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FEATURE REQUEST: Snooze Notifications

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Hi there,

 

I would like to make a feature request - add a 'snooze' button next to the 'done' button on the reminder notification.  If the snooze time period can be configurable, that will be a bonus.

 

 

 

 

 

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This isn't currently something we're thinking about, but we can add it to the list. Can you give me some more details about why this would be useful?

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At the moment, if the notification pops up at an inconvenient time, a user must go into the app, open the task, reschedule the reminder.  Instead, you can achieve same from the notification bar, quicker and with less interruption to whatever else the user is doing at the time.

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At the moment, if the notification pops up at an inconvenient time, a user must go into the app, open the task, reschedule the reminder.  Instead, you can achieve same from the notification bar, quicker and with less interruption to whatever else the user is doing at the time.

 

Exactly as it was written by edeuser.

 

I very often use reminders to my notes (almost to all) so there are some situations where I have 5-7 notification pops up on the mobile and.... if it were an delay/snooze option it will be great then I could very quickly snooze my note/task in i.e. 30 minutes. It will be nice if the duration of snooze will be configurable in evernote settings.

Please take this into consideration and put this feature on the top in feature list :) really It is very important feature :)

 

Thanks in advance!

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Hi,

Imho it is not a nice to have feature. It is a must have.

Since it is integrated I have to stay at Google keep.

What's the status of this request?

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David 

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6 hours ago, MillenChi said:

What's the status of this request?

If it's not in the product, then its status is "not implemented".

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@MillenChi, if you haven't yet, click the upward arrow at the top of this page to vote the request up. This should have an effect on how Evernote developers regard the importance of this feature, which I agree would be extremely useful, as @edeuser and @kondik have pointed out.

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Hello all,

Please be sure to upvote if you are wanting to see this added into Evernote!

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I am a new user from two days ago, immediately noticed that snooze feature is missing. I'm still testing Evernote if I want to stay with it and not having snooze option is big drawback.

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I have been using COL Reminder for Android & find it really user-friendly.

Just started using evernote & found one of the crucial features missing is "Snooze" button. If it could be  incorporated slowly I would like to have only one reminder app and that wud be "evernote"

Till then, i will stick to COL Reminders.

Thanks

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On 11/12/2015 at 5:40 PM, scruggles said:

This isn't currently something we're thinking about, but we can add it to the list. Can you give me some more details about why this would be useful?

This feature would be incredibly helpful. I don't want to be overly dramatic but right now the lack of this feature negates much of the usefulness of Evernote. As I see it Evernote is supposed to be a catch-all for all of the junk in my life, including to-dos, tasks, etc...hence a "reminder function." In other words, whether stated explicitly or not the point of Evernote is increased productivity. But, without a snooze feature, whether I'm working in Evernote or another application when a reminder pops up I have to completely break my workflow and concentration to choose one of two very suboptimal choices: 1) "close" the reminder so that I don't break my workflow...only to know I won't be reminded again later and therefore making the reminder feature useless; or 2) stop what I'm doing so that I can either deal with what the reminder is reminding me to do or reset the reminder for another time. The problem with this is that rather than allowing Evernote to be a tool that helps me get other things done, Evernote ends up being something that demands immediate babysitting. I understand that all apps require a certain amount of maintenance and babysitting...the problem is when it has to happen immediately, forcing the user to choose between the two suboptimal choices I describe above.

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Well put, @B-Seitz! "Immediate babysitting" is exactly my experience too. If you haven't yet, be sure to click the up-arrow at the top of this page to add your vote for this feature. Welcome to the forums!

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