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PLEASE add the option to prevent the redundant popup window that appears after we have clipped an email. I posted a jpg showing the three steps that must currently be taken to clip an email - it should be shorter/easier and more customizable. For me, the purpose of the email clipper is to clip/save an email into a certain folder for quick and easy action/follow up/review at a later date. At present, there are three steps (which isn't exactly quick or streamlined): Clip the "save to Evernote" button in the top toolbar (I'm using Outlook 2016/Office 365 on Windows 7 Pro for reference). - See Image/Step #1 in gif. Select/approve the notebook to save the clip to, with the option to add tags or remarks. - See image/Step #2 in gif. (THIS IS WHERE THE PROCESS SHOULD END.) Then we get a third/unwanted step when yet another window pops up. To close it, we have to pause our process/flow to close the window. Sounds nit picky, and it is, but I want the option to disable or skip this step altogether. - See image/Step #3 in gif. Please see the attached gif if my request is not clear. Fellow users - PLEASE take a second to VOTE on this. The more votes it gets, the more likely they are to add this feature. Thanks!
Hello Evernote team, Evernote is still lacking integration with our busy schedules. We don't expect Evernote to be everything from coffee machine to fortune teller, we need ability to manage all the reminders and work to-dos we put in there. Evernote has Evernote-Reminders which is great, and it can pop up as a Notification when they are turned on. Right now to schedule something for a day I first check my calendar, then set alert in Evernote, then go back to my calendar app and create there a Calendar Appointment or a To-Do (depends). That's not all. I will go back to Evernote, and at least copy the shared link or copy some of the content in Evernote, then go back to calendar and past this information. Total 5 steps required. This process should be reduced to one single step. Hello Evernote Cronofy ... https://evernote.cronofy.com/ I think you should seriously think get together with these guys and invite them to work with you together, or join Evernote and purchase the company. Two reasons: 1. Privacy - I don't want 3rd party web-services have access to my Evernote account. But I can't live now without Calendar integration, so I have to allow Cronofy to access my Evernote account. I would rather prefer Evernote offers this functionality within the paid package. 2. Economics - I don't know how this company is going to survive. If they are going to start charging for the service, it better be reasonable rate, not because of being cheap but because I am already paying 3 premium Evernote accounts and I am not ready to shell out money for 3 other Cronofy sync services. Often as it is bulk of that goes to maintaining servers, upgrades, overhead etc.. See story about http://iqtell.com/and some others. I am anxious to see the integration as a native feature in Evernote: - Exchange - CalDav (Yahoo Calendar and many others) - Google Calendar The integration should give option whether I am creating a To-do Reminder or a Calendar Appointment. Microsoft OneNote for example has native integration between the content of OneNote with their Outlook application and while I don't expect anything close to that, but since Evernote is a web-service, integration with CalDav and other calendars would be boost for Evernote and ability to offer it to more business customers. Thanks for consideration.
The recently introduced add-in (accessible via the microsoftonline portal) for clipping emails received to Evernote (currently v.1.1, I believe) works properly and efficiently. However all it does is clip the subject header from the message and, in Evernote, permits linking to the email body, apparently retrieving it from the server. This is barely acceptable, especially when working offline for any reason. Is this intentional? If so, it would be nice if the developer(s) would make it clear. Is this a premature launch of a product add-in still under development? If so... etc. Others have made note of this on the Microsoft Outlook site online. There has been no discernible response from either Microsoft or Evernote. For me, this renders the add-in next to useless.