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  1. Problem: I want to organize Evernote in such a way that I have as few root directories as possible, wich minimizes scroling. After using Evernote for an extended period of time I ran in to the problem of having to scroll through my stacks to find the one Im looking for, this is a tedious process on mobile, where searching for the right notebook is not as fast as when using a keyboard. Solution: My solution to the problem is to enable stacking of stacks. Think of it as levels in a bookshelf, where each level represent a different category of books. This would enable you to represent different areas of your life, making the select syncing process easier (say you want to only sync job related notes on your work PC). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Visual representation of "Stacks in Stacks" Bold text represents top-level stacks, which represent areas of my life "•" represents Sub-stacks "◦" represents Notebooks ■ represents Notes Education Highschool Grade 1 All notes for this grade Grade 2 All notes for this grade Etc. University Year 1 Math 101 All Notes for this course English 1 All Notes for this course Etc. Year 2 Math 102 All Notes for this course Etc. Certificates Personal Recipes: Vegan Vegetarian Standard Projects TODO Shopping List Receits Etc. Resources Programming C# Links Python (Job) (2017) ([Project Name]) Ect -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please let me know what you think of sub-stacks (Stacks in stacks). What would be a good name for this feature? Shelves? Super-stacks?
  2. Using Evernote Web. Want to make a template table and then insert it repeatedly into various individual notes. I found the tutorial on making and using templates. Good. However, all of the tutorials and how-to's say that when I click on the Grid icon for a table, I'm supposed to see a menu option for Table Properties. I'm not seeing that either with a left or right click. I get only a drop down visual that lets me select a few choices of rows and columns (not many) and no ability to adjust the width of the columns. What am I missing? Thank you.
  3. Currently We can do the following only. binder notebook note I would like to do the following Binder Folder "NEW" Notebook Note There has been to many times where I need 1 more layer of organization. here is a good example. I use evernote for home and work. HOME House Kids Things to do ETC Work (binder) Client name (Folder) client site (Notebook) notes Overall I would like to go 1 more step to stay better organized
  4. Is there a workaround to getting a tag list? Is using SQL on a copy of the .exb file possible? I've noticed a number of posts on the forum about obtaining a tag list. They seem to dwell on 1) you cannot export or print a tag list in EN and/or 2) it would be a nice feature to have and will you please make it immediately or yesterday. It appears that none of these posts has yielded a definitive answer about a workaround. I have about 3,000 tags. That number is rapidly growing. I access EN two ways: EN for Windows and online in Chrome. I curate the tags in a hierarchy. I am aware that the prevailing consensus seems to be that tags are a superior way to organize one's EN content than notebooks, at least beyond some threshold volume of notes. But it has become tough to organize tags. My tags and their hierarchy are in continual flux as I add notes. I have about 35,000 notes. I continue to add tags and to delete and rearrange them. I am experimenting with the use of "special characters," ie., punctuation characters, to establish various categories. By "curation" I mean inspecting how the tags are organized (naming conventions and hierarchical arrangement) to be sure there is internal consistency. Part of the difficulty in doing so is that: a) there are so many; I can only see a small subset of them at a time; c) lacking an overview, I tend to have several curation and re-organization efforts going on concurrently and/or only partially implemented. d) these curation and re-organization efforts can be in conflict. The whole effort has become analogous to examining an entire landscape sequentially by examining parts of it through the narrow aperture of a drinking straw. But examining things sequentially can never replace simultaneous examination. I want to see all the tags. I need an overview, and to see their hierarchical organization at a glance. I am aware that there is no feature in EN to either print or export tags. Can I extract the tags using SQL? Doing so would not change the actual working file. I could use a copy of my .exb file (Windows platform), perhaps renaming it to a .db, and obtain from that renamed file a list of all of my tags. I recognize it is not good to go into the original backend database file with SQL tools. I would never touch that. It