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  1. Our students all have iPads with iWorks on them. We are using the notebooks feature in Evernote to organize by subject. When a student sends a file from Pages, Numbers or Keynote, we cannot move the file into the notebook. Is there a way to do that?
  2. Hello EN Community, (Sorry this post is so long and detailed) I am new to EN and I therefore have many questions. I've found many answers to individual questions in the forums, but I am having a hard time piecing all of the info together so I can determine how to setup the optimal EN ecosystem for my purposes. I have ascertained from the forums that it’s best to figure out as much strategy as possible before I purchase hardware/software and dive head-first into EN, or else I may have many regrets and may have to go back and redo a bunch of work as well. So I’m here for a ton of advice across the board. My questions involve the interaction between all of these areas: 1. Scanning in/uploading lecture notes/documents 2. Organizing them into a highly searchable database 3. Quickly accessing this database (primarily via a tablet device) 4. Quickly adding in new notes (preferably a mix of handwritten/recorded notes via tablet) First some background: I’m a pharmacy student who is about to complete years-worth of college classes this May and embark on rotations this August. These rotations will be in a hospital setting and will require me to take my knowledge and quickly apply it on the go (such as quickly answering drug info/therapy questions during rounds with the medical team), as well as learn many new things (and hopefully document them via notes, recordings, etc). So my goal is to have technology and EN on my side during this whole, demanding process. Here’s an example of my perfect hypothetical situation involving EN: While rounding, the doctors are discussing a patient’s case. Before we left for rounds I quickly reviewed the cases, used my tablet to browse relevant lecture notes and medical resources, and wrote some basic notes to myself. While making the rounds I have medical reference apps, a couple relevant lecture note sets, searchable PDFs (such as treatment guidelines) open in the background and I am able to seamlessly switch between them and note taking, while possibly even recording the team’s discussion. If they turn to me with a drug info question, I have hopefully been able to stay a step ahead of them and have either looked up the relevant info or am able to do so and provide an answer in a timely manner. Of course, all while jotting down notes in EN. After rounds I am able to use EN, Skitch, etc. to compile all of this into a note that I can review/edit later, as well as search my notebooks for more in-depth follow-up drug info answers for my preceptor. This may seem out of reach, but I want to find a way to get as close to obtaining it as possible, and I promise you that there are many medical and business professionals who are looking to EN for a slight variation of the same purposes. I’m also confident that there are medical/professional EN users who have iPads or Android tablets and are able to offer advice on their personal strategy to accomplish this. So please, do share your experiences with the EN community! #1 & 2: Uploading/Organizing: During the next few months before I start rotations I want to become a premium member and take all of the relevant lecture notes from the past few years and scan/upload them into EN into a well-organized and VERY SEARCHABLE database. My strategy at the moment to accomplish this is to purchase a Fujitsu Scansnap scanner (I’m leaning toward the s1500 or s1300i). Most of my notes are printed out PDF/Word/Powerpoint documents that have been marked up with multicolored handwritten notes and highlighting. I also have some digital searchable and nonsearchable PDFs, many with sticky-note comments on them, but preserving these sticky-notes is not as important as the handwritten notes. So for this uploading/organizing goal I want advice on how to best accomplish this feat in a manner where the database is extremely easy to search, ideally offline using a tablet device. My questions are: Is Scansnap the way to go? Should I upload everything directly to EN as searchable PDFs, JPEGs, or something else? (I know EN uses different OCR strategies for text vs. handwriting) Should I use Scansnap’s software to OCR the documents first and then move them to EN? Since the Scansnap s1500 comes with Adobe Acrobat (Version 9 Standard, I believe), and the cheaper s1300i doesn't, is there a reason I should spend the extra cash (think starving college student) in order to get Acrobat for my purposes? I also want to make these notebooks shareable with some classmates, but I guess that’s a whole different discussion. #3 & 4: Accessing notes: I plan to purchase a tablet for my rotations. This is where the bulk of my questions and uncertainty lies. Ideally I want this device to serve three main functions: 1) Be a powerful mobile drug/medical information database. 