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  1. I would like to suggest the ability to take all of my ideas and be able to display them in a mind map form. This would greatly improve the usability for Evernote and I would certainly pay a premium for this function if it were to be developed. Evernote currently seems to be stuck in time and not advancing forward in terms of creative functionality. Since the current market for a quality mind map application is limited or over-priced, Evernote has an excellent opportunity to gain ground in this area and hence make it an even more powerful tool. I would recommend looking at an app called Novamind or Mindjet for design hints. The mind map should have a basic style. The problem with a lot of the current mind mapping tools is that they go spinning out of control with colors and photos and they lose their professional feel. Since we do business to business web and UI design, and I am a mind map user, I would be happy to help with advise along these lines. thanks
  2. Clearly I have been sleeping, or I missed the memo, but several things that seem to occupy Evernote users' minds quite extensively now seem to have solutions waiting for them in Evernote's App Center. They're add-ins and some (all?) of them are paying packages, and I'm not recommending here, because I just installed two of them for a look-see; but if you're into sharing notes that need real-time collaboration and even conference-call discussion, and don't want that nasty "conflicting changes" elf to get in the way, have a look at LiveMinutes (they're under Web Apps - free for the rest of this year too) Or if you like Mind Maps (Me, me..) there's ConceptDraw Office which has an Evernote integration - apparently... The Apps pages are a resource I just opened like an early Christmas Present - there's other stuff in there that looks very interesting, but I do have to get some work done sometime. I've been a bit busy this year so far and clearly haven't been keeping up - apologies if this is old news; but before you do the standard (and boring) "the only thing stopping me giving you some money is" post for some missing feature that you didn't find in Evernote - check out the Apps pages! You never know, your Golden Feature could be there waiting for you!
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