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Nadya De Angelis

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  1. No, three years ago I successfully used it. I traveled with iPad for 2 months, and it was a life saver, since I created many notes during each day and then merged them into one. Now my desktop computer is broken and unavailable until August, so I am back on iPad again, and it’s amazing how bad Evernote app for iOS is. Without other apps like MergeEver it’s almost unusable. Another thing I miss is the possibility to change creation date, but I can’t recall the name of the app that allowed me to do that.
  2. Anybody knows what happened to MergeEver? I cannot find it in the AppStore.
  3. It looks nicer that a two cell table. Makes a note more visually structured. But unfortunately it's too complicated.
  4. Thanks. And what are those "desktop applications"?
  5. The screenshot is from "Blog Post Worksheet" template, found here: https://goo.gl/gqWt3E There is a table with two cells, but within it there are who separate boxes. I cannot figure out how to achieve this. Thanks!
  6. Good question. AFAIK, there's no such functionality. Moreover, you can't even copy/paste a table even within Evernote.
  7. Yes, Zapier works. It's ALMOST perfect. The only drawback is that it creates dates without zero, that is 201491 while I prefer 20140901. Here's a link to the "zap" (what IFTTT calls "a recipe") which would create a new note in a given notebook at a given time: http://zpr.io/GVwJ. Another useful thing it can do is to automatically create a reminder note. People often complain that Evernote does not have recurrent reminders – this is a way to enjoy them: http://zpr.io/GVwB
  8. Because often there are other notes created before the mac is turned on: twits, check-ins, blog posts etc. Also I keep a diary (precisely in the note which is called YYYYMMDD, updating it from various devices). In the evening I merge all these notes in one daily entry. My diary should come before twits and other automatically downloaded content, and if it is written in a note created before everything else, merging only takes one second. If not, I have to change the time of creation, or copy paste – it takes time. In other words, a list of daily notes sometimes looks like that: twit twit checkin YYYYMMDD twit twit ... and I want it to look like that: YYYYMMDD twit twit checkin twit twit
  9. Oh, OK. Then one solution would be to use Applescript. See Mac Productivity: Scheduling AppleScripts Thanks! I don't know anything about AppleScripts, so probably my concern is entirely stupid, but wouldn't it work only when my mac is on? Say if I manage to write a script (a highly improbable turn of events, but still) that creates a note every night at 3AM, then switch off the mac at 9PM, it will not be created?
  10. For the Mac, you can use tools like TextExpander to create any date/time format you wish, and have it autoexpand when you type the abbreviation, like "ymddate". Then when you create your Note, just enter "ymddate" in the title field. No, it's not what I mean (though I indeed use TextExpander's snippet, abbreviated "ddate"). My question is how to create such a note automatically, every day. The way IFTTT does but with a proper title.
  11. This is very interesting, thank you. I use similar method with WriteNote – it's on my phone's lock screen, so it goes really quickly. But still, an easily created note is not the same as automatically created note.
  12. As far as I can understand Everlog does something different: it creates a template that you can use when you want to create a note. It doesn't create a note automatically at a given time every day or every week. I use Android equivalents (WriteNote, BridgeNote) but they do not solve this problem.
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