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I would like a simple way to email a note into a specific notebook


TimCD

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I also use Todoist. They have implemented this feature very simply.

Each task has an abbreviated menu. One of the items in that menu is an email icon. I click that icon and I get an address that I can use to forward an email directly into that task.

With Evernote, there is one email and it's buried in my settings. I'd like a simple menu feature in each Notebook that lets me email content directly into that notebook.

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Hi There,

Thanks for reaching out!

I'm not sure what subscription level you are, but if you're Premium or Business, you can do this by doing the following:

https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/209005347-How-to-save-email-into-Evernote

I'm not sure if you can do this via Tadoist, but hopefully somebody else here has a better idea if that's possible.

Let me know if you have any questions!

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On 9/14/2019 at 9:34 AM, TimCD said:

With Evernote, there is one email and it's buried in my settings. I'd like a simple menu feature in each Notebook that lets me email content directly into that notebook.

This option is supported by third party Filterize; two options

  • Filterize also offers you an address for every notebook.
  • Let Filterize organize your email notes; Just forward all your emails to your default notebook and use Filterize to organize them. Filterize is like your digital assistent, that can move notes into the right notebook, add tags and reminders for you

How do you keep track of all the addresses?

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You can add control information to the E-Mails header:

@ + notebook name for the designated notebook / "@mynotebook" will send it into mynotebook

# + tag name for the designated tag(s). If more than one, separate them by a "," plus a blank / "#2019, NEW" will assign the tags 2019 and NEW.

By using this, you send the E-Mail into the notebook and directly assign the tags. If you use a text expander, you can even create some shortcuts for the most frequently used notebook / tag combinations.

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