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I just thought of a basic addition to the annotation feature in Evernote premium. Just like in Mac's Preview, one should be able to highlight the plain text itself if a pdf has text-recongnizition enabled. It is a basic fix towards the rather large problem of Evernote annotating. It would be outstanding for my school work and a huge help!
I'm trying Evernote instead of Google Drive, but the one glaring shortcoming I've come across so far is that I can't write notes in a live document. I'm a copywriter and I need to be able to build big brainstorming documents, edit drafts and make notes on submitted drafts constantly. In Google Drive I can seamlessly select a word or section, right click it and add a note that highlights and hovers. Then If I want to later I can go back and resolve the note, makes changes within the document etc. The extra step of having to change what I'm working on into a PDF, which freezes the document, and then add permanent notes is really cumbersome and frustrating. It also builds clutter in my notebook, which slows down my workflow. Can someone from Evernote please let me know if this is something you're working on. I'm paying for Premium, but second guessing my decision when I get more features for free with Google Drive. Please tell me this is in the works! Thanks!
I was wondering if there are any products or solutions (Evernote only, a mix of Evernote and something else...or I guess a non-Evernote product would work too!) for annotating and having a text based list of your annotations. To be clear. I want to: 1) Write on pdfs, or pictures, or whatever and be able to see a list of what I have written in a high-light/copy/paste-able format. Some e-Readers offer this. 2) Be able to highlight passages and again have a list of what I have highlighted in a format I can copy & paste the actual text words (that is, not just an image of the highlighted text). I'm a Windows user so I don't have the new pdf thing with my Skitch but even so, when I viewed the videos, it looks to me like the summary page that is added contains images of the annotations, not the actual text in a highlight-able format. Could someone please confirm this for me? Are there any solutions?