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I would love to see Evernote have some Amazon Alexis/Echo Integration. That way I could ask questions in Echo and Evernote cold respond, or use Echo to create new notes or task lists etc. I could also ask Evernote to tell me what reminders I have due today or tomorrow etc. Alexa/Echo is becoming very popular and extremely usable device for home, work or the on move. I think it has a great future and Evernote needs to get in on it early. I am sure people here and the Evernote boffins can dream up all sorts of useful integrations. https://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Echo-And-Alexa-Devices/
Hello, I recently purchased the Amazon Echo, it is really amazing! I think having an "Evernote Skill" would be helpful. For example I have a recipe notebook in Evernote, I can ask Echo to read me the meatloaf recipe, one line at a time, for example. The possibilities are endless, and also fun!
What I am trying to do is scroll through slides following along with my lecture and attach the audio either from a dedicated bluetooth mic or a cell phone with a compatible mic app that I can place at the front of the class. 1. Is it possible to use Evernote to attach audio to specific slides automatically as I scroll through them, or does each slide need to be imported individually? 2. What microphone is best to use at the front of the class, a cell phone or dedicated bluetooth? 3. Can I also use a livescribe sky or echo to simultaneously attach additional written notes and diagrams to the slides? I am asking these questions because I am trying to choose between evernote and a livescribe or sonocent auto notetaker. As far as I can see the sonocent system would be perfect for attaching audio to slides. So far I can not see if evernote can do this. However I like the integration with livescribe Sky that is available with evernote, but there is the limitation of using the pens mic or the headset and I do not know if it will pickup good audio from the lecturer at the front of the class. Any advice or insight would be appreciated. Thanks!