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Hi! I try to keep track of which recipes I use from day to day, and I have been doing this by copying a note link from my recipe in Evernote into an index note where I can see what we've had for dinner and go directly to a recipe if we want to revisit it. It is a bit of a hassle to do the copying, scrolling and appending, so I thought I'd try Zapier to automate this task. By using the reminder function (I don't use it for anything else), I could automatically send a recipe to the index note with link and date - great! Unfortunately, this only works the first time you set the reminder. Even if you delete the reminder, Zapier will not trigger again for a note that has triggered a reminder event once, and I'm back with manual link copying again. Does anyone know about a better app/web service that can help to keep a log like this without having to go through all that copying and pasting? -B-
Hi, I'm using Evernote and NYT Cooking to save my recipes, but I've found that only half of my Evernote recipes are being synced to NYT Cooking. So apparently this is because: 1) NYT Cooking imports all of my notes that Evernote has automatically identified as a recipe (according to NYT Cooking FAQ). 2) But Evernote isn't correctly identifying all my recipes. I searched my notebooks using classifications_recipe:* (see this Evernote Help article) for notes that Evernote has automatically classified as recipes, and found that it hadn't correctly identified / classified half my recipes. Similarly, it included a lot of articles about food that weren't recipes. The NYT Cooking FAQ also redirects me to contact Evernote support for the mis-classifications. I've also tried adding a "Recipe" tag to each recipe, and changing the notebook name to "Recipes", but that hasn't changed their classification, so the recipes still aren't making it to NYT Cooking. So my question: Is there a way for me to manually re-classify my notes? Thanks in advance.