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  2. Yeah I get that. Mobile has to sacrifice something as it's not big enough and a totally different interaction with the user as well. I guess I've just never been a big fan of the iOS version. I used to have an Android and I liked that quite a bit. I was using the iOS version on my iPad Air 2 in a meeting today and was trying to switch between two different notes and it was kind of a pain. I love the Mac version. Or maybe I should say that I prefer the Mac experience over Windows. It would just be nice if it wasn't "lagging" as you said. That sort of stuff always gets me wanting to try something else.
  3. Mark Miller

    MacOS 10.14 Mojave causing Evernote Crash

    It will be available via direct download in our next beta release (7.3 beta 1). Eventually it will get into the Mac App Store when we release our 7.3 GA (general availability) update.
  4. I don't use the business card function in Evernote but I DO use the Android camera scanning widget a lot. I find it frustrating when scanning a business card (or something that kind of looks like it might be a business card) and I am prompted to select what kind of document I want to save it as because the app thinks it's a business card. I don't use the business card function so I'd really like to just bypass this prompt altogether. In my mind, if I have the app set to document then it's a document (automatic mode). If I have it set to "mountain" then it's a plain photo (manual mode). I've already told it what the type is. There are far too many clicks and taps as it is to get a note saved. Did I mention that I don't use the business card function in Evernote? Here's a thought, make business card one of the settings in the upper right corner of the app. Instead of "automatic mode" and "manual mode" there can be 3 and you call them "Doc", "Bus" and "Mountain". Then, if you are scanning a business card you can tell it so even before taking the pic. Then it won't have to prompt us about saving it as a business card.
  5. Hello, I'm quite a long time Evernote user. However, recently I find that it is hard to be productive on Evernote. Save search work incorrectly on Android (I know that logout and login will solve this issue, but have to do this a few time a day is too bad), can't set what image to use as a note's thumbnail, and much more. I just find out today that there is a new service, called Notion.So. Gonna give it a try but would like to know the opinion of others who have test it. Thank you in advance.
  6. Sayre Ambrosio

    Can't login to skitch

    To get around it not allowing business accounts at the moment, I log in with my personal account and then when I'm done I just transfer it over. Not a great workaround but it gets you there. On macOS Mojave there is a built-in feature that is similar to Skitch. I have been trying that out and it is also a good option until business accounts are supported.
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  8. LeslieTNT

    Scanning a Month-At-A-Glance Calendar

    Okay, this turned out to be a real pain. I had to drag the thumbnail from my Mac desktop to the Evernote Table, but there's no way for the rows to be even. I've tried multiple times and, officially, give up on this method. Tomorrow, I'll see if I can use the transparent carrier sheet to do this. Thanks for your help. Incidentally, I really have to struggle to get the formatting toolbar to show for the note. This is annoying, but probably won't use it much. LeslieTNT
  9. Sayre Ambrosio

    MacOS 10.14 Mojave causing Evernote Crash

    Oh thank goodness. I keep telling people that you were on it and I would let them know. A few were ready to jump ship. As soon as I install and test I will let them know. Can’t wait for the update. 👍🏼 Oh will it be for Direct download only or both?
  10. Uwe Moeschel

    Evernote for Mojave

    Wow, that would be awesome... hoping soon is really soon. 🙂
  11. You might try a File - Exit to reset EN. Something funky is going on for sure, but before you go to the trouble of a reinstall a reset is worth a try.
  12. Mark Miller

    Evernote for Mojave

    @Actors @JMichaelTX @GCCMD @andrewlwood @Sayre Ambrosio @Uwe Moeschel We have a fix for this particular crash and will be releasing an update soon.
  13. Mine is definitely not pasting as any sort of table, hence the lack of upgrade table. I will try uninstalling and reinstalling the program.
  14. Mark Miller

    MacOS 10.14 Mojave causing Evernote Crash

    @Sayre Ambrosio @Uwe Moeschel @GCCMD @PaulvSchaik We have a fix for this particular crash and will be releasing an update soon.
  15. Just to be clear. The table has two columns; a left cell and a right cell. You drag one page into the left cell. You drag the other page into the right cell
  16. LeslieTNT

