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One strange aspect of Evernote is that although it allows an amazing assortment of options for note taking, it does not offer many/any features to ease the reading process. Note taking goes hand in hand with reading, listening, viewing. I will often use the "Simplified Article" option within the Evernote Chrome plugin. When I view the simplified article I LOVE IT. The article become a maximum width, the images are organized carefully with the article. It becomes easier to view and read. However there's a catch. It doesn't save the article in that format within Evernote. I understand that the point of the simplified feature is not about readability as opposed to removing parts of the page that may not relate to the article. However as a matter of user experience, it's confusing to _view_ the reader-friendly page in the browser but not see it in the application. My suggestion: A readability option for all notes. A button that will duplicate what the "Simplified Article" button does in the browser plugin. This is a problem that has been solved by others in the past and can be duplicated - https://mercury.postlight.com/reader/
Hi! I'm really enjoying the webclipper's options for articles and simplified articles, but when it comes to displaying the articles in the evernote app, the layout is so messy that it becomes a rather unpleasant task to read it all. My proposal is to simply justify the text in a narrowed collumn in the middle, and maybe tone down the background as it is done in the preview of the simplified articles. Probably the best solution would be show this as an option in the articles command line.
1st, I wonder if Evernote is the right tool of the trade at all. Or what other apps can do this for me for free? Instapaper is almost perfect except it allows only 5 highlights a month(!!!) for free users. That will not cut it for me. I downloaded the Web Clipper and the Clearly add-ons to my browser but frankly, it is not intuitive how I should proceed. The ultimate goal is to read on mobile devices, Android and iOS, but I guess it should work first on the desktop/in the web equally. Finally, hello everyone!