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  1. I love Evernote but sometimes collaboration is impossible because you'd like to comment on things and therefore you need to use Google Docs which is slower and the notes have more unnecessary margin. If Evernote had the "Add/Comment" feature of Google Docs, id be willing to purchase premium immediately.
  2. Would Evernote develop Workchat so one can comment on specific part of a note and see the comment alongside? I think a much stronger level of communication is required. This way Evernote can do it all in one App. Please say its in the pipeline.. .
  3. The ability to add longer comments to a specific portion of the PDF, in a way that doesn't block the view of the main text, would make Evernote a crucial part of the workflow for many Academics. While the highlighting tool in PDF annotation is wonderful, I'd like to be able to add anchored comments - longish text annotations anchored at specific points on the PDF using Evernote. So far, it looks like I can add text, but I have two choices: if it's hanging off the edge of the PDF it disappears, and if it's not hanging off the edge it covers the existing text of the PDF, making it worse than useless. The stamp tool only allows for very short little labels. Here's an example of what I mean. I think the addition of this capability would dramatically improve the PDF annotation tool, and help solidify Evernote's place in the world of Academic note-taking.
  4. I use EN extensively for my Humanities class. One feature that is surprisingly missing is the ability to share a note and leave comments/feedback directly in the note without impacting the original note. Since we do a lot of writing and essays, etc. in my class, I would love the option to open their shared notes, highlight a sentence (for example), and add a comment complimenting them on how well they showed character traits in that one line. Instead, I have to totally alter their note, change the font color and/or add my initials, etc. to leave my comments. A simple but incredibly powerful comment function can be found in Google Docs. If EN implemented something like that, you're just one step closer to truly dominating this realm. Evernote can truly act as a "portfolio" in essence for students as they move from grade to grade. However, the sharing functionality, not to mention version history, is truly lacking. Yes, we can share some notes and notebooks. But the collaboration and discussion within the note is simply not there unless you want to totally edit the original note. This becomes rather clunky as my students read my feedback, make their changes, and eventually delete my comments so they're out of the way before publishing. Sure, I could have them create another "publishing" note but wow, talk about a missed opportunity for making it seamless for students and teachers. Think about it. A shared note with a history of comments/discussion regarding the contents, PLUS the ability to quickly review/compare different versions of the note over time. Parents, teachers, and students would flip if you could show that sort of growth/progression. Google has you beat here and I'd strongly suggest you take a look at how seamless this functionality is and simply copy.
  5. It would be fantastic to enable improved collaboration by adding a comments feature. Using Evernote to store information to share with others is a great feature. Enabling others to comment or vote on notes would be even better. Think about a group looking for a place to vacation, or a wedding couple clipping possible ring designs. There are endless applications. Being able to comment and vote would be a great step forward in providing better collaboration. Regards, Rob
  6. I am using Evernote Premium on Mac. I need to do a lot of highlighting and commenting of PDF's. The native Annotate function in Evernote is basically useless because it looks like something out of a cartoon. Is there any way to make Evernote index comments in Adobe Acrobat Pro? Is there another third-party program that has good commenting functionality that is searchable in Evernote?
  7. Hi there, I've just come across an interesting discovery while reading articles on The Guardian website: the clip selection works fine in the main article, but once I try to clip stuff in the comments section below, Evernote isn't able to transfer the text, it just copies the link to the main article without the selected section. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/aug/27/rotherham-child-abuse-police-commissioner-urged-resign Have you had similar experience? I'm using Evernote Web Clipper 5.9.1 for Firefox.
