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  1. Hi Evernote Team! Originally I had these ideas consolidated into one post but a user suggested I post individually to welcome discussion. Here is an idea for features I would love to have on the next version: Text Color Choices for iPad & Mobile - I organize my priorities by color coding (instead of numbering) which works on PC, but as soon as I edit on mobile I lose the capability. PLEASE ADD this, it seems so minor but is my biggest ask. Thank you for reading! Astraea
  2. Astraea

    Voice to Text

    Hi Evernote Team! Originally I had these ideas consolidated into one post but a user suggested I post individually to welcome discussion. Here is an idea for features I would love to have on the next version: Voice to Text Notation - would be nice to have a hands-free option to write notes via voice. Like open a new note and hit a "speech to text" button. You say, "To Do List" and it will write that exactly. Thank you for reading! Astraea
  3. Hi Evernote Team! Here is a wishlist of features I would love to have on the next version: Text Color Choices for iPad & Mobile - I organize my priorities by color coding (instead of numbering) which works on PC, but as soon as I edit on mobile I lose the capability. PLEASE ADD this, it seems so minor but is my biggest ask. Ability to Sort a List by Chronological Order - I organize my schedule of To Do lists by dates and times; would be nice if you could click a "chronological sort" button and it will reorganize that list from earliest to latest time. It will also recognize times in multiple (4:30pm, 430pm, 430PM, etc) formats and will allow you to easily set alarms and reminders based on this schedule without having to manually enter a new alarm. Text to Voice Notation - would be nice to have a hands-free option to write notes via voice. Like open a new note and hit a "text-to-speech" button. You say, "To Do List" and it will write that exactly. Ability to Use a Mobile Stylus to Strike Out or Check a Task - Just a smaller, fun idea. Would be neat to use your Galaxy Note 10 or iPad Apple Pencil to "manually" strike out or check a task's item/checkbox. ALL Notes, Even Erased Notes, Will Be Saved in Archive UNTIL Manually Deleted - would LOVE to have this. To clarify, "Even Erased Notes" does not just mean DELETED notes, because we already have the ability to go into the trash and fish out accidentally deleted notes. What I mean is, similar to iOS Time Capsule or Google Doc's ability to track/compare every edit made, Evernote could be saving notes every second or minute (user can customize), and even if the entire text was deleted - Evernote will SAVE every state. Say you were writing one late night and fell asleep with your phone, and in your half-awake state accidentally deleted everything you typed and it was a blank note that you backed out of. You wake up next morning to find the note doesn't exist. You can't use the Undo feature and you can't find it in the Trash. Was it just a fever dream? So yeah these features would be useful! Thank you for reading! Astraea
  4. Hi Evernote Team! Originally I had these ideas consolidated into one post but a user suggested I post individually to welcome discussion. Here is an idea for features I would love to have on the next version: Ability to Sort a List by Chronological Order - I organize my schedule of To Do lists by dates and times; would be nice if you could click a "chronological sort" button and it will reorganize that list from earliest to latest time. It will also recognize times in multiple (4:30pm, 430pm, 430PM, etc) formats and will allow you to easily set alarms and reminders based on this schedule without having to manually enter a new alarm. Thank you for reading! Astraea
  5. I work in Corporate America. I invest in real estate on the side. I am married with no kids. I am quite OCD, especially about organization. I have spent countless hours researching how other people use Evernote to 'remember everything' and 'get things done'. I have spent significantly more hours setting up this system than I have saved using this system. Hopefully that will change. Anyway, I wanted to share how I organize Evernote, which is really just The Secret Weapon (TSW) slightly tweaked for my personal needs. This system, in my opinion, limits decisions points (i.e., where should I put this note and how should it be tagged?), effectively tracks action items through to completion, and allows me to save and organize everything else. I will try to keep this explanation clear and concise; here it goes... Limited number of notebooks. I have four: !inbox - Everyone seems to have this one down. This is my default notebook where all notes start before being filed and tagged. Work and personal emails, webclips, random notes and ideas, etc. Case in point, I am writing this in a note that is currently in my !Inbox folder. Action Items (2) - This is a notebook stack for my notes that require action. There are two notebooks inside: Open and Complete. I'm sure you can guess what's in each. Cabinet - Essentially, this is a notebook for all notes that don't require action. I put meeting notes, receipts, webclips, etc. in this notebook. Contextual TaggingI only use tags for context. The tags answer where, when, and what. where - All notes get a where tag. This answers what part of my life the note pertains to (e.g., @work, @home) when - All Open Action Item notes get a when tag. This is how I prioritize notes requiring action. Each of these tags are mutually exclusive. Once the Open Action Item is completed, I remove the when tag and move the note to the Complete notebook. Below is a description of each when tag: what - I use this tag for notes that go in the Cabinet folder. It helps me quickly find things like receipts, meeting minutes, templates, webclips, etc. Not all notes in the Cabinet get a what tag, but many do. 1-now - get it done today / tomorrow 2-next - get it done this week 3-later - get it done within two to four weeks 4-someday - get it done someday 5-waiting - getting it done is dependent on action by someone else (e.g., you are waiting for someone to reply to your email) TSW recommends a who context as well, but for me that was spiraling out of control quickly, so I nixed it. If a note is associated with a certain person, I usually just try to make sure their name is included in the note itself. Here is a screenshot of my system: I hope this helps at least one person out there!
