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  1. Hey all, Here's a feature request. I organize my projects with notebook stacks. One project, many notebooks, one stack. It would be great if stacks had their own view, and if I could link to these stacks in the shortcuts. Then, when accessed, Evernote would show a three-pane layout: the list of notebooks within that stack, the notes within the selected notebook, and the note itself. It would help with focus (don't have to see notebooks outside the selected stack). Anyone else think this would be useful? Cheers, Brent
  2. Anything new on this idea? If this could be passed along to the devs, I would really appreciate it. Could be useful! Best, Brent
  3. Seems like a great idea. Would definitely like to see this.
  4. Hey Evernote, I'd love to see integration with Launch Center Pro. (Search for note, create note, etc.) About the app: http://appcubby.com/launch-center/ How to integrate: http://appcubby.com/launch-center/urls/ cheers
  5. A toolbar button for this function would be helpful.
  6. Hey, The "related notes" feature displayed after every note is very helpful, but as far as I know, it's only for the Mac client. I would love to see this feature on PC as well. Just my 2 cents. cheers, Brent
  7. In iOS, the ability to search for a notebook is great. I would like to see the same function in the Windows client. If the devs are opposed to adding a second search box, then why not create a sort of omnibox search? e.g. - I hit F6 to search all notes - I type the name of the notebook I want to see - Notes that match the keywords I entered will appear, but notebooks with titles that match those keywords appear first. Double-click one of those results to open that notebook. That would be a good way of combining my idea into the existing UI. Either way, I think the ability to search through all notebooks to find a specific one would be useful. I have too many notebooks, and sometimes I'd rather just type in the NB I want, rather than manually scrolling down to find it. cheers!
  8. I would very much like to see this as well!
  9. I would really like to see this too! Here's a temp solution for now: http://blog.evernote.com/2012/09/21/quick-tip-friday-save-time-pin-notes-notebooks-tags-and-searches-to-your-favorites-bar/ But I agree- The ability to pin or add color-based priorities to notes would be great. Would definitely like to see this feature implemented in a future version.
  10. This would be a great feature! Would definitely like to see this implemented in a future release.
  11. Yes, a second instance of the main evernote window would do the trick. But perhaps most logically, the new window would only contain the list of notes from the notebook you opened, and their contents (i.e. the main notebook list is hidden). Thanks for the reply.
  12. I think it's usefuil to open a note in a new window by double-clicking it, but why not offer the same functionality for notebooks? Might be very useful.
  13. I was wondering what kind of resources are out there for note processing. Basically, I'm leading a startup company and we have a whole mess of notes spread across several notebooks. A hired hand would be immensely helpful, just to get our organization straight. Are there any groups out there that offer paid organization/note processing services?
  14. I am looking for this too; I want to save the view by notebook.
  15. Too bad. Could you suggest some existing services that will accomplish what I'm looking for?
  16. Hi all- Some functionality I'd like to see in Evernote: Instant ability to collaborate, a-la Google Docs or Etherpad. One document, many collaborators. Text highlighted based on who wrote it. And so on. Is this a possibility?
  17. Yes, that is one solution, but it isn't automated - I'd have to keep manually exporting/importing my bookmarks. What I'm suggesting is a little more complex, but the Evernote team should seriously consider it. I think a lot of users would find it helpful.
  18. I'm using the "Import folders" tool to store files in Evernote. It would be handy if Evernote reflected file deletions. This is the functionality I'm looking for: [*:27a5zqoi]file.doc added to watched folder [*:27a5zqoi]file.doc note created in Evernote [*:27a5zqoi]file.doc deleted from watched folder [*:27a5zqoi]file.doc note also deleted in Evernote Otherwise, my notebooks are going to fill up with files that I no longer need. And having to delete something in two separate places might get bothersome. Edit: Moreover, a new version of a file should not generate a new note. When a change is detected, Evernote should update the existing note, not create a new one entirely.
  19. I have numerous folders of bookmarks in Firefox, which I keep synced across computers using xmarks. Each folder roughly corresponds to a notebook in Evernote. It would be great if Evernote could automagically import/clip these bookmarks and save them as notes under their corresponding notebooks.
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