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  1. There is a BUG in either the Evernote Export to HTML, or in the HTML Import to MS Word. To test out the process of moving a Note from Evernote to Word, I did the following: Create a simple EN Note by typing. Export this Note to HTML Attempt to Open this HTML file from Word Get Word Error Msg -- cannot open XML fileHas anyone else seen this? The BUG seems to be in the Evernote HTML export, because I was able to successfully import into Word a HTML file saved using FireFox of a web page. I got this error msg: Here is the contents of the HTML file: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?><!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"><html><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/><meta name="exporter-version" content="Evernote Mac 5.5.1 (402628)"/><meta name="altitude" content="27"/><meta name="author" content="My Name"/><meta name="created" content="2014-04-26 16:22:55 +0000"/><meta name="latitude" content="30.10863745999999"/><meta name="longitude" content="-95.39710333499997"/><meta name="updated" content="2014-04-26 16:23:51 +0000"/><title>TEST Note to Export to HTML to Word</title></head><body style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;">This is a simple test Note to test the process of:<div><ul><li>Export from EN as HTML</li><li>Import HTML file into Word</li></ul><div><br/></div></div></body></html>
  2. I have a spreadsheet that I have used as an 'index' of ideas from speeches I have heard. The spreadsheet is set up with a column for date, speaker, topic, note. I would like to import this into evernote. My idea would be to make the note text be the 'note' and the 'date' cell, and make the 'topic' and 'speaker' cells tags. Is there a way to do this?
  3. I've understood that there is no "native" way to automatically import stuff from a given folder in the Mac version of Evernote, without resorting to AppleScripts that may or may not work after an update to either the operating system or Evernote. But, in the Windows version you can do this from Evernote itself. So this is something of a workaround, but if you use Dropbox or any other Cloud storage service (who doesn't these days?) AND you have access to a Windows computer that stays on most of the time, like a media sharing machine at home, your computer at work, in the basement or whatever, you can set up Evernote for Windows on that one, and set the Import folder to be a folder in your Cloud service. This way, any file that is placed in this folder from any computer, will be synced to Evernote through the Windows machine automatically no matter where you happen to be when putting it in there. The caveat is that the Windows machine must stay powered on at all times for this to work seamlessly. If you just want to be sure that the contents gets into Evernote eventually, you can rely on it being imported when you power on the Windows machine, anyway. Just a clumsy workaround for something that should be implemented on all versions of Evernote! Chris
  4. Is there a Mac or iOS application that imports notes from CSV and exports notes to Evernote? For example, can One Note do that?
  5. My tasks in Toodledo have fields for Location, Context, Status, and Folder. Toodledo exports to CSV and XML. The CSV export has a column for each field and a row for each task. How may I convert each task to a note in Evernote with each Location corresponding to the Evernote Notebook of the note and with the Context, Status, and Folder field values as tags of the note?
  6. I have an evernote simple basic account with an e-mail that is in risk of ending and I want to import the notes from that account to a new evernote account that I have created. How can I do that? Of course that if I could only change my account e-mail would be easier, but I'm guessing that is not possible, or is it?
  7. Migration (Import) of Evernote Notes into Another App I'm not leaving Evernote now, but to give comfort to myself and others I've done some research about how to import Evernote notes into another, as-of-yet unnamed app. So, I'd like to present here some ideas and specific techniques and scripts to accomplish this import. In fact this is presented in the same light as the Evernote promise that "your data is portable" and "we still want to make sure that they can leave the service quickly and easily. There is no data lock-in with Evernote." in their Evernote's 3 Laws of Data Protection, June 3, 2014. To that end, Evernote provides two export formats: ENEX and HTML. Many have expressed concerns about being able to import their Evernote Notes into another system.In fact, some are so greatly concerned that they have limited their use of Evernote to exclude use of Tags for fear they will not be able to get the Tags into another system. That might be the most conservative approach, but, IMO, it is also extremely limiting. For a solution of combining Title and Tags, see bottom of this post. I feel sure that when/if the time comes to move to another system, we will be able to find and/or create a process to get our EN Notes into that system. I say that for these reasons:My personal experience over 25+ years of doing data migrations. The number of existing tools, scripts, techniques for migration (export/import) Any NEW app that wants to capture the PIM market will likely provide an Evernote import toolOver the last 25+ years, I have migrated many