would be helpful to get even just a tag list, regardless of the hierarchical level of each tag. Getting the tags in their hierarchy would be good, though it's not strictly necessary. If you believe that it is infeasible to access the tags in a read-only manner via SQL, please let me know if you are aware of some other option. For example, alternately, is there some third-party software, perhaps analogous to VB for Office, or some macro-like utility of some kind, that would enable me to copy the tags successively, whether from within EN for Windows or EN in my browser, and paste them into MS Word? I am confident that it will be infinitely easier to manage them, once I have them in a word-processing document. I will be able to see the tags and their hierarchical position all at once rapidly, to grok relationships among them, disparities; similar, duplicative labels, etc. Changes to them in a Word doc can then be easily made in the original EN file. I would welcome any suggestions. That said, I do not imagine it would be helpful to question, why do you have so many tags? If you are thinking in those terms, please realize that you may be using EN for entirely different purposes and/or not have as much content. I have about 35,000 notes. Consider that the interrelationships among notes increase enormously as you add new topical areas. I want to track these with the tagging system. Nor do I imagine it would be helpful to ask, how can you use so many notes? Consider that, for the value that I wish to create, I do not need to use them all. Nor is it possible at the moment that I clip them to determine either exactly how I might use them or the likelihood that I will do so. Please realize that the process of capture with EN is often done intuitively, rather than with extensive planning aforethought. In that respect, EN is (or should be) not only a way of managing information. It is also (or should be) a way of managing how to allocate one's limited attention. Likewise, scrolling through a very lengthy tag list in EN for Windows does not support human cognitive strengths and inherent limitations.
  5. I have some notebooks that I'm going to export because I no longer need them anymore. I'd like to be able to access them online. I have a VPS hosting account on GoDaddy. I know how to install WordPress on my directory but I don't know how HTML websites work for this case. Do you think that exporting some of my notebooks as HTML and upload it on one of my directories would let me see it online? I understand that i would need to create a domain/subdomain, and all that.
  6. First of all, sorry for my grammatical mistakes. In my opinion ,one thing will make a big difference on experience of evernote users: it is the insertion of a calendar. A type of calendar that when you insert a new note and especificate a time,See it weekly or monthly calendar your note,to remember you that you have a important appointment for that day. I think this idea will make a great impact on users,because it will create a dynamic and comfortable environment on program.
  7. I have just purchased a new computer, and would like to move my Private Notebooks (not stored in the cloud, only on my hard drive) from the old computer to the new one. How do I do that? Also, is there a way to turn a Private Notebook into a Regular Notebook that DOES sync to the cloud? I use Evernote Premium. The old computer is Windows 8.1 with latest Evernote updates, and the new computer is Windows 10.1. Thanks. -Steve
  8. I'm a premium member because I use Evernote as an individual. One of the great concepts that's featured on the business model, is the ability to separate "Business" Notebooks & "Personal" Notebooks. I think it would be very effective to provide a similar feature to the Premium model, where users can separate notebooks per two or three main categories or "filing cabinets". For example many of my notebooks and notebook stacks are created for various clients, per my sales job. On the other hand, various notebooks and stacks are created per my real estate investments. Lastly, I have a group of notebooks that a all geared toward my hobbies and personal development. All of my notebooks and stacks, whether they're a subject dealing with sales, investments, or personal hobbies, are all grouped in alphabetical order in the left window column under one heading "Notebooks." It would be very effective to have an option to separate major categories of notebooks under separate headings or tabs; similar to what I would do if I were filing all of my notes in filing cabinets. I'd have one filing cabinet for my sales notebooks, another for my investment notebooks, and a third for my miscellaneous notebooks. I'm hoping this is possible to develop as I think it would help add another layer to my organization and also a feature to the premium model service.
