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Any way to get displayed the number of attachments of each note in snippet view

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Hello everyone,

As the title mentions, is there any way to see the number of attachments each note has inside in snippet view? Because I use evernote as organizer and task manager and I rally would like to have that information without having to open each note.

 

any help will be appreciated,

 

Regards

 

Hugo

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It cannot be done automatically by the Evernote program. But you could add the count to the end of the title when you create or edit the note.

I do this with several types of notes. For instance, my receipts - I add the dollar amount to the end of the title. When I search for a specific vendor, I can quickly scan them for the amounts.

 

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1 hora atrás, jbenson2 disse:

It cannot be done automatically by the Evernote program. But you could add the count to the end of the title when you create or edit the note.

I do this with several types of notes. For instance, my receipts - I add the dollar amount to the end of the title. When I search for a specific vendor, I can quickly scan them for the amounts.

 

Thank you very much dear jbenson2, this a little complicate for me since I forward the emails that require follow up directly to evernote and then I process them from evernote, I work with several companies and I'm involved with several work projects and companies, some of the companies require me to have an email from them, so I have 8 email acounts, after a day of work, sometimes I have dozens and somesays a couple hundred emails, it's difficult to open all the notes one by one to see how many attachments they have.

Personally I think evernote should give options of workflow and productivity options for people like me that would prefer to have only one service for both organization and work planning/follow up.

In this regard evernote is very poor, i found myself having to use tools as Trello and I really would love to avoid it for the sake of simplicity, having to go from trello to evernote back and forward is really not ideal.

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