dozens of client datasets from their existing system/database/app to a new one. It has never failed, although there is often some type of cleanup of a few records after the import. This is to be expected. To achieve the migration, I used a variety of tools, including:Database SQL and export toolsMS Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)MS Excel with custom macros and manual manipulationsMS Word with custom macros and manual manipulationsImport Tools of the new systemMigration Using Windows Tools As you can guess from the above, all of those were in Windows-based systems.I'm not sure of all of the Evernote related tools available for Windows, but there are tools like:ENScript (ThoughtAsylum Article, other refs?)AutoHotKeyThe EN APIOf course, you can export to HTML using EN Win, and use VBA (or other language) to process/convert and import into the new Note app.Others? (please post if you know of others) Migration Using Mac Tools Today, many of us use Macs, and have a lot of our data, like EN Mac, stored on the Mac.Mac tools include:AppleScriptMac AutomatorHazelOthers? (please post if you know of others) Fortunately, the Mac offers a great scripting system, AppleScript, that works great with the Mac OS and almost all Mac apps. Evernote has a very rich AppleScript dictionary and interface. There are already a number of great, extensive, AppleScripts at Veritrope.com to migrate EN Notes to another system/app. (There are also some great scripts to import into Evernote). EN Mac AppleScripts From Veritrope.comExport Evernote Items to Day One Evernote to MacJournal Exporter Export From Evernote to YojimboEvernote to DEVONthink ExporterExport Selected Evernote Items as RTFD Files Get All Information from An Evernote Item It seems like new sources and tools are emerging almost daily:Revert.io — provides automatic backup and a true restore.Since they clearly know how to access Evernote Cloud, if the need/opportunity arises (like Evernote shutting down) I would expect Revert.io to offer migration/export toolsMS OneNote — Some 3rd party initially offered a EN-ON migration tool, but as ON becomes more popular MS might offer their own migration tool.Synology NAS Note Station app — offers import from Evernote Finally for those that don't use tags, and put their keywords into the Note Title because they fear tags won't import into another system/app, I offer this simple solution:Put your keywords into Tags, not in the Note TitleIf/when you want to export to a new system, it is simple enough to use a tool like AppleScript to append the Tags at the end of the Note Title when doing the export.So you can use tags while using Evernote, and append tags to Title for use with other systems. I'm not trying to reengage the debate on Tags vs Titles here. For that discussion, please see The Benefit of Using Tags. Conclusion I hope this thread will give comfort to all of us that we can use all of the features of Evernote knowing that should the time come (and I hope it doesn't) that we are forced to move to another PIM app, that we will be able to do so, even though it might take some work. Please feel free to post your constructive comments, concerns, and suggestions.
  8. Hello! I'm not a power user at all... more like a beginner. Someone recently shared an account with me. I exported a notebook from that account, and imported it into my account. Now when I search I find both my note and the shared note. If I delete my note, I am left with only the shared note, so I can't change tags etc. If I delete the shared note, then the others will be penalized. I'm at a loss and would welcome some help! Thank you.
  9. Is there any way to export a tree of labels to another account? I need it to set up a GTD system that would be connected with my wife's account. I tried to create a note in a shared notebook that I assigned the whole tree of labels (all of them) to. But I got a bad result: only 20+ labels were assigned to that note in my wife's account while 50+ labels I saw in that note from my account.
  10. Hi, I wanted to organize my bookmarks with tags, and was not happy with the Chrome bookmark manager, so I decided to create a small tool to help importing bookmarks from Chrome (Netscape Bookmark format). It will parse the bookmark export, create notes with folders as tags. The output xml can be saved as an .enex file and imported to Evernote. I'm posting it here in case anyone else will find it useful. I've used simple javascript+jquery parsing functions. It is not tested much. I was inspired by @gufertum's solution (http://discussion.ev...er-to-evernote/), which however was done in perl, and it did not handle folders and dates update 2012/12/12: fixed version here http://jsfiddle.net/iwqnna/LQ2nQ/
  11. Hi everyone! I am new to evernote and the first thing I need to do is copy all the notes I have in Outlook to evernote. From Google I have learned that when installing the evernote app in the PC, it is also installed a complement in Outlook that helps with this work. I have installed it and I am already able to select a note in Outlook, select then the evernote complement icon in the toolbar and the note is copied to evernote (great!). The problem is when I select more than one note. Then, the icon is greyed out and cannot be invoked. So apparently, I have to do it note by note. And there are a few hundreds!!! Do you know of any way to do it once for all? Thanks.
  12. John Smith The One

