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  1. I write for three different blogs, on three different platforms: Magento, Blogger, and WordPress. I haven't tried in WordPress yet, but links do not copy and paste into Magento or Blogger. Is there some way I should be able to do this? I can copy them from EN to Word and then to the blog...but surely there is an easier way?
  2. I use MailChimp to send out my blog posts to my email subscribers. A few months ago, I realized that I could subscribe to my own blog using my Evernote email address. As a result, I have a backup of every post. You can obviously do this with any blog where you want to maintain a complete database of posts for reference later. Just a thought ...
  3. Welcome to the new Evernote Lifestyle Blogging forum. I am excited about pooling our knowledge to become more efficient—and effective—in using Evernote as a tool in our blogging toolbox. I personally use Evernote as one of my main blogging tools. Every blog posts starts there. My role here is to moderate the discussion and, when possible, answer questions or point you to other solutions. I also hope to learn from your experience. Please feel free to post your questions, frustrations, tips, and best practices. Thanks.
  4. Hello! I'm really interesting in what people write in their evernote's. Is there anyone who wants te share it with me? Caro
  5. Hello guys, I use Evernote as my main tool for writing blogs. Our company has managed a person to proof read my blogs for any grammatical mistakes. I want to know that if there is any utility or plugin with Evernote that can help the proof reader have inline comments to my notes? Any help or tip would be appreciated.
  6. Is there anyway I can make one of my notebooks private? I love the set up for Evernote and the tags too but I want to use it for my therapy with counseling and when I see my psychiatrist. I don't want people I don't know reading the some of the stuff I write because its very personal. Is there anyway of making the notebook private so only I can see it when I open it? I have my iPad set up so that it reads what I write. So I don't need them to access it and read it that way. I like it better the way I always do it because helps me communication wise. So yeah, anyway I can make the notebook private?
  7. I'm running Evernote on the latest version of MacOSX. I believe that when I email a post, it goes through the 'Mail' application, but honestly I'm not sure. = /
  8. I own a marketing and branding firm that also operates a well-known blog for marketing students and business owners. The tools I use include a Lenovo ThinkPad, an iMac, an HTC EVO 3D, and an iPad. Our blogging software is all in the cloud. But on weekends, I travel to a city without any Internet access. I just wanted to say how important Evernote is to our blogging operation. I use the offline features of Evernote, thankfully available on all of my devices, to type up blog posts. Once I get back to a data connection, I sync all the posts and paste them into our blogging interface. The Notes feature on the iPad pales in comparison and I would be wasting all my time copying and pasting from that if it wasn't for Evernote.
  9. I have created a personal blog for storing my recipes and have found Evernote to be an invaluable tool. My blog is organized by category and I've created notebooks in Evernote with those category names for storing recipes and blog post ideas. I'm able to clip a recipe, a picture (if available) and the website (to give credit to the source) and store it where I know I'll be able to find it again. I also have a notebook entitled "Recipe Box" where I store miscellaneous clip art, menu plans, and other things that don't fit into the blog categories. Once I have tried a recipe (or my husband has, which is more often the case), I make any necessary adjustments to the recipe, and then create a blog post with the recipe name as the blog post title. Finally, I've been able to recycle all those clippings from websites, magazines and newspapers and put them in a place where they easily accessible, and make them available to family and friends as well. Here's a link to my recipe blog to see how easy it is to keep that recipe clutter to a minimum: Recipe Road
  10. I would love it if I could post notes from Evernote to my Blogger account. Keeping this functionality in the mobile apps (for iPad especially) would be key, as it would make Evernote a possible solution for mobile blogging, which seems to be a somewhat limited market at the moment. Just a thought...doesn't seem like it would be that hard, but I don't know.
  11. Hi, Can I legally use the Evernote Icon in my blog about uses for Evernote?
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