The 3 Features Missing From Evernote
1) Smart Merging. When processing notes in Evernote, two notes about the same thing often show up. While you can merge them in certain views, it could be made much more functionally intuitive and easier, perhaps by dragging one note on top of another, using a contextual menu, or activating the feature before selecting two or more notes to merge.
2) Contacts. Of course you can keep contacts as notes tagged with “contact,” but there should be a better way. Rather than create an entirely independent system for contacts, just enable contacts that sync with GMail/Android/Yahoo/iPhone contacts.
3) Share from Web Clipper. The Web Clipper is great and allows you to clip portions of blog posts and articles to Evernote, but what if you would rather immediately share that with a contact? With #2 in place, the Web Clipper offers the option to send the clipped portion to one of your contacts, either as a link via SMS, or as an email, or even directly to their Evernote inbox for trusted contacts. (!)
Potential Client: Evernote Corporation.
[13 Sept 2013: Evernote allows for sharing to email via Web Clipper, but you must manually enter an email address.]