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SocialStephen

Timestamp within the note for Android app

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It would be great if you could include a button in the Android App, to enter a current timestamp, wherever the blinking cursor is in the note. A simple tap of a button, will allow users to insert a timestamp anywhere within the note. If the note is being continued from an earlier date, then adding a timestamp to the current position of the blinking cursor, will mark that area of the note, with the current time that the note is being updated.

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Stephen Robinson

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25 minutes ago, SocialStephen said:

It would be great if you could include a button to enter a current timestamp, wherever the blinking cursor is in the note. A simple tap of a button, will allow users to insert a timestamp anywhere within the note. If the note is being continued from an earlier date, then adding a timestamp to the current position of the blinking cursor, will mark that area of the note, with the current time that the note is being updated.

Thank you! -

Stephen Robinson

You don’t mention which platform, but Ctrl-; on Windows will insert a date/time stamp. 

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3 minutes ago, CalS said:

You don’t mention which platform, but Ctrl-; on Windows will insert a date/time stamp. 

You are right. I did not mention that I was talking about the Android app.  If I can edit that post, I will include that. Thank you!

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Great idea, Stephen. I've voted it up. But it's such a good idea that it's been suggested before, and can be voted up there:

 

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Yes, I am also looking for a widget to insert a time stamp in the Android version. Typically I use Evernote for daily notes, which I transfer to DavidRM's The Journal. Entering the time stamp for an event is often tedious when on the road. Vote this up. Thanks!

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This request is going back to year 2012, people have voted for this again and again.

We are in 2018 and it is still not here. That's how EN listens to its customers????

I don't want any guru to comment on this (because I know it would be: "there are more important things to do, but they are reading the forum").

Forget it EN.

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I use my keyboard app, SwiftKey, to handle this. Would be nice if EN would support local insertion though.

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How do you do this with Swiftkey? I use the same keyboard 

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