  9. I'm sure there's probably a host of answers to my questions, but please, I really can't seem to figure out where to find them. The question I want to ask is not the verbiage used by the community. Just point me in the right direction and I'll look. Here's my situation: Serious downsizing of my life and home office . . . from 3000 sq foot house to 300 sq foot 5th wheel. Business has been in operation since the 80's and has LOTS of file cabinets (currently in storage . . . not very accessable!) I bought a Scansnap and it uses Evernote (although not the Evernote edition). Bought external hard drive that has links to Googledrive (although it came with free Dropbox usage). Have been in a filing funk for the last 3 years since husband died although business still in operation. l need to get organized. I think I'm ready, but WHAT NOW? My question is that I have a meticulous filing system (normally . . . when I actually use it) and I don't know how to convert this to Evernote. Plus, does Evernote upload to Googledrive? Or do the files have to stay in Evernote. I would use Dropbox also, but what would be the point if I'm already using Evernote and Googledrive? (I like Googledrive's ability to work across so many applications, seamlessly with other things I do.) I don't see "Files" Just "Notes" and "Notebooks". I like to file 'like things' together such as hanging files for "Suppliers" and "Permits" and "Governing Authorities" "Employee Payroll Files" "Employee Information Files" "Payroll Liabilities". Inside these hanging files are manila files, inside those files are documents. When it comes to customers, however, the chain may include more in-depth filing. For example, a person may own a property management and/or restoration company and we also do work for their personal home. They may manage properties for a corporation, so there would be a hierarchy of: Individual Person>Business They Own>Corporation They Manage for>Apartment or Office Complex Location>Specific Job Address. I can organize things in Googledrive manually, but I was very excited that Evernote might actually read receipts and actually know where to file them once I had taught it and automatically tag documents with identity markers for when I'm looking for something. But, how does Evernote work with Googledrive??? Does it need to be filed with Evernote? Or can that program organize and Googledrive is the file holding tank? . . . along with the 5 terabyte external hard drive, of course. Let me apologize for my verbose way of expressing myself, but any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Hello, all! I just wanted to create this thread so that I can keep track of all the organizational changes I've made in Evernote. Hopefully, this will inspire others or have other people help in creating better techniques! Anyways, I'll begin. How Notebooks are Organized My mind works like a web like this. Everything is linked together. I created a whole bunch of stacks and added notebooks. Each notebook also has the name of the stack, dash, the topic of the notebook. It makes it easy for me to find what I need. ------------------------------------------------- Update Links: Tags Tags & Notes
  11. Is there a way I tag a note and have another tag automatically pinned to the note? For example, If I tag a note "German Shepherd" can I set evernote to automatically tag "canine" to the note? If A then B (of course, not necessarily If B then A). Thanks
  12. Hi, I'm picking up EverNote very quickly but have come unstuck in the end. The issue I have run into is the limitations of only being able to use ANY or AND logic but NOT a mix of the two (AND/OR). This is causing me problems such as being forced to use ANY logic which is pulling in unrelated notes from the ENTIRE database. An example of this occurring is when I search in all notebooks for: intitle:"_Glossary" any: tag:"fld-Information Science" tag:"fld-Statistics" tag:"fld-Programming" tag:"needs info" You can see that the intuitive goal is to see all my glossary notes that "need info" within the specified fields, however I will literally get every note in the ENTIRE evernote database tagged with all the "field names" or "needs info" tag. TLDR: I really require, in all-notebooks: ( intitle:this AND tag:that ) with tags x OR y OR z Does anyone have any advice, thoughts, workarounds? It's a shame because I designed my entire structure before recognizing the lack of search logic...woops!
  13. Hi Evernote Team and all dear fellow Users! Let me introduce the latest new Evernote feature: Workspaces! In a nutshell: There would be separate windows/tabs in which we could customise the layout of the Evernote window. The idea: When I work on my professional notes, I do not need any other, non-related stuff. Just like online, with the 'focus' mode, I think you called it. The main reason behind it is the shortcuts. I would need much more shortcuts to be visible on the top bar to be as effective as possible. I would need some selected group notebooks and tags for each workflow. I am not a program designer, I have no idea how this would be possible. Still, I had an idea and I wanted to share it. Please see the attachments to get a better idea.
