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I carry with me multi-GB notebooks, where each note could be a few MB due to pictures and pdfs (for instance food recipes). These are no fit for 4G connections with usage restrictions, and so I have opted to make them offline. Unfortunately, this consumes all available space on my 16GB Android phone (Xperia Z2), and so I have bought a 32GB expansion card. Now customer support is telling me I cannot manually set the download location! This should be user configurable - either on a per-notebook basis, or as a general setting. So I am raising this as a improvement suggestion for the developers.
When a note is consisting of just one single PDF the concept of showing the thumbnail isn't really satisfying. Especially with small, one or two-page PDFs, why aren't they displayed directly with a double click taking the user to the existing full screen viewer!?
I believe one of the biggest improvements that can be made to Evernote without changing much of the product's base is to promote Saved Searches to a "first-class citizen" status, like Notebooks and Tags. After a while, just tags and notebooks are not enough to organize everything, so I rely heavily on saved searches to use Evernote. But the functionality is very hidden and not very intuitive to use. My suggestion would include some things like: 1. Place a "Saved Searches" icon on the sidebar, along with "Notes", "Notebooks" and "Tags" (same hiearchy) 2. Implement a screen
It would be possible to create a writing system in which a figure stay aligned to the text (Just as we do in word and in blogs)? And I would suggest we can create text boxes to write in separate positions of the note. It would be interesting to have a calculator with basic operations plugged to evernote, so scholars could do math quickly in the note itself. And if possible add Greek symbols and some mathematical operations to the text in the note being left with a more pleasing aesthetic. Thanks