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  1. I have found several IFTTT widgets that will do what I want to do: automatically create a new note each day for my daily journal entries. The title is always the date. What I haven't figure out how to do is get the note title to show date only (not time of note creation). I am not overly particular about the format. Jan 2, 2021 Jan 02, 2021 January 2, 2021 Saturday, January 2. 2021 January 02, 2021 Any of these would be acceptable. [I have also found ways to create notes with date in the title shown as something like: "210102" and variations on t
  2. If I use web clipper in Safari on any of my Macs I am getting a bizarre behavior. Once the clip is done, you are offered the options of opening the newly created note in the web version or the desktop version of EN. (I have noticed that Web Clipper is a little unreliable unless you immediately open the note in Evernote on the same device that you used to create it.) If I choose to open the desktop app, an old version of the app (one that isn't even installed on my computer) launches (Version 5.0), starts the slow and lengthy process of loading all my notes (several thousand of th
  3. I am afraid Notability shares the same defect as Noteshelf and Goodnotes in this regard. All those lines of typed text (including any blank lines in between) are contained in a single text box. It is a possible, but crude solution to add blank lines of text between lines to create space for ink - but all that does is increase the size of what is still a single text box that a single layer of inked notes are added on top of. The rub with that: Say I insert line breaks to the typed contents and add inked notes after the first agenda item, and then do the same after item 2. If I need
  4. Thank you for taking the time to respond, DTLow. I know that (like Noteshelf and GoodNotes) Notability allows you to combine text, ink and images on a single page. But the specific thing I am looking to be able to do is this: Copy 8 lines of text from a Word document (for example, eight topics from a meeting agenda) and paste them into a note. Create space between any two lines of text, where handwritten notes can be created (and everything else shifts down to accommodate the ink) Neither Noteshelf nor Goodnotes can do that. Can Notability? Apple Notes can do thi
  5. I am a longtime Evernote user, and it is my core and single point where all knowledge is capture and stored. I take handwritten notes on my iPad in meetings, seminars, etc. I capture and store them in ink and do NOT often convert handwriting to text. All I want to do is to be able to capture both handwritten and typed text inputs into a single note in Evernote. I have tried ALL the big note taking apps (Noteshelf, Notability, Nebo, Apple Notes, etc.). The handwriting experience is superior, but getting things into Evernote is a tedious, multi step process, and it does NOT allow me to
  6. My entire professional and personal life is organized in Evernote. The fundamental key to its utility is ubiquity across platforms. I have it on my desktop at home and work and my iPhone and iPad on the move. My biggest headache and major failing with the product is the inability to attach a file (Word doc, spreadsheet, PDF) from cloud storage (Dropbox et al) to an existing note unless I am at the desktop. I know I can email it to Evernote but that's not how the work process actually goes. I have existing notes on specific projects, policy initiatives, meeting notes, etc. I get a d
  7. Thank you, Scott. You are correct that emailing PDFs then combining notes gets the job done, but that is an extremely Rube Goldberg kind of work around. Multiple steps and time delay and live internet connection necessary to accomplish something simple. I am better off waiting until I get back to my desktop and just adding the PDFs to meeting notes after the fact, when I can do it in a few clicks of the mouse. I think the tenor of this entire discussion is not that it is impossible to accomplish an end objective (attaching a PDF to a note from the iPad ap). Yes, it is possible to get th
  8. Yianniss asled: "Also, is there any way to view a pdf file on a note, like if it was a photo without having to use my Mac??? Only iPad or iPhone. The reason is simple, in meetings or surveys I don't have my Mac, so I'm mostly interested to see what the mobile app can offer". As GrumpyMonkey has indicated, there is unfortunately no way to (or no GOOD way) to add PDFs to an existing note (or multiple PDFs to a note) on the iPad or iPhone. BUT: There is absolutely NO problem opening or viewing any PDFs that are already part of a note from ANY of your devices.
  9. No problem doing it on my Mac or via Web access when I am at a "real" computer ... But is there a way to attach a document (PDF, Word, Excel) in a note within the iPad Evernote app? The file is accessible on the iPad. I can always forward it to Evernote as an email and then combine the separate notes later when I am at my computer. But is there anyway to just click attach and identify the file in the iOs app itself? (And yes, I know I can embed a link to the file in the note ... but Evernote is my ultimate file cabinet archive ... i want to get the file itself there (for example, embed an a
  10. What is being asked for here is actually just for a feature that is already available on Evernote in one platform be available in Evernote on another platforms. Having a small and set of "one click" heading styles so you can easily indicate a change in topic as you take notes is a "it would be nice to have" feature. The fact that it is available and I can do it in the iOS version of Evernote on my iPad, but can't when I move back to my "real" computer on my desktop makes it a little frustrating.
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