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  1. Hello, Evernote community I joined Evernote today first my experience with Evernote is awesome but I want some more features which are suggested in a moment. You already guessed from my tags I'm a student and notes is very important for me. Revision is an important part to learn anything for a long time. My suggestion is to add reminder to set many reminds in one time like first 1 hour Second 1 day third 3 day fourth 7 day fifth 14 day sixth 30 day eighth 60 day ninth 90 day tenth 120 day A user can set multiple reminders at one time.
  2. Evernote is already used by many as a study, research, and creative tool. Its power as a learning acquisition tool could be drastically increased with an incremental learning tool; currently, the only other company using this method is the famed Supermemo, but its interface is far less developed than Evernote. I suggest adding an "incremental reading" option to the web-clipper tool, whereby one can highlight important text right within the web-page window, and when saved, it's grouped into a separate incremental reading notebook that provides prompts on when to continue reading articles at the place you left off. Incremental reading is one of the most powerful learning tools available to date--surprisingly, not many people know about this. Essentially, incremental reading is a method of breaking extensive knowledge resources down into component parts that can be assimilated into long-term memory in small increments. Rather than reading a twenty-page research article in a single sitting, one could break that into smaller 5-minute bites spread over a few weeks. This approach leverages the concept of "spaced repetition," which has been scientifically proven to drastically improve knowledge consolidation and recall. You can read more about incremental reading and spaced repetition here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incremental_reading
  3. I was was wondering how many college students have gone paperless with the help of Evernote. Is it possible? What is your experience? Thanks for your replies in advance! Looking forward to reading from you. If you like this topic, you might also want to have a look here:
  4. So guys, need your help, im going to college again(nutrition) and i want to be more paperless and efficient, beside that i like studying different kind of subjects, but unfortunately i have to keep printing pdfs for annotation and things like that, i also have a notebook with me for frequent annotations on things i find interesting, or read, saw somewhere. My main question is, which could be the right device for that use, handwriting notes, annotate on pdfs, draw, read ebook and make annotations there(points, arrows, handwritten notes, post its), save web articles for studying, ill use the evernote to keep all of them in the same place, but i need the manual thing on a portable device or ill start to get way too much mechanic and not creative, i like mind maping, drawing, highlighting, colors, for my learning. From what i saw, the ipad pro together with the notability app or the good notes 4 would be a good call(i heard those are good together with the evernote), but im new in this world and i want some suggestions, thats it, i currently have a lg g4, and this would be my first apple device maybe, need help. Edit: I already have a dell notebook for when i need a true desktop.
  5. The ability to create a new table within a cell has been the one deciding feature that is pushing me towards OneNote. I love EN for its clipping ability, but I made the most powerful study guides in OneNote using this feature. It is really causing me serious psychological anguish that I can't use this feature in EN. What use is clipping without the ability to process the information and turn it into a beautiful outline or study guide?? Please give us this feature and my knowledge machine will be complete!!
  6. Hi, a - I want to capture somethingI am studying. b - I want to set up emails reminders to go to me to remind me to look at this thing : today + x days, today + y days, today +z days Can one do this in an Evernote product? I couldn't find anything on the KB. Thanks in advance
  7. I use Peek and I want to create Notebooks that go from Chinese to English and English to Chinese. Is there a way to take an existing notebook full of cards and reverse the title with the body? Thank you.
  8. I monitor a group of students that get together for weekly study sessions. I have a series of study questions (some are just text, some have images associated). The questions are assigned based on the current week's topic. There are over 30 topics and each has at least 10 questions. I wondering if I can use Evernote technology to: distribute the questions allow users to take notes on any/all questions allow the students to share their notes for each question Ideally, the workflow for the students would look something like this. The student would open the notebook on the Topic A. Each page of the notebook would be associated with one question within the topic. Each page would be pre-populated with the question text and any associated media files (images, audio clips, video clips). The student would add a note to each question that answers the question. The student could also associate media with the note. The student could then share his/her note with the group during the weekly discussion. The students could save each others' answers into their own notebooks. any ideas on how to make this happen? Is Evernote technology the right way to go? thanks for the advice. Cathy - *note I am not a developer. just exploring options.
  9. Hey Evernote Community! I've recently started graduate school and got into using Evernote to help with my studies and research. I'm looking for a way to link to specific points within a note (anchor links) or perhaps within an attached pdf file. Perhaps I'll explain in a little more detail what I'm trying to do, and if anyone knows if or how it's possible, that would be great. Primarily I use Evernote to compile reading notes on journal articles or book chapters. Often in the notes I will refer to specific points of the text, or to related ideas in other articles. For example, I might write something like: On page 8, Torgovnick argues that blahblahblah, a position not dissimilar from the one Kuper takes blahblahblah. I'm looking for (wishing there is) a way to make "on page 8" and "Kuper takes" links to the parts of those texts I'm referencing (either PDFs attached to the note, or at the very least, text copied and pasted to the bottom of the note). If in anyone has any leads for me, I would really appreciate it. If this isn't possible, let this be my humble request of the Evernote team. Believe me, grad students world over would use evernote if you supported this feature. Thanks. JTW
  10. My Tribute to Evernote: A Student's Guide This is my recent blog about how I used EN to help me in my studies. It's pretty basic, but hopefully it'll help other people.
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