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  1. I am (me) an Evernote user and me and my team use Asana for task management. I have team buy-in to Asana so I don't want to change. I would like to find a good Evernote to Asana integration, but I have found the two most popular--Cloudwork and Zapier--wanting. I can't get either to transfer attachments, and Cloudwork garbles text with comic strip vulgarity--many characters, "&" mostly, that I would rather not edit out. Zapier only gives me headers. I could have done the same thing and added attachments from Dropbox myself. I could also share via email and then forward to x@mail.asana.com but the back and forth is wasted time. It does, however provide the best quality. The reason Asana and Evernote don't play nice is shared Evernote notes come from no-reply@evernote.com. Standard email forwarding doesn't work because the originating email is still no-reply@evernote.com, not me@myemail blah-blah. The email appears to come from A (Evernote) to C (Asana), not from A to B (email client), then B to C. Lots of words to finally arrive at a question: Is there an email service that will receive no-reply@@evernote.com to blah, then forward from blah, to x@mail.asana.com? That way sharing a note from that email provider would generate a task in Asana. Thanks in advance
  2. Lately I've been using Asana a lot for starting a new business. What I love about Asana is it's ability to collaborate on files by attaching them to the task. Already Asana integrates with Google Drive and Dropbox. What would be absolutely awesome is if there was the option to attach notes from Evernote. I know that if you paste a note link into Asana (either http:// or evernote:///) it will be clickable, but that just isn't as clean a solution as what it could be I think. If anyone is looking for a little project to work on, this would be a life-saver for me and likely many others.
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