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  1. The Android widget is a great tool for making a new note quickly. It can be used to capture ideas as they arise. But I don't want loads of little notes to collate. It's possible to append a note by email, by using an existing note title as the email title, with a + suffix. But email is slower. Please implement the same functionality in the Widget, especially the Simple Note button which is the quickest way of making a note. Thanks
  2. Hi there, I use IFTTT to update my notes periodically. So a note would be updated after 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months and 6 months from its creation date. It turns out that when the note is 1 week or 2 weeks old, IFTTT (Evernote API) will be able to find it and append to it. But the same note won't be found when it's 1 month or older, and a new note with the exact name will be created. I suspect the Evernote API is querying a database that only contains the most recent data. But that's just my guess. It'll be greatly appreciated if someone could take a look. Thank you so much!
  3. Hey guys, I love sending stuff from my email to Evernote and I have many notes that I like to keep frequently updated. I prefer to annotate updates at the top of the note, that way when I check the notes at the end of the day, I scroll top to bottom in order to get a chronological view of whatever I'm annotating. It would save me countless hours to be able to append to the top of the note by sending emails to evernote as the day goes along. It could be done inside the topic of the email message as simply as follows: [Title of note] ![optional date for reminder] @[notebook] #[tag] +top or [Title of note] ![optional date for reminder] @[notebook] #[tag] ++ The simplest of time savers. Thanks.
  4. I currently use my first generation iPad (running iOS 5.1.1) as my work tablet. Primarily, I use my Windows 7 pc for Evernote, but I use my iPad at meetings or when I am out of the office. I use the free version of Evernote. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - My question may be related to using an outdated version of Evernote on my iPad, but I would like an alternative to having note conflicts appended to the bottom of the relevant message. Specifically and ideally, I would like to see: A new note created labelled "CONFLICT,"A warning message stating that the conflicting note is open on another device with the option to choose which note(s) should be retained,The ability to do a complete merge of the conflicting data, thereby retaining all new and deleted data, or (most ideally)A line-by-line comparison of the conflicts with the ability to choose what to keep and what to discard.Looking at the most recent version of Evernote, I do not see any comparable options related to syncing. Do such options/features exist?
  5. I've just read posts detailing the capabilities of EN to save changes on an attachment, but I'm not sure if anything's different now; I imported a word doc attachment to EN where I made edits. Throughout these edits, I was connected to a network and saved frequently (clicked 'save' without specifying a destination). When I closed the note, I chose "Append New" butmy Nexus 7 froze on that process so I had to do an improper shutdown and restart. Now I cannot find the modified file. Any chance those edits ended up somewhere? I've already tried syncing, checked my Drive, and it's not in downloads. EN just loads the original unchanged attachment. So what was the point of me "saving"? Where did it save to? Please help, thank you. Edit: Ah I found it. It saved to my tablet's word processor "quick office" app, which I dont remember if it was stock or downloaded but im so damn happy it went somewhere.
  6. Is there an Android Intent that can edit a specific note by specifying the GUID? Something like: com.evernote.action.EDIT_NOTE Ideally I'd like to be able to append information to a note so if there were a specific way to do that I'd be interested but just being able pass an intent that would open up the edit note screen of a specific note would work as well.