    Scanning a Month-At-A-Glance Calendar

    Sorry for delay . . . had to leave and then heavy rain slowed me down getting back AND the computer response time down. 1. Format Tables Insert Menu greyed - out as I said. 2. Unable to take screen shot; don't know why. Mac is usually good about this, but trying to do so crashed Evernote. However, eventually, the menu everyone has mentioned suddenly showed up. I tried formatting the note (two pages of a calendar) directly = no joy. I then created a new note, inserted a table, dragged the two pages in and, as usual, I have two vertical pages. Not at all what I need. I'm beginning to think this can't be done which is a big, big issue for me. I'd assumed there was some way to move the scanned pages into position. There's no scanning option on my ScanSnap IS500 to do this, although I may try scanning the pages through the plastic filter back to back. This has produced side-by-side output in the past, but will be horrifically slow going for my purposes. LeslieTNT
  17. AlanNotes

    Tasks, Reference, Projects(Tag Based Workflow)

    OK, so it sounds like any note marked as actionable works at scale from your experience. I had thought about using a date based method, but I thought that I would have to come up with several arbitrary dates to make this work, so I left it as general now, soon, later, etc. I'm going to try out a similar project structure, because I don't like how I'm currently doing that, there is too much tagging and untagging to organize projects. I use reminders right now to sync to calendar notes that have specific due dates and I also use them to "pin" important notes in snippet view for reference material. Thanks for the input DTLOw, I referenced a few of your posts when looking at systems to implement.
  18. I add action tags or reminders to notes and it works well for me. I have morphed to using reminders more than action tags across time. I still use action tags for those items not particularly date sensitive. I do not use organization type task tags, I found them redundant to the when tag or the reminder. All of my action tags have ! as a prefix, facilitates tag drop down selection and tag column sorting. I have added a few action tags for my work flow I have reminder searches for Today, Tomorrow, Late, Yesterday, etc. I have a hot key that puts _Completed yyyy.mm.dd into a note when it is done at which point I close the reminder or remove the action tag from the note. An _compl* search or a remimnderdonetime search returns completed tasks. I do not use a where tag anymore, it was just extra work of no value for me. I use =Lastname for people tags. I use .Projectname for project tags. I don't prefix reference or other material tags. Statement is Statement no d.Statement. I create parent tags to organize tags, not to help with any searching. So the Accounts parent tag has child tags for each account be it utility, insurance, whatever. 38.000 notes 400 tags, 6 notebooks plus Inbox and Scans for clearing house. 1,321 notes have had a reminder on them at some point in time, 122 active at the moment. End of the day it has to feel right to you. I migrated from action tags to reminders for "current" tasks because I became more productive as opposed to shuffling the tags. I still use the action tags for further out tasks, and oftentimes those tasks will get a reminder date at some point. This was a reasonably simple transition using EN. So I wouldn't be too worried. FWIW.
  19. EdH

    Evernote for Windows 6.13 Beta 3

    Thank you for getting back to us @Austin G. Glad someone is reading the forums. 😀 Any indication when a new beta build may drop? I don't want to go to the hassle of uninstalling/reinstalling if you we are only a few days away from a new build that resolves the sync error you noted.
  20. DTLow

    Evernote for iOS - Multi-page hand written notes

    One of the great things about Evernote is that you're not restricted to the Evernote editor. A note can contain files of any format. On my iPad, I use the Notability app for my handwritten notes. The notes are stored in Evernote in pdf or native format, or both. I have no problem with multi-page handwritten notes.
  21. DTLow

    Tasks, Reference, Projects(Tag Based Workflow)