2) Be an excellent tool for quickly accessing lecture notes and saved documents on the go. 3) Be a great tool for taking quick handwritten/recorded notes while multitasking on the go. I also will have occasional access to desktop/laptop computers for more in-depth research and document creation, but possibly not very often until I get home in the evenings. Also, I should have decent WiFi coverage, but I'm not taking this for granted, and the more I can store offline, the better. At this time I am leaning toward a small Android tablet over the iPad Mini (any full-sized tablet is too large to be practical), but I am very unsure. The most intriguing device is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that is scheduled to be released at Mobile World Congress at the end of this month. It’s basically a smaller Galaxy Note 10.1, so for the purposes of this discussion in regards to apps and compatibility, just think of it as Galaxy Note 10.1 vs iPad. The main reason I’m leaning toward the Droid is the hardware, mainly the pressure-sensitive stylus. But also it has expandable storage (mini SD card), is a little cheaper and has some cool multitasking features such as split-screen apps. But I have many concerns about Droid tablets mainly just because of the app selection. The iPad is miles ahead in this arena, but the problem is the awful lack of practicality for quickly handwriting notes on a capacitive screen (think finger-painting) and limited storage unless you pay tons of money. FYI, I also have an iPhone, which I love (as a phone, but it’s not practical for these demands) and have never owned an Android product. Taking into account that the Apple is far superior to Android when it come to drug/medical info apps (but I believe I can get by with the growing Android medical app selection, plus utilizing my iPhone if I have to), which tablet should I buy from an Evernote perspective? If the iPad had a pressure-sensitive stylus it would be a no-brainer, but I just have zero confidence in its ability to replace paper and pen for efficient note taking; maybe I’m overly skeptical of the iPad's multitasking and note-taking ability. However, I’m also skeptical that the Android market has apps available (or will by August) that utilize its superior content creation hardware (pressure-sensitive stylus) to do things like fully replace paper and pen while multitasking with great medical resources and incorporating it all into a database like EN. I know I've asked a ton, and I know that some of these individual topics have been addressed elsewhere, but please provide your best recommendation for how I can setup the optimal EN ecosystem for my for all of my purposes. Keep in mind that the uploading/organizing stage should ideally take place soon, but I don't need to purchase a tablet until mid-late summer. I know many others who are interested in doing the exact same thing. Thanks! *Edit: Maybe this is a good option? Any thoughts? Pressure sensitivity for Penultimate or Evernote iPad app to utilize this please!!! *Another edit: I guess maybe pressure sensitivity isn't as important for note-taking as having a true digitizer stylus. That's probably what makes writing with the Galaxy s-pen so good, the fact that's its a digitizer, not the pressure sensitivity... Related links: Very good Galaxy Note vs. iPad comparison: Scansnap s1500: http://content.webcollage.net/apps/cs/mini-site/fujitsu/module/fujitsuamerica/wcpc/1326390902239/tab/demo-b462bb77?enable-reporting=true&showtabs=&channel-product-id=PA03586-B005Scansnap s1300i: ​http://content.webcollage.net/apps/cs/mini-site/fujitsu/module/fujitsuamerica/wcpc/1339599044285?channel-product-id=PA03643-B005&enable-reporting=true&showtabs=Current Galaxy Note 8 news: ​http://techcrunch.com/2013/01/24/samsung-galaxy-note-8-reportedly-caught-on-camera-inherits-design-language-of-galaxy-note-ii/Useful medical mobile apps resource (FYI): ​http://www.imedicalapps.com/
