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  1. Okay, Michael, I have got a script working: whenever I drop something in the Evernote Import folder, a new note is created. And you are familiar with SymLink, OS's Symbolic Links, a feature that is around since OS X. These files simply contain the path of the target file or directory stored as text. If you move the target file, the symlink will break because it still points to the original location in the link. I am using SymLinks for all the folder I backup to cloud services, It works great with Google Drive, and Dropbox, and one avoids file duplications. In case you like to try the service S
  2. For whatever reason and as far as I know, Evernote does not yet offer an import folder, such as it does on the other platform. I came across a easy-to-follow How-To video that explains the process: The Automator code is here: http://www.documentsnap.com/evernote-mac-import-folder/ It works flawlessly. Just drop anything into your designated Evernote Import folder, and it gets added automatically as an Evernote note. However, I have a special need. I have been using iNotepad for many years. Although it is not supported any longer, it still works with 10.10., and i
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