    Import google Keep data to evernote

    Hi, I'm new to evernote. I exported my google keep data in a .zip by using google takeout. How do you import this .zip to evernote ? I tried the following article: https://evernote.com/intl/fr/contact/support/kb/#!/article/25071271 It tried with both folder: C:\Takeout\ C:\Takeout\Keep The first folder imported only the index.html The second folder where every google keep's data is stored in a separated .html is not imported at all. So Is it possible to import google keep data to evernote? Thanks for your help.
  13. Utilizing Evernote business card scanning (OCR) and Evernote for Salesforce1 integration I'm looking for a way to create a new lead in Salesforce with with the scanned business card info.
  14. joness

    Lost file on Import

    I dragged a file to my Evernote Import Folder and it seemed to import OK. However, it has not turned up as a note in my Evernote. I have now lost the file because it was deleted from the import folder. I have tried recycle bin on my desktop but it is not there. Where might I be able to find the file? Regards StephenJ
  15. is there a way to transfer/import all of my notes from the color notes app at one time to evernote? sharing them one by one will be too time consuming
  16. Hello, I'm using Mac with Yosemite and would like to know if Evernote supports exporting content from Adobe Acrobat Reader to Evernote. In Outlook there is an icon to export it to Evernote, but in the Reader there isn't anything. I didn't find anything on Google so thought I'd ask here. Thank you, J
  17. Hi Folks! I have many SOHO notes that are a mixture of text and inline PNG or JPEG images. I'd very much like these notes to appear the same way in EN after import. I gather that I can export SOHO notes as either RTFD or PDF. RTFD is a no go I think, because the export ends up a a folder with the images separated out and no meta information to say where they should be placed inline. I thought PDF would work, but more often than not the import leaves me with the image as an attachment in the Mac client. Oddly enough, the web beta client shows a large thumbnail with the image inline, but the actual note has the image as an attachment. On the advice in other posts in the forum I set my settings in the Mac client to always show inline, but the behavior remains inconsistent. Thanks Eric
  18. Evernote Version 5.5.1 (402628 App Store) on Mac OS X 10.9.4 I have a .enex file which is converted from delicious .xml file, like following:(BTW, this content is modified from a export output of same Evernote application) <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><!DOCTYPE en-export SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/evernote-export3.dtd"><en-export export-date="20140714T090727Z" application="Evernote" version="Evernote Mac 5.5.1 (402628)"> <note> <title>Dr.Palaniraja: Import Delicious bookmarks to Evernote including tags</title> <content><![CDATA[<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?><!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/enml2.dtd"> <en-note style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;"><div><font face="Georgia" size="6"><span style="font-size: 24px;"><a href="http://dr-palaniraja.blogspot.com.br/2010/12/import-delicious-bookmarks-to-evernote.html">Import Delicious bookmarks to Evernote including tags ~ Dr.Palaniraja</a><br/></span></font></div><div><br/><br/><br/></div><pre>my own comment</pre><div><br/><br/><br/></div><div><hr/></div><div style="text-align: right;"><font color="#6A6A6A"><font face="Georgia"><font size="5"><span style="font-size: 18px;">articles, delicious, evernote</span></font></font></font></div> </en-note> ]]></content> <created>20140714T090612Z</created> <updated>20140714T090612Z</updated> <tag>test</tag> <note-attributes> <source>web.clip</source> <source-url>http://dr-palaniraja.blogspot.com.br/2010/12/import-delicious-bookmarks-to-evernote.html</source-url> <reminder-order>0</reminder-order> </note-attributes> </note></en-export>After "File"->"Import Notes...", the note which I got missed the "test" tag. Any suggestion? Thanks in advance.
  19. The "Save PDF to Evernote" under the standard Print menu works great for most applications. However, the one place it doesn't work is from within the Adobe Reader application. In other words, if you're using an application like Keynote or PowerPoint, you can save a PDF version of your document by using the Print/PDF/Save PDF to Evernote function - this is seamless and works flawlessly. However, if the document is ALREADY a PDF, and you're viewing the PDF document from within the Adobe Reader, when you try to use the Print/PDF/Save PDF to Evernote function, you get an error message from Adobe that says "Saving a PDF file when printing is not supported . Instead, choose File > Save." Is there an easy way to get the file from Adobe Reader directly into Evernote? I really don't want to have to save the PDF from within Adobe Reader and then drag/drop (or equivalent) to get the file into Evernote.
  20. While not exactly the same application I think what I'm looking for would best be understood if I said I wanted to use Evernote to create a new note for each contact in a list. The list, which can be in whatever text editor is easiest, call it Microsoft Word, would contain something like the following: Bob NoName Account executive This guy is really cool and helpful. Phone number: 555-1212 Address: 1234 Peanut Lane email: bnoname@somemail.com Sarah NoName Accountant Smelled aweful. Phone number: 555-1213 Address: 1234 Walnut Drive email: Whatever automation I would use would identify Bob and Sarah as separate records, use Bob and Sarah as a header for the note and put the notes into the same notebook. It would be fancy if i could even specify somewhere tags that can be applied by record but that's not terribly imporatant. I'm familiar with Visual Basic programming and (shudder) FoxPro. My problem is just not knowing where to start. If there is any documentation, technical or otherwise, or another link or some big neon sign saying "look at me, dummy" that I'm missing please feel free to redirect me. Thanks, Randy
  21. It is not often that I envy Windows users but one of the few things that I covet is the auto-import feature of Evernote. Ideally I would like is a folder which Evernote monitors, then creates notes using the OS X tags as Evernote tags. I can do most of that with Hazel with an embedded script and a pre-defined set of tags; but it is complex, error prone and will fail if there are new tags created. Unless of course someone has a simpler way of doing it?
  22. kutchfam

