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Hi all, I'd like to enter a location for a particular note by manually entering the latitude and longitude. I know I can do this on the Windows platform by clicking on the Location area on the note info window, but it won't accept the lat & long that I get directly from Google Earth, which is, for example: Latitude: 33°44'51.26" N Longitude: 104°59'13.30" W So, in the input field, I enter: 33°44'51.26" N,104°59'13.30" W But the OK button is still disabled. I tried replacing the degrees, minutes and seconds characters with spaces, but still can't click the OK button. Does anyone know what EN expects for latitude, longitude, and optional altitude in this dialog box? Thanks, Don
Do you know there's a new way to create maps from your Evernote specific notebooks/shared notebooks by inputing address, and they will show on your iPhone? This is the function offered by a new Evernote 3rd-party APP, GoLater. It makes your collection of the clipped web articles or notes of the places or travel tips transformed into various countries' maps. You can just open the map, focus to the district you would like to visit, and you will find all of your collection notes as well as the location on map on your iPhone. It will be very convenient for planning a party or date, business trip, weekend trip, a trip abroad, or even the spontaneous dining by just clipped web pages and go. GoLater also offers the trip plan that you can just gather the notes you want to visit in this trip, then easily view the list and get direction to reach the stops. In this way, you will have the to-go map totally matching to your own flavor, and each note will have its routing direction either by driving or walking. Welcome to have a look of GoLater How-to For more information, welcome to visit GoLater Website | Facebook | Blog Free to Download on APP Store. Thank you for your reading and welcome to give us your comments on how you feel about the iOS APP.
I took a photo using evernote on the Samsung Note 3. When i brought up the note in Windows 7 and clicked on the location it takes me to Google Maps, unfortunately, the location it takes me to is about a mile away. how can i get the location more accurately recorded in a note to be at the spot where the device is when I created the note? This may be mainly something about setting up the Samsung Note 3 to be more precise, I suppose, but there are so many many "features" there, it's hard to see what's what. I do really like the fact that Evernote was on the phone when i got it and worked right away.