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  1. (Evernote user since June, 2009) I just came here to post that many times, I don't feel like organizing. I'm a piler, not a filer, and my physical desk shows that. On my left, I've got about 10 CDs that I've either listened to recently or will listen to soon. Right behind me, I've still got vinyl records out that I listened to three days ago. Also on my desk are some rocks from the beach trip last week, a hammer, condiments, and a whole lot of odds and ends. My point is, I'm typically an unorganized person, and I'm ok with that. Sure, there are periods of time where I get real organized, but it only last so long. This is where Evernote comes in. I made a habit early this year that whenever paper came across my path, whether it be a bill, a notice, an account summary, artwork from my children, a photograph, a letter I received, or daily stuff like business cards and handwritten notes, ALL of it gets scanned immediately and it goes in Evernote. I keep a file on my desktop and once I scan an item, I save it to that file and Evernote imports it automagically! So, I don't tag much in Evernote these days, nor do I keep many notebooks, but stuff does go in there, A LOT, and when I need it, I do a quick search and can bring it up. And then, occasionally, I'll go in and file it. Just the other day, my wife asked for an old water bill. FOUND IT! Evernote rocks.
  2. I recently took a fresh look at how to organize my Evernote into Stack/Notebook/Tag. I couldn't find a good solution to fit my organizational needs. Use Case: Food stack containing Recipe and Restaurant notebooks. Food Recipe RestaurantQ: Where do I put a note titled "Food to Eat Before I Die"? Possible Solutions:Make "Food" a notebook and organize everything in a flat structure with tags New notebook under "Food" Make "Food" a tag and create new stack/notebook structure NEW FEATURE: Allow Note Stacks to contain notes. Open to suggestions ATM I am using a notebook called Food which is part of the Food stack. This is how I am storing notes as part of a stack while not necessarily tied to a uniquely named notebook. Food Food Recipe RestaurantI think that this solution leaves a lot to be desired since almost all of my stacks are going to require a generic 'self-titled' notebook inside of them. I'm accustomed to the GMail way of organization (labels). Do any experienced Evernoter's have advice on how to organize a note specific to a stack rather than a notebook? Research Links: Michael Hyatt Blog Evernote Discussion - Organize Notes in Folders
  3. Hi, i have a problem i can not find a solution. In the organization of my knowledges (and only knowledges, no stuff like "to do"), i need a way of sorting my stuff with lots of levels, i mean knowledge A 1. a.first second b. c. 2.knowledge B ETC. Notebooks NOR tags allow me to set up my stuff with lots of levels as i need : both only accept 2 levels, but i need something deeper. Hope i'am understandable :-) Any ideas/tips how i could build something like that? any help appreciated. Jérôme.
  4. Tags that I added for use with notes disappear from list. Two other tags now how right pointing arrow next to them. What did I do?
  5. I have found an absolutely wonderful use of Evernote in conjunction with my e-mail. Granted, it may only apply to people who use (or used) e-mail the way I did.... I found that I was using e-mail for three different things: Sending and receiving messages (duh) Keeping a to-do list -- that's what my inbox did An information-storage system -- I saved messages that contained some information I wanted to keep for future reference (e.g., an account number, an address, etc.) I found that #1 and #2 worked just fine for me; I'm good about keeping my inbox down to size. But I was also using my e-mail apps to store lots and lots of notes containing some small bit of info I might need sometime -- account or login info, people's contact data, various tidbits of information, even jokes. Even with a decent folder structure, though, e-mail apps really aren't made for storing information you need to get at. That's not what e-mail does. I could save each of those messages as a separate file ("Dad's_Dropbox_login.txt"), but that would get really messy. Enter Evernote, which I had been using on and off since it first debuted -- the days when it saved things as just a single long stream of text. I went through my entire folder structure -- everything from contacts to account info and receipts to... well, whatever. Unless I needed to save the message itself (in a CYA sorta way), I moved them into Evernote. Soon enough my Evernote folder structure approximated my (now defunct) e-mail folder structure. Now my e-mail has a handful of small folders, and Evernote is loaded with all the stuff I might need. Even better, it's so much easier to add stuff -- Web clipping or uploading or whatever. No more e-mailing things to myself. And -- just in case Evernote isn't the 100-year company it wants to be -- I can archive all my notes as well. My wife has a monster e-mail account, with literally thousands of messages she's saving for various reasons. So I get a kick whenever she sees my handful of folders with a few dozen messages. (Of course, my Evernote folders are bulging, but that's what it's for.) Anyway, I wanted to share how I found EN to be a nice way to clear out my e-mail, make all those little snippets easy to find (and update), and give me something to show off to others: "Wow, you have a lot of messages in your inbox there. You ever think of maybe getting a note-taking app?"