    Import note

    I am new to evernote. A co-worker emailed a note to my evernote email. I am unable to import the note. The icon has a question mark. I am using my ipad to try and import the note. Any help would be appreciated.
  23. Maatary

    mac Importing as a link

    Hi, would it be possible to import some file that are in my mac finder folders into evernote, but just as a link. For instance, I have a note, where i want to talk about a PDF, but i just want to have a reference to the actual PDF in my finder, and not duplicate the pdf in my computer. That is, having one in evernote, just for making note on it, and one in my finder. I want to avoid that. The context is that i have Papers, a library software for papers that i enjoy pretty well to organize my readings. It is my central repository to organize all my papers. Many thanks
  24. I have been using Evernote on my Android device for a few months and was curious if I was to install it on my MAC 10.9.5 laptop will it sync up to it automatically? I would not enjoy exporting from the MAC and importing to Android. (or vice versa). Thank you.
  25. AmyG Evernote Beginner

    Auto importing notes and tags

    I'm looking at using Evernote as a CRM tool..... I have a small membership type website that I get many emails from; membership signups, paypal payments, customer support emails etc. I'm hoping to end up with a system that 'bundles' all these emails and data for each member in an easy to find / use place. A slight complication is that a member is an organisation so emails may come from a variety of email addresses and they will not necessarily even be the same domain making filing etc more complex. Ideally I'd also like to pull in extra data from the website. I was thinking of doing this with a custom cron job on my server that auto sends emails to Evernote with the data in, that way I can add the notebook/tags etc to the email. I thought I had a good solution using Evernote and the ability to email into Evernote directly. I was hoping to redirect emails into Evernote tagged with the organisation name however I obviously don't know who will join when, to pre-create the tags. AFAIK Evernote will not create new tags via an email. Is there ANY way I can automatically create a new tag based on an incoming note? There would always be an initial email that could be processed when an organisation joins for the first time. Many Thanks,
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