jefito's post in Macro/Automatic way to generate multiple notes each day? was marked as the answer
A simple PowerShell + ENScript solution:
# You may need to modify this according to the location of ENScript.exe $ENscript = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\ENScript.exe" # Create an empty file for input into ENScript command $out_file = "blank.txt" $pre_file = "" $pre_file | out-File $out_file -encoding ASCII # Get the System date and format it to the Evernote expected format $CurDate = Get-Date -Format "yyyy-MM-dd" # Create notes... $Notebook = "Work - Journal" $NoteTitle = '"' + $CurDate + " - " + $Notebook + '"' # DEBUG: write notebook and title to console #Write-Host "NoteTitle = " $NoteTitle " Notebook = " $Notebook & $ENscript createNote /i $NoteTitle /n $Notebook /s blank.txt $Notebook = "Work - TO DO" $NoteTitle = '"' + $CurDate + " - " + $Notebook + '"' & $ENscript createNote /i $NoteTitle /n $Notebook /s blank.txt $Notebook = "Personal - TO DO" $NoteTitle = '"' + $CurDate + " - " + $Notebook + '"' & $ENscript createNote /i $NoteTitle /n $Notebook /s blank.txt $Notebook = "Personal - Notebook" $NoteTitle = '"' + $CurDate + " - " + $Notebook + '"' & $ENscript createNote /i $NoteTitle /n $Notebook /s blank.txt #TODO: delete blank.txt if desired #EXTRACREDIT: Make an array of notebook names so you can use a loop to create # each note title and the associated note Not particularly elegant. I am not an expert PowerShell programmer.
jefito's post in Account was accessed multiple times, no notification/email. was marked as the answer
Please see the following relevant topic, particularly posts by @Rich Tener:
jefito's post in After latest update pasting web text is now formatted as a hyperlink. was marked as the answer
What kind of text is it? Is it a URL or other link-resembling text? I paste from web pages into the Windows client a fair bit, and I don't see this happening.
jefito's post in SOLVED - Do I need premium when I want to re-sort my notes? was marked as the answer
Manual ordering of notes in note lists is not available in Evernote, at any account level. It's a much-requested feature (e.g., see similar request:
One exception: reminder notes can be manually ordered in reminder lists. The ones I'm familiar with are in the Windows Evernote application (snippet, thumbnail, card views) and the Android Evernote application. You can choose to have them auto-ordered by date, or manually, in which case you can drag/drop reminders to other locations in the reminder lists.
jefito's post in using -tag:<tag> does not work with tags that have whitespace was marked as the answer
Curious. This works for me in the latest beta (22.214.171.12480 (308380) Prerelease (CE Build ce-62.3.7750)). I tried this with my own sppace-containing tag, plus your -tag:"department meeting" tag. You're not using curved quotation marks (“…”), are you? That shows the same behavior you're seeing. I use: "
jefito's post in Which has fewer bugs between Evernote beta or public? was marked as the answer
No idea. The betas are likely to have bugs -- and I'd beware of the current one, as it has a major new syncing feature -- but it also fixes bugs in the prior release. I am on the beta track, and have had no major problems with the current beta, but others have; a lot depends on your Evernote usage. Read the release post to know more:
jefito's post in Evernote Email was marked as the answer
This not a normal email account that you can access; it's an email address that you can send emails to that get put into your Evernote notes database: "Email your notes, snapshots, and audio clips directly into your account. Emailed notes will go directly into your default notebook." See https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/209005347-How-to-save-email-into-Evernote.
jefito's post in Saving a web article that's spread over several pages was marked as the answer
I believe that there are web extensions available for some browsers that figure out that a web site is a multi-page affair, and can present it as a single page. I've never used one, but you should be able to find one using a web search for : <your web browser, e.g. chrome> extension view multi page site as single page
jefito's post in Where are local files stored in Windows was marked as the answer
This is outdated information. The old default location is not appropriate, per Microsoft standards.The new default location is c:\Users\<username>\Evernote. As gazumped noted, the location where Evernote thinks your database is located is given by Tools / Options / General : Evernote Local Files
jefito's post in How to permanently close/delete your Evernote Account was marked as the answer
Direct from the support folks (I haven't done it myself):
To deactivate your Evernote account, follow these steps:
Save your content:
Export any notes and notebooks you wish to keep (Mac: selectView > Notebooks; right-click on a blank area in the Notebooks view, then select File > Export All Notes…; choose a file type and save the file to your computer, Windows: right-click on Notebooksin the Sidebar; select Export Notes…, choose a file type and save the file to your computer)
Additional information for exporting and archiving your content can be found here: www.evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/28607737
Delete your notes (optional):
Evernote does not automatically delete your notes in case you decide to reactivate your account at a later time
Leave any notebooks currently shared to your account by right-clicking on the notebook and selecting Leave Notebook…
Delete your notes (Mac: select View > Notes; press Command + A; right-click on a note and select Delete Notes; right-click on theTrash Notebook and select Empty Trash…, Windows: Click Notesin the Sidebar; select one note then press Command + A; right-click on a note and select Delete Notes; right-click on the TrashNotebook and select Empty Trash…)
Deactivate your account:
Downgrade your account and cancel your subscription through the service you used to subscribe: www.evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/23466441
Deactivate your account at www.evernote.com/Deactivate.action
We appreciate you being an Evernote customer and welcome any feedback you wish to share with us regarding the deactivation of your account. If you would like to remove your email address entirely from the Evernote servers, complete all the steps above then respond to this email confirming your request. Otherwise, no further action is required on your part.
jefito's post in Where is the print button in the new editor? was marked as the answer
The web beta is known not to be feature complete, and, being a pre-release, may not be for everyone (current release notes). The old web client is still available, you you should probably stick to that for the time being.
jefito's post in How to sort notes alphabetically? was marked as the answer
If you exited Evernote and restarted, and things are still out of order, then you should check to see if there are extra space characters in your notebook names, which may affect alphabetization.
There are no folders in notebooks (or in Evernote at all). Notebooks contain only notes. Here's the overview:
You account consists of notebooks. Notebooks can be personal (ones you create in the account) or shared (which are notebooks in some other account). Notebooks contain only notes. Notebooks can be organized into stacks. Stacks can contain only notebooks. Your account's notebooks are listed as a collection of notebooks and stacks. If this is unclear, you might try posting a screen capture of whatever you're referring to, and that may help to clear things up.