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Hello, Wouldn't it be great if you could view your notes by the TYPE of clipping they are? Bookmark / Article / etc etc Please can we have more VISUAL WAYS to categorise our notes, too, not just tagging. Surely I am not the only visually organised person here. What else is possible?! Thanks! Petek
I've been wondering how you guys go about it. I guess we've all been through this - some very old and seemingly irrelevant articles suddenly popping up and clogging our searches. What can we do? I certainly don't want to get to rid of the articles altogether. I just want to make their impact on search relevance less strong. I wish that Evernote still kept the archiving feature that it had in some early versions.
Hi everyone, I am wondering whether anyone can advise on the suitability of using evernote to archive .pdf documents. I am aware that the Evernote user is limited to 250 notebooks, and given that we can work with this limitation (using tags effectively), I have a few additional questions is there a limit to the number of notes in any given notebook?is there a limit to the size of a note? Could it, for example, manage a .pdf document of 200 pages?how would the organisation (in this case a church denomination) ensure that original files remain intact? Is this just managed in the sharing permissions?I am assuming the search .pdf function would work over a file of considerable size - would there be any speed issues?some of the older documents are typewritten, and reproduced by Gestetner type equipment. Files seem to be searchable enough on my Mac, unsure whether this would be eroded in the web interfacesome documents will be handwritten - I guess we just have to live with thatthe overall file, once completed, might be in the order of 30,000 pages - does Evernote have the capacity to manage this?am I right to assume there is only two levels in a stack, the 'Notebook Stack' (which contains no independent notes) and all the sub-notebooks, which contain the notes. i.e.. you cannot have stacks within stacks... Any other insights or examples of how Evernote has been used in this manner would really be helpful... Thanks for your time. Dave Groenenboom, Perth, WA
I've been an Evernote user for about a year but never actively used it. Today I thought about how I keep Moleskine journals to document my life and how useful it would be to have all my journals archived with Evernote. It's a tedious process, I could either transcribe everything or take advantage of the document camera feature with the Evernote app. I chose the easier route and started snapping photos of each page of my very first journal. Has anyone else archived their journals using Evernote? If so do you have any tips? I'm kind of worried about the limit of how many notebooks and notes you can have but hopefully that'll increase before I ever get to that many notes.