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  1. I just downloaded Evernote 8.0.351713 for iPhone and discovered that I have lost the Atlas (or Map) feature. This was one of my favorite features of Evernote and now it's no longer available on any platform. It used to be available on both iOS and Windows and now neither.
  2. Please bring back the Atlas feature
  3. Someone mentioned on the Forums that there was an extraction of GPS info in a photo to geo code the note itself. I picasa'd & google earth'd a .jpg so that GPS information was embedded. I assume it does this correctly. Windows properties indicate GPS information is there. I tried adding the image as directly as possible. Right clicked on image and said "open with" evernote. Evernote opened and added a note with the image. No location for this note in atlas. I assume I can't select a group of "boxes" notes and drop them in atlas. Any ideas? IFTTT? only with the android app can a image be geocoded? The basis of this is too have a location of my storage boxes....in the garage, in the barn, basement.... I have taken pictures of the innards of the boxes and use a labler. voice in the text of contents and subject line it "Box 34" for example. If I could add a picture of the barn gps'd or group geocode in picasa then add ....oh it's complicated. But you get the drift.... http://www.evernote.com/shard/s5/sh/7149b94e-5bdd-4a36-9537-8a76daded4a9/1e5bb4ebe5e3538e82ee585588cc5481
  4. Given that all notes are automatically geo tagged, it would be great to have a feature where they could all be viewed on a map.
  5. This. Only. Needless to point out the usefulness in searching notes around at a specific location
  6. I have been an evernote user for years. I LOVED evernote on the apple iphone.. I used to take pictures of all my reciepts, documents, everything. and i used the Atlas/map view almost every week. For example. i would go to return a product, a shirt, or electronic equipment. I would go to the counter, click map, see all my reciepts for that store, and search the OCR for my product.. done. i moved to android. NOTHING, 6 months later, still no feature remotely similar.. now 2 years later... NOTHING.. please help me understand what is stoping this feature from implementation? Its what i considered the MOST useful feature. Gregory
  7. Hello Evernote users! Announcement: We are excited to be featured in the Evernote AppCenter Travel section and Top #50 Productivity in the US & Canadian iOS AppStores. Ways to get the iOS app worldwide: 1. http://ideaplaces.com/download 2. Search "Ideaplaces" in the Apple app store. We have been working incredibly hard to build a new iOS app called IdeaPlaces. It provides a new way to use Evernote by linking your notes to locations on a map and providing a way to explore them visually. As Evernote users ourselves we really believe that one of the most valuable things in the Evernote experience is context. With each thought written down, to-do created or photo taken, we believe there is tremendous value in showing contextual information around anything created. Also, we have worked hard to facilitate the sharing of notes and context in the most seamless way possible, during the note creation process. App summary and why it matters to Evernote users: http://blog.ideaplaces.com/ideaplaces-app-a-new-way-to-experience-evernote-around-places/ ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Here are screenshots and explanations of the features to give you a good idea of how it works. Visualization of notes After you link your Evernote account to IdeaPlaces your notes are sync'd and you can view all of them from points on a map. This allows you to explore all of the notes you have that contain location meta data. You can even create places and attach notes to them. By doing this, any note added to a place will then have the location meta data of that place. We have integrated with two main API's: Foursquare and Google Places. Ability to create robust notes quickly. Sharing integrated in the process. We have realized that creating notes from your phone has to be simple or users simply wont take notes from their device. This is why we worked hard on creating an incredibly fast way to create notes. Right from the visual map screen you can tap on the create note icon or wave the phone on any screen to start the note creation process. The note creation process allows you to add and edit the following: Title Location (pre-input & editable) Users to share the note with (text or email) Standard text Photo's (multiple sizes) Notebooks (including shared notebooks) Tags Location-based reminders To-do based notes and shopping reminders are easy to forget, but with location based reminders we are hoping to make them a thing of the past. In the note creation process simply set the location and tap reminder to make sure you get notified the next time you are in a 75m radius. Location enhanced notes Understanding the context of the note while you are actually viewing the note is important for you or anyone you share the note with. This is why we have enhanced all of the notes viewed or shared within the app with both google map and street view. These images link directly into google maps and provide an easy way to get back into IdeaPlaces. Feedback and beta testers We are looking for passionate users of Evernote like us to test our application and help us with feedback. If you would like to help this app evolve into a truly amazing Evernote experience we would love your help. Here is our contact email to request a free coupon code or become an active tester on Testflight. signup@ideaplaces.com http://www.ideaplaces.com Download the app on the iOS app store now! We are actively developing the application and can guarantee a response within a few hours. We are still in the early stages of this app and believe that it can have a tremendous impact on the way that users use Evernote now and in the future. We can't wait to see what this will become! Let us know what you think and if you have any comments or suggestions post below! Thanks
  8. I've created a notebook with all of the offices we work with across the country. I've added their office name and physical address to each note so that they will show up on the atlas and I can look at them in an interactive view. I have about 68 notes but only the first 12 are showing up. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks!
