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ScottLougheed

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  1. As I see it there are a couple of workarounds. 1) if making a TOC, select all of the notes you want tabulated, and, if on a Mac, click "make new Table of Contents Note". This should populate a new note with links to each of the notes with evernote:/// links. 2) If you are manually creating a TOC or are adding a TOC to an existing note, you can drag and drop notes into the body of the note you are creating a TOC in. 3) You can copy and paste a classic link into the note body, creating a link with the name of the note you are linking to. If you want to change the text you can begin typing within the linked text such as the following permutations of the same link: Pretend this is a note title representing an evernote:/// link Pretend this is a note change the text to what you want representing an evernote:/// link change the text to what you want Hope this answers your question... if I understood it properly!
  2. Yup, "classic" note links ALWAYS paste as evernote:/// no matter what. The new default non-classic links post as evernote:/// within evernote* and http:// outside Evernote. *(except for a bug where pasting in the cmd-k/ctrl-k hyperlink window pastes http)
  3. This may be worth submitting a support ticket about, as either there may be some troubleshooting you can do to resolve the issue, or something Evernote can do on their backend to fix it for you, and it may indicate a broader bug.
  4. No evangelist would EVER say that because we are not Evernote employees. If we said that, it would carry as much truth as if it were you or your neighbour who said it. It is a good suggestion, but it isn't currently available, as such it is what it is! To say that does NOT take away from the legitimacy of (what eventually became) the feature request, nor does it say anything about whether Evernote will implement it, as that is only for them to say and they are (in)famously tight-lipped.
  5. Yes, it does have a.... unique look. More traditional forms of annotation would certainly be welcomed by me too.
  6. "So it would be nice if EverNote would treat those notes and highlights with the priority warranted. Maybe within the note container, EverNote could include a summary of the notes and highlighted passages that are found within the PDF file, with links that open the PDF to the spot where the note or highlight resides. " It is worth noting that any marking up or annotating you do with skitch or with the built-in annotation features WILL do this. Anything you do with an external program is outside of the ambit of Evernote to try and interpret so I wouldn't hold my breath on this feature coming any time soon. The best we can do is hope for better "traditional" annotation tools in Evernote.
  7. This is an odd bug that seems to pop up from time to time and Evernote staff are aware of it but seem to be having a heck of a time reproducing, and thus, resolving it. One workaround to force EN out of a frozen browser is: From a separate application (your email, for example), instruct your iOS device to open a file... a PDF or an image for example (choose a reasonably small one so as to not eat up your quota), in Evernote. This will open Evernote and make a new note containing the file as an attachment. This should boot you out of the frozen browser. You can now delete the note you just created.
  8. search intitle:CardMunch Select all the results apply the tag 'cardmunch' or whatever you like. Now, removing that cardmunch suffix from the title, unfortunately, is a different story!
  9. The angle has produced generally good results for me too. Takes a bit of practice, but once you get it, you'll be off to the races.
  10. Which means that, like Schrödinger's cat, we really don't know if it is or isn't on the agenda!
  11. Indeed the "month" is calculated based on your signup date, not the calendar month, so for example, my "month" switches over on the 28th of each month. So looks like you might be on the 9th of each month. Indeed, 32kb is as good as 0kbs. As Jefito says, when accessing Evernote using your web browser there is no syncing per se, since you are directly manipulating the information on Evernote's servers.
  12. Just to add, your sync limit is not influenced by anything already in Evernote. As such, removing content already added to Evernote (and thus, already counted against your quota) will not restore any quota.
  13. The difficulty is that, as gbarry (Evernote staff member) has mentioned, these notebooks are made by, and distributed by Moleskine. As such, it is not something that Evernote has direct control over, thus the ball is largely in Moleskine's court. If they who control production do not want or are not able to make stickers available separately, then Evernote's hands are tied (barring some major intervention which I doubt is in the cards).
  14. You should be able to use d.b.walker's applescript posted in this very thread (two posts above yours). https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/4046-importing-from-apple-mailapps-notes/?p=236445
  15. Echoing Jefito, like on Android, Evernote for iOS also does not allow you to print multiple notes simultaneously, just one at a time. Best done on a desktop.
  16. I don't know if I see it defeating the purpose. I almost never annotate the PDFs I store in Evernote using Skitch, I open them in preview. It's pretty seamless and I personally find preview better for large multipage PDFs anyway. preview also offers an annotation summary (cmd-i or cmd-opt-i, I can't recall exactly). While I wish that the built in PDF reading and annotation features were what I need, I find those features inadequate on both desktop and iOS. As a result I primarily use Preview on the Mac (mobile is a whole other story I've posted about elsewhere). Preview suits my needs better and PDFs can still be stored and synced via Evernote, so you can capitalize in the superior organization and storage, while getting the (IMO, and for my needs) superior annotating capacity of Preview.
  17. Opening the PDF in Preview is likely to offer you the best "traditional" annotating experience. Just double click the attachment icon and it should open in preview (or whatever you have set as your default PDF reader)
  18. So: Stacks contain ONLY notebooks Notebooks contain ONLY notes So you can have a stack called "Business" filled with several notebooks: Perhaps "Articles" and "Products" In "Articles" you create notes that contain.... articles or whatever. "Products" you put notes that relate to product info. Now, this means you can limit a search to your business stack, for example: stack:business gruntmaster2000will search for both articles and product info for information on the gruntmaster2000 Perhaps you want ONLY product info on the gruntmaster2000 so you would search notebook:"products" gruntmaster2000This will ONLY bring up product info and NOT articles. You can use tags too. Lets say one note for the gruntmaster2000 product isn't really working for you. You can have many gruntmaster notes, and tag them all with gruntmaster2000. There's LOTS of discussion throughout this community about how to organize. Some links to get you started: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/21329-effective-use-of-tags/ This one for sure: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/33175-organizational-structure-in-the-stacknotebooktag-ecosystem/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/57740-the-benefit-of-using-tags/ I wouldn't take anything said in these threads as the gospel, but they are definitely great suggestions from a lot of different perspective that might inspire a useful system of your own.
  19. Great to hear! I would say at least 50% of the "lost notes" issues I see here are actually resolved by the trash! Easy enough mistake to make I think. On the desktop clients, just pressing the delete key (without the modifier of cmd or ctrl) will delete a note if you aren't in the note editor. Easy mistake to make! Thank goodness for the trash! As for your android Sync error... that's a puzzler. You can always check your activity log to see if it points you to a problematic note. You may want to submit that log to support too if the problem persists.
  20. Is it possible that you have accidentally deleted these notes and that they are in your Trash? You can find that in the Notebook view on the web or desktop.
  21. I'm not sure I follow. What "page" are you referring to? Evernote doesn't paginate notes or notebooks. Could you explain where you are here? How does this relate to your lost information? And could you also explain how the web clipper is involved in this, or what the specific problem you are experiencing is with the clipper?
  22. This is really rather odd! I can't say in my several years using Evernote that I've encountered this/these particular issue(s) so I can't offer much more help than what is already posted in this and other threads about losing and recovering data, though others on this board have experienced this, they may have specific suggestions, Also I wonder if this might be two separate issues...?.Either way I strongly encourage you to submit a support ticket if you haven't already. Data loss is very bad.
  23. If you take my scenario (and thanks jefito for pointing to a solution to my governance/governmentality problem): Don't know if I tagged "governance" or "governmentality" so search: tag:govern* no accumulation of unrelated notes with "governance/government/govern" in their body, but should bring up all my governance/governmentality notes which are explicitly tagged as such.
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