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  1. I cannot figure out how to edit the note title when using the Gmail clipper. I can edit tags and the destination notebook, but don't see a field to edit the title. The attached image is my Gmail clipper UI. This is my first post, so I apologize if I chose the wrong discussion.
  2. I love the gmail clipper, but I notice that it always attaches any email attachments to the clipped note. Mostly, I like this. However, I sometimes want to either (a) import the message text without the attachments, and/or ( separate the attachments into their own notes with the same note name as the attachments (so I would import several notes from a single gmail message - one with the text of the email and another for each attachment). In an ideal world, I would be able to do ( with a link to the new (now independent) notes inside the clipped gmail message text. That way, I could access the file attachment from the email message note OR a standalone note (with its own tags) and not have to keep two copies of the attachment file - they would both link to the same file behind the scenes. Does anyone know if any of these options are possible? Thanks in advance.
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