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  1. Please add a feature which can check in-depth spelling errors and grammatical errors at pro level. It will be of great value even if Evernote team gives this feature to premium members. This is a feature which i miss a lot in Evernote and can be really helpful for note taking community.
  2. Evernote's focus on profitability has come at a high cost - customer love of the brand. If I was Evernote's product manager I would work hard to bring back some of that fanatical love for Evernote. You guys can win against Microsoft's One Note! At its heart Evernote needs to be fun to use. Your core market has been Mac users, and those are the folks fighting hardest to find reasons to love you. They are also probably your largest segment of paying customers (vs Windows, Android or even iOS users). Given your history of not unifying your text engine you need to work hard to make Evernote Mac Best of Class. I use Evernote to capture and edit my new ideas. I make it a habit to use the product daily since switching from the free version. I have submitted numerous feature requests up here, but few if any have been acted on. If you want the love of your users that needs to change. Each release highlight the features added and give credit to those that requested them. Make the users matter! I'm a big fan of themed releases. It helps to take a handful of new features and give them focus. The easy market I would go after is GRAMMAR. Your text engine could use the upgrade and their are a host of features around making users better writers. Have an EDU special where you give English teachers the ability to get Evernote Plus free for two years. Show schools how they can easily add Evernote to their list of approved apps and beat out Google Docs as the preferred writing tool for submitting essays. Improved Dictionary - you can't give good grammar help without a world class dictionary - so get one already! Grammar Engine - I would buy Grammarian over in the East Bay or look at buying/licensing Grammarly. Proof Reading - Work to get book publishers over to Evernote and have editors and writers on the premium version with proven workflows. Visual Thesaurus - License/buy a visual thesaurus so you can help folks brainstorm and improve their writing Dictionary Add Ons - Work to get Apple's dictionary support in Evernote and let the host of 3rd party dictionaries plug right in. Reference Citations - Add the ability to link and cite references from within Evernote. I could go on, but just getting a handful of these features in a new release would be amazing! I hope for Evernote's future that you get serious about focus and bringing back some fun to the power of the written word! All the best - Stephen Inoue
  3. It is very frustrating. In The Russian language, we have two different letters: "е" and "ё". They are completely different. For now, all words with "ё" being marked as "incorrect" by the Evernote grammar check engine. To avoid it I need to add words with "ё" manually to the user dictionary. But there a lot of them and each word can have different endings, suffixes, etc! It is wrong and annoying. Can Evernote Team add a support of those words to Evernote Russian language?
  4. I added the ginger (http://www.gingersoftware.com/) writing checker to Chrome running on MAC recently. Works well on most pages, but I've seen it randomly remove words on an evernote page. So bad that I've had to disable the extension when editing an Evernote note in the browser.
  5. In Jamie Todd Rubin's blog, he mentions doing a daily review each evening of his notes created or updated that day. He uses a saved search: any: created:day updated:day I wanted to create a search I could do each morning to review the notes I created or updated yesterday (but not today's notes). I tried this: any: created:day-1 -created:day updated:day-1 -updated:day That one doesn't do what I thought it would. What's the right search grammar to look at all notes created or updated yesterday?
  6. It seems that as of Evernote 5.0.6 on OS X and Evernote.exe/ENScript.exe 4.6.4.8136, the OS X and Windows clients do not behave the same with respect to searches. Some searches return results on OS X, but not on Windows: Example: I have a note with title To-dos for cross-platform Kakooma apps. If I use that exact title without double quotes as the search phrase (though it won't be used as such and parsed into separate search tokens), the OS X client finds the note, whereas the Windows clients do NOT. The inconsistency is related to the hyphenated words: if both such words in the title are double-quoted (or the phrase as a whole is double-quoted), the note is found again, i.e., the following both work "To-dos" for "cross-platform" Kakooma apps "To-dos for cross-platform Kakooma apps" The Windows clients do not support the 'recoType' attribute. For instance, searching for recoType:* - to retrieve all notes with ANY kind of OCR-treated attachments - yields NO search results on Windows (7) - on OS X (10.8.3) it does.