  9. The Atlas feature could be useful for maintaining lists of places to visit, as well as keeping records of places already visited. One could use it to plan an upcoming trip, keep a bucket list of places to go around the world or restaurants to go in the neighborhood. It would be helpful if I could select one or multiple notebooks as source of the notes to be visible in the Atlas, and then use my tags to filter the notes I want to be visible. This would allow advanced features like opening the map of New York City, selecting a couple notebooks, i.e: "Restaurants" and "Museums", and then apply a filter tag "Not Visited Yet" to plan an afternoon in the city. The desktop app already supports selecting one notebook, a notebook stack or all notebooks as source, as well as filtering by tags. I imagine all that is remaining is a user interface to enter these options in the Atlas screen. Shouldn't take much and would make the app much more useful.
  10. I'm using Evernote v. 5.0.1.1188 (261696) in Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1. When I click in Atlas, it shows only a gray background with a compass rose, the title "EVERNOTE ATLAS" and the text "See your notes on a map. Atlas organizes your notes by location." My laptop doesn't have location services, but I have a lot of notes with geotagging information. Nevertheless, none of them are shown in Atlas.
  11. Congratulations Penultimate team, IMO 6.0.2 has redeemed the total balls up that was 6.0. You're welcome. Moving on. I does not seem to be possible deliberately edit the location for Penultimate notes to a location other than the one you are currently at, which unfortunately I managed to do it accidentally. This is a pity because I see no way of undoing the change. There are heaps of places to view Penultimate notes (Evernote, Evernote web) but they can only be edited in Penultimate, and Penultimate does not have facility for geotag editing yet. Could you please fix this in 6.0.3.
  12. I was looking to use Evernote partly as a collaborative mapping tool for a class. I thought that if students all share their geotagged notes (view only) with a communal class account, they would be able to view a map of the notes for the entire class. However, notes from shared notebooks do not show up on Atlas. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this?
  13. Hi, I have problems using Atlas. Basically, I would like to know how to create a map with all my notes. Is it possible? How can I do it? I am sure this is an easy thing to do. For example, is it possible to create a map with my personal list of "Parisian restaurants" presented in a map of Paris? Looking forward to a reply. Thank you very much. L
  14. I'll be doing quite a bit of traveling this summer, and I wanted to find a way to use the Atlas feature (on Mac) or the Places feature (on iPhone) to create a map of sights I'd like to see in particular cities. In theory, I could tap on each sight on my iPhone, and the Evernote note I've clipped about that place would pop up with contact info, hours, etc., so I wouldn't have to go hunting online to find it. Here's the rub: there doesn't seem to be a way to view only location-dependent notes that are within a certain notebook or labeled with a certain tag. For example, when I open up the Atlas view on my Mac, all of my location-labeled notes pop up, but I can't find a way to exclude some of them from the map view; same for Places on my iPhone. It appears to be an all-or-nothing proposition. This is problematic, because I'll have other notes regarding travel times, hotel information, shopping lists, etc. associated with nearby locations, so a bunch of notes will pop up that are irrelevant to sight-seeing. Can anyone who plans trips using Evernote offer some advice? Maybe I'm looking for a feature that doesn't exist, or maybe I'm just going about things in the wrong way.
  15. Hello, I am looking to tie specific notes to specific places on a map. I know that I'm not the only person that wants to do this that uses Evernote... I don't want to have to create the note in that location because I will probably create it at my office or home and then access the information AT THAT LOCATION. I want to be able to move it around by typing in an address or simply picking it up and moving it on the screen. For Instance, I am in sales and I would like to put a dot on a map that shows each customer that I have in a given region. I am not picky! I would be ecstatic with any map that has aerial/map views (google, apple, bing, mapquest?--whatever!) This would also be helpful when I travel. I could put information on the coliseum for when I travel to Rome for instance... One might think that this simple request would be easily accommodated in Atlas. It is not. The map has no layer functionality and you can't simply move the dots around to wherever you want. Maybe I'm missing something, so I come to this distinguished forum for some assistance. -David PS: I don't want to hear from that one dude who is always pushing Golater because I checked it out and it will not help me. I want this mapping functionality to be accessible on ALL devices, not just my iphone. I want to be able to pull it up on my computer which makes me think that somehow manipulating Atlas might be my best route.
