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Hey, I like to have everything in one place. I don't need waste time to think where is what I want. I just type it in Evernote and get results. I archived all my emails (about 5k) to EN with @DTLow script and help. Thank You, again. I linked all my local files and Google Drive documents to EN as a reference too. Now I feel like all is in place. It took me a lot of time but my head is clear now. Except music and photos I have almost everything in a single app. And because I'm lazy - currently I'm more likely to write document directly in Evernote than in Google Docs. The reason is that I have one less step to do (no linking). I'm not sure if this is good approach. For example I wanted to start a Daily Journal. And here's the question. Should I use dedicated app like Day One (already used it before) which is great, has better app design, fonts looks better, it's easier to write. It's pleasure but then I have to search in two different places. Example: My finances aren't going as they should. I search for biggest transaction this month. It turns out Louis Vuitton $2,5k+ receipt. Shopping. Why? It wasn't planned.What happened that day, how I felt, why I did it? I don't see it immediately. lol I can archive Day One note to PDF and then export to EN, as I do with emails. But then I will have same note in 2 apps and more work to do. If I want to edit something, PDF in EN will be outdated.