Vote for Evernote, please
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November 19, 2008 | Permalink
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I enjoyed Evernote in its earlier Windows incarnation, then didn't use it so much for awhile. Recently I've been looking for a smooth brain extension for my shiny new Mac Pro, and here it is — hope to see audio notes and other features in the Mac version soon. :)
Posted by: Torley | Dec 1, 2008 12:23:07 AM
Hey, Evernote is cool. You should hire me to make the web version ever cooler!
Posted by: Donavon West | Aug 31, 2009 11:46:10 PM
I love Evernote, use it everyday, but have just searched right through your website looking for an e-mail address to send through an e-mail with a feature suggestion. Can't seem to find anyway of getting in touch other than via Twitter!
Posted by: Mark J Daniels | Jun 23, 2010 5:35:34 AM
I am note in love with Evernote (yet) but I am intrigued by the promise...I need an intelligent extension of my brain.
I'll be in the Valley till Aug-17th. Coffee?
Posted by: Veronika | Aug 9, 2010 5:47:46 PM
I love evernote... here are some suggestion from someone that uses it A LOT...
Sent this to your support also..
I\'m an Evernote super happy user. I just wanted to ask to things because there must be a way to do what I\'m trying to accomplish.
1) Is there are keyword shortcut to go directly to the search bar? I tried to find it and I couldn\'t. I\'m not talking about cmd+F ... that\'s for finding in the note you are currently working on... Is there a way to jump to the search bar and open another note? If not... please build it... :) It\'s kinda of stupid not to have that shortcut.
2) This one is about webclipping.
I use the extension for chrome, firefox, safari.
This is something that is clearly lacking... while clipping the website is interesting, you still depend on the website elements, the website not being updated, etc.
I think the extension should provide the options of: Getting a screenshot of the entire page or getting a screenshot of the page above the fold
Like this: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/alelhddbbhepgpmgidjdcjakblofbmce
Why? For designers, copywriters, etc. this feature will be Killer!!!
3) Last but not least.. I use Evernote for work and personal data.
but I pay for my account with my personal email address... the problem when I want to email a note, the from address is ALWAYS my personal email address... will be cool if you allow to pick the From address, so for work related issues I can email from there.
I hope there is a way of doing this things and I\'m not finding them... If not guys, I really encourage you to develop them.
I got my whole team at MindValley.com using you guys (and lots of my friends), this are the features that will make our experience waaaaaaaaaay better.
Thanks for listening
Posted by: Juan | Sep 11, 2010 4:45:20 AM
I'm a new EverNote user -- I've been looking for a product like this for quite some time. I especially like the cross-platform capability, which seems to work well. I don't particularly like the "busy" appearance of the program on my Mac (OS X), and in fact I think the iPad graphical interface is superior.
Posted by: Ted A. Campbell | Sep 15, 2010 12:44:23 PM
Dear Mr. Libin, CEO of Evernote,
Evernote has to be the single worst application experience I have ever had in my 28 years using applications (since 1983). When I attempt to edit an Evernote "note" the system goes into perpetual stall mode, literally on every keystroke. each stall lasting from 25 seconds to a full minute! You can imagine how aggravating and time-consuming this would be for someone like myself who writes 250 to 1500 words per day. To make matters even worse, I attempted to export an Evernote "note" to MS-Word. When I try to access the document inside Word it crashes and goes into a non-stop stall forcing the user to abandon Word and reboot! Has your group even beta tested this application???? Before jumping on the Evernote bandwagon, I kept hearing from partisan users like book publisher, author and keynote speaker Michael Hyatt, is how "magnificent" and "revolutionary" Evernote is. However, I am having an absolute, pitiful experience with Evernote!!! The only place I'd recommend Evernote, based on my personal experience quite frankly, is the garbage. I'm sorry for publicizing my disdain, but that's how poor an experience Evernote has proven to be for me. I have invested in a couple hundred hours with Evernote, giving it ample opportunity. A sadder commentary yet, is the lack of follow up by Evernote technical support despite sending several emails describing my experience with this defect or bug with Evernote. Unless you consider an auto responder an attempted solution. Additionally, Evernote provides zero telephone support. I am way under impressed Mr. Libin with the Evernote experience. Yes, conceptually it is an awesome application, but in practice a nightmare. Sorry to report that my next communication will be to go on Twitter and bemoan my Evernote experience. I wish that weren't the case, and that I could go on Twitter and Facebook with nothing but rave reviews. Regretfully, Robert Leavitt, CEO & President, R Leavitt Communication Group, San Diego, CA
Posted by: Robert | Sep 20, 2011 5:57:14 PM