Agree with this. I would love to be able to set different symbols to have a different subject. That was when the email is received I can automatically categories and sort them.
11 Dec, '17 Guido Langenfeld
I strongly support this suggestion!
28 Jan, '18 Alex
Every email has Rocketbook and the time stamp before the title of the notes. This makes it difficult to quickly see the specific subject of each email, especially on mobile devices which abbreviate email subject lines.
An option in the settings to abbreviate or simply removing the time stamp, leaving more room for unique subject titles, would be very helpful.
10 Apr, '18 Charles Stuckeman
Changing the Subject line will allow the emails or files to be searched. Now I have to take the file (PDF or JPEG) into the a new email with a more specific Subject line, in order to archive in email for later. I would rather do that labeling through the app during the initial scan.
15 Apr, '18 Laura McDonald
This will make it infinitely more usable for me. Among other things, it will make emails findable later, and allow automatic filing in Evernote (by using email-to-Evernote)! Right now it’s more efficient for me to take a regular photo and email it, or upload to Evernote directly so I can title the note and file it where I want it.
I wouldn’t make it automatic, set with destination settings. Just make it an option to edit a subject before sending, like how you can currently edit the filename.
02 May, '18 Michael Schowald
Must have ;-)
22 May, '18 B.
Changing the subject line for a particular destination will allow me to use email rules to place into an imap folder.
28 May, '18 Joel
This would really help with my planned usage. Filter in gMail could then auto categorize in folders. Please add this feature to destination setup.
21 Jul, '18 Michael
I was a bit astounded that putting in the name of the note doesn't result in sending the email with the name in the subject. That should be an easy fix. Just add the name to the email subject. Make it optional if you want. If I had known this I probably wouldn't have bought the product in the first place. It's not a feature request it's a fix. So please fix it. Thank you.
24 Jul, '18 Steve
Yes. Need this as some corporate networks see these emails as spam based on the subject line.
10 Sep, '18 Yvonne
I'm in with Michael. Was veeery surprised (disappointed) that changeing the name of the file doesn't result in setting the subject too.
12 Sep, '18 Matt
Agree with this, please implement alternate subjects for different symbols or allow user to specify before sending.
06 Jan Heather
The # naming at point of writing to name the file, is 100% improvement could this not be carried through to the email title?
07 Feb Morgan
I need to be able to search by the email subject if I scan pages from multiple meetings. An email subject of "Rocketbook Scan [Date-Time]" is completely useless to me. Without being able to set the email subject, having Rocketbook send the page scan to my email doesn't offer any substantial advantage over using a regular notebook and a photocopier.
21 Feb Tim
Totally agree with these other comments, adding subject for e-mail would be awesome.
16 Mar R
Not sure why this hasn't been implemented--so very basic and would greatly increase the utility and ease-of-use. As someone already observed, this isn't really a feature, is a basic operational fix. I like Rocketbook's products but it sometimes seems the company lives in the startup space--maybe is time to move into for-real product improvement space.
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