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I've kept daily to-do lists in Evernote for years. I'd love to have a pretty little (customizable) jingle and stars (or hearts) when I complete a task and check the box! Dopamine hits are part of what keeps users hooked on social media apps. They are also the "reward" part of creating good habits. If you could add this little fun feature to task completion . . . it would ROCK my world. It would make your app more FUN and therefore even more useful. Who's with me?
When I upload a web article (or a whole page) to my Evernote account, frequently there are photos that take up many more bytes than the text, which is what I really want. I can edit the note after it is already clipped and uploaded, and delete the photos. That saves storage space on Evernote servers as well as my own on-disk storage later when I synch to my home computer running Evernote as an app -- but it does not reduce how much I have uploaded via the clipper. That's what counts toward my monthly upload allowance. I have Evernote Clearly, but I see no way to edit out the images before I clip. This goes not only for Firefox which is at my office, but also IE which I use at home and Chrome which I use on a couple other computers.
I've just started using Evernote and it seems great, but I'm having a show stopping problem when using Web Clipper for Chrome or IE. All images are not saving (the majority aren't) - I just see a loading icon on the images that are missing. An example of one of the pages I've been trying to save is http://www.howtogeek.com/138188/geek-school-learning-to-use-cmdlets-in-powershell/ The first image or two seem to save consistently enough, but the rest don't. I've seen one or two similar threads for Firefox, but thought I'd post a new one as it doesn't seem to be browser specific. Is anyone else having this problem? Can anything be done to fix it? Any help is appreciated!