  6. Hi, Could be that this feature has been requested before. I am a Mac user and my digital life is in Evernote. The best thing for me is finding all my digital stuff in seconds due to the cmd+j option. I almost never use the search field anymore, because I can find everything via this shortcut. All my colleagues have Windows Machines and I see them struggling with finding stuff in Evernote. This is their biggest complain. Would it be possible to develop a similar option as CMD+J for Windows? And no... CTR+Q is not coming close... I want to find notebooks, notes, tags, cmd+J even deals with misspellings... I am so curious if our company is the only one begging for this feature. Love the new table options by the way :-) Thank you. Best, Maarten
  7. Hello, my name is Marcus and I would like to send some suggestions to make the Evernote mobile Application even more powerful.Add the application new colors to the characters. 1. Add the color change option in the characters you typed. 2. Make it possible to include notebooks in notebooks for better organization of notes. 3. Include the option to insert tables into Evernote projects. 4. Add a very useful feature, to be able to hide entire blocks of text, leaving the show, just the title, that reveals its contents when clicked on it (just like the "inspect element" options in the Google Chrome). Please see if these changes are possible as I use the app every day and I really like it. But I miss the features listed above. What Do You Think?
  8. Evernote is already used by many as a study, research, and creative tool. Its power as a learning acquisition tool could be drastically increased with an incremental learning tool; currently, the only other company using this method is the famed Supermemo, but its interface is far less developed than Evernote. I suggest adding an "incremental reading" option to the web-clipper tool, whereby one can highlight important text right within the web-page window, and when saved, it's grouped into a separate incremental reading notebook that provides prompts on when to continue reading articles at the place you left off. Incremental reading is one of the most powerful learning tools available to date--surprisingly, not many people know about this. Essentially, incremental reading is a method of breaking extensive knowledge resources down into component parts that can be assimilated into long-term memory in small increments. Rather than reading a twenty-page research article in a single sitting, one could break that into smaller 5-minute bites spread over a few weeks. This approach leverages the concept of "spaced repetition," which has been scientifically proven to drastically improve knowledge consolidation and recall. You can read more about incremental reading and spaced repetition here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incremental_reading
  9. Hi. Why would Evernote work solely with Google / Google Drive? I'm a happy Microsoft OneDrive customer, and I have a several thousand of pdfs stored in OneDrive. I'd love to be able to use the Evernote technology to OCR and make my pdfs searchable (in a batch way?) through Evernote without having to manually import them all into Evernote. I've collected too many over the years, and have a filing system I'm happy with... Happy to search using Evernote - but search my existing pile of pdfs stored in OneDrive. Could you make the "magic" happen, Evernote Team !? Thanks, Jem
  10. HI there - My request is to include color coding for note titles to help easily identify a particular note or the importance of it, depending on what system you design for yourself. I'm familiar with the color coding for tags - but I'd like to be able to color code the note as it shows up in the main list. I have hundreds off notes and essentially run my business off of Evernote. As my collection continues growing, the system is almost becoming cluttered and useable. Being able to color-code would correct this issue overnight. Thank you, Nick
  11. Is it possible to "lock" Evernote (or parts of it) to make private notes? In case someone uses your computer and tries to take a look into your notes. I found out, that Premium users can do this in iOS or Android, but what about on my Mac?
