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  1. Hallo Corybe, you are totally right. If you connect your Evernote account to any third-party tool, you will grant access to your notes. As developers could change the code in any way, every developer could change code so that note content could be accessible to him/her. Even Evernote themself could theoretical access your notes. Nevertheless, we respect your privacy and it is totally not in our sense to access your notes without your approval, otherwise we would risk our complete business model. At Filterize, there are exactly two persons at the moment, that have access to the production code base, which includes access to the database keeping your Evernote access token. That's me and one of our developers. Both of us have no interest in your notes. Also there are laws, that we have to keep your privacy, especially here in Germany. Concluding we can say that, yes you are right, there is a potential risk, but we're doing everything to keep your privacy. If you want to be totally safe you have to keep your notes locally on your machine. Best regards, Pascal
  2. With Filterize you can also combine multiple tables of contents into one note. So you can build a dashboard with all your todos or important notes. If you have any trouble with the setup feel free to contact us. It's a pleasure for us to help you.
  3. I think exactly the same thing about todays AI approaches. Nevertheless, we also introduced an AI component in Filterize to automate your Evernote. But It's not that black box type of AI. We use frequent pattern mining to find plausible rules, which could be applied to your database and while you are working in Evernote Filterize checks if one of the potential rules could explain your work. If so, EvA (our name for the AI) will suggest a set of rules. You can decide which rules should become active and you are free to change them later. You can read more about the process itself in our blog.
  4. There is a discussion about building a dashboard in Evernote here: We at Filterize like the idea of a dashboard and we build a tool to create dashboards. You can create a note with different sections, like open todos, new notes or anything else you can search. Then Filterize can create a list of notes, fitting to a given search, into these section. If you are done, it could look like this: More details, on how to create such a dashboard could be find at https://fltrz.io/xZs75N3Y2S Disclaimer: I'm the CEO of Filterize. Filterize is an online cloud service that acts like your personal Evernote assistant. Tell Filterize what to do and it starts working instantly in the background for you. It simplifies repetitive tasks, avoids errors and saves time.
  5. I think this is a great idea! Who can move it to the integrations part? Can you do it @DTLow or is it up to @msfz751 as the thread creator?
  6. Sharing should be possible too. All links within the dashboard are normal note links, so you can navigate. If you share the dashboard note to other users, they can click and follow the links, as long as they have access to the target notes too. I also started to create dashboards with Evernotes table of content feature, but I didn't like that if I added new notes I have to take care of the table of contents manually. Yes the Filterize table of contents are based on Evernote search queries and refreshed automatically once an hour (if you are active in Evernote, during non active times, it will skip the rewriting of the note). I use IFTTT to pull data from external sources, like a daily weather notification or interesting articles into separate notes which could be combined into the dashboard.
  7. We at Filterize like the idea of a dashboard and we build a tool to create dashboards. You can create a note with different sections, like open todos, new notes or anything else you can search. Then Filterize can create a list of notes, fitting to a given search, into these section. If you are done, it could look like this: More details, on how to create such a dashboard could be find at https://fltrz.io/xZs75N3Y2S Disclaimer: I'm the CEO of Filterize. Filterize is an online cloud service that acts like your personal Evernote assistant. Tell Filterize what to do and it starts working instantly in the background for you. It simplifies repetitive tasks, avoids errors and saves time.
  8. There is a dedicated content type for business cards. You can search for contentClass:evernote.contact* to find all your business cards.
  9. Thanks @DTLow for posting this. We have a newer version of the table of contents generator. An introduction could be found here: Also we have a nice article, how to combine multiple table of contents into a nice dashboard:https://fltrz.io/kzmeOCOoKS
  10. Hey guys, we have the solution for your problem. It is possible to create recurring reminders in every cycle you want for your Evernote, but not in Evernote. Who are we and how could we help? We are Filterize! An automation service for Evernote. And one out of our automations for Evernote is a workflow, that allows you to create recurring reminders for your notes. Have look here. You will need an Filterize account to use it, but there is a 30 day's premium trial and a free Basic account, in which you can have 3 filters. You have any questions? Feel free to contact us! With us, you can automate your Evernote in many different ways. Save time and keep your Evernote 'tidy'.
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