  3. We know Web Clipper on mobile has been a long-time request, and the folks here at Dolphin have been working on integrating this feature into our mobile browser. The Dolphin Browser iPad beta is finally here, and we want you, the Evernote community, to be the first to test it out. With this version of Dolphin, you can now: Save to Evernote Clip any web page or selected text to your Evernote account Change the note title, select its notebook, and add tags and comments [*]Annotate: Draw on the current web page and save the screen capture to Evernote, or share on Facebook. [*]Share web pages via Facebook, Twitter or Email, and store webpages to your Box.net account We want to hear your bug reports, performance feedback, and suggestions for improvement. Dolphin is excited to provide the best Evernote web clipper experience on mobile devices, and you can help us make that happen. Sign up for our iPad beta HERE by Sunday, 12/02, 10pm PST. We'll send you the beta version and feedback form early next week. We look forward to your feedback! -- The Details: Device Requirement: iPad Sign-up deadline: Sunday, 12/02, 10pm PST Beta sign-up and Testflight instructions: 1. Visit http://tflig.ht/GP0gai on your iPad to join the Dolphin Browser beta tester group 2. If you have an existing Testflight account, click "Join this Team" and input your login information. If you have not used Testflight before, fill out the form and click "Sign Up & Join". Once complete, you'll see a confirmation page and Testflight will send a confirmation email. 3. Access this confirmation email on your iPad device, and click "Login". 4. Login into Testflight account 5. Click "Connect this device"/"Reconnect Device" 6. You will then be directed to System Preferences to install the Testflight profile. Install the profile, and your device is ready to go! 7. Dolphin Browser will distribute the build and you'll get an email from Testflight to download it!
  4. I have forgotten my iPad app password for Evernote (not my account password). How do I reset it?
  5. Hello I have been using Evernote for a few years as a premium user and after years of trying many to do apps, I decided to use the Secret Weapon which is working fine. After experimenting a little with tag names, I changed my tags on my Mac from Now (1) back to 1.Now, Next (2) to 2.Next, etc. The tags appear on both iOS devices, with the correct number next to them of the notes that have that tag, but selecting the tag only brings up the recent (today's) note that I changed today, but none of the others. I have completed syncs on the Mac, restarted the Mac app and both iOS apps too (and restarted the iPhone and iPad), and synced again and again, but the notes still appear to be missing on the tag links both iOS devices. Mac is working fine though. Any clues?
  6. Hi I love evernote. However I have found it is virtually unusable on my new iPad mini,, as it seems to format web pages as though my iPad was an iPhone, only showing me a small rectagular area in lanscape mode and making the writing appear very small in portrait mode also. I don't know if this is a formatting issue, but there doesn't seem to be a way to get the page to resize to full screen in lanscape mode, evernote simply presents the page in what it thinks is an appropriate scale, making the page all but impossible to read, particularly if like me you don't have great eyesight. There is however a potential resolution for this. he guys over at Readability.com have largely solved this problem in a similar way that Opera Mini does, by allowing the user to copy the page and have it reformated via the cloud, to ensure that it is as clear and as readable as possible on smaller devices. You can find this app here. Please look at it and consider incorporating this functionality into evernote: http://www.readability.com They also provide bookmarklets for Safari that allow the reader to 'read the page now', 'read it later' (or save it for offline reading), or to 'send to Kindle', which alows the cleaned up page to be sent to a kindle device. The read later feature is a bit like some of the features of Evernote. However clearly evernote has many more useful features and also a lot more staying power diue to the sheer size of its userbase and the resources at it's disposal to really develop features like this. Please, please incorportate this functionality into Evernote, as I am currently not able at all to use it on my newly purchaced device.
