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Hello there! Anyone know if Evernote supports bullet journal functionality? To the fellow Bullet Journal enthusiasts who have retrofitted Evernote, it's not exactly the easiest integration. Don't get me wrong, I'm an avid Evernote user, but I wish the app supported more functionality. Functionality Wish List Status Icons that have click states. (Like checked boxes, but task icons that resemble the bullet journal's "open task," "started task," "closed task," etc...) Priority Status. (A means of prioritizing some tasks over others.) More Table Options. (for my monthly table, I'm really wanting a 31 row capability, but the app only goes to 30! Is this bumming anyone else out? Also Some Irk-Some Bugs Limited glyph/icon palettes (I had to add the custom font, fontawesome, to get a better palette. Bullets and numbers don't change to the color you assign the text. They remain black. When you copy and paste a line of text in the style you like (let's say it's green and size 12), it often changes to the default settings (black and size 14) This is all I have for now, but ideas nonetheless. Attached is my Legend Template I created for my Bullet Journaling needs. It's a work in progress as I figure out the best system that Evernote supports.
I've recently been introduced to Evernote through my school. Full Sail University had me create an account for use in some of my classes. That being said, I instantly fell in love with the program. It's only been a week or so since I first installed it, and I've already completely adopted it as my main form of trading ideas back and forth with my writing and drawing partners on my film/comic projects. That is what I'm using Evernote mainly for. As a hub for trading back scripts, concept art, notes, and ideas. With this form of usage in mind. I have two huge suggestions for features that seem to be missing and are direly needed. 1. First off, a note flagging and notification system would be incredibly convenient. At this point, whenever you add to or in any way change a note, the only thing it does is pop to the top of the list of notes in the notebook. This is alright, but it would be so much better if the note was flagged as having been changed. If I signed in to my Evernote desktop app, and all of the notes that had been changed in any way had little red flag icons in the corner or ANYTHING like that, it would be a billion times better. And if a dialogue box popped up coming from the little Evernote icon in my task bar informing me any time a new note was added or changed in any of my shared Notebooks(similar to the way Drop Box does), it would make the system so much better for mine and my partners' purposes. 2. This second suggestion is a bit of a long-shot, but I figured I might as well request it. I really like this program and plan on investing the 45 dollars for Premium as soon as it becomes financially viable for me, but until then I feel like disabling anyone from adding to or modifying the Notebooks your share with them is HUGELY crippling to the entire experience. For me this almost breaks the program for what I need it to do. I don't even need huge results. Just the ability for me and my partners to add little notes directly to scripts or drawings we share with each other instead of having to create entire separate notebooks with notes and try to label them to match up with their respective scripts/drawings would be fantastic. I feel like it's a little bit of a grift to deny this very simple yet very integral feature to the free account customers. Comparing it to Drop Box once again, their free account limits your monthly upload limit and server space, but doesn't cripple functionality of the program, and I still intend to pay for a premium account with them just the same. These are two functions that would elevate Evernote from being a great, really cool program for me to becoming an extension of how I work and create.