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  1. This is my first entry in this forum. I have been using Evernote for 7 years now. I haven't read anything on that (book, article, or discussion) so far, but as many people asked me to share how I use Evernote, I decided to do it before I join the community. I have explained my practice in three blog posts: How I use Evernote, Part 1 – Note Creation How I use Evernote, Part 2 – Kanban Boards How I use Evernote, Part 3 – Classification and Wishlist I'd love to "hear" your reactions, ideas, recommendations. Ivo
  2. Er... This might seem weird. I'm new here, never posted before. But I wanted to share my wishlist of desired features, other than on Twitter. Please see my post here: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s121/sh/69912bfe-7304-41ce-9cef-d5f47fa2178b/1882a20f0968e686e5f3825e0ec537b8?noteKey=1882a20f0968e686e5f3825e0ec537b8&noteGuid=69912bfe-7304-41ce-9cef-d5f47fa2178b Thanks very much for reading Is it okay if I point out that I think that we people who use Evernote have a completely unfair advantage over the rest of the world, because our lives are all sorted, stored and searchable? Regards, Brad.
  3. I have been using Evernote for a year now for my business for the past year and a half or so ... and really am a big fan of the program. With this being said , Recently I started using Evernote to collaborate with my office and have been using it as a cheap alternative to sales force. Overtime I found myself wishing Evernote had certain features . This lead me to trying out other programs such as one note and producteev and asana ..ect ... .hoping that one of these would have the features I am looking for. These programs all have advantages in one area or another ... but in the end I felt that evernote still best suited my purpose. I then recently upgraded to Evernote Business and was disappointed to find there really wasn't much value added when compared to the premium version. ( sure there is slightly more space and they separate work space from personal space ... but this can easily be accomplished by just sharing notebooks with multiple users ) There I have come up with a list of complaints and solution wishes which I hope some one on the evernote team will answer.... Complaint : I was also excited when evernote came out with the chat feature I thought it would be great for collaborating with my office ... but in the end I was disappointed... since there is very little done to integrate the chat experience with the actual notes themselves ( sure you can share a note in a chat but that is as far as it goes ... cant almost as easily just use any chat separate chat program like AIM to tell some one to look and deal with a particular note ) I am constantly sending messages about different notes to different employees and finding it extremely difficult to remember if the emplyee dealt with a particular issue and or if I even sent the message to the employee to begin with ... I am chronically finding myself scrolling through long conversations with my employees looking for where or if anything was said about a particular note ... Wish: This is something I think Evernote should add on to the business version which will help create value added content ... ; There should be a chat history within each note anything that was said about that note ... this way I can look at a note and know what was said about it ...now lets say the mention of a particaular note is part of an ongoing conversation with a certain employee ... the segment pertaining to should be the only part showing up in the note ... but the rest of the conversation can be seen the way it is seen currently in evernote . Complaint: the more I use Evernote the more I get frustrated by the lack of formatting perhaps in the free version this is somthing which evernote could get a way with ... but in the business version ... well .... This was one of the main reason I started to look around at other programs ... I found the king of formatting to be One note ... the ability to drag ,resize , and event write directly in the note ( sorry skitch ) to be extremely useful ... being able to quickly absorb content is key in todays fast paced work environment ... and good page formatting goes a long way in providing that ability Wish : I do not think evernote needs to be as robust as one note (keep it simple stupid does still apply) ... things like being able to resize and relocate content easily directly withing ever note would be great ... maybe event scroll able and or accordion style text boxes wold be great too ... Wish: ok this one is an obvious one : make stacks share able !! wish: built in templates ... currently I have note book filled with basic template which I am always re using for my business ... kind of a pain in the butt to have to find the template copy and paste i into a new note ... ( usually when I am in a hurry to jot down some information ) Wish : easy way to change password for encrypted text ( I have hundreds of bits of encrypted bits of sensitive data through out my notes ... some times I feel that its time to change the password ... alas its too late ....if I change one I will have no way of know which one I changed and which one I didn't can get me in a bit of a pickle ...so a place to change all the passwords in a central location would be great!! ) Wish : In note tagging ... would be great if I can tag a certain location within the note not just whole note ... Wish : Built in Calander! Wish: Business : should have the ability to create seperate to do lists for your employees linked to a certain area in a note ... Any way these are but a few of my top wishes ... please let me know if any of these intrigue you... and or if you have any others you wish to share ....
