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Brian Murphy

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  1. Interesting, you might have to sign up for free account to see this but starting to see more integration with GMAIL and Evernote https://ifttt.com/applets/A7yTSzQ2-automatically-sync-starred-emails-in-gmail-to-evernote Automatically sync starred emails in Gmail to Evernote Simply star any message in Gmail, and save that email and its first attachment as a new note in Evernote. Each starred item will be saved as new note. The configuration includes the ability to set the NoteBook Name.
  2. Okay, well that is what I figured given the research I've done. Appreciate the validation. I will take a look at Filterize. I thought perhaps an application (apps.evernote.com). My Outlook method appears to be working but too mechanical. Most likely IFTTT (ifttt.org) is possible being you can design your own https://platform.ifttt.com/ I've already automated / created applets where I created specific worded alerts using alerts.google.com. You can also leverage their open API to create services, check this out https://platform.ifttt.com/docs/api_reference
  3. This post is very informative and provided me potential new ways to use Evernote. I do pay for the premium service and contemplating business. I read the entire thread to avoid asking a "rhetorical" or duplicate question. I don't "post" many questions online unless having exhausted all known research options. I use Evernote slightly different where my job requires extensive amount of research whether online books (Safari Online and Kindle), videos, Internet searches, Google Alerts (alerts.google.com), RSS Feeds (InoReader), and more. Majority of this being web based, websites. After 20 years in IT I've become "last resort" in many situations after other teams and the vendor fails to fix the problem. To achieve this required a lot of "moving" where I took roles that kept me out of the pigeon hole and allowed me to learn Windows Technology, then Networking, then IT Security, on to application development, and even highly specialized products such as Citrix, VMware, Hyper-V (Hypervisors). This allows me to "follow the packet" and go wherever it goes and no matter what I find and fix the problem. In web site references alone I have approximately 9000 Notes if not mistaken? Across all those and other areas mentioned above. So this is how I predominately use the product which I felt I should share as everyone else has on this thread before asking any questions. To put 9000 notes in perspective I'm fairly new to the product. Less than two years. I feel as though the email provided by Evernote to forward items would be of much greater use if it worked with forwarding and direct from source. Last but not least, take look at https://ifttt.com/search/query/evernote IF THIS THEN THAT - Wikipedia Incredible potential. I have others but I don't want to waste more of your time. I'll post them later on. Take Outlook for example, direct integration, you can "forward" an email to Evernote and being you can modify the subject or header information very easily have what I refer to as Dynamic Notebook. Even better, you can create a "Rule" [Advanced Rule] in Outlook to automate that process. I don't think I read this in the thread but very useful. Simply click on your Inbox, then an email, a specific person, a specific subject, there is even an option to look inside the "Headers" and automatically have all those emails forwarded to Evernote and it works because using Advanced Rules allows you to add variables to the subject line just as if clicking the forward button. If you want to know more, let me know. I'm in IT so I maintain Google Business Accounts, and Office 365, and others. What I just described above is not possible with Gmail, one example. You can create "Rules" for "Tagging" email and you can even add Evernote address to be a forwarder. Problem is, there is no way to automate or modify the Subject Line. If I want to sign up for NIST.gov security alerts with Evernote address it goes to First Notebook. Then I have to manually move it. Am I making sense? This can be resolved, IMO, with Dynamic Notebooks where you can define criteria beyond a top level name. Or, I'm missing something. Whether LinkedIn, Microsoft Updates, Forum post updates, I would like to send those to Evernote and find a way to automate moving those specific emails to specific Notebooks but where I have no ability to modify the subject line or add variables. So, for now, I'm going to test the following idea: I'm going to use Advanced Rule in Outlook, send it to email1.abc.com (me). Create a Rule that does immediate forward but this is not as easy as it sounds. I cannot do immediate. Why? I lose the chance to Tag subject line. So for now going to right a script (Powershell) and Advanced Rules that first send a copy of the email to a staging folder, then tag it, then forward it. Sounds easy but it isn't and if Outlook is closed it won't work being Client Side rule only. Any ideas appreciated. Brian Murphy - My Bio
