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Have been a long-term Evernote user. Love the ability to create links between notes via different methods/approaches. Would be very helpful if there was a linkback feature at the bottom of a note to identify which other notes have "referenced" or is "linked" with the current note. The Context feature is ok, but I am looking for direct connections between my current note and the ones that reference it. The "suggested" documents are ok, but not exactly what I am after.
Currently, if I want to link to an existing note in one of my notebooks I have to navigate to that note, copy a link, then navigate back to the note where I want to link to it, and paste it there. It is ok if you rarely do this. It is very time-consuming though if you need to do a lot of this. Look at how it is done in many project management platforms, like e.g. Youtrack or Asana. If I type something like @ followed by a partial headline, the system shows all the notes with this text in the headline. Once I confirm, a link is created. Very fast and convenient. If you need me to explain it more, please don't hesitate to let me know. I'm sure I'm not the only one who would benefit from it.
Example (see image below): The green links allow me to navigate within the Evernote app. The blue public links allow friends to navigate easily between notes that I have made public. The issue: I find it tedious to insert both links. Non-Evernote users who I share notes with are confused by the difference between the green & blue links Proposed solutions: Offer an option to automatically insert both the blue and green links at the same time, or Offer an option to insert a link that works both in the app and for the public. An icon could be used to indicate which links are publicly accessible.