  16. I was organizing some notes from my recent family vacation on the desktop version. I wanted to see what the note said for the location of that note. I'm not sure why, but I clicked on the arrow by the text of the location. I guess I was hoping it would bring me to a map or atlas view where I would see the location. Silly me. It overwrote the location of where I was at the time!! No!!! Undo didn't work. There was no way to fix my mistake. Thankfully I was somewhere with a very slow connection. It hadn't synced yet. I thought it was worth trashing all the unsynced edits in order to save the location information. So, I quite Evernote on the desktop and opened my web account. Made some edits there so that they'd re-sink. Opened the desktop version and I was "saved." Yes. I had some note conflict messages to deal with, but that's okay. Yes. I know. The process I described above doesn't seem like it's very rational, but it's all I could think of at the moment. Is there a better way? thanks Christopher
  17. Afternoon folks, Been setting up a notebook for locations around Scotland that I want to visit, all nicely geotagged so that they display beautifully in Atlas. As I've slowly been working around the locations I move them to a second notebook (and tag them as being visited). Is there any way that I can view only the one notebook at a time in Atlas? Or is there even a way to filter notes appeaing in Atlas by tags? Seems like it should be a fairly simple thing to implement so I'm sure that it's there somewhere and I'm just being daft! Please help, you'd make my day if it's something I'm overlooking. Cheers, Dougie
  18. Hi Guys I notice on the Atlas view in IOS or Mac i have about 600 notes located in my area. When i drill in i see these split up to 25 different areas when in fact they should be my home address. How can i collect all these notes and enter the correct location to them all in bulk? I am struggling to see if this is possible. It would be nice to have an option to set your own location in settings of your home /office. Also i use Windows 8 and would like to know if i can add a default geolocation so all my notes at home are pinned to the correct address . Thorrrr
  19. Use case. Very specific, but it's an instance of a larger problem. I have an IFFT recipe that sends my Foursquare check-ins to Evernote. This is useful both because I take pictures with Foursquare -- it ends up replacing Evernote Food for all but the fanciest, most expensive meals (which deserve memorializing on their own) -- and because I can search for (counterfactual example) "Burger King" and see how many times I've been to Burger King in a date range. What search can't do is differentiate between Burger King instances so they can be plotted on the Atlas. Right now the Foursquare note doesn't have any textual information re: location, just a map image, but it has a link to a 4sq.com page with the full information. (Fiddling with IFFT doesn't seem to fix this). In all likelihood it's unfeasible to just crawl links for Atlas info, so I don't have a solution. Maybe talk to Foursquare or IFFT. This is one specific use case, but there are others. Atlas should pick up on addresses in plaintext in general and metadata from images. It's a loosey-fuzzy problem in implementation space (so many syntaxes to parse), but Evernote excels at loosey-fuzzy problems elsewhere -- the related notes in Clearly are a spine-chilling sign of the impending kurzweillian singularity, and I work with machine learning for a $nondisclosure_agreement startup, I know the pain. The more general problem is that note generation location does not reflect necessarily content generation location. I hardly generate notes on the go, and when I do, it's because I'm using Evernote as a makeshift word processor in a pinch -- the location of where I finish writing isn't relevant because it's just where the train happened to be when I finished the technical note it took me 40 minutes to write. Another issue is content generated externally. I'm more likely to use the phone built-in camera and a voice-activated recorder app and then push those things Evernote -- the iPhone app doesn't handle corner cases gracefully, and I can't take the 3% chance, particularly with two hours of audio to be reviewed later. (And I'll still prefer voice-activated recording in the particular case). (Crash course on crashing soft: even if the VAR app crashes, which it actually never, ever does, it'd leave behind much of the audio chunks given that silences cause partial files to be generated. Another aggravating problem I had just today: when Evernote is photographing a document, but can't communicate to the image processing server, it just drains your battery off and gives up when you switch apps; in Rio the 3G coverage is a couple of orders of magnitude better than the average US city, but I was in a rough spot. Document photographing should crash softly: push a normal image note to evernote, try to contact the image processing server and leave the unprocessed note as a todo item) Back to the point: pushing more functionality into Evernote is cool and improving them for corner cases is even better, but you can't cover all the media generation one does in a phone, nor can you get a cat scalded by boiling milk to try to drink it again. It does not follow that note creation place reflects content creation place. Atlas looks extremely useful at face value -- I have a very "located" memory and workflow, I remember things by remembering context, yet what I Atlas knows right now my workplace, my home and one random location from long text writing in a moving car -- all while much note-type content is being generated in Foursquare and IFFT-piped into my green external brain, many times with location data embedded in image metadata. TL;DR: I love the idea of Atlas but it's nonfunctional right now.
  20. Hello, I don't know if this is the right place for this, but I can't find another. I'd like to make a suggestion for the Atlas feature as it relates to Evernote beta 5. Why does the geo-tagging only allow automatic tagging from the place we are at the moment of tagging. For instance, I clip a web page with information about a potential vacation location. I don't want to geo-tag with my actual location. I want to do geo-tag with the location of the vacation. I've been doing this in Google maps for years now but the process is still incredibly messy. This simple solution in Evernote would open up a whole new world of organizing information on a map, where I want it on the map. Thanks for taking my suggestion into account. David
  21. Since I can't find a place to make direct feature requests, or a consolidated thread with said content, I'll start one here. I'll start it off: 1. When adding place names for note locations, many cities are not available. Two examples I've run into are Bsharri, Lebanon, and Zakho, Iraq. In the info popover, when I enter these city names, it turns red, meaning it is not in the Evernote database. However, when I look at the atlas view in Evernote 5, those cities are appear on the map, spelled the same way I typed it in the location field for my note(s). 2. This is mentioned in another thread. Designating images for graphical notebook covers would be a great feature. 3. It's probably not in the plans, but it would be great to have some cleaner UI for images when there are multiple images in a single note. Instead of having them appear in-line, taking up much space in the note, the option for a single frame to tab through the photos (like the iOS Food app does) would be awesome. 4. Also, the ability to resize images in the body of a note would be really great.
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