  4. Initially I tried this in Personal Edition but not available and I don't yet know if it is available in Business edition as of yet because I first wanted (assumed) I could export all my content and that content is divided to Notebooks. Each Notebook is an area of specific research. If I'm researching Microsoft Server 2016 and SCCM that would be different than Exchange 2016. Those are two notebooks. If I share one or the other with others it needs to be related just to those specific topics and not have any notes of anything unrelated. Lot of notebooks, lot of shares. I have concluded that you simply cannot create a Stack and share the stack and let the team choose. I'm hoping Business Edition will do this otherwise it has no value for me beyond me. I cannot use it as a archive/KB/collections of information by relative topic and keywords. If I'm missing something I'll post in feature request. Now, I opened the Business account assuming I could export my content. I downloaded latest Windows build. Exported the content. Logged off, back on as Business account ID, imported the content and none of the Notebooks or Stacks imported. Just hundreds of notes (just started using the product). I read a KB article about then logging to Web as my personal account and performing a "Move" notebook option that doesn't exist for me. Is this a upgrade? Because at this point I would, like to share what I've build in the test environment and port that to the Business account, not have to create 50 Notebooks and move all that content around. I have not been using the tool very long but I have created a lot of notebooks and lot of content that once shown to management would demonstrate my point versus what we are using today. Knowledge is power. Organized knowledge quickly found, in technology, power and bonus check. I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction or simply state what I'm trying to do cannot be done and I'll first test the ability in Business edition to share out Top Level notebooks that are high level like "Exchange" and then under that Category I need Exchange_Security, Exchange_2016, Exchange_Online.... Just minor examples but some technologies get very fragmented. Like "Two Factor", then notebooks under that for specific technologies from Google or other. This combined with the ability to save PDF's and have everyone aggregate there research to a single structure is the value for my team right now. And I'm sure there is much more.
  5. Initially I tried this in Personal Edition but not available and I don't yet know if it is available in Business edition as of yet because I first wanted (assumed) I could export all my content and that content is divided to Notebooks. Each Notebook is an area of specific research. If I'm researching Microsoft Server 2016 and SCCM that would be different than Exchange 2016. Those are two notebooks. If I share one or the other with others it needs to be related just to those specific topics and not have any notes of anything unrelated. Lot of notebooks, lot of shares. I have concluded that you simply cannot create a Stack and share the stack and let the team choose. I'm hoping Business Edition will do this otherwise it has no value for me beyond me. I cannot use it as a archive/KB/collections of information by relative topic and keywords. If I'm missing something I'll post in feature request. Now, I opened the Business account assuming I could export my content. I downloaded latest Windows build. Exported the content. Logged off, back on as Business account ID, imported the content and none of the Notebooks or Stacks imported. Just hundreds of notes (just started using the product). I read a KB article about then logging to Web as my personal account and performing a "Move" notebook option that doesn't exist for me. Is this a upgrade? Because at this point I would, like to share what I've build in the test environment and port that to the Business account, not have to create 50 Notebooks and move all that content around. I have not been using the tool very long but I have created a lot of notebooks and lot of content that once shown to management would demonstrate my point versus what we are using today. Knowledge is power. Organized knowledge quickly found, in technology, power and bonus check. I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction or simply state what I'm trying to do cannot be done and I'll first test the ability in Business edition to share out Top Level notebooks that are high level like "Exchange" and then under that Category I need Exchange_Security, Exchange_2016, Exchange_Online.... Just minor examples but some technologies get very fragmented. Like "Two Factor", then notebooks under that for specific technologies from Google or other. This combined with the ability to save PDF's and have everyone aggregate there research to a single structure is the value for my team right now. And I'm sure there is much more.
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