  7. Looking for feedback on the potential of adding annotation capability to the iOS version of Evernote. Currently on the android version, I can open Evernote, start a note, snap a picture, open the picture, annotate the picture, save the picture and continue with my note...all within Evernote. All of this is possible on my iPad, except the picture annotation feature. This would be a tremendous help to my company. Any feedback would be great! Thanks, Chris
  8. Hi Everyone, I am a first time user of Evernote. I have always heard about the app, and heard how highly people have talked about it. However, I am unsure of how to use the app effectively as a College student. I start my Bachelors degree in exactly one week and have been trying to further understand the app before that. I have searched YouTube, but have not found many helpful videos that talk about the College student. Most of the videos also are rather old, and I am sure that the desktop, as well as the IOS versions have had some major changes. I don't fully understand the difference between the free version, and the premium version. Which would be best suited for a college student? With Apple releasing iCloud and having their iWork suite sync across devices via the cloud, how is Evernote different? Before really looking into Evernote my plan was to just use Pages to take class notes, assignments, etc... That way they would just auto sync between my MacBook Pro, iPad, and iPhone. The only thing that I have always disliked about Pages is that you can not place a folder within a folder. Speaking of Pages, does Evernote work with Pages? What I mean is that if I type up a research paper, could I store that paper in Evernote along with my research? How reliable is Evernote? Does data get stored locally, as well as the cloud? Or is everything only saved on the cloud? Any help and guidance that you guys can give me would be greatly appreciated. If you know of a great YouTube video that would help me that would also be amazing. With class starting on August 20th, I really want to be as organized as possible. Thanks so much Brian
  9. Hi everyone: I've recently started using EN, and in the last few days, I've started using Skitch. I came across two things that, for me, are problematic: - After creating something in Skitch, and sending it to EN, I can't move it from the Skitch notebook to another notebook. - I can't open up something created in Skitch, and edit it (e.g. add text). As mentioned, I'm new at this - am I missing something, or is the functionality not there? Cheers,
  10. I have read that Evernote has discontinued support for IMAP, but I'm wondering if someone has had success with setting it up, and if so, what the configuration is. I'm trying to access my notes from within Apple Mail, but the end goal is to get all of my notes into Gmail--and am trying to avoid emailing them to myself from Evernote--though that's looking to be the only option at this point. Thanks for taking a look, and please post suggestions here. -Ted
  11. Hi everyone. I am new to Eernote and have been trying to download web clipper onto my ipad2 but all I get is "error in communicating with Evernote servers" ... Every time. What is going on? How can I fix this? Please help.
  12. Hi All, Seem to have a problem where I select a folder and it does not always show the notes on the iPad. Sometimes I touch a folder (on the screen) and the notes appear, sometimes they just don't. On these occasions I end up with two highlighted (greyed) folders and the one that was showing notes, before I clicked the 2nd folder still showing. Never had this problem before and to be honest I rarely use the online version of Evernote, but if it is a bug, I guess it needs fixing. Best regards Chris
  13. Please help! I tried to sync my notes from my iPad to my laptop - my wifi on my iPad was off (I had forgotten), and I tried to sync first on my iPad, then I clicked sync on my laptop Evernote. I then realised my wifi was off, so I turned it on and went to sync again. When I opened Evernote on my iPad, it had lost all my notes since my last sync (a week ago). I THINK this is because it registered me syncing from my laptop first, so erased any new notes? I am not a premium member and I do not have Time Machine and I'm worried that I have completely lost all my notes from the past week! I have tried to register for technical support, but when I do it just goes to a blank page. On my iPad it keeps saying "Connecting to Evernote Server..." then "Error Connecting to Evernote Server." What do I do?!?!!? I have I permanently lost these notes?! Thank you! (I have restarted my iPad and opened and closed Evernote on both laptop and iPad.)