  6. Just download 5.0 for Mac. Looks good. It would be helpful to not only see a list of all tags, but to also be able to view all tags that occur in any one notebook/subject area only. For example, I have a multitude of notebooks related to work and personal. One of my work notebooks has many many tags (I like to think of them as files). Many of the others have only 1-2 tags. When I see a list of ALL tags for ALL notebooks, in alphabetical order, I still have to look for particular tags for any notebook I want to view. Is it possible to have a drill-down from ALL TAGS -> ALL TAGS CONTAINED IN _________ NOTEBOOK? Or, when bringing up a Notebook, to see a list of all the tags in that notebook? Thank you.
  7. Hi there, I would like some advice/help on how to use evernote the best way possible for me. As a projectmanager, Student and familyman i’v got lots of things I can put into Evernote. In your opinion: Does the format below covers most of the needs I could have to put things in Evernote? What changes would you make to make it easier for me to put notes in evernote? And more important being able to maintain them. I’m not (very) familiar with GTD, but also interested in that subject too. Setup concept: !Inbox (primary notebook) !Todo (this one is new for me) 1. Private: Home&Family - Holidays (planning&information) (stacked) - Network information (stacked) - Other Scanned Mail (stacked) - General Family Notes (Stacked) - Compare and information (stacked) - 2. Private: Finance&Insurance - General (stacked) - Mortgage (stacked) - Pension (stacked) - Health Insurance Me (stacked) - Health Insurance Partner (stacked) - Insurance Home&Family (stacked) - Invoices &Warranties (stacked) - Pet Insurance (stacked) - Home Improvement (stacked) - 3. Work General Program Office - Manager meetings (stacked) - Department Meetings (stacked) - General Company Information (stacked) - Company Presentations (given) (stacked) - My presentations (stacked) - Declarations (stacked) - 4. Project X - X Plan (stacked) - X Designs (stacked) - X Issues&Risks (stacked) - X Finance (stacked) - X General (stacked) - X Projectteam (stacked) - 5. Project Y - Y Plan (stacked) - Y Designs (stacked) - Y Issues&Risks (stacked) - Y Finance (stacked) - Y General (stacked) - Y Projectteam (stacked) - 6. Project Z - Z Plan (stacked) - Z Designs (stacked) - Z Issues&Risks (stacked) - Z Finance (stacked) - Z General (stacked) - Z Projectteam (stacked) - 7. School - Year - Course 1 (stacked) - Year - Course 2 (stacked) - Progress (stacked) - General Information (stacked) - 8. Helpfull Notes/Reference? - Tips? (stacked) - GTD? (stacked) - Skitch? (stacked) - Webclippings (stacked) - General Notes There is only one problem: Work The network settings are very strict at my company. I am one of the few people allowed to have a laptop, but at work I can’t sync notes to and from Evernote (nor use the fantastic Outlook functionality).So I now most oftenly mail notes to my evernote account. Also note that i’m not planning to have all my financial products and information in Evernote, only basic information and information when I have an appointment with our financial advisor. (I have faith in Evernote, but not THAT much fate ;-) ) I use Evernote at: - Work laptop (windows 7) - Personal laptop (Windows 8) - Ipad 2 wifi+mobile data - iPhone 4 I'm planning on buying an HP7520 multifunctional with the capability to mail to Evernote for private use. Any tips on how to keep my live on track? :-)
