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  2. Dr. Davis, TaskClone can take the whole note or individual task items. It works with either one or the other. I'm the developer behind it and I can assure you it will send individual items as email to anywhere, including Zapier's Email Parser. I suspect the Zapier only solution was not successful because the underlying HTML in Evernote notes is not consistent as related to checkboxes so a common filter would not work reliably. If you interested, sign up for a TaskClone account and the support team can walk you through any difficulties.
  3. I used Zapier for a bit but it was not a very good or dependable solution. TaskClone is good but it does not pick the individual item it takes the whole note. Everyone who is using Evernote and Smartsheet would love this integration. Please let Ian Small know that I am waiting to see a video on this one item.
  4. Or go full premium and maybe EN can then justify letting someone spend a little time making the login page less confusing 😁I wish I had a nickel for every time someone here answered a "help my notes are gone" question. Considering what we see here I can just imagine the number that the full support network must get. I did learn something here. I also have a user name and always assumed that I could login with either my user name or email address. I haven't tried but from @oaxaca_one's experience it sounds like that would just create a second account, so thanks for the heads up. Glad to hear you found your notes.
  5. They've got lots on their plate, but without being able to give a direct quote, I'm pretty sure they're thinking about it. Not sure how high to the top of the list it is at this point given Evernote is one of the most integrated apps with others out there. The existing API definitely has issues, but it's more robust than most also.
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  7. I get it people like to share. And on occasion I need to and want to as well. But why does it have to be green? Why can't it be gray? Or without a box at all? I don't typically share my notes. My work and workflow is not now I use Evernote. So why do I have to have a big green pimple on my interface? Yeah, I get it about branding but it's a distraction. Just like the red dots on icons in the tool bar or the blue pimple's that (evil) Adobe is using as well. So, Evernote, take a re-think, take a different path. You're doing great things and I'm excited about what I'm seeing, but if you're going to keep the big, obnoxious Share button, how about at least giving users an option to make it gray, more demure, less "get the ___k over here and hit me ___n it." Give some respect to your user's and their attention span. The most important thing is functionality and the notes. Make it easier on my eyes, our eyes. Thanks.
  8. At this writing, June 2019, this is possible with TaskClone and Zapier together. Soon, you'll be able to do this with TaskClone alone. Today, TaskClone converts your Evernote todos into email. Zapier can parse incoming email and create tasks in 000s of apps including Todo. TaskClone will be adding an API connection to all Microsoft apps (Todo, Planner, Outlook) in the near future.
  9. This is unfortunately far more difficult than it should be, but is possible. You can use TaskClone to sift your notes for checkboxes and turn those into emails. Unfortunately, those emails can't go directly to Smartsheet because they haven't implemented that feature (even though their community has asked at least since 2015). However, there are many services, including Zapier that can parse that incoming email and create a task in Smartsheet. https://zapier.com/apps/email/integrations/smartsheet
  10. Explain more your goals. Evernote can't do what you are asking at the moment. IFTTT does have an "add checkbox" applet, but not sure it would accomplish what you seek.
  11. As you can see from the responses, there are as many preferred workflows as there are people. If you want to use Things with Evernote, TaskClone can help - https://www.taskclone.com/evernote-to-things-integration. I'm the developer behind TaskClone and after 7 years, I can assure you, almost nothing is perfect. There are many solutions to similar problems and you just pick one and iterate. Best of luck.
  12. It seems that the way to encrypt an entire note that can be edited without re-encrypting new text is to add the new text before the end of the note. e.g., add "END of Note" (or some notation at the end) and edit anything before that.
  13. I was told about the work-around using shared links. That'll work for me. I just didn't want to lose track of some info. all because it was in a spec. notebook and not a general one too. You see, I have short-term memory loss problems so notes in several places is important for me.
  14. I have an encrypted note (or all text withing a note). EN allows me to edit the note and it will remain encrypted when saved without selecting the new text for encryption. Also discovered that I can delete the encryption passphrase just by writing over it. I did this by mistake in trying to get into my encrypted note. I clicked it once and just started typing. The new text replaced the encryption icon. I then could not get into the encrypted text because the passphrase icon was replaced by this new text. I was able to recover the note in history and figured out that you have to double click the passphrase icon for the dialog box to pop-up. Surely it can't be that easy to loose access to an encrypted note?
  15. Glad you got it worked out. There's no problem with having two accounts, but you have to keep track. Back to the Local Notebook thing. If your notebooks are Local, I recommend moving to sync'd notebooks Also, for experience try exporting some notes to create a .enex file, then import the .enex file.
  16. gazumped — Thanks! It was actually easier than that: I deleted the earlier "MacBook Pro" from the Sync list and all was well. It (the Evernote god) kept the "Current" "MacBook Pro" so I didn't have to add it back. Case closed!
  17. Thanks gazumped! But, I think that Pocket works similar to Web Clipper. I'm currently using the latter, but I have to daily browsing to a lot of web pages looking for news that could be interesting. Thanks anyway for your time.
  18. Thanks everyone. My Mac has the fingerprint sensor, and I'm happy with my lock settings (don't have an iPhone, so those apps won't work for me). I was only looking for an extra layer for EN. If it doesn't exist, it is what it is. I can live with it.
  19. As long as the preaching goes on, at least they will stop singing 🥴
  20. I’ve had apps in the store where I clearly stated not to buy it for a specific thing and they still did and left reviews. I’ve seen apps where there was a long string of people leaving reviews for a place as they thought it was yelp etc etc. You'd be surprised. Also, I wasn’t suggesting Evernote push out a half-baked update. I was simply stating how people act on the App Store. Some percentage acts like children and sociopaths.
  21. Yes - and then rely on those who load a beta, crash their stuff and are whining away about it ! Since Apple launches a new OS every year AND the Adaption of apps to the new OS practically only starts when the developers beta is out, a complex app like EN will never be ready when the public beta starts. So who gives a f*** ? If you offer such an app, rushing things and releasing a bad product of your own is really no alternative !
  22. Glad you could solve this. Think about joining the cloud service ! It will create another layer of security for you. You could upload what is there during (probably) one month of going Premium, and then continue on Basic. Even when on basic, EN will not delete anything, they just restrict the upload of new stuff.
  23. Hi. Better to send your news to a 'read it later' app like Pocket - you can save anything worth keeping to Evernote later. I don't know of any way to filter a feed into Evernote other than by reading the content first.
  24. Geez, that is exactly what happened. When I started up Evernote, it unexpectedly asked me to sign in. To sign in, it asks for an email address. But, I had a user name, not email address (I signed up in 2013, I guess that's how they used to do it...) . So instead of just putting in my user name, I figured I needed to enter my email address--- which no doubt created a new account for me with -0- notes. I just tried signing in by putting my user name in the email field--- along with the password-- and violà! all my note/books are there. It would have been helpful if the Evernote sign-in field said "Email or User Name", for us old-timers that signed up with a user name. Thanks to all!
  25. ...On the 'one note / many notebooks' thing - it's a really bad idea if the content of that note might ever need changing. Best principles say notes should be unique so you that in the event of change you only have to visit the contents once, and duplications / conflicts never arise.
  26. Hi. Version 8.22 is now available - - and 8.16 was current at the end of last year, so they appear to have gone through several iterations of fixes and improvements. Since this (AFAIK) is not happening in isolation - new features are concurrently in development for several operating systems - it's not easy to say "we'll launch a new editor next month" when development work isn't complete and QA hasn't started, and other teams have their own versions to complete. Evernote haven't ever gone in for pre-launch announcements, and I wouldn't expect them to start.
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