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  1. When using the Web Clipper, there is a "bookmark" option. Once I've clipped a bunch of bookmarks, is there a way to see a list of just those bookmarks, or search just within those bookmarks? We can search tag:tagname or notebook:notebookname or created:date etc.' but is there a search parameter for clipping type, whether article, simplified article, full page, bookmark, screenshot? Anticipating a non-ideal answer, I've read that some people just create a tag called "bookmark" or "bookmarks" which I have also done but, if a tag is required to pull these all together, is there any real point to the clipping type? On the flip side, it's cool that I can clip an entire article or page, and still tag it as a bookmark, making for richer searchable content. But, I digress. Back to the question at and, if anyone would be so kind as to field. Thanks.
  2. I use Evernote on my iPad Pro to annotate PDF documents. As I often deal with large documents, it would be great if there was a bookmark function within the annotation tool. This would help to know which page I stopped at or mark certain pages to go back to. I have seen such function in other services such as Notability where you can bookmark pages of PDF documents. The way to do this is to introduce this function to the thumbnail that appears on the side when you drag it with all the pages in the annotation mode. When you click on a page it is marked. But you can only do it for single page and it is lost once you save and reopen the PDF. I hope this can be introduced soon. Otherwise if it is already available and I have not figured it out, I would appreciate it if someone can tell me how to do it.
  3. i find searching to be not enough. I would like a way to bookmark a single line (or even selected text) in a note. the bookmark should have a title and that title should be searchable.
  4. I sometimes read large PDF files with hundreds of pages in EverNote. What are my best options if I want to bookmark pages, so I can continue to read where I left off? Really the default behavior I want is to re-open a Note back to the same page where I left off when I last read that Note. I guess that feature does not exist? I can try to open the PDF in an external reader and use its bookmarks, but the problem there is my default reader does not have bookmark capability. EverNote apparently has an "Open With" menu option, but the menu is empty. How do I populate it with readers that work with bookmarks?
  5. When I click one the evernote browser extension button on my browser, to save the current page, the popup should tell me whether or not I have already saved that URL to by evernote account. As it is, I end up many copies of some websites/webpages simply because I forget I already added them years ago.
  6. Hello, Wouldn't it be great if Evernote could recognise bookmarks and clippings you've already tagged and made notes on?! Also via the Firefox addon button - let's say I'm on a webpage and I've added it as a bookmark to Evernote - but I've forgotten to add a few extra notes after viewing the rest of the webpage. Now, if I click the Firefox button again, it won't recognise that I've already clipped/tagged it and I can't see what I just entered, and can't make any quick amendments to it. So so frustrating... When I click the add-on again, I'd like to be able to make a few more additional notes real quickly, instead of having to go into Evernote and find the note, to make additional notes on that clipping. What else is possible..?! Thanks!
  7. I'm beginning to use Evernote Clipper to save my bookmarks, but was looking for a way to import my existing bookmarks from Chrome, without having to clip every. single. one. I don't really know how to code, so Applescript, etc. was out for me. But I figured out this work around. It requires signign up for a few things, but once you're done, you're done! and the import is quick. Note: This is a crude import system. You may not get pictures imported with the links, or tags automatically added (other then from what you set in IFTTT). It's quick and dirty, but gets the job done. Also, this will probably work with services other than Pocket, that's just the one I already an account with. In your browser, export your bookmarks into an HTML file. Login or create account at getpocket.com (we'll come back to this, but you need a Pocket account setup before the next step) Login or create account at IFTTT.com Create new recipe: IF...Pocket...Any New Item... THEN...Evernote...Create New Link Note... (Fill in settings as you want. I add the tag ".Bookmark" for easy sorting later) Go to: http://getpocket.com/import/delicious Under "2. Import your bookmarks", Upload your HTML file from Step 1 Click "Import" Wait for the magical elves in the cloud to do their work. It will take longer for the more bookmarks you have, but is still way less than doing this all manually. Now all your old bookmarks are in the same place as your new ones, as you add with Clipper. You can choose to go back through and organize with notebooks and tags as you like. If you're not familiar with IFTTT, I recommend it for other actions, like adding Facebook posts and photos to your Evernote.
  8. Does anybody know of an effective way to find ALL bookmark notes created by the Web Clipper. I was expecting this would be easy to do but alas I am quite wrong. Looked at the advanced search and there does not appear to be an option to find these. I have done a load of research over the last few months and was hoping to gather a load of links for a web page I am putting together. Unfortunately I had been clipping away into numerous folders. Was hoping to search for all the bookmarks and moving them into a different notebook and stacks associated.
  9. Hi, I am using Evernote from last 4 months to save my notes. I opted chrome as my default browser as it syncs all my data (bookmarks, passwords, history) to cloud. But chrome doesn't provide any tagging feature for bookmarks (I need both folder and tagging facility) After half-day investigation (through browsers, add-ons, 3rd party software), I found firefox is providing both tagging and folder structure. I also investigated Evernote. But, I found out Notebooks cannot contain sub-Notebooks and Stack can contain only Notebooks (Max 2 level). Hence, I found it difficult to replicate the traditional nested folder bookmark structure (of chrome) using evernote. I also came across nested tagging. But, we can't have same name in different hierarchies. For example, I have a "parties" folder in both "work" and "family" parent folders. How cannot replicate it using evernote tags (I can't create work->parties and family->parties hierarchy). Am I missing something here ? If I can replicate the bookmark structure of chrome using Evernote, kindly let me know how ? I also wonder why people are moving from firefox to web clipper (for bookmarks) when firefox can handle both tags and folders.
