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My idea is that Evernote add Notebooks. Notebooks can have sections and then the sub category under sections is pages. Like OneNote so that there are unlimited Sections within a notebook and unlimited pages within a section instead of Evernote's add a drawing feature. I would also like to see different tips (pen, pencil, marker, highlighter, fountain pen), different thicknesses in mm (0.5, 0.7, 0.9, 1.0), lasso (cutting feature), stroke (for lines) and small, medium and large erasers. Different colors for pens would be great in a pinwheel formation. I'd like the ability to type equations and shape recognition would be amazing. Since I'm a student I'd like lined, graph, isometric and music paper styles. with paper color options too. In college, it's important to collaborate with people so ability to collaborate Notebooks or individual notes would be the best! In lectures, my professors post PDFs of their PowerPoints and I'd like to put them into Evernote to write notes on top of their notes and record the lecture at the same time. Finally, inserting pictures and editing them into a note is important as well because sometimes my professors draw complicated graphs and the ability to add tables for data used in class lectures.
I'm looking for an iPhone app that will allow me to hand-write notes and automatically sync them to Evernote in the background -- basically, I want Penultimate for iPhone. Has anyone found a good solution for this? Thanks.
It would be FABULOUS if Penultimate could add a paper option modeled on the Cornell note-taking layout. Considering the forthcoming study in Psychological Science that concurs with an earlier study that handwritten notes aid learning more than typed ones, incorporating this option for paper types in Penultimate would be yet another feature in the growing Evernote toolkit for everyone who likes to take BOTH handwritten AND typed notes. Evernote's collaborations for Moleskins and Post-It notes were among the many features that have made me an enthusiastic Evernote user. Similar expansions in paper options might include half-grid, half-blank paper, and half-blank, half-ruled paper. These options would be wonderful for chemistry, robotics, art research, and inventions, adding more choices than all-blank or all-grid.