  14. I wrote this AutoHotKey script to help me solve a need to create an inventory. Feel free to change this to fit your specific needs. I needed the following: A way to store the inventory data so I wouldn't have to worry about data loss. Access to the data from my computer, phone, or a remote web site. Availability of the data in other programs - like a spreadsheet - so I could perform calculations on the data or to have the ability to format a list of items. The ability to enter data through use of a form - this forces the information saved to be more consistent and very quick to enter. Fully customizable. Using Evernote was the easy part. I have used it for a long time and it has never let me down. It just needs a little help to be more useful for this type of task. In a nutshell, here is what I came up with. I use an AutoHotKey script on my computer to launch a Windows form (AutoHotKey calls this a GUI). I enter all of the info for a given inventory item then click the "Enter" button. This will format the data and paste it into a new note in Evernote. After that, It will reformat the data into a comma delimited format, and append the data to a local backup text file. This automatically backs up the form data. It also allows the data to be opened in something like Excel so the data can be manipulated and looked at differently. The Cancel button closes the form with no action being taken. The Open File button opens the backup text file, which resides in the same location as the script. As far as finding items in Evernote, I keep everything in a notebook named "Inventory". To narrow down the search, I preface my search with notebook:inventory . That limits the search to only those notes in that notebook. Before I show you my solution, understand I am not an AutoHotKey expert. I looked around the web and found bits and pieces that I threw together to get this script. I have used this script for about a year and it works very well for my purposes. Your mileage may vary. Here is the script: ; ; AutoHotkey Version: 1.x ; Language: English ; Platform: Win9x/NT ; Author: A.N.Other <myemail@nowhere.com> ; ; Script Function: ; Template script (you can customize this template by editing "ShellNew\Template.ahk" in your Windows folder) ; ; Here's the basic hotkey syntax - reference. ; #n::Run Notepad ; this means the Win+n ; !n::Run Notepad ; this means Alt+n ; ^n::Run Notepad ; this means Ctrl+n ; F6::Run Notepad ; F6 ; ^F6::Run Notepad ; Ctrl+F6 ; ^!n::Run Notepad ; Ctrl+Alt+n ; NumLock & n:: ; Numlock+n #NoEnv ; Recommended for performance and compatibility with future AutoHotkey releases. SetWorkingDir %A_ScriptDir% ; Ensures a consistent starting directory. Backup file will be saved in the scripts location. ; the following line disables the numlock key - this makes it available as a hotkey modifier SetNumlockState,Alwayson ;Inventory form to paste info into Evernote. ; Here's the hotkey used to launch the form - ALT I !I:: ;The following sets the default text in the "Location:" field of the form - Can leave blank. DefaultLocation = Living Room ; The following variable defines the background color of the form - uses HTML color codes (must be all CAPS). CustomColor = ADD8E6 ; The following variable sets the font size (in points) the form text will use. CustomFont = s12 BackupFile = invnote.txt ; Backup filename FormatTime, RightNow Gui, Color, %CustomColor% Gui, font, %CustomFont% Gui, Add, Text,, Description: Gui, Add, Text,, Location: Gui, Add, Text,, Item Barcode: Gui, Add, Text,, Category: Gui, Add, Text,, ;Gui, Add, Text,, Gui, Add, Text,, Serial Number: Gui, Add, Text,, UPC Barcode: Gui, Add, Text,, Value: Gui, Add, Text,, Weight: Gui, Add, Text,, Where Purchased: Gui, Add, Text,, Purchase Date: Gui, Add, Text,, Warranty end date: Gui, Add, Text,, Location of receipt: Gui, Add, Text,, Sell?: Gui, Add, Text,, Notes: Gui, Add, Edit, vDescription w240 ym, ; The ym option starts a new column of controls., Gui, Add, Edit, vLocation w120, %DefaultLocation% Gui, Add, Edit, vBarcode w120, Gui, Add, ListBox, w400 