    This is the system I use. Any note can be tagged as Actionable. >>When("!" and "1-6") I use a date based system; storing the start date using the Reminder feature The Reminder feature also stores completion date/status  My Current Task List is a saved search: reminderOrder:* -reminderTime:day+1 -reminderDoneTime:* >>Calendar / Reminders: Sync to google calendar with Cronofy I use scripting on my Mac; sync'd to Apple Calendar/Reminders >>Projects - Notes is all notebooks with any .Active tag(used for active projects)  For my Project processing, tasks and projects are linked with a tag tag: !Project-aaaaaaaaaa For Project Reviews, I list my project notes in title sequence, and use a prefix to control the sequence -Project Master Note ttTask (Next Action) tTask tTask Misc. Project Note
  22. Hi everyone, I was recently re-vamping how I organized things in Evernote and moved from a notebook based structure to a tag-based one. The goal is to do both task management and keep reference material in Evernote. When I started setting up this structure, I focused on separating my task workflow from my reference workflow. However, as I continue to use this system, I have debated on just keeping my when and where tasks tags and freely marking any of my notes if some action is required. If anyone is doing this, let me know how it is working. I have about 1000 notes right now, and the system seems to be working well, but I want to make sure I'm not missing any gaping holes that will make it hard to find information later when I have many more notes, and it would be harder to restructure. This tag organizational system is already influenced by other tagging systems and users here on the forum(thanks!). My main hang-ups are how to tie projects together efficiently with individual tasks, how to prevent my someday items from clogging up my task list, and if my current reference structure is specific enough to find the information again down the road. I've also been tinkering with the idea of adding context for energy level(ex: high energy tasks/brain dead tasks.) Any ideas and feedback are welcome! I will be adding the structure of my system below. Summary info: Primary Evernote platform: Windows (also use android and web) Notebooks: 6 Tags: ~ 94 Notes: ~983 Notebooks: !nbox Dumping ground Actions Where all tasks live Cabinet Where all reference material lives Completed Where completed tasks live Templates General templates for tasks, projects, meetings, etc Travel Special Notebook just to place notes I want access to offline(since this is done by notebook) Task tags: "." Indicates organization tag for tasks tags. No notes get this tag. .Projects(~) .Active .Complete .Inactive .Master (All projects view) "~" Tag for active projects and can pull reference and tasks notes together. .When("!" and "1-6") !Daily 1-Now 2-Next 3-Soon 4-Someday 5-Waiting 6-Tickler (Added this to move all waiting for tasks with a specific date to the tickler group) Reminder(not a tag) .Where(@) @Home @Work @Errand (Tasks the are done while out and about or need to be done during the 8-5 business day.) .Who <- Wasn't sure how to use this effectively(ended up using arrows to indicate who was responsible) ->john-smith (something I gave john to do) -john-smith> (something john gave me to do) Reference Tags: "+" Indicates organization tag for Reference tags. No notes get this tag. +Scope(s.) s.home s.work s.dog s.health s.health.fitness s.health.bills s.finance +Document(d.) d.bill d.email d.photo d.recipe +Entity(w.) <- can use short first name for well known contacts w.Lastname-Firstname1 w.BUSINESS_NAME w.name1 For more granularity to focus in on a subset of any category and additional "." can be used: Ex: s.work.expenses Ex: s.health.fitness Calendar / Reminders: Sync to google calendar with Cronofy Using this structure workflow notes: Things start in Inbox as a dumping ground and move to reference or tasks Tasks must at minimum have a when tag, but most likely have a when and where tag Reference notes must have at least one tag Saved Searches: I used saved searches to enforce top list view for tasks and snippet view for reference generally I used a saved search to look for notes in reference that don't have a tag and notes in tasks that don't have a when tag I add my task and reference saved searches to shortcuts and they include: Inbox - Notes in Inbox in top list view Actions - Notes in Actions in top list view Home - Notes in Actions with @Home tag in top list view sorted by tag Work - Notes in Actions with @Work tag in top list view sorted by tag Errands - Notes in Actions with @Errand tag in top list view sorted by tag Projects - Notes is all notebooks with any .Active tag(used for active projects) s.topic1 - Notes with a specific scope tag that I use frequently in snippet view Cabinet - All Reference material in snippet view Recent Activities - Recent Notes (any: updated:day-2 created:day-2)
  23. TK0047

    Without touching the trackpad, How do I.....

    It sounds like you are asking for the Mac OS app, is that correct?
  24. Re-posting from other forum and absolutely agree with this: "I am a very big Evernote fan using this application in my business environment. Here I especially make use of the feature of taking hand written notes with my iPad and my Apple Pencil. By doing so I'm constantly facing one issue:When finishing 1 hand written page there's no easy way to add a second page in order to keep a natural note flow. Instead, the page needs to be saved and then the cursor needs to be put after the note before another hand written page can be inserted manually. This process hurts to be honest." OneNote and other apps do the canvas expansion/page addition much better. Please don't let me go I am a long-term Evernote fan, user and Premium customer.
  25. Myles McGinley

    Tangle - make connections between your notes automatically

    @bounce def want to hear your and @TK0047 thoughts. We are starting out as a website. Have both desktop and mobile apps on the roadmap.
  26. 안녕하세요. 지난 몇 년간 Evernote는 Microsoft Outlook, Salesforce, Google Drive, Slack 등 여러 가지 강력한 앱들과 통합 기능을 구축함으로써 팀워크를 더욱 수월하게 만들어 왔습니다. 이 통합을 통해 Microsoft 및 Office 365 사용자를 위한 통신 허브 역할을하는 Microsoft Teams 앱에서 Evernote 컨텐츠를 공유, 고정, 편집 및 검색 할 수 있습니다. * https://evernote.com/intl/ko/integrations/microsoft * https://blog.evernote.com/ko/2018/06/20/introducing-evernote-for-microsoft-teams/ 감사합니다.
  27. Mark Miller

    Can't login to skitch

    Unfortunately Business Accounts are not supported by Skitch at this time.
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