  14. We want you! Come beta test our latest iPad version of: Meshin Calendar: for Evernote Meshin Calendar is a free mobile app that brings your calendars, that is right, all of them, iCal, Google, Outlook and more, into one view, with our smarts to enhance their use, and links them to Evernote. Create and link notes to events, create agendas, prepare for meetings, know where to go and share the meeting data with others via our web experience. Your meeting attendees can rate your meetings and collaborate through our web based comment feature. Your links to Evernote and agendas are automatically synchronized to your Meshin Calendar account, which then syncs to all your signed in devices on Android and iOS. So you have your Meshin info on whatever mobile device you are using, and its backed up in our cloud. To add or change a device, its as easy as installing our app and signing on. Already released on iPhone and Android, our new version for the iPad expands our ability to bring even more smart functionality to you. So join us to beta test Meshin Calendar for the iPad and iOS! With your help, we we can build something truly awesome that brings comprehensive calendar smarts to Evernote. You will have access to builds before the general public, have opportunities to provide input on design and features and really influence how the app grows. The number of beta slots we can offer is quite limited, so in the interest of maximizing the impact of our select group, we ask that you only sign up if you can devote some quality time to testing Meshin Calendar. Please go to the link below to register at Test Flight, which we use to manage the betas: http://tflig.ht/OTCDWA Then register your iOS devices as soon as possible. Once they are registered, and your beta application approved, we then prepare a new build that includes your device. Look for an email or a notification on your device that the build is available to you, it can take 12 to 24 hours normally so please be patient! Any questions about the signup process or about the beta program you can respond in this forum thread. Best Regards, Greg & The Meshin Team http://www.meshin.com Support: http://meshin.zendesk.com e-mail at support.ios@meshin.com P.S. Bug reports please send email to support.ios@meshin.com or use the feedback button on the device under Meshin settings.
  15. Under 2.0 It seems that my iPad "owns" the image and note and I can't edit title / edit image / open etc. while using EN on my pc. I use skitch several times a day between my phone and ipad - sync up to my computers for editing / filing etc. This would include changing the note title. Under 2.0 - I have to use the device that created the image to edit the note title - wth? I get an error - pic attached. Right Clicking on the image on my pc does not bring up the same menu options as pics taken before this update. Previously I could open / edit / crop etc... and save back into the note. Please fix. - It was working AWESOME before this change. If it ain't broke...It don't need fixing.
  16. Hi, Fair warning, I am new to all things forum related I usually manage to ride on the tailcoat of someone else! Today I wrote a whole bunch of notes on my ipad. They all synced through to my computer fine except for one. The only way i can think this one note may be different to the others is that the part that hasn't synced to the computer was written while i had no internet connection. When I had both the ipad and the mac in front of me everything except that note had synced. So I had a full note on the ipad and a basically empty note on the mac. I pressed the sync button and rather than taking the information from the ipad and putting it on the mac, it updated the ipad with the version that was on the mac, which was just a title. Like everyone who posts about the loss of work, it did take a long time so I was wondering if there is anyway I can get the work back? Do I always have to be connected to the internet when writing notes and what are the best ways of avoiding this in the future? Any information would be a god send and greatly appreciated! Thank you!
  17. Hi everyone, I'm posting this on behalf of one of my students. I teach English here in Osaka, Japan and am an avid Evernote and Mac user, just like my student. She often takes photos of the whiteboard of my lessons with her iPad 2 and then puts them into Evernote. She has an iPhone and a MacBook Pro. The pictures seem to sync with her iPhone no problem, but with her MBP some of the photos are coming out reversed. I realize there is no rotate feature for photos built into Evernote on the Mac. I was wondering if anyone has experienced the same thing and if so, do you have a work around? Thanks, EmceeLito
  18. Hi there, I'm using Evernote quite for a while, but I never managed to use it at work for taking notes at business meetings and stuff. Those notes I just take with a normal paperbased notebook (I tried that on my iPad, but the feeling is just not the same). My idea would be to get all those handwritten notes into Evernote, but i've never really managed to get a good workflow for that. How are you guys doing that? Are you using some handwriting App for the iPad or are you just getting pictures of your notes and attach them? The issues with pictures i have is, that i cannot really search for that Evernote. It's not recognizing my handwriting at all. Thanks for some idead and cheers hubutz
  19. Is anyone else finding they are having CONSTANT formatting issues with Evernote? For ALL versions? Things such as: List formatting, if I click to start a list (numbered or otherwise) it instead starts the list several lines above (Even if I have several hard returns or double spaced returns between the lines) Weird/abrupt formatting changes. Many times if I have a list that isn't functioning properly I'll try backspacing to the previous line and then "returning" to make it a separate line to fix the list, and all of a sudden my text will be Several sizes larger and bold Often when you select a different size or formatting for a peice of text (bold, underlined, etc.) it simply won't change. This happens especially often on the iOS versions when you try to select "Heading" or other Theme Formats [*]Copying paste from anywhere else and pasting it into evernote causes all of these problems to be exponentially worse. Not to be sarcastic, but if the Evernote text formatting code worked even half as good as the text box in this forum post I'd be happy. Anyone else having these issues?
