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Happy with Android, but it needs a trash folder :-)


Hi all,

Yes, I really like Evernote for Android; it's my third most used app (after the dialer and Calengoo). :-)

Sorry if this has been posted before, but it would be very handy if Evernote for Android had a trash folder. I realise that I can access the trash folder from the Windows app, and the web app on my Samsung (as long as I request the desktop website rather than the mobile website) but neither is very convenient.

If the storage used up by the trash folder is excessive, let us choose to enable it or not, by a setting.

Thanks in advance,


(Edit: tried OneNote for Android the other day, and it doesn't appear to have a trash folder either. Quite minimalist, I think.)

Edited by Roger_V
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