  8. I saw a posting on LifeHacker where the poster said he didn't understand the appeal and value of Evernote. So I posted a reply which seemed to merit posting here too. My work, family, and personal life has a lot of moving parts. Evernote helps me keep them all organized. It is mostly a place to collect notes on a wide variety of topics. Such as: - Work - The three new products I'm bringing to market for my company - The five existing products I need to sustain - The ideas I have for new products - Tasks that don't directly link to either of the above - Travel plans: flight info, times, etc. - Travel perk memberships for airlines and hotels - Photos of whiteboard sessions, customers using our products, customers with cool ideas... - Home - Repetitive maintenance tasks - Shopping lists for Lowes/Home Depot - Family - Gift ideas for my wife,three kids, and me (for when they ask what I want for ...) - Clothing sizes for everyone - Medical info including last immunization, allergies, ongoing medication - Which ink cartridge each printer uses - Model, make, VIN, year, color, and more for each of the cars - Personal - Tasks I've committed to for church, social groups, etc. - Names of new people I've recently met or whose name I'm likely to forget (most, sadly) - Books I'd like to order from the library The alternative is an endless collection of paper scraps. Evernote isn on both my work and personal cell phone, home desktop, office laptop, personal laptop, iPad, and an Android tablet. No matter where I am I have at least one of these. I can make a note, it always goes into the right place, and everything syncs beautifully and automatically. Without Evernote, or something very similar, I'd be in deep trouble. And that's how I use Evernote- with gratitude to the inventors.
  9. I suspect that bits and pieces of the application I'd like to address can be found in many of the forums (Organization, GTD, Productivity, etc), but perhaps there is one forum that most specifically addresses my application. As an engineer who tracks projects (design, scoping, demolition, installation, and eventual operation) I would like to use a "template" that could be populated and delivered to the ultimate customer. For example, if I were renovating a house with a new layout, drawings, appliances, etc, I'd like to deliver a comprehensive package of before/after photos, maintenance manuals, logs, etc. What would be the best forum in which to kick around these ideas? Thanks.
  10. Recently I've been trying to find my next car. I knew finding a suitable car with good pricing would be a tedious job, so I use Evernote to collect all the informations, and use them to help me making a final decision. 1. Researching: The early stage is to do research online, to learn about cars within my price range, and their features/performance. Since all these info are scattered on the internet, I use Evernote's clipping feature when researching on laptop browser, and use EverClip to clip notes when researching on a mobile device. 2. Talking to dealer: When talking to dealers, I need to quickly take notes on my iPhone, without disrupting my talk with dealers. I use QEver and FastEver to do the quick note taking. They don't have too much features, but are good for quick note generation. 3. Organizing information: When I come back to home, I need to organize all the information. This time, Evernote itself is the best client, since it has all the features available. I use one notebook for each type of car, and use one note to record my talk with each dealer. Basically the whole strategy was a success, and I finally decided to choose an Audi, and will get it soon. Hope these experience could inspire other's usage of Evernote!
