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tulsa40

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  1. As a former Treo user (now in the Windows Mobile camp), I can't wait for the Pre. But I can't see using any smartphone that doesn't have Evernote software. (Note to self: Make sure I don't order the Pre without there being Evernote software, or I'll be sorry.) Finally, though: The Smartphone Revolution has begun -- great new phones and great phone software are here, with more to come.
  2. Windows Mobile...nice but not always so user friendly. iPhone...wonderful, but no built-in multitasking. Palm Pre...now, that looks really exciting. But without Evernote, a Palm Pre is like like having a fancy car with a broken engine, as far as I'm concerned. Any hints that there will be Evernote software for the Palm Pre when this new smartphone hits the market?
  3. I have three questions regarding IMAP use for Evernote on a Windows Mobile 6 smartphone. First, if I delete (accidentally!) a note on my WM8 smartphone, will that note also be deleted in my other Evernote places? Second, I only plan to use my notes for reading on my smartphone (at least using the email software.) Am I better off use using POP and not IMAP4 in that case? Third, can anyone recommend a good WM6 email program for using with Evernote? Is there one that lets me search within emails? Thanks.
  4. I'm reluctant to add a "me, too" post, but in this case I would like to say, yes, subnotebooks would be great. I like to be able to see all my notebooks on the screen and not have any below the monitor. Without subnotebooks that limits the number of notebooks I can use. Having all the notebooks helps make Evernote a highly useable program.
  5. I used to use Remember the Milk, but prefer Evernote. I wasn't crazy about RTM's web interface (though I liked how it was integrated into Gmail -- hint, hint, Evernote.) I have an Evernote notebook called Action, which appears at the top of my Evernote notebook list. That's my GTD list, and it's very visible every time I open Evernote, either on the web or using the desktop software. I've set up the "Note List" view, so I can see the title of all my todo notes in Action. Simple and effective. Of course, I use Evernote for so much more than a get things done system, and that's a big advantage over RTM. You can put everything in Evernote, so your GTD system also contains everything else you want to have on hand. It took me a while to make the transition from RTM to Evernote, but now that I have an Evernote system that works for me, I can't see going back to Remember the Milk.
  6. Whenever I use clip to Evernote in Firefox (ver 3.03), I can't use the back page button. In other words, after clipping something to Evernote in Firefox, either using the web clipper button or the right mouse button, I can't return to the previous page. (Alt-left arrow also doesn't work.) This happens with the three computers that I have Firefox installed on. The back button is no longer functioning. (This does not happen with Internet Explorer, however.) Is there a fix for this? Not being able to go back a page after clipping a webpage or portion of a page into Evernote is a problem. Thanks.
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