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May

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  1. Evernote is the only thing worth paying for ...
  2. Editorial is probably better, I'm not using it because I haven't tried it yet
  3. Sure, but that's not an issue in my case. Increasing monthly limit shouldn't slow Evernote down. I already upload tonnes of photos and (just started) videos per month and have over 20,000 notes and there's no problem. I use Evernote 99% of the time on iPad though and the search works differently than on desktop. Heck, I don't even store most of the attachments (photos and videos) locally in offline Notebooks just to save local storage space on iPad. If you have performance issues on a desktop that's a totally different problem in my view. I agree... Photos need to be indexed via Evernote servers but videos are just unindexed attachments. If anything I'd imagine storing lots of long pdfs and ebooks should slow Evernote search a lot more. Small size but lots of text. I think they even limit up to which point pdf and epub files are indexed. With videos or some other file attachments there's no such problem because search doesn't need to crawl through them.
  4. I streamlined the process of copying local note link even more. I don't even need to switch to Drafts, I can convert external note link to local note link right from Evernote app. This requires a jailbreak though. Here's an example: Pretty cool, huh?
  5. Which would take only 766 years to reach at a rate of 1gb per month Doubt I'll live that long but who knows... Overall space limit is not the issue, the relevant issue is monthly limit and having to pay $5 per each 1gb.
  6. Also Yahoo has redesigned its Flickr photo-sharing service, offering users up to 1TB of storage without a fee. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-22608122 That's pretty impressive. I think as technology improves it's not unreasonable to expect more space so I'm just wondering if it's going to happen any time soon in Evernote. I know there's no real answer, I'm just throwing it out there. If they do increase space limits that'd be pretty cool, if they don't I'll just have to pay more for it :/ (a good thing for Evernote though lol ... Or is it?)
  7. I consider video and photos to be very important things to store as memories. So why not? The main appeal of Evernote is that everything is there.Also when google glass come out and people start sending videos to Evernote and start running into space limits, more space would be pretty usefull. Yeah, you could store photos and videos elsewhere, that's what I used to do until I figured out a very cool workflow that alows me to store and organize them in Evernote conveniently. Now that I store videos and photos in Evernote (along with everything else) it made it easier to access them from any device and also made Evernote a hell of a lot more valuable to me overall.
  8. Since I started adding my personal videos to Evernote I would really like to have a bit more space. Even though I compress those videos quite a lot, e.g. from around 800mb I manage to compress it to 30mb and it's so convenient to store them in Evernote. I have most of my life now documented in Evernote. I know you can buy 1gb more but I really would like to have at least 3gb per month and paying 15$ every month is kind of expensive. It's not like I occasionally need more space, I really need at least 3gb each month consistently. Of course the more the better because then I could save reasonably high quality videos (720p instead of 360p). I'm just wondering if there's any chance we will get more space in near future. What do you think? Do you guys ever run into space issues? (1gb used to be enough for me until I started adding videos)
  9. Automated the process more details in the video description or here http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/39792-cant-create-note-links-in-en-ios-clients/#entry222701
  10. I automated the process of converting external note link to internal note link with Drafts and Pythonista Here's an example of how it works: All I have to do is: Copy Note link in Evernote Paste it in Drafts and select my custom action The note link is automatically converted and copied to clipboard Here's how to set it up You will need Drafts and Pythonista apps. In Drafts you will need to create this custom URL Action: In Pythonista you will need to create this script and name it as “internal evernote note link”: Check how your own evernote note links look and tweak the script accordinglyYou will need to replace “shard/s45/sh" with whatever is in your own external link that evernote generates, “s45” might be different for you. And in “evernote:///view/4444444/s45/” Replace “4444444/s45/” with whatever is in your own internal note link (create one on the desktop and check if needed)
  11. I'm interested in this too...
  12. So I've figured it out, it's possible to quickly add reminders with Drafts app, here's a how to (example) vid I've just made:Drafts improved a lot since last time I tried it, supports first line as a note title, can automatically add dates to title or body, and all kinds of stuff. Very cool. I'm going to use it now instead of FastEver.
  13. -100, zoom would absolutely ruin it. Let's not make developers waste their precious time adding useless functionality.
  14. Want to see what you should/might be doing? Look up a list of all of tasks you can do in the moment. Got an idea? just dictate it and send to evernote tagged as "my ideas" Want to keep track of your diet? just take a picture whenever you eat anything and save to evernote food. Etc. This would be perfect for all of those moments when you need to quickly capture something or quickly look something up. All you'd have to do is just think about anything and then you could almost instantly look it up in Evernote. It's not like there's anything you can't do already with a smartphone but using a smartphone is obtrusive, it's like an additional task, it takes you out of the moment. But (hopefully) using google glass would be more like using your own brain. So Evernote could become more like an actual extension of your own brain. I think this is the future really. Your thoughts?
  15. Lool it was a joke Microsoft OneNote would work better for one note only workflow though.
  16. Just one single note for everything is the ultimate workflow. This is why the app is called EverNOTE (one infinite note that you use forever)
  17. There's also a workaround. You can simulate many levels of nested folders and organize everything into anything even with flat tags or notebooks. You'd just have to keep the hierarchy somewhere outside of evernote, e.g. in a separate Mind map or outline, etc.. Here's an example of organizing a tag in multiple ways, I have no limitations in my organizational structure. I can organize anything into any kind of structure, i.e hierarchical or even non hierarchical networked structure. It's just a mind map in Evernote that organizes stuff, kind of a higher level overview. The mind map is a lot bigger, you just see a small portion of it. This workaround solves the problem and gives me pretty much unlimited organisational flexibility. It's nice to have this mind map, it surely doesn't hurt, sometimes it's useful to connect some topics, though most of the time I don't actually need it. 99% of the time I just search for a specific Tag and then find what I need by browsing or keep refining the search. Still the mind map is nice to have for stuff like projects with lots of sub-projects and what not, or basically whenever I find it useful to connect related topics (Which I almost never do lol) Flat metadata works for most things, but that doesn't mean that structured metadata is completely useless either. Those are just different ways for organizing data: For search For browsing Both are useful in different cases, and in fact everyone uses both.
  18. Also can't send feedback from the app, the email form appears and then disappears right away.
  19. This app could be an amazing way to view photos/images from Evernote. I have near 9,000 photos in one of my notebooks but the app loads only 65. Also I can't re-launch the app after I quit it. It always crashes on startup. I suspect my account is too big for it. :/ From what I've seen, I like it, hopefully you guys will make it work. I also would like to view photos by Tags (not just Notebooks)
  20. Ok so I've checked it out. Firstly couldn't authorize it with Evernote for some reason, then found out that you can sync only once every 24 hours with a free account on ios. What can I say, I'm not very excited about this integration Not a fan of dairy either (not that it matters)
  21. I want to review reminders in Evernote, a separate app would be useful only for quick creation. The main appeal of reviewing reminders in Evernote is that I don't have to switch between separate apps, I have all my tasks and all of the support material all in one place.... Still going to check out RTM integration though.
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