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  1. Learn the benefits of using Note Links in your day to day Evernote use in this wonderful article from PC World: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2887949/5-ways-to-use-note-links-evernotes-secret-weapon-for-getting-organized.html This article features: Creating a Table of ContentsReferencing notes in a presentationContextualizing your calendarSupercharging your To Do listBookmarking your favorite notes
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  2. That would be just too simple! The world does not run on simple and what works well anymore!
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  3. I see no reason why Evernote shouldn't just combine the two into one product, allowing the user to set the default view: for reading or for clipping.
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  4. Hey guys, just wanted to post this quote in case you missed it in the Windows forum. IMO, it is a very good sign that things are changing. Evernote Windows has a new Product Manager: @Stephane Lo. Quote from her first post:
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  5. Thanks for the suggestion DTLow, but that still doesn't differentiate the KIND of web clip. csihilling: I get that it doesn't work that way, that's why I'm suggesting a new option. For me there IS no prevalent clip type, sometimes I'm saving bookmarks, sometimes articles, sometimes full pages... it'd just be good to even have some way of searching if the ability to change tags for tag types isn't going to happen, for example even as DTLow suggested, source:web.clip::bookmark or source:web.clip::simplified_article... then I could tag them as such in bulk.
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  7. We've updated the SSO again on the vendor side--they believe they located the major issue with sign outs. Let me know if you keep getting dropped.
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  8. Thanks, Indiana Jones. I think I'll just leave it and deal with it. I don't want to risk messing up any of the Parallels settings :-)
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  9. as always, i recommend reading the terms of service and privacy policies. personally, i don't see this as a serious alternative to evernote, especially for a power user. your mileage may vary. https://www.everhelper.me/terms-and-contitions.php https://www.everhelper.me/privacy.php
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  10. I just signed up and played with it very briefly. One of the better note taking products I've seen. It's possible I'm missing something but my observations are: Pros 1. Subfolders as many levels deep as you want. 2. Appears as though you can share folders at any level you want, i.e. what would be the equivalent of being able to share a stack in EN. Cons 1. No grouping of tags, that's huge. 2. In Evernote if you select a stack, you can see all notes in the the notebooks in that stack, that's an awesome feature. In Nimbus if you select a folder, you can ONLY see
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  11. As evernote recentered his development on a narrowed application span, maybe they will be able to finally develop a native evernote native linux desktop application. Hopefully, 2016 will bring this gift to us. Maybe we can ask at least for a big survey managed and send by evernote itself.
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  12. Hello, a Linux app will be very nice. The Linux Community is getting bigger and I think that should be a official release for this market. I'm goint to be one of users too.
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  13. +1 for a native Linux Evernote! I use EN extensively both for work and home. It's now the only program keeping me on Windows.
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  14. I'm really surprised that there isn't a native Linux client. I'd love to have Evernote sitting alongside the Steam and Spotify in the Unity launcher on my Ubuntu Linux desktop. Not to mention that Evernote is a little more important to my productivity than music and videogames. If Evernote wants to appeal to more paying subscribers, I'd think they'd want a client available for more desktops.
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  15. I'm sure 2015 will be THE YEAR for Linux on Desktops Chhrrr Chhhrrr #Sorry4That
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  17. +1 for EN for Linux. Just became a paying user for the 2nd time, but now that I've switched from my MBP laptop to my LM17 desktop I realized why I cancelled last time.
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  18. Although there isn't a way to do this in the Evernote client itself, ENML (the XML format Evernote notes are saved as) does provide a way. As a result, I've gotten kinda spoiled using bordaigorl's Sublime plugin for Evernote. It lets you write in Markdown, which gets converted to ENML when sent to Evernote. So, you can use block quotes and pre-formatted text blocks, in addition to various other XHTML tags that you don't normally get access to in the Evernote client. I think the easiest way to fake this in the current Evernote client is to make a 1x1 table. This will give you a box and some ma
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  19. Thanks Phils, but it's actually the opposite that is of more value to me: I want to have cloud-only folders that do not store the contents on the computer -- the contents of these notebooks are ONLY stored in the cloud. My Macbook Air has such little storage capacity, and I use Evernote to store so much that it's impossible to sync all my notebooks locally on this computer. But the Evernote desktop software is so superior to the web-based version. There does not seem to be a solution.
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  20. There's been a lot of discussion and many requests in the past about being able to selectively sync some notebooks (but not others) on the desktop version of Evernote. Has this feature been implemented yet? If not, is there any indication of when? (even a ballpark estimate?) With computer storage space shrinking and the greater need for cloud-only accessibility for some files, seems this feature is overdue. Thanks!
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