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  1. After setting up a Bullet Journal in an Evernote Moleskein notebook, it struck me that I was missing the boat, and should just build a Bullet Journal notebook in Evernote.

    To do so, I need a monthly log  template.  Before I create one, does anybody have one to share?

  2. On 7/18/2014 at 5:22 PM, Quest The Wordsmith said:


    I appreciate the response, but that didn't answer my question. Let me be the judge of what's an efficient use of my time ;).


    So anybody else have any experience with the 2 methods of using EN with GTD? What's their differences? Which do you prefer and why?

    gazumped has a point.  Whatever system you are using in EN is working.  You waste a lot of time looking for the "next best thing" rather using the system that you have.   That, IMHO, is the genius of Evernote: the app does not force us to use a predefined system, but lets us create our own.

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  3. . The 'tag trace' system I created works great for me and nothing falls thru the cracks as long as I am daily looking at today's tag.


    I learned a similar system years ago in one of those "How to Get Multiple Things Done @ Once" seminars.  File folder for each day of the month for due dates. 


    So, if you need to know what has to be done on the 15th, you sort by the 15 tag?  Very interesting, I have to look into this. 

  4. Way back in the dawn of computing time, there was a memory resident DOS program called Sidekick.  You accessed Sidekick by hitting the Alt key and a window would pop up (pretty revolutionary in DOS days) with a menu of notes that you could easily edit.  I used to do all my contact notes in Sidekick.  Then Windows was released and character based programs would no longer work.  Eventually, Sidekick developer's Borland released a windows version called Tornado Notes which did, from what I remember, something similar to your application without the ability to easily rearrange them on the display. 


    Carddesk looks very interesting, but I have a question:  Is my beta account password the same as my Evernote password?

  5. I just bought a Lenovo Helix (Windows 8 tablet).


    I was expecting to be able to use its stylus to add to handwritten notes (from which the handwriting has been recognised) to EverNote.    In fact, it seemed such an obvious use of EverNote that it never even occurred to me to check that EverNote might not offer this functionality.


    So I was shocked to find today that I can't add a handwritten/recognised note to EN.


    (I mean, seriously... in the age of tablets and gestures, the best note taking and organising app doesn't enable input/recognition of handwritten notes...?!)


    I was ready to upgrade to Premium.  But now that I find this feature is missing from EN, I will reluctantly need to go with Microsoft's OneNote, 


    You aren't going to like OneNote as much as you will Evernote.  Handwriting app notwithstanding.  

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  6. Though this could turn into a very broad thread, I decided to go ahead and post here, especially since you asked about posting camera models.


    PS: Decided I would show you the example.  Had to redact some stuff.  But, LOL, the image is so bad I'm not 100% I actually needed to.


    Your image is of an invoice.  I thought the intent of Page Camera was to work specifically with Moleskine notebooks?  The Page Camera images I have taken from the M-S notebook are clear and readable.

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