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I had the need to create 4000 notes based on excel data because tagging system in Evernote makes search way more easier than excel. Also with Evernote I could create many Table of contents based on my needs. My excel data was well formatted - each row was going to one unique note. After searching through this forum I realized that may it is impossible to do and I decided to copy painfully one note at a time. Then IDEA!!!! came What if I create a note in Evernote, export evernote file (.enex) Open in notepad and view xml code Find out of table structure and modify to my needs Use vba Macro to convert each row as one noteI found a gentleman (Anton Fishman) on internet who worked on similar problem before and he helped me achieve my goal. I can not attach excel here - but here is the link People with good XML knowledge can help clean up the VBA code a bit to get better table format, that would be great. Remember to change the path to your liking strFile = "C:\Users\1.enex" I created my 4000 notes with required tags with click of a button, it took more time to Sync across devices than to create it. It will create one big .enex file but when you import in windows or Mac machines with File-> import, it will create all notes for you. I would appreciate people's feedback
Hi, I have started writing my journal in Evernote and really like the product and the interface. But am going to put 5 years of notes in Evernote and wondered if anyone knew an easy way to do these two tasks: 1) Create notes with the title "Journal 2015-02-03 Wednesday" - and of course it would change for each day in the past 5 years. 2) Then there is the content. It is currently in a SQLite database format (Per Se by Sprouted) and need to copy it over. Maybe use Automator in OS X? ANY suggestions highly welcome. Thx :-)
When I create a note using the Evernote Helper in the menubar, I get two results, depending on whether the Evernote application is open: If Evernote isn't open, the next time I open Evernote, the note I typed into Helper doesn't appear. If Evernote is open, the note I typed into Helper immediately appears in Evernote's window. Also, notes I previously made in Helper while Evernote wasn't open (#1) suddenly appear as well. I'm pretty sure this shouldn't happen, as it's kinda pointless to add notes and then not see them the next time you open Evernote--and the only way to see them is to create a new note in Helper while Evernote is still open. I'm running OS 10.7.5 on a desktop iMac; Evernote version is Version 5.0.7 (400993).