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  1. @Leo Gong Are collapsible note sections going to be added (or any new formatting options, for that matter)?
  2. Kitezh47

    Notebook-Specific Evernote Email Address

    Do you have a specific scripting tool in mind?
  3. I'd like Evernote to enable creating an Evernote email for a specific notebook. Use case: I forward all financial mail to the "Financial records" notebook. I want to directly send them to the respective notebook, as opposed to having to move them from the default "Inbox" notebook to the the "Financial records" notebook. I appreciate you considering my suggestion. Hope to get a response from the Evernote Team as to whether the aforementioned feature will be added. Best regards, Kitezh47
  4. Kitezh47

    How are you using Spaces?

    @Leo Gong Is there any timeframe for Spaces being added to Evernote Personal? Frankly, I can't wait to forgo Stacks for Spaces.
  5. So far, I've got 346 failed Evernote clips. Reclipping them individually is going to take too much time. How do I reclip them all at once? Hope the EN Team will respond to this.
  6. Any timeframe for Evernote Spaces being made available to Evernote Personal users?
  7. Kitezh47

    How are you using Spaces?

    @Leo Gong On an unrelated note, are the features for efficiently managing long notes going to be added? I mean note sections and creating a Wikipedia-style in-note table of contents, each item of which links to a specific note section. That would be ideal for stream-of-consciousness notes. I'd like to put my (sometimes fragmentary) ideas on some topic into the respective note section.
  8. Kitezh47

    How are you using Spaces?

    Hello, @Leo Gong! In the light of the Evernote Business Beta Release, here are my two suggestions: Enable putting notes in Stacks; Make Spaces available in the personal beta version of Evernote. Hope to get a response as to whether the requested features are going to be added. Best regards, @Kitezh47 .
  9. Here's how I see note sections. A Wikipedia-like in-note table of contents, each item of which links to a respective section of a (long) note. —>—> —> Which means that you can scroll down through all the sections of a given note, it just will be inconvenient. A UX idea for the Evernote Team: The table of contents, each of whose items links to a respective section of the note,—> —> the table of contents shouldn't just be at the top of the (presumably long) note, it should be also accessible from the More Options Menu.
  10. In general, it all comes down to adding 3 hierarchy levels to the structure. Here's how I plan to use these 3 structural entities: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ A) Note sections --- "The contents of every note are organized into sections" Note sections are necessary for efficiently managing long notes. Specifically, for creating a table of contents for a long note. I find it extremely useful to compile the crucial takeaways from dozens of productivity articles into one long note, so I don't forget what I read. Over time, the note in question becomes *very* long and I need to scroll through the entire note to find a certain productivity tip. The solution is simple: 1) Firstly, dividing the note into sections Note: Productivity Tips (Takeaways & Key Points) Section 1: Health & Productivity Section 2: Keyboard shortcuts Section 3: Note-Taking Techniques 2) Secondly, generating a table of contents. It's generated automatically by clicking "Generate table of contents" in the More Options menu. While this function seems similar to making a table of contents from a set of selected notes, there is an important difference. With notes, a user can select the notes for the table of contents. With note sections, however, a user cannot select the note sections: the table of contents automatically selects all note sections. I believe this limitation is necessary to prevent confusion. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ B ) Sub-notebooks ------ Every notebook is organized into sub-notebooks" Sub-notebooks would be great for categorizing archived articles on different topics. Notebook stack: "Self-Improvement" Notebook: "Productivity & Organization" Sub-notebook 1: "Home/Workspace Organization" Note 1: Some article on organizing your workspace Note 2: Another article on organizing your workspace Sub-notebook 2: "Organizing your digital life" Note 1: Some article on organizing your digital life Note 2: Another article on organizing your digital life ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ C) Folders aka Meta-Stacks ------ "Stacks are organized into folders aka meta-stacks" Folders aka Meta-Stacks would be very useful for separating completely unrelated kinds of notes. In this example, the two completely disparate types of notes are the work-related documents and the articles on scientific research/new technologies/. Meta-Stack aka Folder: Work Stack 1: Financial Records & Legal Documents Notebook 1: Receipts Note: Receipt 1 Note: Receipt 2 Note: Receipt 3 Notebook 2: Document Scans Note: Document Scan 1 Note: Document Scan 2 Note: Document Scan 3 Stack 2: Work-related emails & Business Cards Notebook 1: Work-related emails Notebook 2: Business Cards Meta-Stack aka Folder: STEM Stack 1: Engineering & Technology + Applied Math Notebook 1: MechEng & Aerospace Notebook 2: EECS & AI/ML Notebook 3: Biotech Stack 2: Pure Science & Math Notebook 1: Theoretical Physics (Quantum Physics, General Relativity, & String Theory) Notebook 2: Pure Mathematics Stack 3: STEM & Society Notebook 1: Net Neutrality Notebook 2: Bioethics Notebook 3: Internet & Attention Span ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your response; I hope my examples helped clarify what I need the suggested features for. P.S. Please implement at least some of these. The earliest popularly supported request for additional structural entities aka hierarchy levels is almost 10 years old. It's high time the Evernote Team took the ultimate note-taking app to the next level of awesomeness. UPD: //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// P.P.S. Here are some old threads with similar requests. Sub-notebooks (1 thread) Note sections & navigation (3 threads) ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
  11. At present, the structural organization of Evernote is in dire need of improvement. Here are the no-brainer features that should be added to Evernote as soon as humanly and technically possible. 1) The contents of every note are organized into sections 2) Every notebook is organized into sub-notebooks 3) Stacks are organized into folders aka meta-stacks. My request basically boils down to adding 3 new structural entities: 1) note sections; 2) sub-notebooks; 3) meta-stacks. If you agree that these features need to be added, please upvote this post. I hope to get an official response from the Evernote Development Team as to whether the abovementioned features are going to be added.
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