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  1. im a onenote convert who used the tagging feature alot. i miss being able to tag a word or group of words in a note, and later being able to bring up that tag and only see those items tagged. for instance, i use evernote in my aircraft maintenance business. i'll have a note for each open job, which i can update via iPad, android, web, you get the idea. included in the note would be parts i need to order to complete a job. lets say i need to order a specific tire. i would love to be able tag the tire part number with the tag 'parts to order'. then when i bring up that tag, a list of all my parts i need to order, including the tire, is displayed in front of me. once ordered i can change the tag to 'parts ordered'. i admit im new to evernote, so this may be something that the program is capable of now, but from my experience the tagging feature brings up the whole note, not the tagged contents. maybe a third party app?
  2. What's the fastest way to tag 3000+ notes? 1. Doing them one by one is way too slow. (plus I don't have time to tag them at the point of clipping) 2. Multi select is clunky as similar notes are not in sequence (plus evernote seems to jump around with multi-select and scrolling). 3. I can search for keywords and tag the search results (but this only works well where clippings have common search terms). Any there any other faster ways? Thanks in advance for your tips!
  3. When tagging, do I really need to start typing the whole tag from beginning to be able to select the proper tag from a dropdown menu that shows? You know what I mean, yeah?
  4. Hi folks, I'm taking on a new role inside my company and it's a good time to re-organize my tags, notebooks, etc. I have things as follows Notebook stacks for old job, new job, home notebooks for specific areas tags for more specifics A lot of my tags are relevant in my new job but I don't want to mix notes from my old job with notes in my new role. I sort of want things separated. I thought about updating every tag with some sort of "marker" so signify "old" but that could take a while. Any ideas appreciated. Thanks!
  5. Hello, I love your software and would like not to be refrained from loving it still and again. Two simple modifications could make my user life so much more enjoyable, though. 1. More direct and easier access to tagging field on the Windows version I mainly use Evernote as a GTD tool. It worked quite decently on my former Mac. Now that I have switched to Windows, a simple feature fails to make Evernote as handy as it used to be: when I created a new note, the title appeared to be the first editable field. Then, I could get direct access to the tagging field by clicking on "tab" (The first letters of the tag's name suffice to add the note to the wished category). Another click on "tab" eventually brought me to the main text box. As I mainly use Evernote for short and quick memo, this configuration was ideal. No mouse clicks were required to add a new tagged memo to my notebook, it could be done only in few seconds. However, Evernote configuration for Windows 7 is now unsatisfying: When I create a new note, the first editable field is the main text box. As I cannot go back to the title through a shortcut, I have to click manually on title field. From there, I then only get access to URL text box by clicking on "tab" (I only use URLs when clipping so it has virtually no uses to provide me a so quick access to this). If I want to tag my note, I either have to select the tagging field manually by mouse or with the alt + ctrl + T shortcut. This shortcut is not appropriate for quick memos as I have to access the text field manually: I don't want to select tags, I would simply like to get access to the tagging field in one click (same as on mac)! The simplest way to make me happy would be to switch (and to make "switchable") the "click to set source url..." button with "click to add tag" so that I could directly process to tagging by clicking on "tab" from the title field. Frankly, I don't understand why is the manual insertion of URL sources prioritised over the tagging. 2. Screen rotation on Android I am the proud owner of a Samsung SIII. I use the landscape layout to type my text. Why is Evernote non-responsive to screen rotation? Thank you very much for your product and I hope it will help you to improve it. Best regards, adlerq
  6. Hi all, Is there any shortcut-keys to move from one note to the other in list view and adding descriptions and tags? I just hate to have to click when naming a lot of new EN documents (from scans). Thanks in advance! Esther
  7. Using the latest version of EN on my Android Tablet, I created a shortcut to all notes with a specific tag. It autotitled with "Notes tagged with ***", which sounded very promising. However when clicking on the shortcut, it brings up All notes - which is less promising. Am I doing something wrong?
  8. I am moving my PDF management from Yelp (on the Mac) to Evernote for greater syncing versatility. One of things Yelp did though, that I liked (and evernote doesn't), is auto-tag notes by the date created. If I add a note today (November 28), the note would automatically get tagged with 2011,November,and 28. The day is of questionable use sometimes, but year and Month would be awesome. Auto nested notebooks would do the trick as well. Clearly not everyone would want this, so an option to turn it on and off would be nice...but I'd have it on, that's for sure. It's most useful for when I scan in bills. They'd be nicely distributed across the months and years without havnig to fuss with tagging them each time.
  9. Last week I posted a couple of AppleScripts I'd written to address a few topics I and others had been asking after. Configurable templates. Tagging multiple notes (like Ctrl-Alt-T in the Evernote Windows ) I'm one of those people who uses relatively simple tag names, but as a consequence use multiple tags most of the time. Because I've organized my Evernote stuff in a way that I'm happy with, I want to keep it consistent. I don't want to have to remember five or six tags for every category of my life. So what I'm posting today is a Grouped Tagging AppleScript that simplifies the process of consistently assigning the same sets of tags on multiple notes. There is a Skitched-up screenshot right below this post. The code is in a shared Evernote note at this link. If you define a set of tags as a group with a name of your choice, running this script will give a listbox from which you can pick among your groups, and all the tags of your group get assigned to all the selected notes, at once. Just define the tags for each group in the top of the AppleScript and you are tagging away. I strongly recommend defining saved searches accordingly, using the "tag:" nomenclature.
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