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SkipII

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  1. Thank you. Okay, but now how do I add my new MacBook?
  2. I am getting back to Evernote after a long absence but cannot seem to register my new MacBook on my account. I am only using Basic right now until I get back into this, but apparently Evernote thinks I already have two devices on the account. One of them is probably an old MacBook that I no longer have. How do I update what devices I now have so I can use Basic? Thanks for any help.
  3. I have tried repeatedly to download web clipper to my iOS devices, but can't get it to work. I selected Safari and hit download but nothing seems to happen. When I am on a web page in Safari the EN icon does not spear. What am I doing wrong.?
  4. Sorry to have not responded earlier to all the recent posts. For some reason, EN blocked my posts, saying I had posted too many times (three is too many?) Anyway, you will be pleased to know that I already "get" it, thanks to your help. The mini case studies an examples were very helpful. Pretty cool app.
  5. Thanks, I don't doubt there is great ideas in all of those posting, but I am in a more "inductive" phase than "deductive." I am looking for more of a day-in-the-life that shows pretty clearly the benefits of Evernote and contrasts it is with how we may be doing things today less efficiently. The Evernote for Food video is a perfect example of my confusion -- at least for me, it simply does not clearly depict the process and the value.
  6. I had some general qualms about Evernote, but, yes, Evernote for Food really put my confusion into focus (if there is such a thing as focused confusion!). I just did not understand what the actors were actually doing in the video and why life was better because of Evernote. I think a couple of case study or day-in-the-life examples would help me a lot in understanding the value.
  7. Maybe I'm suffering newbie ignorance here, but I have spend a couple of hours trolling through all kinds of high-production videos but still don't understand how any of this works. For example, the playful video on Evernote for Food shows someone apparently searching recipes, then cooking something or going out on a date and looking at pictures on his iPhone. What is all that about? Is he searching the net for recipes (a la Google?) or his own. And what are the scenes of him looking at pictures on his iPhone over dinner trying to depict? I look at all the videos and keep coming away with a giant "So, what?" I am lost on how any of this helps organize life. Is there some other resource/video that is more of a "day in the life" approach so i can get a more practical view of all this? Most of the video look like marketing fluff. Thanks for any direction.
  8. I'm new to Evernote, but I have downloaded and installed Web Clipper twice and cannot get it to show up to the right of the url window as described in the tutorial. Any idea on what I might be doing wrong? Thanks.
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