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  1. Hi Mark, Yes - this is possible with cloudHQ - you basically need to setup one-way sync from Evernote to a folder in some other cloud service (Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, or Box). So each time you add/modify a note, the note will be copied/exported. And if you want only PDF attachments to be exported (not other attachment types or content of notes), please email us at support@cloudHQ.net - we have a special option for these kind of setup but you do need to contact support to enable that for your account. And here is a short video how to setup continuous one-way sync / export of your Evernote notes:
  2. Hi We wrote a short blog post on how to use cloudHQ to export all your Evernote notes to PDF - especially if you have large amount of notes (like 100s of thousands). The cloudHQ sync does export and convert in the cloud and it will save all your evernote notes to your Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, or Box account. So no need to have your PC running (or to have PC at all). Also, cloudHQ can keep PDFs version of notes in sync with your orginial notes: so as soon as you modify the note the corresponding PDF will updated too. Here is the blog post: http://blog.cloudhq....evernote-to-pdf And the key option in cloudHQ sync wizard is "Export to PDF": And if you have any questions about this feature and use case please dont hesitate to ping me directly - I'm founder of the company and any feedback is more than welcome.
  3. Here is a short blog post on how to use cloudHQ to export all your Evernote notes to PDF in bulk. Basically, if you are looking for a service which can export large number of your Evernote notes in PDF (like thousands of them), then cloudHQ sync might be the best option. Everything is done in the cloud and clouldHQ can keep PDFs in sync with your notes: as soon as you modify the note the PDF will updated too. Here is the blog post: http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/47388240545/evernote-to-pdf And the key option in cloudHQ sync wizard is "Export to PDF": BTW, I'm founder of cloudHQ so if you have any questions about this, please let me know. We are constantly improving our product so any feedback is more than welcome.
  4. Hi, Here is a short blog post explaining differences between Evernote and Dropbox including some common use cases (and some not so common use cases). In short, you can think about Evernote as sticky notes posted all over your desk, while Dropbox is more like the floor-to-ceiling stack of (neatly organized) filing cabinets in your office. For example, you can use Dropbox as default destination for all your files, to share your iTunes library or similar. On the other hand, Evernote is great to store to-list, web clippings, etc. The link to he post is here: http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/44584957386/evernote-vs-dropbox-an-in-depth-comparison Please let me know what you think. Senad
  5. Hi, We wrote a short blog post explaining differenced between Evernote and Dropbox including some common (not so common) use cases. In short, you can think about Evernote as sticky notes posted all over your desk, while Dropbox is more like the floor-to-ceiling stack of (neatly organized) filing cabinets in your office. http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/44584957386/evernote-vs-dropbox-an-in-depth-comparison Please let me know what you think. Senad
  6. Hi, We wrote a short blog post about how to use Evernote (and Dropbox) for real estate transactions. The post also includes a few note templates for managing transactions, to-do check list and similar. http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/44163462900/power-uses-of-dropbox-and-evernote-for-real-estate In short: Create a dedicated notebook for each customer Create a note to managing transactions (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/9299c8a7-db33-4198-9d6e-e036be1a9971/b37bb669f3148ac1a4b078d5061af2f8)Create a “to-do” checklist of everything that needs to be done during the course of the transaction (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/560b16dc-8157-4bc8-974a-2d782ffc548c/28473e0082561adb1f7b9b026830fb87)Create a note which a list where you add everything that happens during the course of the transaction (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/3c1e4e3e-cb0d-4f1e-a459-f550f5886f59/44fb6ced3756418587aee179390429b1)Create a note with informative, helpful lists for clients (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/028288a2-502d-466a-aa3f-421ebb5d072e/8be03b3f2159b46a62d01850e78cac7a)Creating links between documents Regarding Dropbox, you can think that Dropbox is more like the floor-to-ceiling stack of (neatly organized) filing cabinets in your office, while Evernote as sticky notes posted all over your desk. The back office probably uses (or should use) Dropbox for simple sharing of final documents, photos, files, and other important data. Dropbox has better sharing than Evernote for office work, and the simplicity of a “drag-and-drop” file system makes it much more sufficient for office workers with a heavy workload. Thanks! Senad
  7. Thanks for comments - we have fixed the post to use Evernote terminology. Please check it out. We also add one more post about security steps: http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/38828718396/five-steps-to-securing-your-data-on-evernote We are sorry that I personally as a founder post our blog posts. We not creating fake online profiles nor hire PR companies to promote our service. I understand that is quite different what other companies do - but we really want to help and solve some problems and challenges some Evernote users have. If you have any questions about our service just email us or call us. We also have online chat on our website. Thanks!