  11. I have been using Evernote for years LOVE IT I have made all my friends and my family download it. And they love it as well. I have unfortunately/fortunately used EN as my second brain and it has saved my behind on an infinte number of occassions So what is my problem? My evernote looks like the inside of my brain. I know there are apps like Clearly which helps capturing web sites without the "other stuff" is there an app that allows for organization by: Pages/thoughts/pics from mobile " Computer " iPad " etc Is there any organizational app that allows for EN to be cleaned up of old stuff that isnt needed anymore? I have searched the boards but didnt find anything any help is greatly appreciated
  12. Hi! I am getting ready for my year and am trying to figure out a few issues I am having. I have 165 students. I want each of them to have a linked notebook. I would like to organize each linked notebook into their class periods in my notebooks. Is this possible? How do I do it if it is? Thanks! -Farrah
  13. I love Evernote - I looked round for a different solution when I moved away from OneNote, and this is a fabulous solution for organisation and memory. I also folded everything I was doing for list management with ListPro into Evernote too. Unlike many people, I don't use it so much for remembering where I've been and what I've explored - but it stores all my notes and to do lists. Many people seem to dump stuff in there and then use search to sort it all out. I prefer to have some organisation in my notebook. I synch to Evernote and then to my Android phone. There were one or two things I wanted to improve: so I did. Using a combination of logical thought and AutoHotKey, I created a working environment that responded to what I needed 1. Make Evernote more accessible. Solution - pin Evernote to the Windows task bar (obviously) 2. Make Evernote even more accessible. Solution - use AutoHotKey to create hot keys for my most frequently used notes. I have a hot key for each of my To Do lists, as well as a scratch pad for notes that occur to me as I write, as well as a log for how I am spending my time. Another hotkey brings up my most frequently used EN Notebooks, while another one brings up my current working set of documents. (I found the easiest way to do this was to ascribe a unique tag to each of my notes that i wanted to attach to a hotkey. Then I use quite a convoluted way of launching EN to get to the tag search consistently). 3. Creating To Do lists - Evernote doesn't allow multiple checkboxes to be created out of a selection. Solution: use AHK to create a checkbox and then drop to the next line, making it much easier to create a series of to do items 4. Highlighting To Do items - there are some cases where I would like to highlight an item, or to delete it while keeping a record of it (eg where I abandoned this task). Solution: create hot keys that select an entire line and bold/strikethrough/italic/colour the whole line. I've also created hot keys to select and copy/cut/delete the whole line. Useful for word processors too. It might be nice to have multistate check boxes (See ListPro) for this. 5. Clip parts of a document to a single EN document. While you can clip to multiple documents and then merge them, that leaves headers for each note. Solution: I have a hot key that copies to the Windows clipboard, saves the current window, opens a specific 'clipper' note, pastes it in and then restores the current window. 6. Provide subsets of documents for review. Solution: tag documents for review and create a custom search if needed. Save that search to the quick access bar. 7. Only search current notes / create the concept of an archive for notes that are no longer in use. Solution: a bit clunky, but tag old notes with 'Archive' then create a view called 'Working' and do all searches from there. 8. Sometimes notes get edited and I need an old version back - but I only keep one on line copy of everything. Solution: regularly backup all my notes historically using ENscript export (and notify using a popup window) 9. Be able to read Evernote on a larger mobile device Solution: could buy an ipad, but I use EN2KI to export to Kindle format. 10. Have an Evernote note open as a working space while doing something else, keeping it on top of the rest of the windows that are open. Solution: use AHK to create a hotkey to lock a window on top. Works great for other stuff too Some things outstanding/ideas for the future if the developers are listening.... It would be useful to be able to lock a series of notes to the taskbar (a sort of non-dynamic 'jump list') to get access to frequently used notes. Getting EN to launch successfully and provide a place where EN hot keys work consistently was a problem. I end up launching (using enscript) and then using Ctrl F6 & Ctrl F7 to ensure that I am in the note window (ie change from thumbnail to snippet to thumbnail to get a consistent space to launch the tag search. Otherwise it does something different depending on which window you are in! Android fidelity is still a bit weak - depending on what's been stored in a note the Android editor can be very very different - even if it's only simple text, the history is still there in some way so the editor is limited and behaves differently. As far as I can see it's not possible to edit a checkbox into the Android client either. It would also be nice to be able to create more visual cues for the notepads. Colouring the little green icons would help, but being able to create/select graphic icons for each would be even better. Although I do import output (eg images) from applications into EN (so I can use away from my laptop) that means that they are not connected. Being able to embed the application using OLE would help massively here, although I recognise that it's a 'one platform' solution. I am thinking in particular of mindmaps - I'd love to be able to keep the map image and then click through to launch the MM application when working on a client that supports it. I know it isn't some people's way of working, but for me, being able to use one view for work and one for home would help manage my life better. We'd need a way to decide whether a notebook was home/work or both (and of course it should be more flexible than this). Having a way of viewing documents that are 'active' as opposed to documents that are part of my information store/memory would also be useful to minimise data overwhelm. And finally - of course, I don't use EN exclusively, and some of my content is stored in Open Office documents etc... being able to integrate EN into Windows search would help massively in trying to organise my heterogenous information store. Awesome job, guys - long may it continue!
