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When I paste a link to a group in DEVONthink into Evernote on Mac, it pastes the complete link and that link will in return open the group (folder) in DEVONthink. Such link looks somewhat like this: x-devonthink-item://F6EC8B22-73B8-47F1-B812-7BF20F0D1B8A However, when I have a word in Evernote or a little sentence, like Click here to open in DEVONthink, and I select that word or sentence and then open the Add Link window by pressing Command-K, and if I then paste the link into the field, well, then the OK button remains grayed out! This is clearly a bug.
DevonThink JUST came out with the brand new iOS app - DevonThink togo 2. App has been worked on from scratch. I am right now looking how I can integrate it with my Evernote or if I need Evernote at all. New DevonThink for iOS syncs 100% with my DevonThink on my MAC (no PC-versions available). Saw I can use Dropbox as well but do not like cloud services for my personal data. App is cheap and absolutely no subscriptions. Will come back when I tested it more. Looks promising looking at the reviews in the App Store though.
DEVONthink (DT) and Evernote (EN) I made the below post in the "Power User..." thread, but I think it is better to continue the discussion here, in its own thread. First, let me say that DT is currently available ONLY for Mac and iOS users. Like ScottLougheed posted, I doubt that DT can, or will, completely replace Evernote. But for Mac users, it offers many advantages and features in a PIM tool that we have been requesting from Evernote for years. IMO, DT offers at least 3 big advantages: Security: It is much more secure since none of the data has to be put in the Cloud. And even if you choose to sync it using Dropbox, DT offers the "best consumer-level security option available: zero-knowledge 256-bit encryption" [quote from GM] Scalability: It is very scalable to large databases. Lack of scalability is one of Evernotes major issues right now. See DEVONthink — Second Impression and some Tips Customizability: DT is highly customizable. It seems that they have taken the opposite approach of Evernote, offering the user a wide array of preferences and customizations.OTOH, Evernote offers ease of use, sync across almost all platforms, and the best web clipper, bar none. So, hopefully here we can learn more about DT, and how to strike the right balance between Evernote and DT. Here's a great post by GrumpyMonkey, with a link to his DT Getting Starting blog, which is excellent: