a square (or better a rectangle) in the map, giving EN the corners and not the centre I won't have a map with all notes inside, but at least a list. Cheers. G
  8. Do you know there's a new way to create maps from your Evernote specific notebooks/shared notebooks by inputing address, and they will show on your iPhone? This is the function offered by a new Evernote 3rd-party APP, GoLater. It makes your collection of the clipped web articles or notes of the places or travel tips transformed into various countries' maps. You can just open the map, focus to the district you would like to visit, and you will find all of your collection notes as well as the location on map on your iPhone. It will be very convenient for planning a party or date, business trip, weekend trip, a trip abroad, or even the spontaneous dining by just clipped web pages and go. GoLater also offers the trip plan that you can just gather the notes you want to visit in this trip, then easily view the list and get direction to reach the stops. In this way, you will have the to-go map totally matching to your own flavor, and each note will have its routing direction either by driving or walking. Welcome to have a look of GoLater How-to For more information, welcome to visit GoLater Website | Facebook | Blog Free to Download on APP Store. Thank you for your reading and welcome to give us your comments on how you feel about the iOS APP.
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