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Sheilatron

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  1. +1 for being able to link to saved searches, but would prefer a more robust linking mechanism which would not break if the saved search gets modified. A query string syntax at the end of an evernote: URI would be similarly useful. It could reuse the same syntax as for regular Evernote searches, except url encoded. The Evernote user interface should allow any search to be saved to the clipboard as a URL encoded string which could be pasted into any note or external application. Retaining the sorting would also be nice tho have. This would help tremendously for those who like to run their GTD process entirely within Evernote, because it would allow building notes which dynamically point to various views of a given project. I dislike the command line option because it is not cross platform, and I use Evernote on many platforms.
  2. I very much like the note linking feature; it makes Evernote function a little more like a personal wiki. However, I think the usability of this feature could be improved significantly, based on my experience using Confluence. I hope the Evernote product managers will take a look at how this is done in Confluence with the command-K shortcut. Users are not required to copy the link before editing the content; instead without any foreknowledge, can create a link by type command-K and a dialog appears prompting the user to search for the destination. The '[' shortcut is also useful in Confluence. When content linking becomes easier and more intuitive, many Evernote users will adopt the feature and love the product even more. It fits the "Evernote as brain extension" model, by encouraging associations between "thoughts" (Evernote notes).
  3. I'd like to follow/vote on this bug on Evernote's issue tracker, but couldn't seem to find it. Do they have a public issue tracker? This issue is putting a crimp in my GTD process...
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