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  1. Hi Daniel. While you can’t do this natively through Evernote, you can through IFTTT. IFTTT let’s you automate different needs utilizing Evernote and hundreds of other apps. There is a way to integrate the Reminders app and Evernote as you suggested. http://IFTTT.com
  2. I'm personally a fan of being lax around my Evernote organization when I want to be, and having a more tight workflow when I want to have one. I try to meet my Evernote clients where they are as well. For me this means getting all of my content into Evernote as quickly as possible and sometimes simply relying on search to allow me to locate the things I need, until I can further organize them. That said. The separation of the two in terms of search is a huge disruption to my workflow. A unified search is key for me. I would like to see switches for drastic implementations such as this.
  3. Whew. That's not good. Please do me a favor and reauthorize Evernote
  4. Did you have any syncing Errors with Evernote?
  5. It should just be the name of your list and the 'send' tag.
  6. I had the .dmg file but not another installation. I just downloaded from above and reinstalled. Thanks!
  7. Got this upon upgrading... Just saw why - If the download fails, this is the release that gets downloaded --> Evernote_RELEASE_6.8_453748
  8. Hi friends. I need someone to do a quick video recording themselves using and explaining my simply Evernote app. Can you help? When can you have it completed? How much? Message me please. Thanks! Lindsey
  9. Never! But again, didn't need them to. That was enough to scare the heck out of me. Way more than when EN removed the list view from the Mac client (Thankfully that's been re-added). I've recovered and life is back to normal. Howdy, Lindsey. Thank you for "chiming in". Microsoft never rectified the issue with you?... that's remarkable! ~ Alan P.S. See PM.
  10. Sorry for chiming in on an old post, but speaking of OneNote, Encryption and Privacy... I signed up and throughly played with OneNote just for a comparison about a year ago. I even migrated some content over... Not longer after, to my surprise/ chagrin I received an email from Microsoft stating that my account was locked due to some potentially 'harmful' content in my account. There was no option to retrieve the content, mainly some ebooks and a few notes. This became the biggest deterrent to dealing with Microsoft for my private notes. Yea there's no encryption yet in EN (I truly believe it's coming), but at least they aren't snooping in my stuff. I don't know what could have been 'harmful' and I don't care, I value freedom, or at least a greater level of freedom than OneNote.
  11. Hi Gazumped! The app renders basic HTML templates. Right now wrappers in light and dark (black) and one minimal (a formatted email without a wrapper). I assure you that the email doesn't look like an Evernote note. I will be posting pics in the near future but in the meantime it is free to try. Thanks so much.
  12. Hi Folks! Lindsey, your Small Business Ambassador/ Evernote Business Certified Consultant, here. I wanted to share my very first public Evernote application with you in hopes that it will bring ease and most importantly productivity to your email marketing/ sharing flows. Mastodon, is what Postach.io is to the blog - for email newsletters. With Mastodon sending newsletters complete with pictures and videos is as easy as a tag. Mastodon uses the best of Evernote’s robust text editor, drag n’ drop ease, the ability to add multimedia, public and private sharing features, and some killer integrations to not only make email creation effortless, but a seamless, productive and even automated experience alongside your everyday tasks. How Does Mastodon Work? The Email Newsletter The newsletter is created entirely in an #Evernote note. Users are free to add photos, video or any other type of file that Evernote supports. The List Users easily import a CSV file or paste plain text contacts into their dashboard to make a list. The Tag/ Sending Emails Email sends are triggered via Evernote tag. The name of the list can serve as a tag or an alternative tag can be chosen). After creating the newsletter, a user simply adds the desired ‘list tag’ and ‘send.’ Tracking Email opens and success rates are tracked in your Mastodon dashboard. Please try out Mastodon and let me know what you think. I am seeking constructive feedback and feature suggestions. Want to learn more about my inspiration or get a recap of our launch at EC4? Please see our press release here. Thanks so much for your support. Hope you Enjoy Mastodon as much as I do.
  13. I prefer this method. Going through 75,000 notes manually becomes cumbersome. I would add one thing however - it might be better to select "My Notes' first (available in the view menu). I found that a lot of my duplicates were from someone else's notebook, a shared notebook. I saved a lot of time but just selecting my notes, the notes that I could actually delete. Great suggestion @csihilling
  14. KiwiJen - I'm a GTDer, but find that in my busy times it requires too much 'thinking' for me, so I do understand your pain. Try some of these -- ERA (previous Devcup entrant, decent To Do/ Reminder app), Evertaskz (really basic To Do app, but good integration options), Hojoki (dashboard of everything you do in Evernote and other places (Pocket, Box, Dropbox, etc), and allows you to make a task out of each. I've tried them all so I understand your pain. Hopefully Evernote will make 'Evernote DO,' the Evernote task manager for us.
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