Partner Month, Windows 3.5, Walt Mossberg, iPad

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 22 Feb 2010

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 22 Feb 2010

Podcast MP3 | iTunes | Audio feed | Length: 37mins

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6 Comments RSS

  • Tom

    Questions I’d like you to cover in a future podcast:

    1) any plans for note links in notes, like are available in Yojimbo? (Note links allow for jumping from one note to another)
    2) any plans for a button to clear-all-formatting in notes, like in gmail?
    3) any plans to allow automatic filling of the author field in new notes?

  • Angeli

    Puhleeze, please…change the clipper back to the old version. The new one on 3.5 is so cumbersome and the previous version (3.1) was so nifty – I used it all the time! I LOVE EVERNOTE!

  • Mike Nash

    Podcast Question: Are there any plans to support creating a tables within Evernote?

  • Maxim Bibikov

    I’m very missing the notes tape in 3.5. Can you give it back to me?

  • Nancy | Bitrate Calculator

    Thnx for offering this content as an mp3 download. I much prefer this format so I can listen to the content whilst out walking or in the car.

  • Dane Collins

    The use cases you present in the podcast are valuable but one of the areas you never seem to touch on that I could use help with is searching strategies.

    It seems like (especially from the iPhone) I have trouble getting a search narrowed down enough. I found some tricks that are helping (attach a tag to stuff you want to exclude and use the -tag:) but I think covering the tricks you use would be helpful.

    Also any chance we’ll get a -notebook: search tag?