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Hi guys. I am new to everenote and have two questions: 1) In Evernote, can I annotate the PDF-files, as in making dialogue text bubbles on the pdf-articles? Is there a good way to make such note taking on pdf-articles in Everenote, or should I otherwise annotate them outside of Evernote and then put them in Evernote? The pdf-files I am talking about is scientific articles, so I want to do note-taking in the margins. 2) If I have a note, can I make a "commentory note" on that note? For example, If I have a pdf-article saved in my notes, can I make a commentary note on that article so that I have "2 notes in 1 note". If I for example want to analyze the content of the article and connect those two together, I mean.. Or, do I need to make a separate note then? Do you guys have any tips for doing such commentory notes? Thanks!
One third party app that didn't get a lot of love (apparently) is/ was Microsoft Cache - an "Evernote-Keep" competitor launched as a Garage project last year. It may be evidence of the difficulty of creating a competitive product in this market that Cache is being closed down... http://www.cio.com/article/3159672/windows/microsoft-kills-cache-its-note-taking-experiment-with-evernote-google-keep-aspirations.html "When Microsoft launched its Cache note-taking experiment last year, we hoped it could become Microsoft’s version of Google Keep, if Microsoft devoted enough resources to it. Sadly, that’s not the case. In a note to users, Microsoft said Thursday that it would shut down Cache at the end of February, and would no longer market it as a standalone service."