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stefanlasiewski

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  1. Thanks for providing the link to the new Evernote Web Clipper. The new Web Clipper has some features which are very similar to Evernote Clearly. Is the intention to merge the two products? This would be nice, as it would simplify my browser. Less is more. -= Stefan
  2. There is no way to do this. One of the big problems with TSW is that changing priorities from 1-Now to 2-Next requires the cumbersome manipulation of tags. On Android this is particularly difficult. The behaviour for sorting tags is different on Mac and Windows, and Evernote Web doesn't allow you to sort by tags. You are right that a Notebook might solve this problem, but Notebooks can only be 1 level deep. TSW recommends a top level 'Tasks' and 'Cabinet' folder, and then an 'Action Pending' and 'Completed' folder under 'Tasks'. There is no more room for another layer of folders to designate
  3. Fooey. Markdown here stopped working for me within Evernote Web. I'm using Firefox. Oh well, at least it works well in Gmail. -= Stefan
  4. With Evernote Clearly, I can use the Highlighter to highlight text on a webpage. The highlighted text stands out nicely. Clearly's text highlighting is nice and simple. However, Clearly cannot annotate PDFs, but Skitch and Evernote can. Do Skitch or Evernote provide a simple highlighting tool similar to Clearly's Highlighter? I see that Skitch and Evernote have a marker icon which does 'free form' highlighting, but the marker is messy and I need a neater tool which simply highlights the text, similar to the Clearly Highlighter. Basically, I'm looking for a note taking and annotati
  5. FYI, The video at http://www.mentalhub.com/videos/EvernoteWorkflow.mov is no longer there.
  6. There are two big problems with workarounds and third party apps. 1. They introduce another unnecessary layer of complexity, which increases the chance of bugs, adds another layer of support issues (is the product even going to be around in 6 months) and make my life more complicated in general. Evernote is supposed to simplify and organize my life, and if it becomes too complicated to use then I stop using it. 2. Workaround and third party apps don't work consistantly across platforms, and often third party apps only work on one platform. This means I need to use one work flow on a Mac and
  7. I just learned about the Markdown Here browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. This allows Markdown to be used in the Evernote Web interface, as well as in Gmail, Google Sites and a smattering of other applications (Not Google Docs, since Google Docs has a different editor & API). It seems to work with Evernote Web as well, and the community says it "Works Great" with Evernote. Markdown Here is an open-source project hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/blob/master/README.md Given Evernote Web's lack of keyboard shortcuts, Markdown Here goes a long way to i
  8. Markdown is a great way to format notes. It is simple, efficient and is a great timesaver. Markdown is used a bunch in the computer engineering world (GitHub & StackOverflow use markdown). And I will note that if I create a simple note from Evernote, pasted it into the VI editor from my Mac or Windows boxes, the result ends up looking very, very close to GitHub-flavored Markdown. Bold and Italic doesn't render correctly, but bulleted lists and numbered lists work great and Task List items (e.g. [ ] in GFM): testbolditalic[ ]todo[ ]todo2 * Bullet * Bullet2 1. number list 2. number
  9. I've been trying TSW with Evernote for the last month. Tasks which come in through GMail go to TSW, and I also add tasks by hand and through my Android phone. So far it's been easy to get stuff *into* Evernote, but I'm struggling with using Evernote as a task manager because the UI is getting in my way. A few simple UI improvements in the Evernote Web app would go a long way in supporting TSW. If I understand correctly, Everote 5 introduced some signifigant UI changes, and this makes it hard to learn and some of the methods described in TSW. I've found that the desktop app for the Mac look
  10. Hi Karol, This sounds great. It is mid-May and I notice that the Android client has not been released yet. Any word on when the Android client will be released? -= Stefan
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