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  1. Have been a long-term Evernote user. Love the ability to create links between notes via different methods/approaches. Would be very helpful if there was a linkback feature at the bottom of a note to identify which other notes have "referenced" or is "linked" with the current note. The Context feature is ok, but I am looking for direct connections between my current note and the ones that reference it. The "suggested" documents are ok, but not exactly what I am after.
  2. Would Evernote develop Workchat so one can comment on specific part of a note and see the comment alongside? I think a much stronger level of communication is required. This way Evernote can do it all in one App. Please say its in the pipeline.. .
  3. Currently, if I want to link to an existing note in one of my notebooks I have to navigate to that note, copy a link, then navigate back to the note where I want to link to it, and paste it there. It is ok if you rarely do this. It is very time-consuming though if you need to do a lot of this. Look at how it is done in many project management platforms, like e.g. Youtrack or Asana. If I type something like @ followed by a partial headline, the system shows all the notes with this text in the headline. Once I confirm, a link is created. Very fast and convenient. If you need me to explain it more, please don't hesitate to let me know. I'm sure I'm not the only one who would benefit from it.
  4. Every time I am clicking an internal Link to another note and then return to the original note, I have to scroll all the way down find the paragraph where I left. I'm always brought to the very beginning of the original again. Wouldn't it be great when I could jump back right to where I left in that note? (Like I can in iBooks for example.)
  5. I have a main document that is just text named "Overview of Lightroom Workflow". I would like to have an area on the left side of that document, when clicked on would to take me to a new page of "Details of Data Import" I expect to have a number of Detail pages. I would appreciate any ideas on how to link these pages. Dick
  6. So far, you can only link one note to another. But you can't: Link one section of a note to another section of a note Link one section of a note to a section of another note EXAMPLE: Literally any wikipedia (<-- random example) page. After the intro description, there is a 'contents' box that links to itself later in a document. You can also click to links of sections of other pages on the site. OneNote already has this feature. I find OneNote awful BUT this feature is the one and only reason why I use OneNote over Evernote at work, and Evernote just for personal use. Please update your linking features!
  7. This is a suggested feature for as many platforms as possible - though I use Android, PC, Web and iOS. I have not been able to find a thread for this elswhere, but I apologise if I have overlooked one. My suggestion is for a feature enabling users to create a new note using text in an existing note, so that the new note would be linked back to the existing note, and clicking on the relevant text would take you to the new note (ideally, with an easy way to return to the original note). At present, you have to create the new note first, then copy the note link and insert that in the note you want to link to. My suggested feature effectively reverses that feature, so you have a "parent note" from which "children notes" can be created - without leaving the parent note. The advantages for outlining, mind mapping and similar seem immense. Is this feasible or fantasy? - Justin
  8. I allowed Evernote to move me from the old interface to the new beta interface. What a mistake! Is there a way to move back? I sure hope so, because the beta is completely unusable for me. I use Evernote to save links, kind of like Delicious used to do it. Go to a note, click on the link, and go to the site. The beta doesn't let me do that, anymore. The link is available only in the Info dialog, and it isn't clickable. There's no way to add links to a note, it seems, so I can't even copy the link out of the Info dialog into the note text. Has anyone here figured out how to deal with all of that? If I could just move back to the old interface I'd be happy. -- Helge
  9. Hi, I have a couple of notebooks shared to my assitent so that she can process incoming notes during the work day. Processing involves linking incoming notes to some "master notes" which we use to track certain activities. However this linking seems to not work as expected. Here is what we have observed (linking was done using the Windows client): 1. Notebook owner adds links into a note linking to other notes in the same notebook or other notebooks accesible by assistent -> The links work as expected both for the notebook owner as well as for the assistent. 2. Assistent add links into a note residing in a shared notebook with the note linking to other notes in the same notebook or other notebooks shared by the same user -> the links work as expected for the assistent but not for the notebook owner. Instead when the notebook owner clicks on the link the following message is displayed in the web client: "The note link refers to a notebook you cannot access". The windows client displays: "The note link refers to a local note the different database wich does not exist on this computer". I suppose this is not expected behavior. Are we doing something wrong or are there hints how to work around this? Best regards, PBU
  10. Hi, Linking to EN notes is something I use all the time, and for me is one of the most valuable aspects of EN. I have Excel spreadsheets full of note links. Before upgrading to EN5 I would right click on a note, select "Copy Note Link," and be able to paste a path starting with evernote://view/ In EN5 the hyperlink path I get with Copy Note Link starts with https://www.evernote.com/shard/s48/nl/ which requires me to be on the web at least to get the local display started. I would expect the Toolbar command "Copy URL" to generate a path starting with https://, but to also have that be the default with "Copy Note Link" is a problem: When on an airplane last week I couldn't open any links I'd generated with EN5, only with EN4. I also can't get Nozbe to correctly link to notes unless I have internet access. I've been working with their tech support for a couple of weeks now. The cloud is awesome but it's problematic when companies assume I'm always connected, even when I'm literally in the clouds. Any workaround to this? Thanks, Lena
  11. These new weblinks are extremely frustrating. I don't want them. I need Evernote to spring into action when I click on an Evernote link not my web browser. I do not understand why this option has eclipsed the classic link? I have Evernote on all my devices and the internal link opens the app on whichever device I'm using no matter where it was created. Using Evernote in a browsers, especially on mobile devices is a nightmare, which I assume is why we have the apps! Please O please give us an option to change the default links. There are some reasons I need internal links: 1. I do not save passwords in browsers and need to constantly log in. 2. Evernote is always running, my browser isn't. 3. I don't always have internet access. 4. It is so much easier to have applications that link to Evernote have those links open in the Evernote app and not the browser. The browser app is far inferior to the actual app on my mac. So, question: How do I set the default linking method to be the classic links? Why? I use a number of Keyboard Maestro actions which are now broken as the require the classic link which is difficult to simulate using Keyboard Maestro.