  20. I want to log in with my Skitch account but it will only let you use your Evernote account. Could you please make it that you can also log-in with the Skitch account itself just like you can in the Mac App?
  21. http://tabtimes.com/news/education/2012/02/20/apples-ipad-helps-improve-kindergarten-literacy-maine A study conducted at a school district in Auburn, Maine has found that Apple's iPad can be used to help improve kindergartner literacy scores. Meanwhile, in a separate announcement, a school in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, has revealed its initial findings from its own iPad pilot program. Sherwood Middle School rolled-out 53 iPads to students and teachers from 1st December last year. Teachers at the school say that the iPad has allowed them to maximise the time spent on teaching the lesson, rather than distributing materials, with Evernote often is use to save notes and projects across multiple devices. Evernote is also being used so that students can access and submit assignments. The teachers say that they and the students rely on around ten apps in all, including Apple’s Keynote and ShowMe – an interactive whiteboard app. The teachers add that there have been few behavioural problems with the tablet, with the odd occasion relating to students forgetting to bring their tablets to school, or emailing friends during class. Of the 53 tablets handed out, three have been damaged.
  22. I've been using EN for almost two years and am about to set my not-so-techie wife up with her own account -- she's decided she wants to digitize the family recipes handed down to her from her Mom and Nana -- a box full of 3x5's and scraps of paper. I have MY EN installed on my laptop, and she'll have her's on HER laptop -- I'm not expecting much confusion there. But, how will it work on the single iPad 2 that we both share? I alreadxy have the EN app on the tablet. Do we somehow have to set up a 2nd install? ...or is this the sort of thing where we use the single app but must log in individually? Sorry, I know this is most likely a REAL NEWBIE question. But, like I said, my wife is non-tech and for years I was the only one in the house who would even TOUCH a compouter so I never had to mess around with multiple user accounts logins and such. I'd dive in and just try to go on this but I've recently had some sync problems with EN and so am a bit gun-shy about creating trouble. Thanks for your thoughts and suggestions! Jim Bristol, Maine USA
  23. Educators tout success of Shrewsbury iPad experiment http://www.telegram....LATE=TOWNPORTAL According to the teachers, the devices allow them to maximize the amount of time spent on teaching the lesson, rather than distributing materials and worrying about students who have lost their assignments. Using Evernote, a program that allows users to save notes and projects across multiple devices, teachers can post assignments or documents that students can access on their own iPads. Evernote also allows teachers to have a record of assignments that students have submitted, which minimizes the chances that such documents will be lost. “It's fitting in seamlessly,” said Ms. McMahon, noting the intuitive nature of the devices. “We're not teaching the technology, we're teaching the subjects.” Mr. Middlesworth pointed out that the devices have saved a great deal of paper, and time photocopying, since work can be assigned and completed digitally. The students said they have less need for binders and notebooks, since those are provided by some of the iPad apps.
  24. http://ilearntechnology.com/?p=4314
  25. I saw this morning that Evernote has released two new apps for the iPad. One is intended to aid in remembering and sharing dining experiences, and the other is intended to aid in the remembering of people's faces. Yes, these may be nice and even creative elements in the Evernote repertoire. But has Evernote pursued these at the expense of refinements to the editor suggested in the many fine threads in this forum? I would rather see Evernote remain a thick, strong, beefy, robust product than a thin, fishy, wiry product. Don't become the Google of notes. Remember your roots! Just my 2 cents.
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