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Evernote for Android Gets Improved Note Editing

Evernote for Android Gets Improved Note Editing

作者: Andrew Sinkov 發佈日期: 17 十二月 2013

作者: Andrew Sinkov 發佈日期: 17 十二月 2013

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Today’s Android update is all about dramatically improving the note creation and editing process. We’ve also added a nice feature for Evernote Business users to make browsing through Business notes easier. Let’s take a look.

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Better Attachments

One of the things that makes Evernote so useful is that you can keep everything related to a project — text, images and audio — together in one note. The new Android update lets you not only add attachments, but it also places these files in-line within the note. So you can see everything in the right place as you scroll through.

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Better Editing

If you are like many Evernote users, then you’re creating notes across a variety of platforms. It used to be that when you tried to edit one of these notes on Android, you were likely to wipe out much of the text styling. Not anymore. Now, Evernote for Android has expanded its support for styles created in other versions of Evernote. Also, if a given style is unsupported on Android, the app will allow you to edit the content, while maintaining the styling so that it displays correctly when viewed on other platforms.

External Keyboard Support

If you use a tablet for research and long-form note taking, then you likely have an external keyboard. Evernote now offers full keyboard support, including a number of special keyboard shortcuts:

  • Create New Note: Shift + Control/Command + N
  • Bullet: Shift + Control/Command + U
  • Numbered list: Shift + Control/Command + O
  • To-do: Shift + Control/Command + T

Evernote Business

We’ve added a home screen item that jumps Evernote Business users directly into their Business notes. And, to save time, Evernote Business users can now define a preferred notebook for notes created when they’re in the Evernote Business view.

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And More…

In addition to all of these updates, we’ve also fixed numerous issues to make the application faster and more reliable. Take a look and let us know what you think.

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  • Marcel

    Nice to hear about an update but it is still not really possible to edit notes on android because of this bug that still exists even in this new version:

    http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/48653-spaces-are-lost-after-editing-on-android-%E2%86%92-problem-in-en-for-windows/

    And…
    After syncing within a note on android the note disappears and I am not able to open it any more. This has not happend before this update.

  • Marcel

    Nice to hear about an update but it is still not really possible to edit notes on android because of this bug that still exists even in this new version:

    http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/48653-spaces-are-lost-after-editing-on-android-%E2%86%92-problem-in-en-for-windows/

    And…
    After syncing within a note on android the note disappears and I am not able to open it any more. This has not happend before this update.

  • Jason Conkling

    Yet still no support for the 3M Post-It notes? Disappointed. Again.

  • Marcel

    Thanks for looking into it!

    I have re-installed Evernote on Android and now the sync-issue is solved.

    The other issue (Spaces are lost) is still present.

  • Marcel

    Thanks for looking into it!

    I have re-installed Evernote on Android and now the sync-issue is solved.

    The other issue (Spaces are lost) is still present.

  • Bob Green

    After creating several bulleted or numbers lists on my laptop I go to add bullet point using my tablet (Android) and Evernote is telling me the note is a webclip and can not be edited. I click on the item and an edit field open at the bottom of the screen. I can only fix a word or add some new text not within the bullet list. It’s absolutely horrible. Why can’t I insert an additional bullet point?

  • Bob Green

    Update to my bulleted list complaint…My bulleted list included a horizontal line to separate two sections. As soon as you introduce that horizontal line from the toolbar on the laptop, the tablet and smartphone (both android) versions become “webclips” and no longer are editable.

  • Rikki

    All I want is those same editing features that are offered on iOS. Such as the strike-through, indentations, insert a horizontal line (with control over it), etc. I’m tired of it not allowing me to edit the note and putting my additions to the bottom/top, and instead needing to go back into the desktop version to “clean up” the note. Why not just get the formatting supported across all of the devices?? I know iOS does it, because I had it for the last 2+ years. Now why not Android?

    • Ken

      All – Evernote promised an update to editing styled notes with Android yet the issue is the same before the update. Now, 2 months later, the issue remains an issue.

  • Ken

    There was no update made to improve Android editing styled notes. All styling is lost when editing a styled note in the Android client.