Fuchsteufel 0 Posted September 23, 2008 Share Posted September 23, 2008 I'm starting to use EN 3 (both Windows and Web versions), testing it out to see how well it functions for:[*:2jxrbj5q] Note-taking[*:2jxrbj5q] General document writing[*:2jxrbj5q] General information organisation[*:2jxrbj5q] Web clipping and organisation[*:2jxrbj5q] Web bookmarks replacementSo far, I find EN works fairly well for all categories but the last: It's just not a very efficient system for quickly finding and launching web bookmarks (or any shortcuts for that matter). First the good news: Finding a "note" by navigating the tag tree is great. I love your hierarchical tag system for organising links or documents. I imported my links from delicious (about 500), then spent a few minutes organising the tags into hierarchies. It's perfect.First problem: There isn't a fast text search for finding notes. I want it to work like the Firefox or Chrome URL bars: start typing text, and it incrementally starts finding all notes in your DB that match based on tags or titles (maybe even indexed text content). Second problem: launching. Once a bookmark is found, I have to click twice: once to "open" the note, and again to launch the link.Obviously, a browser bookmarking tool needs to be much more streamlined. Minimal number of steps or clicks: type in search text, or drill down into a tree, click the found link once, at it's launched. Ideally this would be in a browser plugin/toolbar, but a separate app or web page could possibly be just as fast.Anyone else (attempting to) use Evernote as their primary bookmark launcher? Link to comment
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