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Tony Shadwick

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  1. I had thought I'd submitted this last week, but maybe not... I have a handful of notebooks I use reguarly. I'd like it if we could have a short list of favorite notebook targets along with defaults. The two most common I use are "2015 Receipts" (whatever this year is) and "Bills and Invoices". Having to constantly run those two down is a small irritation. The other is what the default name of the document is. If we could set that it would be nice. That brings me to TextExpander support. I have a TextExpander snippet that will automatically produce "yyyymmdd - " for me, where today would be "20150722 - ". If the TextExpander SDK were supported, I could set my default document name to ";td" and it would automatically populate that for me, and in fact I could create snippets for my most common document titles, reducing keystrokes down to 2-3 before I'm ready to save. So yeah, all about reducing down the workflow. Snap, tap, tap, tap, done. TextExpander SDK: https://smilesoftware.com/sdk
  2. As of right now, we can set a "default" notebook in Scannable, but if you want to save a document elsewhere, you have to root through all of your notebooks to find the right one. Personally, I have 3 different notebooks I tend to save things to, and it would save me a great deal of time if I could set a short list of "favorite" notebooks.
  3. As of right now, we can set a "default" notebook in Scannable, but if you want to save a document elsewhere, you have to root through all of your notebooks to find the right one. Personally, I have 3 different notebooks I tend to save things to, and it would save me a great deal of time if I could set a short list of "favorite" notebooks.
  4. Who is your email provider? If it's Google, you can set up a bcc: rule to email yourself on all outgoing messages via their rules. If it's a linux/unix provider, you can set up a .procmailrc recipe to get the job done.
  5. Well, I don't see a simple way to pull this off from within Apple Mail directly. :\ The problem is that rules assume inbound. There's an Apple Mail Add-On: http://www.indev.ca/MailActOn.html That gives you outbound mail capability. Then save something like this as an AppleScript and have MailActOn trigger that: tell application "Evernote" activate create note with text the content of selection title subject of selection notebook "Sent Email"end tellJust so you can modify this to taste, that "create line" really is this: create note with text (the content of selection) title (subject of selection) notebook ("Sent Email") "the content of selection" and "subject of selection" are functions of Mail.app and are literally what I typed. You can change the notebook name between the quotes. All of the options available: create note v : Create a new note. You must specify exactly one of 'from file', 'from url', 'with text', or 'with html'.create note[from file file] : Clip the contents of the specified file.[from url text] : Clip the contents of the specified URL.[with text text] : Create a new note using the specified plain-text as content.[with html text] : Create a new note using the specified html as content.[with enml text] : Create a new note using the specified ENML as content. Do not include the <en-note> tags, only what should be between them.[title text] : Title for the new note.[notebook text or notebook] : Notebook in which to place the note. Can be the name of a notebook or an object reference. If no notebook with the specified name exists a new one is created. If no notebook is specified, the default notebook for the account is used.[tags list of text or list of tag] : Tags to assign to the new note. Can be the name of a tag or an object reference. If no tag with the specified name exists a new one is created.[attachments list of file] : Files to attach to the note.[created date] : Creation date for the new note. Defaults to now.
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