  14. Am a new user. The idea I'm trying to flesh out is to establish a shared file that my wife and I can both update, essentially for use as a shopping list. It'd eliminate duplicate trips/purchases. I've only seen twitter, FB, email shared files. This would be just the two of us, without public access... Any thoughts? Thanks.
  15. The more I use Evernote, the less I seem to need reminders and updates from other people. It encourages me to be self-sufficient to the point where I actually find myself socializing less. Gathering data from meetings, e-mails and websites is so automatic and simple! But I tend to focus on the details—not the people. I was surprised by this article: http://next.inman.co...-relationships/. It claims there is an advantage to using Evernote for relationship development, and offers a plan, too. The author states: I don't know if I will go as far as the author has in terms of developing a set template for my relationships. But I do think I might start noting my Skype and Gmail chats more frequently, so I can review them for a better rapport with online contacts. Just dedicating a Notebook to a particular person seems exciting. It could show you things about yourself, your own interests, and your own intentions in the relationship. Do you use Evernote to develop your personal or professional relationships? Share your tips and experiences.
  16. For the past two years or so I have maintained a wiki. For those unfamiliar with a wiki, think of Wikipedia, but smaller. I haven't updated my wiki much because it's not very convenient to log into my Google Sites account to work on it. A light bulb finally went off over my head. Why not just move my wiki into Evernote and offer it as a shared notebook? So that's what I did. As I have time I'm moving my entries over. It's so much easier just to make a quick edit and let Evernote do the rest. :-) John
  17. Hi all! Welcome to my corner of the Evernote forum! Let's talk about all the groceries, cleaning supplies, gas money and ninja mind focus it takes to manage a family... and how Evernote can help us get it all done!
  18. So, I want to continue using Evernote for everything in my life, which includes my vinyl LP collection. Now, I do use discogs.com for cataloguing my collection, but, they don't have everything I have. Yes, I could submit missing titles to them, but it takes time, so I'll save that for rainy days. This brings me back to my vinyl collection. What's the best way to enter it into Evernote? The jackets are too big for my scanner. Should I just take a picture of the front and back of each jacket and then merge relevant notes? I don't think it would take too long, with a family assistant, to run through my entire collection and take a photo of each. Thoughts?
  19. What are some of the most popular notebooks or tags you have used and seen in your EN experience? I am looking to use tagging(or using notebooks) as a way or organizing my to do list and other organizational things. I have a 1/hot, 2/warm, 3/cold notebooks where I qualify how important each to do is. Looking for other tips to add to my foundation. Thoughts I set up an ifttt task so that any gmail I get that I "star" goes directly to my Inbox in EN. This will help me not miss or forget emails. Of course I can also use the email to Evernote feature as well, but this one is quicker for some things. Anyone have any other cool ifttt tasks they set up to go with EN? I also created a separate notebook just for business cards with certain tags on each business card (a picture is included) to describe what organization each person is a part of. Right now, I also have each business card tagged with "business card" but I may change that. Any tips on this? Thanks.
  20. Evernote just got real! Well, I've been using it for some time, but never fully until this year. I still have MANY, MANY STACKS of old papers (mine, and my ancestors') to scan in, but, for now... I'm simply scanning in daily documents. Items that come to me in the mail or items I acquire in my daily dealings. All of it gets scanned. I figure if I truly don't need it, I can delete it later on. So, we recently bought a house. The previous owner, a friend of mine, sent me an email this afternoon asking me if I had received my tax assessment for this year yet. Well, hooray for me (and Evernote)! I had not only received it in the mail a few weeks ago, but I scanned it that day! So, I hopped into Evernote, did a quick tag search, and there it was! I grabbed the link for sharing, replied to his email so he could view it, and there you go! He now is giving me some tips and tricks for dealing with the local property tax assessments. Without Evernote, I would have been searching PILES OF PAPERS (because I'm a horribly DISORGANIZED person) and there would have been a chance that I wouldn't have found the document at all. Thanks again Evernote, you rock!
