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I have been a premium member for few years now and I love the flexibility EN offers for my needs. I tried the EN presentation mode on Mac and I am not happy with the results. Spacing is erratic, can not change default presentation font. Sanskrit for systems picks is awful. I wanted to see if anyone seen Evernote theme Keynote or powerpoint presentation. I need background, colors to look like Evernote. I am asking first because if its available I don't need to waste my time on it. When creating online videos lessons it would help me to toggle between my EN - notes and the presentation and still maintain the consistency. Thanks for your help.
I know a fair bit of people use Google Drive and Google Docs. A lot of my clients who are prospective Evernote users are loving that. What I have gotten asked about a few times now is iCloud Drive integration and full support of .pages, .keynote, and .numbers file formats that Apple's iWork productivity suite uses. I have a few clients that are solitary and swear by those apps. I assume more have to be out there. I know I use Pages on occasion to make flyers and such. So what I am suggesting is support for those Apple iWork file formats in full, like Microsoft Office and Google Docs. If the iWork app is installed on a device then the file opens appropriately (like MS Office formats), but, otherwise, it would open via the web on icloud.com (like Google Docs do). I can not imagine people outside of macOS and iOS using it. But, just in the case that they did is why I suggest the latter. Thank you for your time.
Uploading PDF documents automatically displays them in in-line mode where the content of the document is visible automatically. Is it possible to do the same with other documents, especially Apple Pages, Numbers, and Keynote without the need to click the 'Quick Preview' icon? Thank you for any tips!
Just read this article and thought some of you EN Mac users might be interested: Send Keynote presenter notes to Evernote with AppleScript I haven't installed or tested it, so proceed with due dilligence and caution. While this script is specifically for Apple Keynote, it might be used to create your own script that works with other software/file formats like Microsoft PowerPoint.