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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. I had the .dmg file but not another installation. I just downloaded from above and reinstalled. Thanks!
  4. Got this upon upgrading... Just saw why - If the download fails, this is the release that gets downloaded --> Evernote_RELEASE_6.8_453748
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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
  8. Brian - check out Veritrope. http://veritrope.com/code_type/evernote/
  9. Hey Rich - try Zapier. You may be able to hack a notification system to your needs. Amongst other cool stuff. Also since you use Trello, this integration might be good for you - http://jaworski.net/busylife-overview/
  10. Hey Renee. I have to be honest with you, I don't use Shoeboxed for my bcards. I use cardmunch. Not Evernote-affiliated at all, but a great app and it integrates with LinkedIn. There is a new devcup app that just came out as well - Cardful by no means is it ready, but when/ if it is, it will do what we need it to. Good luck!
  11. Hey Rich and Grump - forgive me. Apparently I didn't subscribe to this topic. Maybe my post was unclear. I was trying to iterate that you can use RSS as a trigger for public, no private here. For private, our one option is the integration Hojoki. You don't need RSS, you just input your Evernote credentials and you can select the privately shared notebook to monitor. I really want to develop this integration for the DevCup, along with a million others - I have a little DevCup ADD, but there are API limitations... Fighting through. Hope this helps!
  12. Richard - Hojoki absolutely works with privately shared notebooks and for public, you absolutely have an RSS Feed. If you are using a mac, if you click on the public url of your shared notebook you should see 'RSS' in your browser bar. Click that to subscribe and see your RSS address. Another way is to add your public url to Google Reader. Just click 'subscribe' and paste it in. Once subscribed, right click on the notebook and you'll see 'view details and statistics' and voila that's your RSS Feed address. An example of a public url is here - https://www.evernote.com/pub/lindseycholmes/shared. Link while you're there please! I also discovered another way to get notifications through IFTTT, Boxcar. This app works on iPhone and Mac. Let me know if you have any more questions.
  13. While there aren't any native ways, you can either use RSS - subscribe to the RSS of the notebook and have the changes come to email or even SMS if you use IFTTT.com or there is a new integration called Hojoki that tracks notifications. Hope this helps.
  14. Ooh Heather. Thanks for the heads up! I haven't integrated Food and Hello into AN yet. Mainly use it for to dos.
  15. I'll start... I am really into my Doxie for easy receipt scanning and/ or Shoeboxed on days when scanning is not going to happen! For a few bucks, I just ship my receipts off to Shoeboxed and they scan and upload to the cloud for me. For GTD/ To Dos I use Awesome Note for the two-way sync. A little buggy sometimes however. I have lost documents (recovered with Evernote Note History feature), in the sync. There are some cool To Do lists with two-way sync in the App Store (for iPhone users) right now that I am going to try out. Of course I like the official Evernote integrations. Hello and Food are ingenious. I started using Hello more during SXSW and was a life saver. My favorite part about Evernote is the life stream concept, so scrolling through and seeing people that I met, remembering good food memories, while procrastinating (I mean working) on a presentation provides some needed balance to life.
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