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  1. I just recently wrote this article on Lifehacker on how to Create Desktop Shortcuts to Your Favorite Evernote Notes and Tags. I know you can use command line to do even more than just saved searches -- e.g. creating new notes with certain tags, etc. But I'm not sure what that looks like. In the example pictured above, I add the following code to the end of the "Target" field in the desktop shortcut: showNotes /q "notebook:Lists"If I was to create a desktop shortcut to create a new note with a given tag, what would that syntax look like? where would I put it? Thanks in advance.
  2. 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
  3. Hello. I know that many people request template functionality. I badly needed it too for I decided to create my Farley file. I tried KustomNote and quite a few other things; it seems to me I managed to find a solution that is comfortable enough for me. I didn't try it at Mac; it definitely works on my Windows 7 computer. Here we go: 1) Create a template (ehrm, I mean a post that you'd want to use as a template. For instance, post that contains a list of meetings, names of attendees and so on) 2) Drag and drop it to your Desktop. 3) Chances are that you can't run it. Right click, Open, choose Browse and select Evernote. It typically placed by setup program at you Program Files (x86)/Evernote/Evernote folder. 4) Now you have a template at your Desktop with a neat elephant. Double-click it. 5) Here we are. You've just added it to your default notebook. You can also pin it to your taskbar. Right click on an elephant icon and choose your template to create it. Hope it helps.
  4. Hi I'm already using evernote and it is really useful. I mainly use it for meeting minutes and therefore we have several preformatted (tables) templates. It would be very useful to have the possibility to setup those templates and when creating a new note beeing able to choose the template. Any enhancement planned towards templates? thanks stefan
  5. Hi, We wrote a short blog post about how to use Evernote (and Dropbox) for real estate transactions. The post also includes a few note templates for managing transactions, to-do check list and similar. http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/44163462900/power-uses-of-dropbox-and-evernote-for-real-estate In short: Create a dedicated notebook for each customer Create a note to managing transactions (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/9299c8a7-db33-4198-9d6e-e036be1a9971/b37bb669f3148ac1a4b078d5061af2f8)Create a “to-do” checklist of everything that needs to be done during the course of the transaction (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/560b16dc-8157-4bc8-974a-2d782ffc548c/28473e0082561adb1f7b9b026830fb87)Create a note which a list where you add everything that happens during the course of the transaction (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/3c1e4e3e-cb0d-4f1e-a459-f550f5886f59/44fb6ced3756418587aee179390429b1)Create a note with informative, helpful lists for clients (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/028288a2-502d-466a-aa3f-421ebb5d072e/8be03b3f2159b46a62d01850e78cac7a)Creating links between documents Regarding Dropbox, you can think that Dropbox is more like the floor-to-ceiling stack of (neatly organized) filing cabinets in your office, while Evernote as sticky notes posted all over your desk. The back office probably uses (or should use) Dropbox for simple sharing of final documents, photos, files, and other important data. Dropbox has better sharing than Evernote for office work, and the simplicity of a “drag-and-drop” file system makes it much more sufficient for office workers with a heavy workload. Thanks! Senad
  6. Is there a way to create a custom template inside Evernote? As a salesperson I ask questions on their IT environment and it would be amazing if I can have a template that I can select which type of servers they have such as HP, Dell, IBM etc Other fields would be Virtualization, Storage, Security etc I have been using Livescribe as well and want to create a template there that just transfers over to Evernote
  7. Hi, One of the reasons I´ve not been using EN more often is because of its caotic organization. As time goes by and you add archives and notes to it it becomes more and more difficult to consult them. Obviously you can use the serach option but, in my case, I use lots of short memos and I don´t always know what to look for (sounds familiar ?) One major improvement could be an opttion to add templates. I often review restaurants, sites, wines, books, etc and most of the times the criteria I use is (or should be) the same. The problem is that as times goes by all these notes start to be recorded in different formats and under different criteria. Wouldn' it be great if we could create templates with these criteria and use them over an over again ? Not only would you stick to your coherent criteria in every note you write but also would be able to keep your wine, restaurant, book, etc reviews neatly archieved under the same format. Another option would be a save as option so that you could overwrite any privious note without having o delete it. Any ideas on this ?
  8. I'm sure many of you pro's out there already figured this out, but today I imported some of my old OneNote note books and was surpised how well the tables were formated. Like many of you I'm not a fan of EN tables, the continiouly adjusting widths drives me nuts, and I already am nuts so.... Anyway, I created a 3 table template for testing, each of the tables were next to one another, and the column widths were fixed. So unless I'm overlooking something obvious, please tell me if I am, I'm going to use OneNote to create nice and functional EN templates
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