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  1. I created a "daily review" template, which contains an excel file with tracking on what I work. I thought this file is one file and will updated on my computer, but I only today realized: no, when I duplicate the template to create a note for the day, it duplicates the excel file too - and when I add info to the file, will be only this one updated. (on my computer the next version is from 14. May. Any idea how to make work this? Because it was such a good idea: I have all my steps to do for my daily review, and also the file I have to refresh. I can duplicate/or use the note from yesterday too, but then I have uncheck every task, what gives me more work, and I use Evernote for decreasing my work
  2. I use the Outlook Plugin for Evernote daily. I use it to start a meeting agenda and meeting notes by sending a calendar event to Evernote and start my agenda or notes. I would like to know if there is a way that I can customize the default template that is used? I would like to have a section for Meeting notes that is formatted the way I want. I usually send to Evernote and then end some returns to create space at the top of the note and then change the format so it is not bold like the title of the event, then add bullets and a heading that simply says meeting notes and add an attendees to actually record who is in the meeting. Sometimes I just cross people on the invite in the note that are not present and type in the additional people that may have come without a formal invite. Also add some tags to the note - "Agenda", "Meeting Notes", etc. Any ideas? Is there a template on the system that I can customize?
  3. And today KustomNote closed. And Transpose open Same username, same password But you'll need to reconnect Evernote to your new Transpose account, but the experience should be seamless after that. I'm an user not employed and can't give any support
  4. The Evernote Business Card scanner feature has been a great time savings. It would be remarkably useful if the Note format was available as a template in order to use with ALL contacts. Particularly useful would be the option of adding additional fields especially a customizable "Other" field that would allow a user specified field title/name. I would be interested if anyone has developed anything like this for their contact management needs. If not, please consider my suggestion. Thank you.
  5. WWW.BIRDFORMS.COM | Form Templates / Evernote!!! Please sign up for free at Birdforms.com. This is "Early Access" and the full site is not yet complete. However, you may utilize our "Free" form templates! Link your Evernote account and start sending our beautiful looking "Free" form templates directly into your Evernote account. They look GREAT! Please sign up and give us feedback. The full web site as well mobile & desktop apps are currently in process. PLEASE JOIN US! Thank you. PS: Yes, when the website is complete you will have the ability to upload or build your own "custom forms" and send them directly into Evernote with ease. Please check us out!
  6. I'm now using Evernote for notes from my meetings and calls. However, I think I'm doing this in a very cumbersome and inefficient manner. I usually have a list of pre-call notes or topics for the conference call. During the call, I'd like to record the actual meeting notes by topic but somehow indicate what are the notes versus what was my pre-call outline. Currently, I'm going back over each Evernote Note and for the notes taken during a call I will change the font to italics or some other style change. But that is slow and cumbersome and I feel I must be reinventing the wheel. Anyone have some tips on how to note take with Evernote and separate the different types of notes.... Those that are pre-meeting vs those from the meeting. This carries over to many other situations for me. Thank you.
  7. Hello, I’ve been using Evernote for nearly a year now (Premium Account) and I’ve found it to be a crucial tool for business. One thing that I’m still ecstatic about is the handwriting functionality. I have virtually eliminated my paper notes and have streamlined my organizing process. On that note, I do have one suggestion I would like to see implemented for the handwriting functionality, “Lined Paper Emulation”. Although the existing layout has proven to be useful for drawings and/or quick notes (like scratch paper), it’s less aesthetically appealing when writing an outline or simple bullet points. I know what you’re probably thinking; why not just type them out? The problem with that is, if you’re on site with a client and you need to take notes of that meeting, are you going to ask your client to clear out a portion of their desk so you can type on your tablet (if you have an external keyboard that is)? Probably not. The sound of an external keyboard can also be distracting to other participants in the meeting “click, click, space, click, click, click, backspace, enter…”, and depending on the size of your tablet it can be difficult to use the soft keyboard with one hand. Besides, using the soft keyboard looks too much like texting, so even though I’m sure my client knows that I’m taking notes I find myself having to pepper in some sort of comment that ensures the client that I’m taking notes, not messaging friends or responding to e-mails, just so they know I’m taking them seriously. Long story short (too late), having some sort of lined paper template that can be used instead of the art board-like canvas would be hugely beneficial to myself and I’m sure a whole slew of Evernote users. Is this something that’s already available and I’m just missing something or can this be a feature to add in a future (hopefully not so distant future)?
  8. I am doing lots of observations of the nature that surrounds us, and my special interest is about mushrooms. I send my observations to one of the major scientific databases in my country (Norway). Being an EN user for some time, I decided to use EN to organize the most significant details about my finds. I have searched the member forum in order to find templates used by collectors of stamps or coins or whatever, that could be useful for my own purpose, but didn't find much. So, I decided to make a template of my own, like the one you see below. Of course, I can at any time log into the national database, and there look up all my findings presented in the way I want, but I also wanted a brief information in EN in order to bring the information on my iPhone out into the fields. I have a notebook which I call «Templates» where I have couple of other templates, so when making an entry, I copy this template to The Mushroom notebook making a new note given the name of the mushroom, and then fill in the necessary data. Filling in data for a mushroom of the same kind that has been registered before, I could call the note Chantarelle 1, Chantarelle 2.... Finally I have included an option to link to databases or member forums that could provide additional information. Then I have a simple database in a notebook named «Mushrooms» with a number of observations, everyone organised in the same way. Easy to search and find. My template could probaboy be useful for others as well, collectors of any kind. Feel free to use my idea to satisfy your own needs. Thankful for any additional ideas to improve my template. KM
  9. Hi there, I have just created an account for EverNote and KustomNote today. I have a few questions that i can not seem to find in the forum but apologies if my questions are duplicates. 1) In KustomNote when you create a new template, you have the choice to choose from 3 themes (notepad style, text ect) - and was wondering if you could put up your own (via mark-up) language or at least change the background colour, add a header or something? Just so the template has or brand identity on such as logo and colour scheme. 2)When you've created a template using KustomNote, you have to use this application to post to your Evernote and thats where the template shows up... can you not sync and just create a new note IN Evernote using the template? Hope this makes sense... Thank you.
