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Nico Veenkamp

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  1. Just got back from my holidays and noticed that the translation error has been fixed. Thanks for the quick fix.
  2. Don't know which update this was in but I just found out that you created a saved search option in the new web version. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!! This will make my life much easier! Now if you only could add two features : - able to reorder the list of saved searches. Preferable by either alphabetically or pick/select a saved search and move it up or down - select one or more saved searches and deleted them Thank you!
  3. There is a translation error in the Dutch language Evernote webversion. When you create a note and want to add a link then the pop-up note, which should say insert a link instead says insert a line. So the Dutch translation says 'Voeg lijn toe' instead of 'Voeg link toe'.
  4. In general I like the Web beta. One thing I am frustrated with is that I can not seem to save a search query. Is there something that I am missing or this is on some wishlist? My work around is that I created a separate note that holds all my search queries that I want to save. This note also has a table with the search query syntax for reference. Nico
  5. You may want to check out Postach.io. When yu a create an account on their site you blog directly from Evernote. Check them out at http://postach.io On this forum you will a discussion on using Postach.io at http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/39649-postachio/ Have fun and hope this helps. Nico
  6. I use the same functionality of archiving mail messages in Evernote. For that purpose I have setup filters in Gmail and rules in Outlook to catch certain types of mail and send them automatically on to a specific Evernote notebook.
  7. Since I started using a smartphone I take a picture of everything non electronic that I want to keep and share it as an Evernote. This can be a utility bill that needs paying, an interesting article in the newspaper or something on a whiteboard. Basically anything that is not yet in electronic form. Everything is synced automatically to all my Evernote devices so I have it available on my laptop at work, my Asus Transformer tablet and my desktop computer at home. No more paper necessary. I even threw out my printer at home. The only problem encountered so far is when I needed to present an e-ticket on paper so that the barcode could be read.
  8. I use a notebook called INBOX. This is my designated INBOX where everything I jot down or take a note of will end up in first. This is also where my forwarded mail messages end up in. Then when I do my review I add tags and move them to other notebooks or they get moved to a specific notebook called DONE. This is my archiving notebook.
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