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  1. Can you guys incorporate more outline formats such as the alpha numeric style of outlining: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/544/03/ I'm a student who enjoys outlining my lecture notes and medical conditions in Microsoft OneNote. I want to replace OneNote with Evernote because your tagging system is much better. I'm currently using Microsoft OneNote because I can select a cleaner outline formats for note taking. For Example: I. A. B. 1. 2. a. b. C. 1. 2. D. II. A. C. Thank you!!
  2. Please run MSOneNote or MSWord and try the following in a new note. Type "1. blah blah" Type "2. blah blah blah" Type "3. blee blee blee" now... without using the mouse... press <arrow up> to the "2..." item and hold <Alt>+<Shift> down and press "right arrow" then "up arrow" then "left arrow" to see how easy it is to move outline elements around. This is an amazing time save when brainstorm alone or in a group while sharing a screen. Please add these "Key chords" to your WIndows team to-do list. Thank you. There are many requests for this feat
  3. Evernote is good at making numbered lists and sub-lists of numbered lists that are also numbered in the same way. For Example: 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 4. I don't know why anyone needs that functionality? Couldn't the sub-list use capital letters instead of numbers? This would allow anyone who is trying to make a basic outline to follow a traditional form without a lot of time spent formatting.
  4. The outlining seems to get confused and I can't get it back to the numbers that it should be. Also, when you indent, shouldn't it give you like A, B, aa, etc? I have tried deleting lines, Adding Lines, Tabbing, Un-tabbing, etc. Please HELP!
  5. Hi All- When I type notes in Evernote using the Ipad and I start numbering my points and then hit space, Evernote automatically turns on the outlining feature. I physically turn it off, but on the next point when the number is typed and I hit the space key, it turns outlining on again. I do not want it to do the outlining. How do I turn off auto outlining?? Thanks. BBland Since typing this topic, Evernote responded with the fix - here is the way to turn off automatic formatting on the Ipad: You can turn off individually each auto formatting by going in Account tab &
  6. I use evernote a lot for not taking and to-do lists. Virtually everything I do in Evernote is in outline format (bulleted usually), unfortunately there seems to be a lot of formatting issues. Cutting and pasting for one section of the outline to another will often cause a double bulletted outline, or it will add a blank line creating 2 separate outlines that you can't get rid of. Sometimes inserting a line into a pre-existing outline will cause the bullets to disappear on the new line, or disappear if you bring in the indentation. Evernote is such a great program and I would love to see a fi
  7. I'd like to use Evernote to create a typical Outline (used for writing papers etc.) In "real world" outlining I'm used to using a combination of numbers and letters. For example, a subset of #1 would be "a". Is it possible to do this using Evernote? Based on what I know, it seems like you can only either use bullets or numbers.
  8. I often have this uneasiness of how my notes look. Often times I just dump thoughts that run through my brain in a note, using tags and Evernote's powerful search function, but is making my OCDness kick in. What are your best practices when you take notes? Are you following a specific outline? a specific style? or also dumping thoughts in a creative or free manner in a note? Please share your best practices. Thank you and appreciate it much!
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