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  1. I am a law school student, and many of my peers are using One note. I am a loyal Evernote user ever since high school. I swore to myself I would stick to Evernote software. However, when exam prep came into full swing, I realized one feature that Evernote lacks. One note synchronizes notes while recording audio. During study groups if we had a question , the student would click on their class notes, and play the corresponding audio from the lecture. This was a huge advantage for the students who used this feature. Outside of the school setting, I believe this feature would be great to those who attend many meetings. This article goes into further detail how the feature is beneficial for business professionals. https://www.pcworld.com/article/2912448/never-miss-a-word-with-microsoft-onenote-2013s-synced-audio-notes.html and also please see Onenote's explanation of the feature.https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Record-audio-or-video-notes-b90fa4a2-253b-47ec-99bd-c9b368268465
  2. I'm a big Evernote fan, but I have one major critique and a request for the Evernote development team. The audio record function just plain sucks and it's below the standard of what I believe Evernote to be. I have two major issues with the functionality. Both should be super simple fixes that could be included in the next update: 1. Add functionality to the round red recording button to stop and save recording when pressed during a recording. Currently, if you hit the record button again (which is the universally accepted process to stop recording since I can remember) the recording is deleted. This is insanity. Just bad programming at it's worst. So far I've found no way to recover the recording. 2. Get rid of the "X" symbol as the defacto "stop and save recording" button (this symbol is universally accepted as "Delete" for as long I as I can remember). 3. Add a "failsafe" opt-in button if any symbol is hit say something like "Are you sure you want to (stop, delete, etc.) this recording... Yes / Cancel). Again a universally accepted programming process to save people from making a mistake. Currently, the save and delete functions are opposite universally accepted programming standards. I've now deleted several recordings since it's opposite the iPhone and most other digital recording devices, and very easy to get mixed up. I will stop using this function until it's fixed. Just not worth it. It would be a great feature if these changes were made.
  3. I must repeat, why is Evernote support so terrible? It would seem they are literally running AWAY from customers and their suggestions. It use to be VERY easy to send them a quick email. Now their site makes it very hard to find how to send them an email. Second thing. I've been asking since 2003 for them to add a better audio recording experience on Android. Since recent OS updates, this is more than possible and other apps have proved that. The current implementation is terrible and a few steps behind it's iOS sister. We can't: Multitask while recordingRecord in better quality, only AMR (A codec released in 1999)Play back recordings on iOS device (since it's in AMR) I believe in Evernote. But I feel this company is greedy and their support for products and listening to users is underwhelming. Frankly, they don't even reply on their forums or consider our ideas. They reply with stock answers if you ever get through the maze to find their email. I know a company needs to make a profit, but at least have a student pricing and be open to your users. Evernote. My trust in you is slowly dying. Then again, why am I calling you out when you don't even come here.
  4. Hi Everyone, I am having a lot of troubles trying to hear some of my recordings I have for my class lectures. I have in total 11 lectures of recording, the first 5 recordings I was able to listen to them. After that, I tried listening to the rest of my lectures I recorded and I cannot hear a single audio from anyone of them! I used my laptop (Windows) to record them, and the audio files are in wav, format. Does anyone have solutions? I really need the rest of the audio files asap! Thanks!
  5. First off, I'm a daily user. Primarily to record what I would call a "voice journal" and I must say I love your project. It really has changed my life and how I work. Now... it's to the point where I want to transcribe most of my voice journals, into editable text, for blogging purposes. A built in feature for this would be AMAZING, but that withstanding here's a simple idea. I know you are recording audio at 8000 Hz to keep file size down, totally get it! But, if this was a user setting, I'd be able to record my files at say... 11025 Hz (the minimum sampling rate supported by transpription software such as MacSpeech Scribe) and not have to do a ton of audio conversion in programs such as Audacity just to get them loaded into the transcription software. Thanks gang, nice work! -Jared
  6. I'm relatively new to Evernote and want to use it as part of my day-to-day activities for the office. One useful feature I want to make a lot of use for is the ability to record audio in a note. I have it installed on my iPad Air and Windows 7 desktop. Today, I tried my first recording at a seminar that ran a little over 30 minutes long. I had an issue with the recording where the recording was sitting at 25Mb size but did not play back. When I touch it on the iPad (used to record the seminar), it does nothing. The pause button was active and the Done button was active but the timer for the recording sat at 00:00. Am I doing something wrong? I know the recording was running through the seminar and I was afraid at one stage when the iPad autolocked at 5minutes as to whether that would break recording but when I unlocked the iPad, it appears to be working fine in the background (recording was active and the timer was running at around 22minutes). The second query I have is related to the 25Mb limit. Is this per recording limit or total accumulative (or Nett) size of all recordings? I am using a free account (so far) and won't upgrade to a premium until I know this all works to my satisfaction.
  7. So I didn't see this in any of the forums so I thought I'd post a feature I'd like to see. There's an ipad app called Notability which I am sure you're aware of. The one thing that entices me from them is the ability to record a meeting or lecture as you take notes and THEN, when you're reviewing the audio, it will actually bring you back to which notes you took at that particular time. Is that a feature that would ever be possible through Evernote? I feel like that would make Evernote a note-taking Monster (in a good way!).
  8. Hi, anybody knows how to edit the audio notes? I've tried with different programs without success, it could easely mean I'm not capable at all but still I think there must be something that allows to open the audio files to edit them so that you can get rid of long useless minutes, or leave just the good seconds that might be good as recordings let's say for a presentation at the office.... Sorry for my English. Regards, Carlos Gracia Spain.
  9. i visited other posts on this topic, and there were many solutions - none of which worked for me. however, after much frustration, my files were found in the trash. if you're having this problem, try this!!!!!!!
  10. Love Evernote. Learning more and more applications for it. Just joined Evernote Business. Just started using the Evernote audio recording feature for meetings at work where a lot of info is being conveyed and I want to capture it somehow for later review, beyond my own note taking. Noticed that a button with a short rewind or fast forward interval (10-15 seconds or so) would be quite helpful when reviewing the notes later, while taking dictation from them. This would be much easier rather than fiddling with the slider button, which seems a bit clumsy to me. It's far too easy to overshoot the point I want with the slider bar. A short predetermined interval button that one could press more than once if needed would be helpful for me. And perhaps others.
  11. Evernote is absolutely perfect for songwriting. I use it each and every time that I write a song. Lyrics: just type out the text Melody, harmony, rhythm etc: just make an audio recording note Guitar chord shapes: I have an iOS app called reverse chord finder. (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reverse-chord-finder-pro-inverse/id379856345?mt=8) It's only $10 but there's a free lite version as well. This app lets you "type" in chord shapes on piano, guitar, ukulele, bass etc. Just press the keys/frets and it'll tell you the name of the chord. No music theory necessary (though music theory is always helpful. ) Sometimes I have a very specific chord that I want to play with a very odd inversion or fingering. So what I do is I type out the chord that I want then I take an iOS screenshot (simply hold down the lock button and then press the home button). Then I go to evernote and add a picture. I choose the screenshot that i just took. Now within the span of a few minutes I have lyrics, melody, harmony, rhythm, and even chord voicings all in one easy to find place. This way of songwriting is especially helpful because the moment of inspiration can leave you in the blink of an eye. Before evernote I was lucky if I wrote a new song every few months. But now I have times where I have a new idea sometimes every day for weeks. I am literally writing songs faster than I kno what to do with them! I love evernote.
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