  12. I am working collaborating with another person on a notebook, we are using macs, iPhones, and premium accounts. We are using a few notes as our primary action documents and the creating individual notes for each topic/action item. I would like to be able to link action item on the primary action document to the note for each action item. I know that I can create a workaround that takes me out to the browser and it is extraordinarly cumbersome and it lacks the all in one elegance of Evernote. I would like to request that Evernote build in hyperlinking notes to their applications and by pass the awkward browser integration.
  13. I have a master note that looks like this, with the individual linked class note: Week 01a Tuesday, August 20 Week 01b: Thursday, August 22 ...and so forth. Is there a way to change the dates on each class note without having to relink each note again to a master note? Might there be a better way to accomplish my overall objective for each semester? Thank you, Roy
  14. Hello! Evernote has become irreplacable part of my life and I want to do it more irreplacable. What about to add an ability to link notes with each other by using special links? In my imagination it looks like usual hyperlinks in the content, but by clicking these ones, the note that link has linked to will be opened. P.S. I'm sorry for any mistakes you may find — English isn't my native Have a nice day!
  15. This feature request is to add a more robust linking feature. An example of this might be the Jira issue tracking system where you are allowed to create multiple links per issue; however, for each link, you can specify what "TYPE" of link you are adding. For example, one might add a link that is categorized as "related". This means, the link between two issues (i.e. notes in the case of Evernote) links them in terms of them being related to one another. Another type of link can be categorized as one issue being dependent on another. The "dependent" link in Evernote would make sense in terms of task oriented notes. For Evernote, the "related" link could also play a part in informing the "Related Notes" feature. Currently, I'm not sure how this feature infers "Related Notes"; however, being able to have some influence over it would be a nice bonus. Real World Use Case: Writing a book series. Each book in the series has it's own note. The top-level book series note should contain a link pointing to each book in the series. For example, if there are 5 books in the series, the main note should contain 5 "related" links. Similar Request: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/40634-suggestion-to-link-notes-between-them
  16. Good afternoon Evernote team. I really need to communicate to you certain illogical, possibly buggy behaviour which I found hugely annoying. Firstly, I use note hyperlinks intensively in my research. Like other users, I try to construct wiki-style repository of my knowledge. The client does very little to facilitate this approach- which is very disappointing, but excusable. However, my typical workflow is as follows: (Please note the specific mouse clicks and keyboard input) 1. While editing a note, realise it needs a hyperlink to related note. 2. Click on search field and type a query, searching for related note. 3. Once desired note appears in results, right click on list entry and choose Copy Note Link My goal now is to go back to the first note, to paste the link. Using history to do so should be straightforward. However, during dynamic search, every top result which has appeared WHILE TYPING has entered the history. Often it is the same thought entering history multiple times and clogging history list! The first note is thus burried uder 5-10 notes which I never explicitly clicked on, or edited. It gets worse. I then try to use history list by long-clicking back button. Even if I still find and click first thought's history entry (skipping all search-induced entries) Evernote does not send me the the first thought! It sends me to first thought from search results. This is not an expected behaviour. It gets worse. If I mispell a word while searching and results' list is empty- it deletes the whole history, meaning I need to do yet another search just to get back to where I started. Please, I urge you to fix this behaviour. Search results should NOT be automatically entering note history. There is no typical use scenario when this behaviour would be in any way helpful. Thank you for consideration.
  17. One feature I have wished for in Evernote since switching to using it as my primary note taking solution is auto-linking between notes in the same notebook. When the title of an existing note exists within another note the text becomes a link to it. This is a feature I love in Tomboy (which I used when taking notes in college). It allowed me to take notes in class with very little effort because I didn't have to maintain a lot of structure in my notebooks as it automatically centralized all information on any idea and linked to information whenever it was mentioned. Each idea would be its own note, and in my lecture notes I would mention the title/name of an idea and the text would automatically link to it. A contrived example: To set the stage I took both software engineering and a program analyst course in college. And this example takes place in a lecture dedicated to software design and theory. I would be taking notes in the lecture about a specific program we're examining. The professor would mention several design patterns used in the program as we examine the source code. Instead of explaining these patterns in my lecture notes I simply record the name of the pattern. If I already have a note on a pattern mentioned in my notebook the text in my lecture note would automatically become a link to the note explaining the design pattern. If the note for the design pattern did not already exist and I create a note at a later date by that name my lecture notes would then automatically link to them.
  18. Just been getting messages from people on forums saying "I can't see the graph you posted" or "what happened to your images". Turns out that Evernote seem to have quietly turned off image linking. Now the only option is to link to the Evernote page which not only doesn't allow hotlinking, but shows my Evernote username. A big no-no! Apart from the extra step of "right click, copy image link", Evernote made screen clipping really easy. So now I've had to move to a Google chrome extension and min.us. A bit of a PITA to have to go back and replace the most important images with min.us versions; some notice would have been nice. As far as I can tell, it was working just fine until middle of last week. In addition to this latest thing, when I found it wasn't possible to selectively sync folders, I had to quit my premium subscription in favour of Dropbox. It's a shame, I thought Evernote was going to be my "home for everything", but being forced to sync 2Gb over a slow connection to a full SSD to sync one text note made that a no-go, and Evernote lost the pro revenue. So, yes, I'll still be using Evernote as a glorified note-taker, but it seems that Evernote actually seem to be finding reasons for people to NOT use it or buy a pro subscription.
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