  10. Go to the Evernote Knowledge Base type in TEMPLATE. You get nothing. Look through all the features and toolbar menus, and you will find nothing about Templates. I just feel like this is very intentional omission, and I think it because it does not fit into Evernote's business model. How else can you explain it ? From the users perspective Templates could be an extremely useful feature, yet somehow that feature does not exist. Oh sure I can copy and paste, but why should Evernote users have to resort to that ? I think that answer must lead us to the financial side of Evernote, that if all users were able to create templates, they could easily share them with others and there is no revenue in that. The sheer volume of creative energy that would be unleashed would probably create a disincentive for developers or at least certain kinds of developers. If there is a official explanation for why a clear and direct template feature does not exist, I would like to read it. Say what you will, but I dream of TEMPLATE TRUNK. The fact that it does not exist is telling. Maybe there is a "TEMPLATE TRUNK" and I don't know about, but then if there is, it should be easy to find.
  11. First off, is this the correct method to submit feature requests? I would like the ability to create templates for notes. How I envision this working would be a new option for Template and would create a note from a template. This would keep the standard new note clean and quick. But for those of us that often enter info in a specific format, it would prevent a lot of repetitive typing. One additional option would be a setting so we could choose if a template would be used with the standard create note functionality. I could see this being useful for third party developers when they want specific formatting, et al. I have been starting to use my Android tablet to write technical specifications which have about 25 sections I fill in my info. I have been trying to copy-paste in to Evernote on the PC, but I need to muck with formatting and often just leave it until I put the note in to MS Word for comsumption of our team. A second feature request would be the ability to copy/clone a note without needing to go in to the first note, select all-copy then paste in to a new note. It could be an alternative to having a template option. It could also be an alternative to a version history/restore though not an optimal solution. Thanks in advance, -Chadwick
  12. Hello. Request a journal view/template that can also utilize a calendar for selecting dates. (Or maybe even a separate app that utilizes the Evernote database back end.) What I specifically have in mind is an option (per notebook) to interact with Evernote in the same way as the DayOne journaling app. It seems to me that the Evernote database back end should be able to support a journaling front end. This request is related to a more general observation that I have about Evernote. It is very functional. However, for me, the look and feel is busy, rigid, and restrictive. In other words, the interface is not elegant and inviting. (Again, for me.) I just don't enjoy using it. I really, really want to enjoy the product because I think it has great potential to keep me organized and remember everything - including a daily journal. I have also been looking for an all-in-one app where I can both journal and keep notes. I have found that my stress level actually goes up a bit when I open Evernote, and I end up defaulting back to keeping notes other ways. Thank you so much for your consideration and support.
  13. Please can we have an option to Copy Stack As.. There's been lots of discussion about templates, and a copied note is always useful as the basis for this; but for more detailed tasks a single note can go on (and on), requiring lots of scrolling to get to relevant information or to add/ edit details. I far prefer a notebook stack with a list of related tasks as separate notebooks under the main project heading. Subsidiary progress and information can be embedded or attached as necessary. Sometime last year Jefito suggested exporting the whole stack and then re-importing to a different notebook I missed that at the time, and have only just been made aware of it via the LinkedIn Evernote Users Group and member Les. The idea looks good, though the whole process needs tidying up with AHK and/ or ENScript.. or a menu option within Evernote. (There's already an applescript, but we only speak Windows around here..) So: once you have your stack set up as a template, all you need do is select the parent and run through a little process that sets up a new parent notebook and installs a copy of the template stack in its new home. Now if only there was a way to set up links between notebooks much more easily I could make the parent notebook my summary control sheet with links to all the subsidiary tasks and developments...
  14. Hi every Evernoter! I have just discovered Evernote, so I don't yet know my way around. I have done a couple of hours of searching on Google, but I haven't found what I'm looking for yet. Please forgive me if this question has already been laboured to death... I would like to be able to use a Notebook in a similar way to a Table in a database. In other words, I would like to be able to create a series of Notes, all with the same structure. For example, all the Notes in a Notebook named "Contacts" could have a two-column table with a four-row structure like this: Name: Jack Horner Email: jack@example.com Phone: 555-678-1234 Picture: <image> The idea is that every time you create a new note in this particular Notebook, the table with all the labels in the left column will be created automatically, so all you have to do is fill in the details. Is this already possible, by using something from the Trunk? Or will I have to use a workaround like creating a note with an empty table, and copying that table to every new note? I can see that there is a developer community using an API to create other applications that interact with Evernote, but is there a way to create new functionality (such as the feature I have described) that will work within Evernote? Thanks for your patience with a newbie, and for pointing me gently in the right direction. Cheers, James
  15. Good day I found a public notebook with a note in it with a black background with white letters in it How can I chance it to yellow with black letters or so. I can chance the color of the letters, but not for the beam. I found the note in Christopher Mayo public notebook
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