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  1. I agree, it would be better to have a seperate function, I was just trying to explain the idea of an automated update as simply as possible. What is DTLow?
  2. I am responding because I am was searching for a solution and this request sounds similar to my much simpler desire: Is there a way to have self-updating note template, or not necessarily a template. bit as OP posted, an "auto-updating dynamic content across multiple notes".? For example, if you wanted to create a running To Do list that would automatically populate every new note that you created and then when it was updated, by deleting and adding items, would automatically carry those changes on to the next new note that you created by simply clicking the "Create a new note" button? If I am understanding the replay from CalS, that is not now possible in EN. Maybe I will try the solution CalS proposes, if I understand it.
  3. I second gazumped's method. I just have a notebook called Receipts that I populate with receipts I have highlighted with the web clipper. Very easy.
  4. I don't know how related this idea is, but I posted it in "Features Request" also, and my repost it in other forums and as a standalone post in this forum. Is there a way to have self-updating note template? For example, if you wanted to create a running To Do list that would automatically populate every new note that you created and then when it was updated, by deleting and adding items, would automatically carry those changes on to the next new note that you created by simply clicking the "Create a new note" button?
  5. Is there a way to have self-updating note template? For example, if you wanted to create a running To Do list that would automatically populate every new note that you created and then when it was updated, by deleting and adding items, would automatically carry those changes on to the next new note that you created by simply clicking the "Create a new note" button?
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