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  1. Shane D. I think some of us are a little thrown back about the "Dashboard Contest". I believe "Dashboard" is a common Mac feature, but is foreign to us Windows users. Perhaps you could post a followup with a little more explanation as to what "Dashboards" are, whether the contest is for just Mac users or all users, etc. To many of us, like Corybe, ewbeyer, and myself, this is a new and interesting concept within Evernote. Thanks
  2. Terminal, Are you a Mac user, or on Windows? Sayre Ambrosio has a nice looking Dashboard, but I notice he is a Mac user.
  3. Cory... You're not the only one to get struck with ...WOW ! Shane D's contest was the first I have ran into the term "Dashboard" in Evernote. I've heard reference to the Home, or Start Page, but I think this is the first I've heard of a Dashboard being in what is apparently fairly popular use; and I've been an Evernote User forever, starting back with the beginning program and there were no mobile apps or paid subscriptions. In fact, as I'm a Windows & Android user, I'm wondering if maybe this is a Mac phenomenon???
  4. slaw, Using the Web Version I don't think you can do what you're after. Try installing the Windows App and you'll be able to display all of a Notebook contents as Icons where you are currently seeing the Note contents. Seems like this was doable a couple years ago in the Web Version, but when the UI was updated this was lost. Personally, I find the Windows Desktop App much more usable for this and many other reasons.
  5. Check with Google Devs; maybe an upcoming 'clip to Drive' is in the works. If not, I've used IFTTT with some success having it copy any email I labeled "Evernote" into Evernote. Unfortunately you do not have the opportunity to edit the subject line, so you can't direct to specific notebook or tag and can't set reminders. You can always used the "forward to your Evernote email address" but again you do not have the opportunity to edit the subject line.
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