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Everytime I run web clipper or log into my account online, I have to repair the hard drive directory structure. Forget about not being able to attach PDFs and the rest, this is serious.
Hi. After weeks of interesting reading about GTD integration on Evernote I decided to try to organize my entire 120 GB hard drive (that is fully synchronized with Dropbox) with Evernote / GTD philosophy. BUT the main question is: 1) Is it possible to create in Evernote the same structure of hard drive tree (using tags as folders) without physically transfer files/attachment but only the path (i.e. Dropbox remote path)? It could save a lot of space, because if I could have a shortcut to a Dropbox file I could save storage EN space... So I could use EN to tagging and make order to the same files in a different way, leaving an archive structure to the hard drive, and leaving to hard drive the function of simple storage of large files.. Having a Dropbox remote file could also make me able to reach the file through iPhone or iPad.. Another important thing to consider: If I have a paper bill and I want to transfer it on EN I create a redundancy: I scan the paper bill.. I put the PDF on my Documents/Bill/Taxes/2013/etc.. folder on my computer, and I put it on EN notebook "Tax" (so on my computer I have two same files, even if one of them is inside a EN database).. What I'm searching for is a way to use Evernote as an improved, super, extension of my OS If it could be possible, I think that we could save million of bytes, reserving the storage space only for services (like Dropbox) that are made just for this function. Bye! Alex P.S. Pardon for my bad english (I'm italian ) but I hope to be understood..
I'm having a weird issue which I took two weeks to identify. Each time I tried to export a whole Livescribe notebook (because I didn't use Evernote until now) to Evernote, it didn't work. I just suddenly realized the History tab in Connect, and saw that the reason the Pencasts would not export to Evernote is because they're far too big. Now my issue - over the past two weeks I tried a couple times, casually while doing other tasks and not paying attention, to export this notebook to Evernote, each time failing. Each time an export starts, I see my available disk space quickly ticking down - in terms of I have eaten up probably at least 15 gigs doing this. I have a lot of recordings on each of the 70+ pages I was trying to export. These failed Pencast exports are somehow somewhere remaining on my computer, and I can't despite browsing logs and digging, I can't figure out where they are stored. So now I have a lot of disk space tied up because of this and I don't know where to look to find the Pencasts that are somehow in limbo after Livescribe exported them and they failed at getting into Evernote. Help please someone! I'm not sure if they are saved somewhere on the Livescribe side or somewhere locally on my hard drive (because they wouldn't have made it into a notebook to sync) in Evernote.