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JayWin

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  1. I hope you guys will consider NOT placing the giant NEW NOTE button at the top of the Left Panel (or at least allowing us to hide it) and also not removing the New Note button from the toolbar. The Left Panel is incredibly valuable screen real estate, and the New Note button is eating heavily into that, and pushing down my Shortcuts to secondary status (and my notebooks and tags, etc). The New Note button in the toolbar works perfectly and has the dropdown for selecting what type of new note you're creating. Thanks for listening! Jay Winger
  2. For me what you refer as a two tagging-system is a one tagging-system. I love that IQtell integrates and synchs all my Evernote tags, this way I have no two tagging systems! But I think it depends on how you generally use tags. Agree with Claudia, there is no two tagging system - IQTELL just out-reaches Evernote. If you desire, you can stay with just the Evernote created tags and apply them to emails, actions, projects, contacts, etc. There is no downside that I can see, just incredible integration. Maybe I am too much of a newbee but as far as I could see, IQTell imported the notes and tags from EverNote and you could ad a new tag to these notes in IQTell. As far as I could see, the new tag was NOT visible in EverNote. That is why I refer to two tagging systems. If that is not correct, than it is not an issue (just being a recent user of IQTell). But if my point is correct than there is no "incredible integration". Hi Eric, You can add any Evernote created tag in IQTELL to any note and it will be reflected in EN. It's not an importation of tags, it's a dynamic two way relationship, made possible by IQTELL. If you're talking about Evernote not accepting new tag creation from outside sources, that is a limitation of Evernote, not IQTELL (you can't even create new tags from the EN 'email-into-Evernote' feature), and it argues even more for Evernote to break down its walls and partner with 3rd party vendors. I myself have a large structure of tags in Evernote and I use them freely in IQTELL/Evernote integration without issue.
  3. For me what you refer as a two tagging-system is a one tagging-system. I love that IQtell integrates and synchs all my Evernote tags, this way I have no two tagging systems! But I think it depends on how you generally use tags. Agree with Claudia, there is no two tagging system - IQTELL just out-reaches Evernote. If you desire, you can stay with just the Evernote created tags and apply them to emails, actions, projects, contacts, etc. There is no downside that I can see if set up this way, just the best integration available within Evernote limitations.
  4. There are a whole spectrum of options in between IQTELL going out of business and Evernote buying them out, and it's my hope that Evernote users and Executives consider lending their support to a great product, which I should note already has phenomenal integration with Evernote.
  5. IQTELL really is an amazing app that simply hasn't received the recognition that it deserves - perhaps due to insufficient marketing and never having reached its needed 'critical mass'. The software that the team over there in Marlboro, NJ have created is ambitious, yes, but it delivers so much on that in areas not being met by anything else out there. But the important thing is.... it's not dead yet!! Evernote, and the Evernote users can help save this gem of an app. In my first post here, since this is an Evernote forum, I'll talk about its most direct Evernote integrations. In future posts I'll get into its vast array of other amazing uses in tandem with Evernote and GTD (as well as a myriad of custom uses) No app I've ever used has the level of integration with EN that IQTELL has - here's just a few off the top of my head: creation and editing of Evernote notes directly from within IQTELL tag integration - tags created for notes, emails, actions, projects, contacts, etc can now used (and searched) across resources dynamic two way- linking of Evernote notes to emails, actions, projects, contacts etc - a great way to attach support material to your activities and communications with the outside world - it all neatly comes together as one now. Great for personal or enterprise use. The IQTELL 'EN2IQ' function allows tags created in Evernote to automatically create tasks, projects, ticklers etc in IQTELL, without anything being done in IQTELL itself! Search tie-in with Evernote. You can search your emails, actions and Evernote with one global all-encompassing search! In addition, you can perform Evernote style searches: 'intitle', 'tag', 'notebook', 'created', etc of Evernote notes from within IQTELL itself. You can also create IQTELL Saved Searches of Evernote notes, which allows you to perform interesting combinations of EN searches and email/project/actions searches side by side. Tab based Evernote - one overlooked cool area of IQTELL is it's tab-based functionality, which lets you have multiple EN notes open side by side with related Projects, Actions, Contacts, etc. and let you flip back and forth between them- a great way to see related resources side by side.This is just the tip of the iceberg, I'll follow up with other amazing aspects of IQTELL. It really would be a shame to see IQTELL go by the wayside. It has, in my opinion, been an innovation leader in what is possible in resource integration in both personal and enterprise productivity areas, and it deserves a lot more attention than it's getting!
  6. After all this time, I still do not like Evernote 5! I keep trying to move to it, but keep going back to 4.6. Evernote 4 is crisper, both in appearance and performance. Evernote 5 looks and feels 'squishy', lags in performance, doesn't feel like a good use of screen real estate, and doesn't make a good visual differentiation between notebooks, tags and notes. I really want to move forward as Evernote evolves and develops new features, but I simply can't do it with the path they've taken since version 5. Help!
  7. Ive been using IQTELL for 2 years in conjunction with Evernote, and it simply has the most sophisticated and flexible integration with EN that I've ever seen. First of all, you can view, edit, tag and search, etc EN notes within IQTELL much as you do in EN (a level of integration I don't see in any other app), but that's just the beginning. You can link EN notes to contacts, emails, calendar items, actions, plans, you name it. Also as Ran Flam from IQTELL mentioned, with their EN2IQ feature, you can automatically convert EN notes to said Actions, Projects, Somedays, etc. simply through tags. IQTELL goes way above and beyond just GTD functionality (which I'm not a big follower of anymore), it's a total solution and a great partner app for Evernote. Oh, their Android and IOS apps are also incredibly well built and useful.
  8. Totally and completely agree! Creating notes through the voice command in Android is super cool, but it doesn't have nearly the impact it could if my voiced words could be the title of the note. Right now I just get a long list of notes all titled 'Note to Self' and I have to dig into the note text and manually rename each note with the subject. It would be so much better if I could say 'Note to self, buy broccoli at store' and the Note would be titled 'buy broccoli at store' telling me all I need to know from list view.
  9. This is one of a huge list of complaints/disappointments I have with Evernote 5. It often just does not have a horizontal scroll-bar, whether in snippet view, or separate window that is not maximized - making part of the note unviewable. This NEVER happened to me with Evernote 4. Pretty basic. How I wish they just added Reminders to the Evernote 4 interface and called it a day - so much more solid.
  10. Very cool site, guys! Congratulations... I hope you keep up the development and are bought out by Google for $100m! Love the Evernote integration... I'm a visual person and love the idea of using Mural.ly to organize my projects visually. So mural.ly is not just for collaboration, but good for mind-mapping and/or brainstorming as discussed in GTD. A couple of ways I think Evernote integration could be improved. 1. It would be great if we could actually drag and drop an Evernote note from the Evernote desktop app itself into a Mural, like with files and images. 2. Evernote notes once dragged into a mural no longer update as changes are made in Evernote (at least in the image and the preview). I currently have to right click and 'Open in Evernote' to see the changes. Not a huge deal. Jay
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