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sshevlyagin

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  1. I think I didn’t explain clearly the suggestion was to use a template INSTEAD of a zap. I had a simple scenario. I was using a zap to create an empty daily journal note at 3 am every morning. With a template I would just create a new note from a template when I want to journal. I’m not sure what to do in your case, it sounds more complex.
  2. @Eva S I talked with Evernote support and they said it's likely Evernote is sanitizing the input from Zappier and their tech team is looking into it, but no ETA. She suggested a good work around - just set up an evernote template instead of using the Zapp to create a note.
  3. Thanks! Already asked Zapier and they said they’re passing width through so it’s a Evernote issue. I don’t currently have an Evernote subscription, I’ll try twitter.
  4. I have a Zap set up that creates a note every day. The note has a table and on the way from Zapier to Evernote the table width gets messed up. Here's the content I'm sending from Zapier: <table style="border-collapse: collapse; min-width: 100%;"> <colgroup> <col style="width: 610px;" /> </colgroup> <tbody> <tr> <td style="width: 610px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid;"> Hi </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> When it shows up in Evernote the width part of the style is gone and the table is very narrow. I checked with Zapier support and they say they can see the width going out over the wire to evernote. Any idea what's happening?
  5. Microsoft just released an official tool - https://www.onenote.com/import-evernote-to-onenote
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