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  1. 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.
  2. One of my many use cases for Evernote is to store articles I've read or clipped from the Internet. However I find that I often want to make margin notes as I'm reading to reference later or see my train of thought. I'd love to have the ability to have a comment thread (like in a Google Doc) as a feature on an Evernote Note.
  3. Trying to figure out how to easily clip articles that are segmented into galleries. For example, I want to clip an article for the "Ten Best Cheesecake Recipes" and that article requires that I click on "Next" to move forward through ten slides. Is there a way to clip all ten as part of one article at one time, or do I have to do 10 screenshots and string them together?
  4. The Evernote community should ring in on features that could improve the reading experience for articles, reports, and other long reads. I use Evernote to save articles, especially long articles, that I want to read later. So when I am in transit, going to bed, or just in the mood for a good read, I can find the articles that I saved for later reading. The offline notebooks included in the Premium account was one of the main features that convinced me to subscribe. I usually use Clearly or Web Clipper to save articles to my "Unread" notebook, and then I switch them to "Read" or another notebook after I've finished reading. There are a few small changes that I would suggest to improve the reading experience, especially on mobile devices: Night Mode: I'd love the opportunity to switch to reading on a dark background. Bookmarks: It's often difficult for me to pick up where I left off. I would use a quick bookmark feature a lot. Read/Unread?: Using notebooks for read and unread has worked well for me. One could also use tags. Is there another way to flag a note as read/unread? Should there be? That's all. I'd love to hear from other people about how they use Evernote for reading and also give suggestions for improvements. * Thank you to the developers for the great work that you all do. I love love love Evernote.
  5. Hello I'm also writing content for my website by integrating images in shared Evernotes into CMS articles, such as the following UML video workflow
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