  8. Hi - I'm looking for ideas for work-flows/best practices for handling "comments on notes". My situation: I use a shared Evernote notebook with each of my clients to collaborate on drafts. It works sweet, we just change the text color as we add our revisions. This works great. What we lack though, is the ability to "ping" each other that something is ready, or to ask a question outside the drafts. (This is both a functionality problem - but also a perception/confidence problem. Since I live in Evernote, I always get the Notification feed that something's been updated and I go & look, but clients - some of whom are new to EN - aren't sure "how to let me know".) I'd love to find a workflow solution that stays internal to Evernote, because any chat/comment solution is a 800 pound solution and I don't want to onboard people to another system just for this. I was thinking of a separate note, pinned to the top, called Comments for Karen, or something like that, but wanted to see what crowd-sourcing would uncover as far as formatting or best-practices. I've looked through KustomNote to see if there was a template that covered this, and didn't see any that gave me ideas. Maybe there's a workflow idea using Reminder dates? Anyone solved this to their satisfaction and willing to share? Thank you! Karen
  9. DTS: 02102014-1015 Hello, RE: Comments on Notes For as long as Evernote has been is use I have yet to see the ability to comment on notes. I found it absurd to e-mail a note or share by e-mail a single note for many collaborators; however, I do plan on upgrading to EFB, it bewilders me to send an entire Wiki by e-mail instead of the option to enable for notes, a discussion array or comment box. Similar is found by Get Satisfaction. We would like to use EFB in place of project discussion blogs since it generally functions the same; however, we haven't found EFB listed in Google Apps for Business (GAB) and we're currently building, for us, a work-around, to enable EFB-to-GAB. Projects have a start date, end date and normally transform documentation into standard operating procedures for the resulting deliverable (anything that can be brought to existence via creation is / was a deliverable.) So for each project and then co-op that becomes a business, we find EFB2GAB would be essential, especially for publishing the documentation (although we haven't fully found an app that could manage tasks directly in Gmail using labels.) We would like to see a more "effective" publisher-styled interface that, at least is HMTL 5 compliant with an .epub export. The conversion of notebooks just to prep for an .epub is an api to api ballast headache just to get an .epub form-factor ( as Sigil wraps up and Teamlab seems the only platform result.) I'm familiar with the e-mail to notes, for which we converted to an "Inbox" as our default note in the default notebook ("Backlog" is probably better than "Inbox,") but as stated in aforementioned text, A NOTE IS STILL A TASK / ITERATION, as it must have a beginning date and ending date or it's just sitting there for no purpose! Perhaps a new add-in interface that, opts to "convert note to task / iteration" or even further using AgilePM: "convert notebook to Epic" or "convert notebook to Story." Thank you, Mario F Stevenson
  10. I like using the card view. It would be nice if there were an icon that indicated that there are PDF comments in the document. Even better would be clicking that icon would ONLY show the comments/highlights the far right pane (the pane that normally shows the PDF). I'm thinking the alternate view would be similar to what the PDF commenting panes does today. This would prevent me from having to open the document with acrobat to see the highlighted comments & my corresponding notes.
  11. OK. Three Issues I'm having, despite general love of EN. First: So I've got a notebook with maybe 20 notes in it. It's for a big trip with many legs, hotel stays, tickets, etc. Listing my notes by title, date, or alphabetically means the stuff gets out of order chronologically. i.e. the "Angola Flight info" note falls before the "Zanzibar flight info" notebook, when in fact Angola is the last part of the trip and Zanzibar the first. Being an org freak, I decided to number my notebooks chronologically. i.e. 1. Zanzibar flight 2. Zanzibar hotel 3. Dinner with friend downtown and so on... Simple, right? NO! Evernote only lists the numbers 1 - 9. When you type in "10" it reads it like it's reading the alphabet and sticks it after the number "1". Meaning to go past "9" you have to use a format such as 9a, 9b etc. Evernote chat support told me this is just how it is. Seriously!? Second: On the desktop app, you can bold, ital, underline, add links, etc: Why no highlighting? Esp when you can do it on the web site, like this? Third: Ditto word count or for that matter adding comments or viewing corrections. If Evernote added this stuff they could put MS Word out of biz. I'd literally use it for everything. Seems like an easy feature to add, given the other much greater and more high-caliber features, no?
  12. I use Evernote extensively for research, i.e. saving portions of websites and need a Comment field preferably at the top of the note. I need this to cue myself about why I thought that particular website or portion was significant for my project. When you copy over even sections of websites so many times the first line font can be very large and entirely inappropriate just a simple text reminder note. This WAS possible on the Firefox widget a couple of years or so ago until they disappeared. Preferably it would have a line space where you could start typing and the long line available to insert from the menu to separate it from the copied over note from the website? Is this now somehow possible? Thanks!
  13. I am having trouble figuring out how to do something that I feel certain that Evernote is capable of doing. If I take a web clip, or insert a picture--and I want to make a comment next to it, how do I do that? I will try to find an example of what I want to do and post it here. UPDATE: Okay--found an example of image of the general idea of what I am trying to do. When I take a snip from a webpage--I would like to highlight a part of it somehow and submit my comments next to it or even over it. Is there a way to do this in Evernote for Windows? Thanks in advance!
  14. Hello, I've used Evernote and the Chrome web clipper for years. I often clip URLs and add comments to them. Historically, this has worked fine. However, I think the latest version of the Chrome web clipper has broken this functionality. Now, when I add comments to clipped URLs, these comments do not appear in Evernote (either on the desktop or the web). Please note, this seems to ONLY happen for URLs. Adding comments to clipped articles still works fine. Could someone else please verify this bug? If I'm missing something on my end, please let me know! Thanks! Todd
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