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  1. I agree. Updating directly via the Internet is probably the way to go. Untether the iPhone!
  2. No reinvention required. Take a look at most the journaling apps (DayOne for example) they manage to use the inbuilt Google/Apple maps of devices to display. Something like that, a simple connector, which is what Atlas did previously. Again, most the journaling apps use the gps to log a weather stamp. The automation solutions, which you suggest, I have tried but do - don’t work so well if you move around quite a bit. Don’t think either suggestions are too outlandish and totally reasonable to suggest.
  3. Yes that is a neat trick, I have also tried that too! But as you say, it only good if you are in the same place all the time.Thanks for the reply! 👍 My scenario is for a research project on diseased trees 🌲.(Climate change related) I wish to log each observation - photo, brief notes. It’s GPS stamped, weather stamped. With Atlas visuals it becomes a usable database. Collaborative too. This is something Evernote should be really useful for. Currently looking at Airtable or similar software - shouldn’t have to!
  4. Definitely bring it back. Basic memory science: location is important. If EN is to be the ultimate digital memory, this must be resurrected...... A weather metadata take would be useful too. Like to recall time/date/location/environment with my notes.
  5. @gazumped there is hoping they bring it back. Think there should be a map/atlas feature and local weather should be added as metadata to a note. EN was conceived as “The Ultimate Digital Memory” and location, geography are things that help that. Basic memory science - location is important. Hopefully their devs read this........
  6. There are several apps around with Evernote integrations, set a reminder & they appear in the task manager, without using TaskClone, Zapier or Intermediary work arounds. Or bothersome cut & paste of links. Remember The Milk is one, but I am a big fan of Nozbe - their free 5 project offering Is often more than enough. I keep all my Planning & Info in Evernote - then Actions/Tasks in Nozbe & can keep everything together then. Nozbe has a direct EN attachment function and the ability to sync/modify EN reminders.
  7. Really working on my productivity / External Brain system.

    Think I have a working model that I am happy with for now. 

    Thinking in TheBrain  - Planning in Evernote - Actions in Nozbe 


  8. Nozbe allows the use of other file apps ie dropbox/gdrive/onedrive so acts like a "glue" for all your stuff. Slicker use of contexts, visualisation of calendar, and further task notes. You can also share projects with each others all in one place. Sure there is overlap in some areas, but I think you will gain great benefit from a free Nozbe account - if you use reminders in Evernote a huge amount; martial them there with more ease and precision.
  9. Organising my life: Thinking in TheBrain  - Planning in Evernote - Actions in Nozbe  and don't forget paper; writing on paper has been shown to be good for the organic brain! 

  10. Great another Nozbe user! It is the only app I have found after searching high and low that allows total EN integration (both ways). I have a lot of save searches in Evernote, mainly to help find stuff but my Tasks and Calendar are all managed in Nozbe I do keep some notes in Nozbe for quick reference but ultimately everything is tied back to Evernote. Have tried, TaskClone, Remember the Milk or the "Copy the Link Technique" into ToDoist or Things 3. Cost me quite a lot testing stuff out but come to the conclusion that this integration if you are a die hard Evernote Fan i
  11. DevonThink is better imho if your dive into a subject is more than a brief dip. If it’s casual interest I use Evernote as a repository. If I decide I am going to go into a subject and really nail it then I create a Devon Think Pro Database of papers, RSS feeds or any other media I might need. I am a Mac user so have found ZenGobis Curio brilliant for martialling and linking Evernote and DevonThink. When I close down a project I will archive as much as I can into Evernote and tag as “archive”. TheBrain is a place to think and connect together ideas, webpages, some conte
  12. Been asking for this for ages. Bear App has a ribbon above the keyboard with all the shortcuts you need. Evernote needs to plagiarise this....
  13. Not all of are using the iOS app with a keyboard. I am often on my phone - I have repeatedly suggested a ribbon above the keyboard with all of these input short cuts. Other apps aplenty do this; why the lag in Evernote ?
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