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Here are 2 different workarounds that I've put together for really quick Heading Styles while working in the Evernote Desktop client. Both simply require placing your cursor in your text to be converted... and then hitting tailor-made PhraseExpress Hotkeys. Not pretty... but way faster than anything else you'll currently find: 1. A PhraseExpress and MS Word combo: 2. Just PhraseExpress and a PE text formatting workaround: If anyone would like further details, just let me know :-)
Hi everyone, So … I restarted using Evernote, mostly the web version, and here's my feedback: we are in 2017 and Evernote is one of the only apps I know that doesn't allow to apply styles or format text with headings and so on. IMO, it doesn't make sense. Even Google Docs allows some styles, or at least, allows to import/paste from word and maintain a few styles. Evernote does not. I kindly request the Evernote team to add this feature to your roadmap. I really want to keep using Evernote but I really need to use something better for my notes. Kind regards, pedr
Why not to accept EPUB as a exchange format? Even more, why not use EPUB as the real format for all system? It is time to assume that Evernote is not an notetaking-App, is a online-white-paper-App. We are who decide if we are writing a short or long text, temporal or permanent, personal or public and son on. In both cases, we will need formatting tools to create this text, this writing. For many, Evernote is the updated version of windows notepad-app for this 21st century, but we need more than that app. Doing this you will have the solution for many questions: - Title, headings, subheadings: great to write more than two lines of text! - Style format (colours, fonts): avoiding untidy notes - Tablet of content/index: navigability trough large and dense notes - Export/import option as EPUB: rather than ENEX format or HTML files - Storage option: any place as one file, that is EPUB - Online minimalist EPUB editor: simply text without see any html code - No printers, no paper: users just need and want digital content So finally, Evernote will be a huge online place where you can start with a minimum note of one line. Then, you can go far adding more text and contents, creating a report, a diary. Even, completing a novel or a thesis by parts or doing all in one place. Then, if someone need further publishing software, there are many applications (Indesing, QuarkPress, etc). All of them ready to create printings and more developed solutions for experts. Nowadays, for real digital life, nobody needs a old fashion formats like DOC or PDF, which are prepared to be "printed" in a paper or in a screen. For many of us, with a Evernote is more than enough. Google knows it. They have GoogleDocs that in fact is an editor of super-html, that is, EPUB. There you can download it in EPUB format (however you cannot upload EPUB to there...). Even Evernote already knows this, because in fact, ENEX format is a kind of compressed html, that is again, a kind of EPUB format.
Hi, I know this feature has been requested many times but I still wanna get my point of view accross and I guess if many people request it has more chance of actually being developped some day. I would really love to see a pre-formatted style function. I can't understand why it's not already been implemented. Some people argue that it's not a text editor like Word but in this case why can you even change the font size or underline text in Evernote? Another awesome feature would be a collapse-and-expand function which would allow you to hide or show text in the same way as many websites like FB ("Show more..."). One click on the "link" or some kind of arrow would unfold the text, another click would fold it back. This would be very handy for large texts and would allow a better classification and more clarity. It would also be great for Question-Answers type of notes by allowing to hide the answer.