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smaviglia

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  1. Instead of: create note from file theFile notebook {"NOTEBOOK"} tags {"tag1","tag2","tag3"}try: set theNote to create note from file theFile notebook {"NOTEBOOK"}repeat with theTag in {"tag1","tag2","tag3"} assign tag theTag to theNoteend repeat
  2. Unfortunately, since you are a premium subscriber, I don't have an alternative idea for what you are observing. Sorry!
  3. Scannable apparently converts 1-page scans to images, and multi-page scans to PDFs. PDFs are searchable (via OCR) only for premium subscribers of Evernote, whereas image files are searchable for all users. Are you a premium subscriber?
  4. Try searching on the "source:" parameter (see the Evernote KB https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/23245321) So to get all notes that are not web clippings, it would be "-source:web.clip"
  5. This should work: SHIFT- or CTRL- select all of the notes whose titles you want to export (such as from a search, tag, or notebook) COPY (CTRL-C) PASTE (CTRL-V) into a Word or Excel documentOn the Mac, replace CTRL with CMD.
  6. @SethG I noticed that FileThis always saves the statement to a note with title that follows the pattern: <account name> <account number> <date>.pdf Would it be easier to just parse the note title, rather than search within the attachment? If so, then you would not need a regular expressions, just the last 14 characters of the note title. Instead of (or in addition to) modifying the creation date, I would find it more useful to rename the note title with the the date first rather than last. Could you show how to do that with Applescript? Thanks -saverio
  7. How do you automate the execution of the Google Drive script?
  8. I thought handwriting OCR occurs only for jpegs, OCR of typed text occurs with both pdf and jpg.
  9. A reasonable compromise is to scan each bill individually into a separate note with the appropriate title and tags. Then at the end of each year, merge all the notes from that year into a single note.
  10. I am not a writer, but stumbled on this and thought it might be helpful to some: http://getyarny.com/
  11. I think the opening post was requesting a better way to edit lists, not a new type of list.
  12. That doesn't make sense to me. Wouldn't all these notes have the same creation date? After all, they are just different snapshots of the same note, right?
  13. Do you need to have your Mac on when you scan?
  14. What scanners will scan directly to Evernote without the need of a computer in the middle? I am looking for scanners only, not multifunction printers like the Lexmark Interact S605. Preferably, it should be able to scan single-page documents to jpeg, and multi-page documents into pdf. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
  15. Well, that works for a few active projects, but if you have tens or hundreds over time you have to keep changing the saved searches.
  16. It would be nice to be able to define a search within a note like a url, so that clicking on it executes the search. In that way, you can have a system where you keep one note to organize other notes about the same topic, without having to constantly update that note whenever you add a new note. For example, if you have a project XYZ, you can have a summary note entitled "Project XYZ" (or tagged XYZ), and then have the following useful search links: [Meeting minutes for Project XYZ] --> search for intitle:"XYZ minutes" (or tag:XYZ tag:minutes) [Action items for Project XYZ] --> search for intitle:"XYZ actions" (or tag:XYZ tag:actions) I realize that you can keep the text of these searches in the note, and simply copy and paste into the search bar, but to be able to just click on them like a url would be very slick.
  17. Yes. Fortunately, it stays open the next I click on the Evernote icon again.
  18. I am confused. If all you changed was the title, could you not search for the note using the new title, and then change the title back to what it was?
  19. Thank you for the link. In the Everything forum there was an interesting post about organizing files based on tags alone: http://www.skytopia.com/project/article ... ystem.html
  20. What platform are you using (ex. Mac, PC, iPhone, Android, web)?
  21. Is it possible that your note has over 80,000 likes already? I think it more likely refers to Likes of Evernote, not to the note, but i don't want to presuppose your popularity.
  22. Yes, I can access your note, and there is no link to access other notes. Interestingly, there is a titelbar that contains a "Like" button, but I don't think it refers to the note, but to Evernote as a whole. This is confusing. There is another "Like" button in the details panel, but I can't tell whether it refers to the note or to Evernote itself (I did not click on it, though).
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