  21. So here's my workflow pattern. 1. Scan with s1300 snapscan. 2. OCR 3. Copy file from my "scan" folder to evernote 4. Move the file(s) into cabinet on organiser software. While this is fine, I feel that there's possibly a quicker way of improving my workflow? I want to OCR everything, but maybe I can get the scans into evernote quicker than copying from "scan" folder on desktop? But I also want a copy keep on my desktop. Any suggestions folks? Thanks.
  22. Since I'm new to this digital method of storage via evernote I thought I'd let people know how I'm going about my organising! After a lot of research here and excellent advice I started out by using tags/keywords along with notebooks. Overkill I know, but after only a week at using this system it's not that hard to change over. So that's what I've done. Instead of tagging everything, I just use the popular method of Date, keyword keyword, keyword in the title. Already I can see the big advantage of using simple "intitle:" searches and not bothering about loads of tags. In saying that, I still have loads of pointless tags which I'll get around to deleting as I clean up. Notebooks are also plentiful in my evernote account which I will soon narrow down to just 3/4 instead of the current 24!!! I'm using a system from now on which has been talked about a lot both here and on the net. I've a "!inbox" notebook where all new notes are sent to be default. After I process/title/date the notes I'm current sending them into a "@notes" notebook which is like a general archive notebook for all my processed notes. I also have a "!Need to do" notebook which I've changed the created date to 31/12/2012 so that it stays up on top of all the notes. This way I can use this note as a todo list or for stuff that needs action soon. So in time I aim to have just the following notebooks: 1. !inbox - processing all new notes 2. @notes - general archive for processed notes 3. !need to do - for todo lists/tasks needing action Originally I created notebooks for receipts, statements, money owed to me, books, internet websites, and appointments among others. I still have these notebooks but once I'm finished my massive batch of scanning materials I'll put the notes in these folders into the "@notes" notebook. I do have one worry about using this system in that I might forget what I actually have in storage. I know it will be easy to find the required notes but I'm just anxious in case I may forget what I'm filed away simply because I don't see the relevant notebook on the left hand side of evernote. I'd appreciate any thoughts or tips for my above system. Thanks.
  23. I will soon be organising my mothers business papers by means of a snapscan scanner and the wonderful Evernote. Basically I will be providing her with a digital copy of all her important receipts, tax sheets and everything relating to the paperwork side of her business. Normally the kitchen table is clustered with sheets of papers, bills and the usual stuff found in an unorganised environment. My question is simple. What's the best way to go about organising the above? Should I use tags or just titles? This will be my first time to use Evernote in this way so I want to get it right rather than going back and editing stuff later. I look forward to hearing your opinions. Thanks.
  24. I recently posted about how to use Evernote during the college search and admissions process over at my blog ChapBits. You can check it out here: http://blog.chapmanc...search-process/ Please feel free to add any other ways to use Evernote regarding the college planning process. Mike Chapman, Founder & President Chapman College Admission Consulting LLC http://www.chapmancac.com
  25. Recently started using evernote after a long time of wondering exactly how it could benefit me. Well after about a week of playing around with it and adding notes etc, I quickly realised that this is the beast I needed to sort out my paper trail and also to possibly sort out my mums business in terms of organising her paperwork. So I went ahead a purchased the premium account today to give me maximum features. I also went ahead and bought a S1300 snapscan scanner as it had excellent reviews both here and elsewhere. I've two initial questions. 1. I intend to chop up a few books and scan them into evernote as pds's. Is it easy to create pdf's in this way, so that I can then transfer them onto my sony ereader in a format that will be easily readable on the ereader? 2. The maximum file size for one single note is 50mb. How can one go about decreasing the file size when creating pdf's as ebooks? Also, is there any way of decreasing the size of already made pdf's? For instance I've a few books in pdf format already but then are 80 - 100mb in size and therefore I can't transfer into evernote. I look forward to been part of this forum as its been a great source of help and info for me already. Thanks in advance for any help ye can provide.
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