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Mariusz Matusiak

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  1. Hello All In my work I make notes in Evernote. From time to time I need to prepare a report of my work (quarterly) so to speed things up I am adding the dates using Ctrl+; next to specific actions. Is it possible to synchronize all of these added dates, (perhaps making them Tags or something) and actions written next to them (in the same line) so they are visible as points: in a calendar (Google, Outlook,...) summarized in a one larger Evernote Note using e.g. a Calendar Template Right now, periodically, I link the "Topic" notes that contain listed dates next to action points internally with the corresponding days in another Evernote Calendar-type note. But I search for faster and less manual work. Best, Mariusz
  2. +1 for this suggestions as it mostly covers my desire for this software. I also use Mendeley, and I found it very useful for its main purpose which is reference management. It has tags, you can search through contents of PDFs, you have different styles of citations and web browser and MS Word plugins (no such thing for LaTeX, but at least I can export my bibliography and handle the rest in VS Code editor). However, Mendeley lacks some good approach to make notes. You can highlight PDF content, provide some notes per each paper, but not provide more general ones for multiple papers. I think there is no point for Evernote to be another reference manager but It would be great to have some sort of synchronization option between Evernote and Mendeley/Zotero. Right now I configured my Mendeley instance to save all the PDFs I collected on Google Drive which is also connected to Evernote. But this only allows me to synchronize original PDFs without highlights and notes I made in Mendeley.
  3. I also use Mendeley, and I found it very useful for its main purpose which is reference management. It has tags, searching by PDF content, different styles of citations. But it lacks a good approach to make notes. You can highlight PDF content, provide some notes per each paper, but not provide more general ones. It would be great to have a sort of synchronization option between Evernote and Mendeley. Right now I configured Mendeley to save all the PDFs I have on Google Drive which is also connected to Evernote. But this only allows me to store plain PDFs without previously highlighted stuff in Mendeley.
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