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  1. Thank you for the link. I have added my vote and commented on it. But as it is written, it is a request for a search function. That request has a low visibility, with very specific use described. So it is probably still better to accumulate the votes here and gather different ways to improve the notes linking. I don't want to search to find the up links: I need to have a simple navigation tool between connected notes. This would bring Evernote to the next level of organisation.
  2. Having an easy way to see and access all the notes linking to a specific note when this note is selected would be very important also for me, saving a lot of time, and avoiding losing information by a better interconnection between the notes. I don't want to have to search manually to show all the links. The up links should be immediately visible when opening the note, either in a side panel, or at the top of the note. I have detailed why I need this feature also in a related comment:
  3. I usually split the information on a topic in multiple notes. I then simply link the detailed information to a master note giving an overview of all the information on that topic. I also organise topics in a hierarchy similar to folders. If I navigate through this information with the current link feature, I can go down very easily in the linked notes. But I cannot go up. Of course I could use the "Go back" button if I am coming from a note. But this is missing the point. There can be multiple "Up" linked notes, and I want to be able to access all of them easily, not only the one I came f
  4. Done. Well, I think that I have asked pretty explicitly about it... It is fine if you don't know about this feature. but if someone replying here knows (which is most likely for someone developing a product in this direction), I do not find it very honest not top point it out when I have asked so clearly about it. Also your reply here trying to deny everything is not honest. Simply acknowledge it if you don't know anything about this feature, or missed my question! I have put the most relevant link I could find about it. Did I miss something else? I am a Premi
  5. Ok, I have received replies from 2 "Guru"s, but nobody told me that the activity stream actually still exists? For someone developing a product around this feature, based on Evernote, it seems unlikely that you do not know about it. So it looks like you are trying to sell a product that is already mostly covered by Evernote by hiding it??? If you really do not know about it, and for other users who will reach this post, here are the steps to show it: Tools -> Customize Toolbar... -> Drag to the toolbar the Activity icon. It does not cover all the aspects of my original pos
  6. Thank you. I have received the first daily email today. This is some useful information, considering that Evernote does not give any clue of what is happening. But it is still quite far from what I would expect from a sharing tool. The email is nice, but it would be good also to combine all history in real time as it is produced on my online profile. Will it be in the paid version? Independently of SureNotifier, I feel that the functionalities I have listed should simply be in Evernote, rather than an external tool. I am not going to search the history of notifications emails to find
  7. Thank you for the advice. But I don't see any way to access the information to track changes from my computer or online. I cannot get the Android app from my Chinese phone, as it doesn't have Google Play. Any other option? Any reason why the Activity Stream has been removed from the desktop app?
  8. I would like to do simple things like: See who has contributed to a note/notebook. See who has made the last modifications on a note/notebook. Get regular updates when collaborators make changes on a shared note/notebook. Get notified when someone joins a shared note/notebook. Be able to revert changes of another collaborator. Get notified if someone creates or deletes a note. It don't see the point of the sharing functionality if I have no clue what others are doing. When I share an idea here, it is an obvious option to get notified when there are repli
  9. Some more information from Evernote to support my statements: "Create an Evernote notebook called ‘Contacts’ or ‘Business cards’ and get in the habit of filing scanned business cards there. Coupled with Evernote’s ability to search images for text, recalling any particular business card is a breeze, even if you only remember someone’s company or first name." https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/04/06/paper-smart-how-to-manage-business-cards-gracefully/ "Organize 1. Once you’ve captured a business card, use Evernote as you normally would. 2. Record moments from meetings an
  10. SalesForce is not a contact manager: it is a professional tool for CRM (Customer Relationship Management). A contact manager is something everybody uses, not a CRM. I agree that Evernote needs to remain an all-purpose tool. I do not expect them to implement CRM features. This is exactly my point: contacts are part of everyone's workflow, so it is still something useful for everyone, and that everyone is free to use as he wants. Evernote has positioned itself has an entry point for contact management with the business card reader. They have also created a specific note format f
  11. Any recommendations on a contact manager that can do the things listed in my post? Evernote has already included some functionalities of a contact manager (business card scanning, special contact note format, automatic lookup from LinkedIn, ...). And many people already use it for contact management, collaborations, task management, ... They just need to use some painful tricks to do what they need. There is a clear added value of creating a contact management system in Evernote. Evernote's core business is taking notes. Adding the contacts layer would create a huge number of new fun
  12. It would be nice to have an integrated system with more functionalities for contacts management: Create an address book Download from and sync with Google Contacts, Outlook, ... Integrate the Work Chat with the address book Move the current business card note format to a more advanced contact note Contact notes should have functionalities such as: Create contact from business card scan (front and back sides) Add notes to contacts: This could be done automatically with a custom tagging system Allow different languages for each contact
  13. I am also very interested in this! Most of the business cards I have are in English on one side, and Chinese on the other side. I will lose half of the business card if I cannot get both sides.
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