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  2. Just an FYI, you can export an EN table to an ENEX and modify the ENML. However, changes relative to padding and the like are ignored when the note is brought back into EN. This used to work a ways back, but no more.
  3. Yeah, so with all this noise I downloaded Notion to take a look. Tried for 10 minutes to get a PDF to display in line and couldn't. Okay fine.
  4. How can Evernote not fix this hours after it's discovered? This sort of problem is so fundamental, they should do a code rollback to the previous version. In the meantime they're releasing dark mode improvements?! Evernote: why?!
  5. Of my 41,801 notes 21,633 are PDFs, some large but most not. !0% are 1 MB or larger. Data base is 21.3 GB. And I have no response time issues. My docked laptop is 6 years old with 8 GB of memory and a 256 GB SSD. I turn off all the services I can in Windows, particularly any of their data capture and indexing stuff. I also try to keep other concurrent processes at a minimum exclusive of cloud sync services and he like. All that being said, don't know what the twinkie dust is that prevents me from hitting the performance issues of others.
  6. Yes, sure it is, but I would rather avoid to project the EN screen to the caves walls ... the humidity will kill the gadgets before you’re done.
  7. The built in EN annotator is good enough for a neanderthal like myself...
  8. Okay, not sure I have the same concern with the Clipper, but I could be wrong. OTOH, I use a VPN with a built in ad/tracker blocker. And Brave.
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  10. Yes. I only mentioned it because Notion uses Blocks very similar to Wordpress
  11. Extrapolating slightly from this: part of the advantage Evernote's competitors have is precisely that Evernote already has so many users who are used to using it in a specific way, which can tend to make a business cautious about trying to get those users to do something different. (Search the forums for "WTF, where did my X go?") The competitors, starting from scratch, don't have anyone to disappoint or annoy, so they can start with when EN has developed and freely experiment from there. This is not a defense of everything EN has ever done or failed to do, just an observation about why competitors might seem to catch up or get ahead fast.
  12. I prefer a file cabinet notebook with notes flagged for "page ideas, project life, quotes, and sketches." Just wondering how you use the "number of photos" tag.
  13. Might be worth a chat with Zapier to see what they could do with the Outlook meeting other than send it to Evernote. Could Zapier generate your template as an email? They're one service I don't use much, so uncertain how flexible they can be.
  14. Unless someone raised this as a support request (subscribers only) or contacted them on Twitter @EvernoteHelps, they may not even know this is an issue yet. Sounds like a way to get around 2-step security anyway - might be a design decision not to allow 30-day access if 2-step is enabled...
  15. Oh that's an interesting idea. Like send it to a different end point and then from that point send it to Evernote? The problem is that I can't think of anything else other than Zapier (I guess IFTTT might be an option) that works automatically. Do you know where I could have zapier send that HTML from which I could use IFTTT to send that over to evernote? I'd prefer a direct Outlook->Zapier->Evernote integration if possible but will consider this as a last resort. I am making a case for using evernote org-wide to my boss by the end of the month and this styling issue is driving me crazy because other than that EN would have my full endorsement. Ugh.
  16. I have no experience with this sort of issue, but I wonder - could you output your report as a PDF document or an HTML email and simply send that already-formatted file to Evernote for inclusion in a note?
  17. They just started adding integration tools with Evernote so I can use the email feature and have my PDF's sent directly to Evernote. Redtube Beeg Spankbang
  18. It may be that some folks are looking so desperately for an Evernote replacement that they're rushing to judgement on something which looks shiny and new. The most important thing (IM - not exactly - HO) is that whatever solution you choose, whether it's Keep or Notion or Bear or Evernote, it has to work for you. That's the only test. If you're happy with a method of working, it's not my place to tell you that you could, or should, change it. I keep on getting asked questions elsewhere about "what's the best...way / app / method / etc" and my stock answer is: I don't know. I know what works for me - Evernote in my specific case, (plus - in no specific order - Airtable, Filterize, Freeplane, MSOffice, RightNote and Google). But for everyone else - why don't you try what's available and see which you get on with best? In my experience of changing between to-do apps on a regular basis, I can more or less guarantee that all the players in the 'note taking' field (that is such a limited description!) will be catching up with each other in various ways - feature A will shine at one app, and then the others will catch up and one of the competition will now have feature B! Evernote's competition do have an unfair advantage - they're able to poach the development that Evernote pioneered and jump in with an almost perfect first product; and they can develop from there. Evernote has 250M(??) users and a heck of a bandwidth issue as all their connected devices check back with Home Base on a regular basis. They have a huge operation that runs - relatively - smoothly. Changes (as windows Desktop users found out recently) can cause disruption. And Evernote users (you may have noticed) are not shy of sharing their opinions and derision when things go wrong. Evernote is rightfully cautious of upsetting any apple carts in their development work - and they're normally fairly good at succeeding. So. I'm staying in touch with developments - I subscribed to both Filterize and Rightnote this year thanks to the Forums - I watch the webinars on Notion and other solutions, and fantasise about the interactive database / spreadsheet / calendar / personal assistant that I could probably build... if I spent some time getting thoroughly familiar with the environment, and then converted 45K notes... or I could just get on with my work. My view thus far - if it works, really - don't fix it!