h80 multi vcategoryList, Computer|Electronics|Music|Automotive|Photography|Office Supplies|Home Theatre|Game|Tools|Media|Misc Gui, Add, Edit, vser w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vupc w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vValue w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vweight w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vpur w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vpdate w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vwar w120, Gui, Add, Edit, vrec w120, N/A Gui, Add, Edit, vsell w120, No Gui, Add, Edit, vnotes r15 w500 Gui, Add, Button, h30 , Enter ; The label ButtonEnter will be run when the button is pressed. Gui, Add, Button, h30 , Cancel ; The label ButtonCancel will cancel action and close gui but keep script running. Gui, Add, Button, h30 , Open File ; The label ButtonOpenFile will be run when the button is pressed. Gui, Show,, Evernote Inventory Item Input return ; The action performed when the "Open File" button is clicked. ButtonOpenFile: Run, %BackupFile% return ;The following section is the action performed when the enter button is clicked. ;The first part is to save all of the field variables to the clipboard formatted for Evernote. ;The second part is to check that Evernote is open - if not it will open the program. ;The third part the clipboard is pasted to Evernote. ;The fourth part the raw form data is appended to the backup text file to store locally. ;The last part destroys the gui form - this closes the form window. ButtonEnter: store := clipboard Gui, Submit Clipboard = Description: %Description%`r`nLocation: %Location%`r`nBarcode: %Barcode%`r`nCategory: %categorylist%`r`nSerialNumber: %ser%`r`nUPC Barcode: %upc%`r`nValue: %Value%`r`nWeight: %weight%`r`nWhere Purchased: %pur%`r`nPurchase Date: %pdate%`r`nWarranty end date: %war%`r`nLocation of receipt: %rec%`r`nSell?: %sell%`r`nNotes: %notes% { IfWinExist, ahk_class ENMainFrame WinActivate Else Run Evernote.exe, %A_ProgramFiles%\Evernote\Evernote\ Sleep 5000 } ;The following line pastes the form fields in Evernote - you should have the inventory notebook open in Evernote Send ^!v ;Paste clipboard into Evernote as a new note Sleep 1000 ;the following formats and pastes the form data to the backup text file. FormatTime, EndNow,, M/d/yyyy h:mm tt FileAppend, %Description%`,%Location%`,%Barcode%`,%categorylist%`,%ser%`,%upc%`,%Value%`,%weight%`,%pur%`,%pdate%`,%war%`,%rec%`,%sell%`,%notes%`,%EndNow%`n, %BackupFile% ;The following defines the action taken when the cancel button is clicked - it also closes the form after the data is pasted. ButtonCancel: Gui,Destroy ;End of script To use, download and install autohotkey from https://autohotkey.com/ The above code needs to be in a file named to your liking but with a three letter extension of .ahk Before using the script, you should have Evernote open and you should be in the notebook you use to store your inventory items (create one if you don't have one). I never found a way to paste data into a specific notebook. After the script is running, by default, ALT-I will open the blank form anytime you want to create a new inventory entry. It takes a few seconds to complete the script when you click the "Enter" button. I use a Basic account so there has been no testing on a Premium or Business account. Feel free to ask questions - I will answer to the best of my abilities (there are probably way easier ways to accomplish this). If you make improvements, put your code up here for everyone to enjoy.
  15. So if I was going to track an item that was categorized by both a set and an ID number what would be the best tagging system involved? Keep in mind that the same ID number can be used ONCE per set. So you could have an item with an ID of 03 but only once in a set... like in my example below. Example: Item ABC > Set 02 > ID 03 Item AFD > Set 05 > ID 09 Item DJR > Set 10 > ID 03 I'm currently tagging them with a tag like sot "ID 009" and "ID 010" and so on... but that doesn't "FEEL" right...