  10. Hello, It would be useful to be able to edit the text when you bookmark a link. For now, I have to reopen it in evernote to edit it.
  11. Hello all, I'd like to have a note dedicated to bookmarks. I've tried the web clipper in Firefox but the problem is it makes a new note for every page, where I want a note for Youtube links, a note for work-related pages, etc. I can drag a bookmarks folder from Firefox into a note and that does the trick, but what about adding new links manually? I can copy and paste the URL from the browser, but I'm unable to edit the title of the page. Any tips on how to make this work? Thanks!
  12. I've started using Evernote to collect many of my reference bookmarks. I use this in combination with the Web Clipper to add tags using the "bookmark" option. Unfortunately, there is no built-in mechanism from preventing you from adding the same bookmark more than once (in case you forgot you previously added it). While that is an annoyance, it is avoidable by searching for the URL you are going to bookmark prior to bookmarking it. Unfortunately in the windows client, searching for the URL comes up empty. Apparently, the Web App searches on the URL field in the Info section, but the Windows Desktop doesn't. So, if I paste the URL into search in the Web App, it will show me the current bookmark immediately. The Windows app won't show it exists. Anyone experience anything different?
  13. How do you add bookmarks within notes. I mean bookmark in the sense of MS Word. It jumps you down the page to the achor. example Cars <<< this is a link/bookmark link that upon click it jumps you down the page to the cars section where i made the achor. Lastly can you do links/bookmarks that jump to a diffrent note to the achor area.
  14. This summer, I've made it a goal of mine to clean out and organize my stuff both physical and digital. As I came across my bookmarks, I was a little bit disheartened. Visibly, I had tried to organize sites that I found, but over time, that organization slowly slipped away. Was it worth trying to visit every site and restructure my folder system, only to watch it slip again? I've decided against continuing to use Chrome's built in bookmark manager. It was becoming a mess and I felt like I would work better with visual bookmarks. After all, I use this for my "new tab" page. Why not try and find something similar that could hold a ton of different sites? From what I've deduced, here's the pros and cons of using Evernote for bookmark management. Pros: Same amount of clicks to add a bookmark. One click to press the clipper, one click to confirm. I can tag my bookmarks instead of trying to go through a convoluted folder system. I can add personal notes about the website and my use of it. I can see all of my bookmarks in a thumbnail view. When I search for a bookmark, it searches through all of the text on the home page. When I view a bookmark within EN, I can click any links on the home page. Bookmarks sync to EN Android (it's actually puzzling why Chrome doesn't do this for the stock Android browser) If I wanted to, I could create completely offline versions of a website. There are easier ways to do this, but it's an interesting possibility nonetheless. Cons: Thumbnails aren't consistently visible on Android. I have to use yet another program. I long for integration. Not all sites clip to EN correctly. I can't default a view for a particular notebook. Every time I go to my Bookmarks notebook, I have to manually select Thumbnail view. I can't say I've officially decided to use Evernote to keep track of all of my bookmarks (I'm still in an unsure testing phase as you can see above). Has anyone else tried to do this and pulled it off effectively? Does anyone recommend something that maybe I haven't come across?
  15. Your tagging and archiving system is crucial and here is how Evernote could greatly improve it: Evernote must implement something like this:http://handytag.elitwork.com/home.htmlhttps://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/handytag Explanation from me (and the Firefox add-on author):It makes bookmark tagging easier, by providing a complete set of most relevant keywords. These keywords are retrieved from many different sources :the tags you already gave to one of your actual bookmarks.the keywords the webmaster gave to his webpage.the tags given by del.icio.us users for the same page.the tags the keyword extractor found using KGen (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4788).and finally synonyms for the above found keywords.You no longer would need to make a brainstorming session each time you want to add a new bookmark. It will do it for you! Please forward this feature request to Evernote. If this becomes part of Evernote I will move my complete bookmarking system from a certain competitor over to Evernote and become a Premium member. I'd be happy about a short reply. Thanks!
  16. I love Evernote but am regularly frustrated by the inconsistency between the different browser clippers functionality. I work with different browsers, primarily due to not having Flash installed system-wide on a MacBook Air (re. battery life). Clipping using the Chrome clipper, vs. Safari, vs. FF, vs. the bookmark clipper (iOS) all react somewhat differently. As an example, when adding tags with the safari web clipper, hitting Return files the clip rather than registering the tag, while in Chrome, adding a tag and hitting Return registers the tag and another can then be added, which is the same way the bookmark clipper reacts. Consistency would be far less frustrating, as habit and muscle memory typically result in filing clips before properly categorized, which in turn leads to having to open Evernote and clean up the clip later. It would be far more useful and productive if all the clipping methods followed the same protocol. thanks
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