  19. have notebooks for page ideas, project life, quotes, and sketches. The page ideas and sketches are tagged by the number of photos in the layouts. CCleaner Happy Wheels VLC
  20. Very interesting questions. Evernote do this very well. Last time when I gave a try to Notion it was months ago. Notion Is not good for me becouse don't have a "document camera", but only with iphone camera. This add a lot of workaround to my workflow and I make a intensive use of document camera. Evernote have the best document camera I ever used on mobile device. I think that Notion is overstimated.
  21. I think I didn’t explain clearly the suggestion was to use a template INSTEAD of a zap. I had a simple scenario. I was using a zap to create an empty daily journal note at 3 am every morning. With a template I would just create a new note from a template when I want to journal. I’m not sure what to do in your case, it sounds more complex.
  22. Ah yes, I tried that too. Good thought but it seems to be something that happens at the API level so I'd need an example of a table that is styled at a fixed width and sent through API and appears correctly in EN. Thank you though, appreciate it!
  23. I posted an actual table, generated by the Evernote editor. I used my Mac to copy the code from the content.enml file
  24. Thanks you so much for your response! My tables were styled similar to the note you appended but the problem is that evernote somehow clears out that style applied. I even tried being creative with padding and that didn't work either. Width styling only gets stripped out as it relates to tables it seems - any other random div is unaffected. Is this a table that works with Evernote's API? If yes, what integration is that for?
  25. Here's a sample of Evernote's enml code for this sample table edit: an actual table, generated by the Evernote editor. <!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/enml2.dtd"><en-note><div><div><br /></div><table style="border-collapse: collapse; min-width: 100%;"><colgroup><col style="width: 205px;" /><col style="width: 89px;" /><col style="width: 232px;" /><col style="width: 130px;" /></colgroup><tbody><tr><td style="width: 205px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div>a</div></td><td style="width: 89px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div>b</div></td><td style="width: 232px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div>c</div></td><td style="width: 130px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div>d</div></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 205px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 89px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 232px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 130px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 205px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 89px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 232px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 130px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 205px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 89px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 232px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 130px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 205px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 89px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 232px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 130px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 205px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 89px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 232px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td><td style="width: 130px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"><div><br /></div></td></tr></tbody></table><div><br /></div></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div></en-note>
  26. Hi there! I've contacted support and I am still waiting to hear back but in the meantime I wanted to ask this community in case you have any ideas. I am using Zapier to integrate Outlook meetings with Evernote. I have a zap set up that creates a new note in Evernote every time a new meeting invite is sent to my Outlook calendar. The new note has a pre-set template that includes some information extracted by Zapier from the Outlook invite and along with some additional pre-set info I want every meeting note to contain (follow up tasks and decisions, meeting notes etc.). This new note styled in HTML in Zapier (I made sure the styling is ENML compliant) relies on tables to organize this information. Unfortunately, it seems that there's a breakdown that happens on Evernote's end that cleans out any styling of the tables that relates to width or spacing and removes any custom widths. Everything else shows up exactly as intended except for the widths. I triple checked with Zapier support that the breakdown doesn't happen on their end and they checked their logs being sent over to confirm their fields are being cleaned out by Evernote. Zapier support (side note: their customer support is stellar, even for free users) even offered to help me through the issue if Evernote can give us an example of an HTML table that works with their API and has a custom width. They said if Evernote can give us an example of table that works we can use that to build a note that does what I need. Does anyone here have any pointers or know of any examples we can use?
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