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  1. Hi, I'm wondering why Evernote doesn't have native support for flowcharts (like Lucidchart, MindNode, Visio, etc). I often find myself wanting to make some sort of diagram with blocks, arrows, lines, etc but I can't do it in Evernote without using a different service. Does anyone know if something like this is coming? As a paid customer and avid user of Evernote, it seems like the feature list for Evernote hasn't moved beyond basic notes, lists, and tables (without a full implementation to include iOS). I would love to have other note types beyond simple text, lists, and tables. Thanks!
  2. I use Evernote mostly for academic purposes. Frequently, I will add random thoughts as notes. I often need to synthesize those ideas and other notes from research that I've done. I'd benefit greatly if Evernote had "space" to synthesize information. Optimally, I'd be able to do an Evernote search, and as I review the notes, I could highlight/send snippets into a mind-map-style synthesis space (the snippets would be hyperlinked to the original note for more context). I could then, within that space, organize these snippets, draw, create links between the snippets with explanations, add free text, etc. The outcome would be new ideas helpful for my project. I've got a ton of information in Evernote, but I lack the "creative space" to use them efficiently. Thoughts?
  3. With either EN for Windows or EN on the web, is there any mindmapping application which allows importing a mindmap application created document into Evernote, opening that mindmap document while it is in Evernote (using the mind mapping application software), and creating links within the mindmap document to other notes in Evernote?
  4. If you have a lot of different notes in your Evernote notebooks, it may be interesting to see how they are all connected. I developed an app that can do just that - visualize your notes as a graph, show you the most important connecting concepts, how they relate to each other, and where you have gaps in your knowledge. It can be a very useful tool and I'd like to invite you to try it on http://www.infranodus.com (PM me for an invite, as it's a closed beta at the moment). Also, you can read more about how it works on our blog: http://noduslabs.com/cases/evernote-iphone-notes-text-network-graph/ Thank you!
  5. Dear Evernote team, I love your product, yet I have a problem to organizing my notes. You already have such a great program that I quickly exploded the number of notes. But to find them again, structure the knowledge and not just to forget them, I am missing a feature. Right now, there is already a couple of methods to keep track of our notes, like timestamp, search algorithms, and tags, yet I find it still difficult to keep an overview. I think that humans think rather in associations then in timestamps. Something like a homescreen with a visual representation of all our notes would help a lot! Like a mindmap or a hierarchical tree or a net, that we can reshuffle as we want, create connections as needed and collapse and expand freely. My idea is not unique, pearltrees for instance tried to implement a similar structure (and failed in doing that. I can't use it at least). There is also a JavaScript library called D3.js that could be suitable for such a purpose. Just a thought. In my view, such a feature would surely make your product even more awsome! Or am I just missing an Product that is already capable of this? Best wishes, Phillip
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