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ScottLougheed

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  1. ScottLougheed's post in Where are Evernote Mac files stored under new version? was marked as the answer   
    1) You can select Evernote>About Evernote and press the option key to reveal a button to "Open Database Folder"
     
    2) if you are using the direct download version (not the App Store version) you should find your database in
    ~/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/Accounts/www.evernote.com
  2. ScottLougheed's post in How to install the Safari Clipper on iPad was marked as the answer   
    There is no need to install any additional software to clip to Evernote in Safari. You only need to install the latest version of Evernote for iOS and then follow the directions here:
     
    https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/67298-new-clip-web-pages-on-ios-8/
  3. ScottLougheed's post in Why did my Web Clipper icon disappear? was marked as the answer   
    Are you sure that it isn't just a matter of the button having been removed from the toolbar?
    Can you confirm that the clipper is truly not installed by going to Safari>Preferences>Extensions  and seeing whether the Clipper is in the list of installed extensions?
     
    If does appear in that list, return to your browser window right/ctrl-click on the toolbar and select "customize toolbar" and drag the clipper icon to the location of your choice on the toolbar. 
  4. ScottLougheed's post in Is it possible to nest a notebook inside of a notebook? was marked as the answer   
    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. 
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