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OSX- Note time audit


unixjedi

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Not sure if there is a way to within a note to automatically add the addition time.

Example Have a note opened as a Customer issue

I start the tracking at Monday 12pm. Add info.

Then come back at 2 PM to add more info.

It would be good if Evernote picked up that this was  new entry within the note.


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Rob

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Two dates are maintained in the note metadata:    
Date Created    
Date Updated

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3 hours ago, unixjedi said:

Not sure if there is a way to within a note to automatically add the addition time.

Example Have a note opened as a Customer issue

I start the tracking at Monday 12pm. Add info.

Then come back at 2 PM to add more info.

It would be good if Evernote picked up that this was  new entry within the note.


Thanks

Rob

You can use a hot key to put the date/time into the note each time it is edited.  I use a PhraseExpress hotkey (Shift+Ctrl+;) to put 2020.01.08 11:29 AM into notes in which I want this kind of tracking.

 

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1 hour ago, CalS said:

You can use a hot key to put the date/time into the note each time it is edited.  I use a PhraseExpress hotkey (Shift+Ctrl+;) to put 2020.01.08 11:29 AM into notes in which I want this kind of tracking.

Mac keyboard shortcuts for    2020-01-08 12:16 PM 

⇧ ⌘ D Insert Date
⌥ ⇧ ⌘ D Insert Time
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