  12. I'd love to see Touch Bar support in macOS for the new Macbook Pro late 2016 with Touch Bar. (I didn't see it submitted as an idea yet.) Thanks. David
  13. It would be awesome if I could just see the thumbnail of the note in the task-bar because sometimes I have like 30 notes and while the counts goes up the task-bar change and I keep pressings in wrong notes until I find the right one, I can keep doing it but it would be a time saver. Thanks for reading.
  14. When you go to the library, you can easily find any book on any topic, out of the millions available, all by using the Dewey Decimal System. Soon, you will be able to have that same advantage with ALL your information--even small notes! Better still, you will not have to limit them to the clumsiness of a sorting mechanism like the Dewey Decimal System. The Universal Decimal Classification was designed specifically for notes! It is also organized in a truly universal manner, so that is all-encompassing, topically proportionate, and infinitely extensible! The UDC was designed by bibliographers specifically to suit the needs of those who keep their information in note form, and will soon be available either as an embedded solution in Evernote or plug-in to support more sophisticated tagging of the content by using UDC Summary or as an extension of the MRF (Master Reference File.) The Editor-in-Chief of the Universal Decimal Classification Consortium has already indicated the Consortium's interest in a cooperative relationship with Evernote. All that remains to be done is for someone with some basic programming skills to download the UDC file and import them into Evernote in tag form. If Evernote is willing to have some of their master programmers take a few minutes out of their day to figure out how to simply get the import files into Evernote, they could feature it as an add-on. Evernote could open the doors on an entirely new market sector--becoming the universal application of choice for students, academics, libraries, bookstores, and book-related institutions globally with very little effort, and enormous gain! Here are the links to the Universal Decimal Classification Summary... Universal Decimal Classification Consortium: http://www.udcc.org/udcsummary/php/index.php UDCC Exports page for import files to download: http://www.udcc.org/udcsummary/exports.htm
  15. Hi all! We are working on a new product and would love your feedback on how to better integrate Evernote into it. Mural.ly lets you grab web content, organize it on a big canvas and share/collaborate with others (video showing it in www.Mural.ly). The end results are "Murals" of web content that help you share ideas visually: You can also create the Murals in groups, in real time. One of the "Web content" that we want to add are Evernotes, so we wanted to know how you'd use it! Cheers! Mariano Suarez Battan Mural.ly CEO
  16. What if Leonardo da Vinci was alive today and he had access to a powerful tool like Evernote. How would he use it? http://upyourimpact.com/how-would-leonardo-da-vinci-use-evernote/ Da Vinci, one of the world’s most brilliant artists, inventors and explorers, was also one of history’s most prolific note takers. He carried a notebook everywhere with him to record his ideas, impressions and observations in words and elaborate drawings. My gut feeling, based on what is known about da Vinci’s passion for learning and exploration, is that he would embrace Evernote’s many capabilities to fully to capture, enhance and bring even more of his remarkable ideas to fruition.
  17. Like a lot of people, I use Evernote to collect material from the intertubes and use it in later composition. One big role is in preparing teaching material. Among Evernote's many great features, the combination of these three is invaluable When I clip something into Evernote from the web, including an image, it saves the source URL. Merge notes. I think this is an underutilized feature, but I use it often. If I'm reading an article and I think several figures from the same article might be useful as a case study in a class, I'll merge notes with the different pictures. Note links. Need I say more? If I'm taking notes from the scientific literature, I don't take the notes directly in Evernote, but use a proess like this http://twitpic.com/4bsq3g, which lets me get the notes into Evernote using tools that are more suited for the purpose. The source URL is really handy when preparing presentations to make sure I can point students (or a seminar audience) to the source, as well as providing proper citation to the image source. This may be the biggest time saver for me, since I sometimes have active bursts of energy, and toss a lot of stuff into Evernote. If I were using any other system, I'd have to make note of all the URLs myself, but with Evernote it just happens. It would be very convenient to have a URL to the attachments, not just the note links. As I mention above, keeping URLs back to images clipped from the web is not ony a time saver, it prevents accidental use of unattributed images. But if I export images to my filesystem the connection between the image and the URL from which it was clipped is broken. I currently use http:// image links via Evernote Web, but if those links are really permalinks, perhaps the client applications could provide a mechanism to copy them.
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