  8. Here are a short blog post we wrote about how to secure your Evernote data: http://blog.cloudhq....ata-on-evernote TL;DR version: Encrypt sensitive data (don't be shy to try "Encrypt selected text...") Change password frequently Monitor authorized applications Verify connected services Backup your data
  9. Hi Everybody, We wrote some tips on how to make Evernote work better for you. http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/37897916642/top-10-ways-to-make-evernote-work-for-you In short, we think the following are important techniques to make Evernote work better: Always use labels, Try to use short titles, Put things in separate files - do not merge notes Backup / export your notes and more Please comment... Thanks, Senad
  10. Hi, Here is a short blog post with some tips how to use Evernote for writing (actually how few of our customers use it). http://blog.cloudhq....ive-dropbox-and TL;DR version: Evernote for prewriting (ideas, investigation, photos, interviews, collecting links, drafts, ...) Google Docs for the main bulk of the writing and editing process (sentence fluency, using precise language, etc.) - and collaborations Dropbox for backup and distribution/sharing and final publishing touches cloudHQ to sync all your data between all these services Please comment. Thanks! Senad
  11. Hi, Here is a short article explaining one way on how to use Evernote (and Dropbox) in schools http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/35281660946/evernote-and-dropbox-in-education Please comment. Thanks!
  12. If you use Dropbox or GDrive additionally to Evernote, then one way to extract all Evernote attachments is to use https://cloudHQ.net - cloudHQ is basically a cloud replication and synchronization service which can replicate all your Evernote notes into Dropbox, GDrive or some other cloud service. So when note is replicated to Dropbox you will see all your attachments in the folder with name "<notename> (attachments)" (where <notename> is the name of the note). I hope this helps.
  13. One way to backup your Evernote files is to backup "C:\Users\[Your Username]\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Database" (on Mac). As described here: https://support.ever...questionID=1283 However, this kind of "raw" (bare-metal) backup is not the best way to recovery from single accidental deletion or corruption. These backups are for "disaster recovery" cases. In the other words, the problem with this kind of backup of Evernote is that you get "raw" files which I cannot used without restore and it hard to do "single file" restore ( it is not "application" aware). Also these kinda of backup will backup your notes only when they are sync'd with PC (and sometimes you might create so many notes on your iPad and iPhone that this might be a big problem). One other thing you can use to backup and export all your Evernote notes is cloudHQ (http://cloudHQ.net): cloudHQ is basically data replication software for the cloud. So cloudHQ can replicate all your Evernote notes into Dropbox / Google Drive / Box and export them into PDF, MSWord, ODT, TXT or ENEX format. And everything is done in the cloud and continuously so there no need to wait for note to be sync'd with your PC (or Mac): as soon as you create a note in Evernote it will be replicated to some other cloud system. Additional to backup, sometimes it is neat to have ability of Dropbox history (or Google Drive versioning) just to peak into previous version of a note or to have Evernote attachments ready in Dropbox / Google Drive / Box for further processing. Or you can share certain notes via Dropbox / Google Drive / Box. Anyway just one more option to consider. Since cloudHQ does also is two-way replication solution you can also use it do import data into Evernote from Google Drive or Dropbox. Anyway just one more option to consider.
  14. One way to backup your Evernote files is to use something like CrashPlan or cloud services (like Dropbox or Google Drive) running on your PC. But the problem with this kind of backup of Evernote is that you get "raw" files which I cannot used without restore and it hard to do "single file" restore (it is more like "bare-metal" backup/restore - it is not "application" aware). Also these kinda of backup will backup your notes only when they are sync'd with PC (and sometimes you might create so many notes on your iPad and iPhone that this might be a big problem). One other thing you can use to backup and export all your Evernote notes is cloudHQ: cloudHQ can replicate all your Evernote notes into Dropbox / Google Drive / Box and export them into PDF, MSWord, ODT, TXT or ENEX format. And everything is done in the cloud so there no need to wait for note to be sync'd with your PC (or Mac). Also sometimes it is neat to have ability of Dropbox history (or Google Drive versioning) just to peak into previous version of a note or to have Evernote attachments ready in Dropbox / Google Drive / Box for further processing. Or you can share certain notes via Dropbox / Google Drive / Box. Anyway just one more option to consider. I think it is prudent to have both: "bare-metal" backup of your PC and also backup of Evernote notes via cloudHQ. The first approach will give you easy restore if your PC/Mac hard drive gets completely wiped out. The second approach with cloudHQ will protect you against accidental deletion of notes and malicious deletion (which are much more common).
  15. I do like CrashPlan (especially because it allows backup to my own server) but the problem with backup of Evernote is that I get "raw" files which I cannot used without restore and it hard to do "single file" restore. It is more like "bare-metal" backup/restore - it is not "application" aware. So one other thing you can use to backup your Evernote is cloudHQ: cloudHQ can replicate all your Evernote into Dropbox / Google Drive / Box and export them into PDF, MSWord, ODT, TXT or ENEX format. Sometimes it is neat to have ability of Dropbox history just to peak into previous version of a note or to have Evernote attachments ready in Dropbox / Google Drive / Box for further processing. Anyway just one more option to consider.
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