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  1. Hey @Bob @ WFBI , great to see someone else that thinks this idea might be useful Hopefully someone from Evernote thinks the same.
  2. Hi @Nick L., I thought that would be the case. Do you think this might be a new feature of Evernote in the future? That would be great. Anyway, thank you so much. Rui
  3. Hello everyone, I was wondering if it's possible to search the contents of a note, like a PDF, for example, using OSX built-in search Spotlight. I am able to find notes by their title and written content, but I never get any matches for words that I know are in a specific PDF inside a note. I know that Evernote does OCR for PDFs, so I assumed it somehow shared this information with Spotlight, as I get matches when I search inside of Evernote, but apparently it doesn't. Or am I missing something? Thank you so much.
  4. Hello everyone, When I clip an article from a website using the "Simplified Article" option, it doesn't match my chosen dafault font in Evernote. I'm almost certain that it wasn't always like that, the imported text would be converted to the default font selected in the Preferences. Can someone confirm this? And if so, why would they change it and, more important, how can I make it so that when I clip an article, it sticks to the font I chose? I hope this makes sense. Thank you so much.
  5. Hi DTLow, Thanks for your input. I'm not sure what you mean by "so highlight the text and a keyboard shortcut to generate the tag". To me, this function would be quite useful, as I'm using it already with a third party app that generates text that I copy paste from Evernote. I can understand that it's not for everyone, but I would love to see a function like this built into Evernote. Have a nice day!
  6. Hi CalS, Thank you for participating. I see your point but the Word Cloud function, at least as I see it, wouldn't create tags on its own, it would simply show the user the most used words in the note. The user would then make of it as he pleases. In my system, I rarely pick more than a couple new tags out of each new note, but I do tend to find that sometimes I would have missed them otherwise. Again, I can see your point regarding search, but at least for my work, I tend to come across some long, long texts that I usually never read entirely, but simply browse and read some parts that I consider essential, so it's common to miss out some important stuff that, although not relevant for the work I am doing at the moment, might be important for future research. So having that note cataloged with those extra Tags might be important in the future. At least for me, I can see some potential in having such a system implemented into Evernote. I know it won't be easy to get it, as that usually requires some user base support for the idea, but hey, at least it's out there Have a nice day!
  7. Hi everyone, I'm really surprised no one suggested this yet, as I think it would work great as a rough Tag suggestion pool. The idea would be to have Evernote scan each note and generate a Word Cloud (by number of times a word appears in the text, pdf, etc.), from where we would be able to pick words to add as Tags for said note. I have been testing this using a third-party word cloud generator online and it works beautifully; even when none of the words are exactly what I want for my Tags, it always gives me great suggestions for Tags I would otherwise never include in that note. I hope someone else sees the potential in this and maybe someone at Evernote does to Thank you for listening.
  8. Thank you so much guys. I will take some time during the weekend to really look this through. Lots of options to consider
  9. @JMichaelTX Thank you for the input. I've found some scripts to duplicate Notes, indeed, but none that can duplicate Notebooks with Notes inside. And that's what I meant. Do you know of any? @DTLow Thank you, but this solution doesn't quite do the job either, or at least I wasn't able to achieve what I need. The .enex file sits on my desktop, but when I double click it, it creates the notes in a special Notebook for imported notes. Did I miss something? Thanks a lot for the help.
  10. I use this "feature" everyday, because I constantly need to replicate a "template" Notebook containing template notes inside. So I would either like to see a Duplicate Notebook feature, or a Template Creator, with the ability to replicate custom notes and notebooks. Among a few other things, this is what still makes Evernote only Excellent, when it could be Perfect But that's probably just me. Thanks for listening!
  11. Hello everyone, I've been using the Business Card scan a lot more lately, but unfortunately, every time I scan a new card, I get into some trouble regarding phone numbers. I guess this is due to the predefined phone number convention that is implemented. I'm sure this works perfectly for U.S. phone/cell numbers, but it doesn't quite work for how other countries type their numbers. For example, here in Portugal a cell phone number looks something like this "960906069". When I scan a card containing this number, I get a Mobile field that looks like this "96 090-6069", which is not anywhere near how we type such numbers. Same goes for landline phone numbers, which should look like "275725572", but show up like this "(275) 725-572". I have tried editing the results, but even manually, I can't seem to fix them. Anyone knows how? Or maybe someone from Evernote that could add a feature request to set phone number conventions for how other countries type their phone numbers? Thank you so much!
  12. I came to the forum today with hope that someone had already asked about this. And guess what, you did Let's hope that this means way more integration features for Evernote in iOS.
  13. Hi everyone, Sorry if the title is a bit confusing. I have managed to set up rules in Apple Mail that send certain messages from the app into Evernote, automatically, according to some rules. It works just fine, except for the part that I always end up having to tag each note and send them to their corresponding notebooks. I know that, if I want to add a note to Evernote using email, I can manually set both the notebook, using @ before the notebook name, and the tags, just by adding # before each tag on the email message Subject. What I would like to know is if any of you know how to build a script that automates this process. I mean, when I build the rule in Apple Mail, there's the option to add a script, so I guess it would be possible to create one that tells the app to set the Subject with the @Notebookname and #Tagname for that rule. You think this is possible? Thank you so much! Rui
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