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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
I'm not clear which forum to use... this one or the one labeled simply "Evernote" for questions, issues and enhancement requests. I can see that the latter is specific to a platform, however since I currently only use Evernote on Windows 7, I don't really know if an issue or question I have is specific to W7 or not. I see a lot of overlap in the postings on the two forums. I'd appreciate clarification. TIA
the OCR feature's great, but can be somewhat overzealous. that's ok -- it's a computer -- and i'd rather deal with false positives than the opposite. however, when we discover incorrect recognitions, we need a basic way to tell EN "that is not the word you thought it was." on the mac client, preferably we'd control-click to bring up a contextual menu then have the option to select either "permanently remove" or "correct detection." i'm attaching one that came up today. i searched for notes containing the word "timer," and EN thinks it sees the word "timer" in the pattern of the berber rug. :-) again, that's ok: it's a computer. but we should have a method for correcting EN, so it never comes up again. if my image had in fact contained a word, but not the word "timer," i'd have wanted to tell EN what the correct word is. but in this case -- since there's no word at all -- i'd like to be able to tell EN "that's not a word (i.e., ignore this from now on)." i'm surprised and frustrated that this functionality doesn't yet exist. it's not frustrating that a computer can't "see" as well as humans; it's frustrating that we humans haven't been given a way to correct the computer. :-/