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  1. would be great to be able to prioritize everything in evernote by dragging it up or down. Dragging is currently not used for anything in evernote. imagine putting the finger on a note and dragging it up and then it stays there at that position in the list. simillarly with notebooks or with lines or tasks within a note. to differentiate scrolling the screen from dragging, one could require the user to do an additional gesture first, in order to mark what should be dragged. For example put one finger to the beginning and the other finger to the end of a line / task / note / notebook. in case of notes and notebooks, this "prioritize by dragging" feature would de facto mean, that apart from abc and time order there would be a user defined order. there are workarounds for this, such as adding numbers or letters to the beginning of the title or using tags ("important" "very important"), but I think it does not need much explanation that this is not by far the same in terms of usability.
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