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  1. Totally agree with Mwoerner. Any changes in the last 2 years? I'm a long time premium user and also really considering to switch to OneNote....
  2. Thanks for your amazingly quick reply! Basically, I get a lot of emails with new papers over the week and just drop all of the quickly in my dropbox to evaluate later (about once a week) when I have more time. To give an example: I get a newsletter from a journal and save one or two papers in the folder. Then a colleague mails me 5 "cool" papers, I quickly drop them in the review-folder and can continue working. When I have an hour on the train I then can work through all the accumulated papers (and would love to do it on my iPad). Also, I can consolidate papers (e.g. I have a note on the topic "acute myocardial infarction" where I write a short summary in the note on what the treatment and quick facts are, and attach 3-5 current papers to the note).
  3. Hi everyone, maybe some of you productivity experts can help me out. I'm working in the medical field and currently use my Macbook to check up on medical literature. It works like this: 1.) Find medical papers (PDF) and save them in an dropbox folder ("to-review"). 2.) Once a week I go through the new papers, and decide which ones to keep. 3.) The ones I want to keep get transferred to evernote with some parts copied out of them, summaries written in the note etc. Some notes on a broader topic also have more than one PDF in them (different guidelines, papers and so on). This works fine on my macbook - but I'd love to do it with my iPad (much easier on the go, nicer to read through the PDFs). My problems with this currently are: - The files that are in the "Review"-Dropbox folder are not offline in the dropbox app. - Even if that would work, how could I send the PDFs to evernote (to a new note or attach to an already existing note)? Do you have any idea or had the same problems? Thanks a lot for your help!
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