  7. The newest feature in EN (for premium users) which allows searching through MS Office documents is awesome. I would like to know if the Search Grammar will be updated to include searching ONLY through documents? It would be nice to be able to ignore notes and ONLY search through documents. It would also be great to be able to define the type of office document to search (i.e. doc, xls, ppt, etc). Current Grammar: http://dev.evernote.com/documentation/cloud/chapters/search_grammar.php
  8. I'm not sure how often do you share and unshare (does this word exist?) a note on Evernote, but I do that all the time. I usually share and unshare notes for a short period of time, just to show someone a note. The problem is I need to remember I've shared a note to unshare it later. It would be interesting to have a new term on Evernote's Search Grammar that could help us to find shared notes. Something like this: shared : [ true | false ] If Evernote implemented this, would you use it? Thanks,
  9. Issue: Evernote modifies what you type in the Search box to effectively add an asterisk, which changes the scope of the search from an "exact match" of your term to "starts with". The Evernote Search Grammar states that whatever string is provided to the Search engine requires an exact match. At some unknown, unannounced, time in the past, Evernote changed the behavior of how all EN Clients behave to make what you type to mean "starts with". I understand the benefit of this for some use cases. However, it has some unintended consequences. We are now unable to search for an exact match. The more Notes you have, the bigger the impact this will have on you. For example, I you want to find notes that contain a persons name, say, "Gene", then you would type into the Search Box: geneUnfortunately this finds notes with any word that begins with "gene": general generation generator genetics etc So, your search may return many more Notes than you expect, making it harder to find the one (or the few) you are looking for. This is greatly compounded by the presence of PDF attachments in your notes. PDF files can be hundreds of pages, with thousands, even tens of thousands of words. But, you can't easily see all of these PDF pages. So, you don't know if just "gene" was found somewhere, or if it is a false positive of words that start with "gene". Those of us that have been using computers for years have learned (been taught by experience) that when you are searching for a term, you need to ADD an "*" to the end of the term to match all terms that start with what you type. In my opinion it is easy enough to type one character * when you want to extend the scope from an exact match to starts with. The current behavior is confusing and inconsistent. When you enter an operator in the search box, then it looks ONLY for an exact match. For example, if I typed "tag:gene" then it would find ONLY those Notes with a tag of exactly "gene". It would be much simpler to remember one rule for all cases: exact match unless you add an * So, I would like to request that Evernote change the EN client behavior to be an "exact match" unless the user types an asterisk at the end of the term.
  10. Feature Request: Provide new Search Grammar/Syntax to search on Location The last update for EN iOS (ver 4.1.8) adds a new feature for Auto-Title (or Predictive Title) which is based on the Location: Note from <location address> in <location city> Example: Note from 123 Main Street in San Francisco This made me realize that we don't currently have a way to search for this type of Location data. Problems with Current Search Search grammar is ONLY for Latitude and Longitude EN iOS displays "Location" as <city>, <state> EN iOS also gets the address from somewhere, but is only displayed in the Auto-Title [*]EN Mac displays "Location" as <county>, <state>, <country> [*]So while the Location is displayed as text (inconsistent across EN clients), the Search is for Long/Lat [*]But I have NO way to get the Long/Lat for a Note Most of the time searching for Long/Lat is too specific and hard to remember, even if I could get the data from EN. Would like to search for fields like <Street>, <city>, <state>, <zip>, <country> Are these Location metadata fields stored (or could they be stored) somewhere in Evernote so we could search on them? Here are some thoughts/ideas on how this might work -- just to get the discussion going: Make the Location field be the full text of Street Address, City, State, Zip, Country Create Location subfields for each of the above Search Examples: Location:CA <=== finds all notes that have "CA" as a word in Location State:CA <=== finds all notes where the State subfield is "CA" State:CA -City:"San Francisco" <=== finds all notes in State "CA" but EXCLUDES "San Francisco" City:"San Francisco" Street:Market <=== finds all notes in San Francisco on Market street
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