syntaxfree 1 Posted July 9, 2013 Share Posted July 9, 2013 I tagged this as Windows because it's what I use at work, but I also use a Mac at home; it kind of applies to both. It would be useful to be able to split all attachments in a note into individual notes. Use cases: Sometimes I get folder shares with academic literature reviews and individual PDFs for each paper reviewed. I have a curated collection of academic papers myself, and tend to write my own notes next to the PDF attachment in an "Academic literature" folder. I have rules in Gmail so that messages from people from certain groups that contain Word and PDF attachments get sent straight into Evernote. This is great automation, and makes the Premium feature of search-into-Word shine bright -- I can find files no one else can, because filenames only go so far when there's ad hoc versioning and merging going on. (I live poised on the edge of academia and corporate). I'd still like to be able to annotate received attachments easily.Right now I have a note with over 25 PDFs that's making me unhappy. Why dump so many PDFs into Evernote you say? Search, silly, search. Link to comment
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