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  1. That link no longer works?
  2. I'm running WebClipper 7.4.1 in Chrome on my Mac and cannot save a web clip. No matter what option I choose for clipping the save dialog just spins and the clip is never saved. Any other tips I should try?
  3. I have quite a few tags that I use to organize my notes. While on the Tags display screen I was hoping that after I click on a tag all tags that are not part of a note with the selected tag would be removed from the screen rather than grayed out. The gray feature is good but it would be even easier for me to narrow down what I'm looking for if gray tags were actually removed from the screen. Is this an option?
  4. I use checkboxes to quickly capture information about customers when I'm on calls with them. I would not call this list of checkboxes todos, but more just ways to understand information about a customer. In the screen shot attached you can see a small list of checkboxes that I would either check or leave unchecked based on the results of my call. How can I search on these? Let's say I want to find all customers that have embedded and dashboard checked?
  5. So how do you handle this than? Let's say you have an email that states something like this.... Thank you for your time today. (blah blah blah).... As discussed, can you please send me over that manual on how your product works. Much thanks, Customer So now you want to put this inside of Evernote. That's no problem with the forward email feature. It's now a note so you can easily add a todo to it, again, sweetness. Finally it comes time to complete the task and all you need to do is reply to the email with the document attached. How do you do this from Evernote? This is kind of a lame example because it would have just been easier to have replied right away with the attachment and called it a day Still, it was the best I could think of fast and kind of gets the point across. I'm a fan of Evernote and a paid customer so please don't think this thread is about me complaining. I'm trying to learn best practices here and get MORE into Evernote. It's an excellent product, but this one area has always gotten me stuck and I was just hoping for some advice
  6. I really want to push all my email into Evernote. Right now the thing stopping me the most is being able to reply to an email that is stored inside of Evernote. So if I push an email into Evernote and my goal is to get back to the person via email, how do I do that inside of Evernote? Also, if the email (now note) needs to be sent to someone else is the only option to share that note with a person? I really just need to forward the email off to someone. I'm sure this is addressed some way and I'm just not getting it. Could I please get some advice on this? Thank you very much!
  7. First, I'm not Mac. Second, there are apparently three potential places on a Mac where your database is stored, depending upon where you downloaded the Mac client. Please search the board for more info on this topic. Third, having said all that, here's a post by Heather (an EN wizard) helping someone restore their tags from a Time Machine backup. It would seem steps #1 & #2 are the critical parts to moving a Mac database from one computer to another (or restoring after a crash), once you determine where the database is located. (The subsequent steps are specific to that user & their tag problem.) But again, I'm not Mac & can't address this specifically. I have, however, successfully done a similar process on PCs many times. It's also helpful even if you have all sync'd notes but have a lot of them, since it saves the time of downloading all the notes to a new/different computer. IE, trying to keep a slow computer (or one with no internet connection) in sync with your main computer. Thank you very much for your reply. Are there any Mac users out there that can give me their 2 cents on this so I can understand the steps? I'd hate to invest the time putting everything I have file wise into Evernote to later find out I'm in trouble if my machine needs to be changed out again.
  8. I just rebuilt my MBP and since all my notebooks sync it was very easy to move Evernote to the fresh install. Question is, what would I have had to do if the notebooks where local? I'd like to start using Evernote even more to contain some much larger files that I will not be syncing up to the cloud. So that means these notebooks will be local and might make moving Evernote next time a little bit more challenging. Just would like to know what the process would be if I have to do this again sometime soon. Thank you
  9. I'll have to give that a shot. The new update to this chrome add-in is quite nice. Edit: Sadly this does not work The way the page is built it just doesn't lend it self well to snippet.
  10. I'm using a product called Zimbra email. Yeah pretty much that's what I'm looking to collect in the way of data.
  11. Exactly. This way I can look back at the emails and copy the person's address into a new email if I have to get back to them. OK in a wonderful world I would have this person's information all nicely logged into a system and I could just go back, look them up and get what I need but I'm just not that organized plus a lot of time I just need to see who I "responded all" too so I can understand who I sent the email too. Your example is what I'm looking to do. Also as gazumped mentioned, the forward does this correctly but I need this to work from the original email and would rather not have to constantly look into my sent folder to push emails into evernote.
  12. I'm not putting any evernote information into the subject. Let me give you an example of an email. Customer sends me an email asking for pricing. I reply to that email with the pricing in the the email and add my evernote email address into the bcc line so it gets logged into evernote. I don't want to put evernote information into the email subject because the customer is not going to understand what it's all about. This is also the case when I'm the first person sending out an email to a customer that I want logged into evernote. Again, I cannot put evernote information into the subject line because the customer won't understand what I'm doing and it just don't look correct. Does this make sense? Hope I explained it correctly for you. Thank you for responding to my question
  13. Yes the emails that I have forward to Evernote have the header in the body of the note. The issue with the rule is that every email will be sent to Evernote or I have to make up a ton of rules. Now I just put the evernote email address in the bcc when the email is important. The company I work for also uses Zimbra as the email client and it's not really the most functional thing in the world
  14. When I send an email into Evernote I get the subject of the email in the subject of the note and I get the body of the email in the body of the note. Where does the header go? I know this might sound silly but I use the header to see the email address of the people I'm talking to. If I need to email them back I normally go back to the email to get their address.
  15. Thank you for the fast response. My account has been upgraded.
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