  16. I want to use evernote to create an RPG world. In a real world there are objects. Objects have a number of characteristics that are made up of other objects. For instance a wizard is a person object, item is an item object, spells are spell objects and quests that he completes are a quest object. To organize all these different objects requires a logical file system. For the item object I would create an ITEM notbook. I would like to nest in that item notbook: ARMOR, CLOTHING, EQUIPMENT, WEAPONS, TREASURE and TOOLS. Then in the ARMOR notebook I would like to have the notebooks: LEATHER, STUDDED, SCALE, CHAIN and PLATE. By having this ability to organize in such a way, I would be able to store and find items, people, spells, quests, etc. easily. Is there a simple way to accomplish this or am i going to have to program this myself on my website and call it CLEVERNOTE? Thanks for all responses. Best Regards, Bryan
  17. I'm interested in cataloging all the books in my personal library (well over a thousand books) and keeping that list in Evernote somehow. What would be an easy way to get all those titles into Evernote? Is there a decent barcode scanner that would sync well with Evernote to make the job easier? How do you manage your personal library? Can you recommend a great app that might work with Kindle?
  18. Maybe this already exists in Evernote ..or maybe not; if not I'd like it to be a feature request. So the idea is that when I am working with things in Evernote there are certain types of information that I enter that get the same tags. For instance, manuals for products I am doing development with get organized in my Evernote account. Sometimes that kind of product gets repeated by the same manufacturer and so I'd like most of the tags to be the same except for 1 or 2. Well it would be nice if I could add the bulk of those tags to a group which I could then apply to my note and it would just drop most of those tags in without my having to type all of them in every time. We can think of it as a custom template or even a tag for the tags. Cheers
  19. Just got the beta of INBOX by gmail -- and IT. IS. AMAZING!!! I replaced Mailbox (iOS) with it. and replaced apple mail on my desktop with it. The video on youtube shows off the wrong features. Actually using the app for the PINNING (important emails) feature and for REMINDERS is a flawless experience and has kept me super organized. Anyhow, had to spread the news because downloaded it yesterday morning, and already obsessed w/ how much I like it here's a vid about the app
  20. Need the ability to NEST notes and notebooks; started abandoning Everynote as a result. Been using Evernote for a few years. Now using it heavily and tags aren't cutting it and wastes more time trying to organize and manage tags and stacks. Please do not respond explaining the benefits of tags, keywords, search, stacks. Keep the benefits of tags, keywords, search, stacks ~ just not at the expense of the nested hierarchy. No links to related articles, tutorials, demos, blogs on how to use tags and how to organize. ---- Keep the tags, but please allow nesting. Notebook and stacks, tags...aren't getting the job done. One can say it is mindset, need to change the mindset and adjust to a new way of organization. Spent obscene amount of time over the last 2 years trying to use and adjust to tags; reading blogs, best practices, research etc..even looking for 3rd party add ons, iOS apps etc. The more content added, the more content that gets lost... the larger volume of data the harder it is to find... must rely on memory for search terms, tags etc. Nesting allows an easy way to browse and find content. Also, you can train a group of people to work within hierarchy, but not tags.
  21. I've had Evernote on my laptop ever since I bought it in August 2014 and so, finally, I thought I would try it out. So I started last week and am nearly through my first week and you might think therefore that I've not given it long enough but already I'm into problems. Evernote is easy to use but WHAT do I really want to organise and HOW do I want to organise it - because I do like to be organised and that was the initial attraction? Dithering about these fundamental issues means that I can't yet settle myself down to what notebooks , what tags, what stacks,what format for titles to make them consistently searchable (though I've created and trialled several of each of these features) - in short what STRUCTURE ? This is why I've joined the Forum and read with interest some of the ideas presented. I'm actually drafting this as a NOTE before pasting into the Forum. Calling the documents "notes" is quite catchy and gives Evernote its name but of course these multi-faceted documents (sound, images, attachments, emails, etc) need not be confined to something as small as a Post-It. I'm fascinated by the idea of having everything in one place (that's the real attraction - the promise that we can organise your entire life for you - or at least give you the tool) and in one App that can do it all for you and I do like the idea of synchronisation across all devices. Because I'm a retired Construction Planning Manager my "currency" has always been working with TIME - time management (critical path, gantt charts, etc). I'm finding that Evernote is not that clever with time - a bit basic; although in time I might come up with a few "workarounds" such as working with other apps and then importing the results into Evernote but that kind of defeats the object doesn't it? I'd love you to prove me wrong of course and show me something really clever that you've come up with. I would have thought that people would want to time manage as well as prioritise TASKS and PROJECTS and therefore need at least some good calendar features built into Evernote or, failing that, an ability within Evernote to receive, integrate and synchronise with some of the good Calendars you can find elsewhere (Google, Microsoft, etc). It would have been handy therefore if the Evernote developers had included a good diary/calendar within the software or had partnered with some good calendar app. developers into terms of compatibility.
