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  1. Unfortunately, DH, I never did. It also looks like Evernote isn't intending to create this feature anytime soon, given that they admitted Xing into the Accelerator this round--which basically accomplishes the thing I wanted, except only on iOS, and not within the native Evernote app. Sad panda.
  2. By "location-dependent," I just meant "notes that have a specific location assigned to them." For instance, if you open the Evernote app for OS X, select a note, and click on the "Note Info" button, under "Location," you will have entered an address or GPS coordinate for that note. Now, of those location-dependent notes, is there a way to show only a certain subset of them under the Atlas view (Mac) or the Places view (iOS)?
  3. I'll be doing quite a bit of traveling this summer, and I wanted to find a way to use the Atlas feature (on Mac) or the Places feature (on iPhone) to create a map of sights I'd like to see in particular cities. In theory, I could tap on each sight on my iPhone, and the Evernote note I've clipped about that place would pop up with contact info, hours, etc., so I wouldn't have to go hunting online to find it. Here's the rub: there doesn't seem to be a way to view only location-dependent notes that are within a certain notebook or labeled with a certain tag. For example, when I open up the Atlas view on my Mac, all of my location-labeled notes pop up, but I can't find a way to exclude some of them from the map view; same for Places on my iPhone. It appears to be an all-or-nothing proposition. This is problematic, because I'll have other notes regarding travel times, hotel information, shopping lists, etc. associated with nearby locations, so a bunch of notes will pop up that are irrelevant to sight-seeing. Can anyone who plans trips using Evernote offer some advice? Maybe I'm looking for a feature that doesn't exist, or maybe I'm just going about things in the wrong way.
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