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  1. 14 minutes ago, sjachille said:

    Thanks for the input which actually got me to solve the problem - at least in part, the additional plugin (which I had) suddenly stopped working one day. When I approached Mailbutler support, they told me it was their problem so I didn't even try to solve... today I played with the configuration and it's working again... This kind of integration with important platforms such as Mail for Mac could be an integration Evernote could offer directly IMO - I find the integration with Mail priceless, an incredible added value

    There is a newer Mail plugin that (as of Mojave) still works with Evernote.

    https://support.mailbutler.io/knowledge-base/export-an-email-to-evernote-using-evernote-exporter/

  2. 3 hours ago, DTLow said:

    This feature has been requested before but so far Evernote has not indicated an interest in this.

    In the meantime, you might consider dividing your long note into separate sub-notes.
    You can then include links at the top of the note.
    In the example below, I have Evernote Note links, and also a keyword link (useable in text search).
    I put them in a table, but a typical table of contents also works1250842120_ScreenShot2018-08-14at07_32_38.png.2185ce3c84da21c05c29c72d39255ede.png

    It doesn't need to be as complicated.

    Make your sub-notes, then select all of them, and create a Table of Contents:
    https://www.evernote.com/l/AAY2Wyl-7WxLl7Q9N3926pjmTFGiqyLf2_k

  3. On 8/8/2018 at 3:56 PM, blackbasenji said:

    Hi I'm new to EverNote, and I'm trying to figure out how to do a few things with the menubar Helper.

    I want to:

    • Keep the notes window visible when I click outside of it.
    • Bold text
    • Assign Tags without opening the full app

    Are any of these possible?

    If not, I'll keep using NoteAway

     

    Thanks,

    Logan

    If you want a more 'full-featured' experience, assign a key command to "New Note Window" — and it will give you a new Evernote window the size of a note. This will have the different formatting options that the Quick Note does not.

  4. On 7/28/2018 at 12:25 PM, sarahcarioca said:

    I use ScanSnap to scan everything in my life directly to evernote. Up until recently I have been able to double click the pdf, open in preview, delete or rotate single pages as needed, and the pdf saves with changes back to the orginal note. Now it seems I have to create a new file with the changes and it doesn't go back into evernote. Am I missing something or has evernote changed for the worse??

    Make sure to not save the PDF anywhere else except in the folder that Evernote creates for it. Otherwise, the changes will not be synced back.

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