  4. Current solutionsDepending on the platform (operatings system), the native Evernote application has a different set of features which currently doesn't include handwriting on iOS devices.At the moment the Adonit Jot Script Pen seems to be the most useable pen for handwriting input on an iOS device and is actively supported byEvernotes own PenultimateGoodNotesNoteshelfand a few others... ChallengesThe biggest challenges areAccurate capture of the pentip locationExcellent palm recognition (palm rejection) and the prevention of it interfering with the stylus inputClean and easy interface, but feature rich and customizeableWriting experienceWhat you can do with and how and where you further can use your handwritten notes Features and functions wish list for the perfect appFrom crawling through forums, websites and video posts users are craving for and want an application and hardware with the following featuresFull two way synchronization with EvernoteClean and beautful desgin (currently e.g. Penultimate looks better, but GoodNotes has the better functionality and experience; except it doesn't sync with Evernote)Paper templates like in Penultimate. E.g. Meeting notes, music sheets (needs to support interactive features... see next point)Handwritten notes that support the Evernote feature of checklists, create reminders and additionally calendar events in 3rd party servicesE.g. you take notes in a meeting and have noted down a few points that need further attention later. It has to be possible to mark those (circle/highlight certain areas on your note) and turn them into checklist items, create a reminder and/or add calendar events (in whatever service the user uses... iOS/iCloud, Google, ...)Presentation modeShare editable notes with other usersAn advanced and precise stylus with long battery life and an easily replaceable battery (like the Jot Script) that ideally will work on devices across multiple platformsSimilarly to adding checklist items, reminders and events, it should be possible to tag whole notes or certain parts of notes for better searchability in Evernote. Those tags should be invisible by default and only visible with a switch turned onEasy export and sharing of notes as PDF (and e.g. JPG) via standard device ways (message, mail, ...)Alternatively/additionally storing the notes in Dropbox, Onedrive and the likeCustomizeable handwriting capture and auto advance when in Zoom modeI personally prefer the implementation in GoodNotes, but others might prefer the Penultimate way of automatic sideway scrolling of the paperFast access to basic writing tools (colour, thickness, erase)Geometric drawing assistant like in GoodNotes that helps to easily draw shapes and linesGood embedding of additional content (capture from camera, voice notes, photos from library, PDFs or other files from other apps on the device or in cloud storage, eventually Microsoft Visio Stencils)Automatic backup of settingsWhen writing music sheets, sound preview of drawn musical notes... Why I wrote this? A couple of days I got my Jot Script and started to try out first Penultimate and was disappointed, then spent some money on the Appstore for the other apps and was disappointed by the overall functionality of the combined solution. Was hoping to make my life easier, especially at work, but what's out there just doesn't do that yet...
  5. This ar some suggestions that arose from daily use. If anyone has more and whant me to put them on the list, just reply this thread. Evernote in general: Ability to place a link to another note. For example you have one note that is a list and some items are explained as other notes Windows program: Ability to show notes as a post it on the desktop (gadget maybe?) Android app: Ability to create a widget that is a note (not a link, not the current widget that shows several; I mean a SINGLE note as a widget) iOS app (don't have iOS device so this will be empty 'till somebody drop a note):
  6. I apologise if this is posted in the wrong spot but I couldn't find a forum specifically for suggestions/changes. I'm starting to get the hang of using EN and am making an effort to make it the focus of my workspace rather than just using it as an adjunct. I work as a teacher and am trying to use the program as a way of planning and reflecting on my day. I include notes about what I plan to teach and links to resources as well as reflecting on lessons and commenting on welfare/behaviour issues that arose during the day. Some things need to be actioned at the next welfare meeting or via our student database and I use tags to help organise the notes in such a way that I can refer back to currently relevant information via my short-cuts and add notes to the various other systems that we use in the school. I find the tag allocation options a bit clunky. Most of the time I work with my notes in the main window rather than opening a separate window for each note. I find that the space for allocating tags at the top of the screen is a little cramped. Reading the forum this afternoon I've also found out about the multiple tag allocation tool, which I may find useful but again I find a bit clunky. My suggestion is that you allow the user to right click a selected word or phrase and use the context menu to assign the selection as a tag to the note. If the context menu was intelligent it could make suggestions from the existing tag database. For instance if you selected the word "chicken", the context menu would give you the option of assigning "chicken" as a tag but would also offer "chickens" as an alternative, since you had already assigned that as a tag. Instead of reading through my notes and having to manually type in the tags I want or trying to find multiple tags in the relatively small window, I just want to be able to assign tags with a minimum of clicking. This wouldn't necessarily be useful to everyone, but I believe it would be useful to enough to make it worthwhile thinking about. I use Windows but don't think this needs to be platform specific.
  7. Hi! This is my first contribution, I hope this is the correct forum. I'd like to see the following in the next version of Evernote: coloured notebooks - to spot them more easiy in my notebook collectionthe ability to export / import single notebooksThe possibility to mark notes with colours, e.g. a red heading.style sheets in the editorThank you! Regards from Austria
  8. Hello, My wishlist would be that when drag and dropping an image from the web directly over an existing note on evernote, it adds it to the note instead of creating a new one.... Also when using the capture tool to select a part of the screen in a browser, it would be nice to have also the link to that page added automatically into that note.... And last wish, having a calendar view of the note created in evernote linked with gmail account calendar would permit us to visually link our notes to events in life... it would be much more useful than the map view.... Does-it sound good ideas? Remy from France (sorry for my english)
  9. so far, it seems EN does not have any native support for tables. if i paste a table from elsewhere, things risk getting very jumbled up... especially once i view them on the smartphone. while there is the option of pasting a table on my PC (using MS Word), i don't know of any way to make a table in EN on my iPhone. i find tables extremely useful for most of the notes i make, since tables are simply and awesomely NEAT (especially for larger amounts of information). will EN ever work on natively supporting tables? and to make it even more awesome, will EN ever attempt to support excel-style cells? *droool*
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