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Seeking more-efficient, large-notebook-processing workflow



I have "inbox" notebooks with hundreds (growing to possibly thousands) of notes, most of them scanned or web-clipped. I need to process and file them blindingly fast for both significant business and personal application. Example process: annotating and tagging each note, and filing in separate notebooks for processing by coworkers. The problems below inhibit a more-efficient workflow. Does Evernote value resolving these use cases?


  1. Preserve note-list location after moving note from a notebook
  2. Lack of "last notebook moved to" keyboard shortcut


(Possibly more references to be added later as discovered.)


Separately: Evernote + Fujitsu ScanSnap + Preview.app (on Mac) offers a fantastic and wonderful solution. Good show. Best stuff I've seen/tried yet. Not all high-efficient-procedures are documented well (e.g.: splitting, merging, reordering .pdf pages), especially for keyboard jockeys like me, and take some investigative effort+time to discover, if they exist. Addressing the above stuff gets much closer to optimal, at least for current-computing state of the art.

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