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Ever-ona-beach

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  1. Ditto as per gazumped, Gmail is working for me in a timely manor with manual forwarding and also with Filters auto forwarding my Evernote Inbox.
  2. +1 on shame not applicable for US non-residents, but happy to share... My Dashboard is within Evernote and I use Filterize. I capture as much as I can into Evernote, be it handwritten notes, scans, emails, receipts - they all go into my Inbox for processing. I apply tags as part of my routine to clear out the Inbox - Filterize then sorts my notes into the various cells on my Dashboard Table. I check the dashboard daily and then use it for my weekly review. If I have a busy schedule I just copy and paste my Agenda into the Todays Schedule Cell. The dashboard is available on all my devices as a shortcut. I tend to do most of my processing on laptop.
  3. +1 for Filterize, been using it for a few months and it is providing a lot of automation such as auto tagging, auto moving notes to specified notebooks, its the auto updating Table of Contents that is proving essential for my productivity These types of automation would be so useful if in-bedded within Evernote, Trello have just brought in Butler, its automating service, dont get left behind on this Evernote...know you are busy
  4. +1 for Filterize Been using it for a couple of weeks and already it is automating a lot of my tagging and moving of notes directly into notebooks
  5. +1 for this. Currently processing my default notebook my "Inbox" and it is taking a lot longer without the ability to quickly move notes, I too clicked the name of the Notebook thinking I could easily move the note. Using the current method if it stays, would be easier if you could type the first few letters of the notebook you are looking for and it would bring up the list, similar to the Tag function.
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