Loquos 9 Posted January 13, 2013 Share Posted January 13, 2013 One of my projects for 2013 is to buy a new bottle of wine every time I'm out grocery shopping, thus giving me a chance to try something new and build up my "wine cellar" after my equatorial move. After buying the 4th bottle, I realized that it was going to be increasingly difficult to remember which ones I had already bought. I've started a very simple list (currently only 4 lines long) and I'm trying to figure out the best way to utilize Evernote so that while I am out shopping, I can pull up the note (once I pay for the premium services, of course) and see what I've already bought so I don't buy it again. I would love to have the ability to then on the spot add the new wine I buy to the EN list, but this part is a "wish" more than a "need". I'm trying to figure out the best way to do this in Evernote. Any suggestions?I've already tried a simple spreadsheet in OpenOffice, which I could then copy and paste into Evernote, but this removes the synching aspect, as if I made any changes, it would not update the OpenOffice file. I tried making a spreadsheet in Evernote, but then I lose the ability to sort alphabetically, which would make finding wines already purchased a lot easier. I've tried linking the OO spreadsheet, but then I cannot make any on-the-go changes.Are there other workarounds for this simple sort of task that I am overlooking? It really is a very simple list - just label, wine type, sub-type (for things like "fizzy" or "dessert wine") and a column for entering a rating once I have a chance to taste it. The only functionality I'm missing in a EN-only table is the alpha-sort. The only functionality I'm missing in any other solution is the synch. Help! Link to comment
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