  22. Question about the notebook stacks feature. I wanted to see if there is any way to further nest notebooks, at least one more level or if Evernote will allow us to do it in future updates? I use Evernote for my personal and business life and want to be able to organize better because it can get a bit unorganized and easily too, even though I still use tags. If anyone has any tips or advice about how to do this or ways to better organize my Evernote account it would be greatly appreciated. Anything helps. Thank you.
  23. Feature request - I'd love to see some kind of feature similar to InDesign's Paragraph and Character style functionality. I understand this might not be really considered as a good feature for Evernote in order to avoid feature bloating (too many features, leading to poor UX/UI), but in case isn't hasn't been considered, here it is! I was just writing out my notes for a speech, and I've been highlighting all the quotes from others I'm using in red, and at the end I wished I had done it in a different color, so now I have to go through one-by-one and change the colors. With Character styling, I could just change it in one place.
  24. Hi everyone! I'm new to Evernote and I was wondering if there was a way to add additional information to items my notes that are lists without cluttering the look of the list. I know you can add as much as you like to a list including photos, links, and long form text, and that a more simplified version of what I am describing could be achieved by insetting bullet points under the primary list items with the additional information, pics, or links -- But I make a lot of lists and some of them are quite long and complex, so I was wondering if there is a collapsable version of this that would keep the list looking more streamlined and as a result easier to brows through and manage. I will give two short examples to further illustrate what I mean as I realize I may not be explaining it well. Say I have a very long list of movies I love, and with each movie I want to include a brief summary and my personal thoughts. I wouldn't really want to clutter it by having the descriptions and my thoughts (which could be lengthy) initially visible under each primary list item. Is there a way to have sub-notes (I don't quite know what to call it) which, by clicking on any given movie would expand out? Say I went on a vacation and made a list of all the cool places I went to and all the great restaurants I ate at. In this list I would want to include pictures for reference but if I included pictures under every item the list would look very bulky and become unwieldy. Is there a way to expand and contract the photos attached to specific list items so that they are not initially visible and the list can appear stream-lined?Thank you so much for your help and thoughts!
  25. Hello, I am very new to evernote. I have had few mobiles which gave me a years subscription but never tried.. Planning to give this tool a try.. I have few basic requirements, can evernote do this ? 1. I want to create reminders for things.. Example: a. Pickup kid from school @ 4:00 PM from Monday to Friday.. (I need a reminder on my mobile via a ringtone. at 3:55 PM) b. Goto Gym on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. (I need a reminder on my mobile via a ringtone/sound at 6:30 PM) 2. Create tasks + reminders Example: a. Go out for picnic on every Sunday. (need a reminder for this on Saturday evening around 8 PM and again a reminder on Sunday around 10 PM via ringtone on my mobile and via desktop app on Windows). 3. Create tasks a. To be able to create tasks and assign them various priorities. 4. Create Notes - text based and voice based. Set priorities for same and assign to my colleagues. My Prime requirement is an advanced task manager (which also supports reminders/alarms), and a Note Manager (with text and voice support). I am able to do same with my Note 3 mobile but various other applications.. Looking to integrate everything into 1, with web + desktop + mobile integration in 1 place. Please help with this few basics, as I am unable to understand how to use this software. Looking forward to explore more for few days. If I am happy, I will look forward for a business edition (including my senior team members).. with some advanced work we have. Regards,
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