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Eric Schutte

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  1. 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. 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 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. Aha, so if I create a tag in EN and use this tag in IQTell then it will return in EN, if I create a new tag in IQTell this tag wil NOT be shown in EN. OK, I can live with that, discussion closed about the two tagging systems Thanks for the explanation
  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".
  3. Found this on one of the other forums, this was yesterday: ranjflam (Company Admin) 4 hours agoUpdate Based on the huge support and responses we received on this forum, we are in the process of pursuing all options for continuation! Renowned VC option - These efforts includes getting a renowned VC to make an investment, not so much for the actual funding part (our current funding is still there), but more so, providing IQTell the recognition and the vote of confidence from a well-known investment firm. In which case, we would move our offices to a more prominent location and overall, will have it much easier hiring new talent, which is mostly where we're currently hurting! Evernote Yes, indeed, my vision all along, ever since I became aware of Evernote several years ago, I’ve been 100% confident that a combined EN-IQ solution would be the heaven on earth for all users who care to be organized, productive and get things done. This would be a great offering to the Productivity world, both for the Evernote users, IQTell users, as well as the rest of the worldwide users seeking the perfect productivity solution! Evernote and IQTell - Augmenting Evernote offerings with those of IQTell offers would mean embedding task-project management with integrated email client, calendar and contacts functionality within Evernote would result in a most effective all-in-one solution. A perfect option for many-many Evernote users and all existing IQTell users. Current status? Ever since I participated in the Evernote user conference EC3 in September of 2013, I have been trying to approach Phil Libin, then CEO of Evernote, as well as his executive team. I received no response even though I emphasized the benefits such a combination would offer to all users. Increase Evernote’s paid subscriptions - Throughout my correspondence with Evernote, I expressed my confidence that a holistic productivity solution will substantially increase the number of paying users. New Evernote’s CEO - Thanks to one of IQTell’s most active users, we were able to just recently renew our correspondence with Evernote, this time with theirnew CEO, Chris O’Neil who came over from Google. Hope to hear from Chris and his team, even if for the purpose of entering some initial discussions. Yes, you can help! - Write Evernote. You may also discuss your needs on theirDiscussions forum. Express whatever you desire to accomplish with Evernote and IQTell. This may indeed help! All options are still on the table! Depending on the outcome of the next days, we may also consider delaying the scheduled shutdown. As always, we all appreciate your loyalty! Thank you all.
  4. So if we would rule the world, merge Evernote with IQTell :D How do we reach Evernote with this message ?
  5. How do you feel about the two tagging-systems alongside each other ? For me that's the big problem with IQTell.
  6. I have used IQTell for a few weeks and never quite got it right. It felt too complicated for me because IQTell borrowed the tagging from Evernote and incorporated it into IQTell thus creating two tagging-systems next to each other. But IF IQTell could be integrated into Evernote making it a natural seamless app, I can give your suggestion a YES-vote.
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