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  1. First of all, to those who provided feedback on my first video... thank you! Based on some of the suggestions, I re-recorded the intro video, along with new slides, here: http://youtu.be/hN1qwOBxeM8 Additionally, I have added a second video, describing the daily review process:http://youtu.be/e1OWs3b1atc I'm hoping to tackle the Weekly Reflection/Planning video this week. As always, feedback is welcomed.
  2. Having tried GTD (even shelling out my own $ to attend Allen's training), Covey's Weekly Planning and Mark Forster's "systems, I decided to create my own system. So if you: Have a flexible schedule Don't jive with "next action" lists and pre-planned calendars Enjoy doing things moment by moment, but... Struggle with procrastination Give this a try! All I ask is that you provide feedback, ask questions, etc. Thanks!
  3. Hey Evernote! Thank you for providing such a great application! I use it so much. I really love using it for my journal and I have been writing everyday for almost 4 years. It doesn’t have one feature I would really love to have. It doesn’t have an “on this day feature”. I would really enjoy seeing that. Do you guys plan on adding it to the application anytime soon? Thanks!
  4. Hi, I am currently developing an Journaling app with full Evernote Integration. This app took a lot of inspiration from vJournal and DayOne. Think of DayOne (or sort of) just build for Evernote. The App will be hopefully launching in May/June 2016. It would be very nice, if someone here could test the app or give me a real feedback. Even negative feedback is very appreciated. Features: 100% native iOS Application for iPhone, iPod, iPad and iPad Pro Very easy way to capturing from notes, pictures. Similar to social media tools like Twitter. Very much inspirited from vJournal. All journal Entries are combined to a day. No cluttered notes. The entries in a day are always sorted by time so you can later add note entries for past days Beautiful animated calendar Very easy access to all your recent photos. Used photos are check marked for convenience. Full native Apple Watch Integration. I love taking notes for journal on the go. Full offline support. Support for Google Places Fully editable Journal Pages Crop your photos before you attach them Links: WebSite improveyourday.cm Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theyourdayapp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheYourDayApp
  5. I kept thinking i should buy the dedicated evernote moleskine, even though i photograph or scan just about everything into evernote with my iphone. i don't necessarily NEED a special moleskine for the job. I had my eye on a Wipebook 1.0 even before they started their kickstarted for the wipebook 2.0 (http://www.wipebook.com/) It looks like the wipebook is a spiral bound with a dozen leaves of wipeboard 'pages'. (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1470156778/wipebook) In the kickstarted they introduced a grid page instead of a lined page so that's the one i jumped at. i can't wait to start using it to take notes, then scan them with my iphone and send them to evernote. if anyone has already been using it, please let me know how it has worked out. i'm only afraid of pages smudging while they still have data on them. hence i will probably photograph each page as i fill it up. Alas this is not a paid advertisement, because i would have loved them to send me one to play with. I am just very excited because i think this works better for a PAPERLESS note handling system then for me to buy a dedicated notebook.
  6. I've been an Evernote user for about a year but never actively used it. Today I thought about how I keep Moleskine journals to document my life and how useful it would be to have all my journals archived with Evernote. It's a tedious process, I could either transcribe everything or take advantage of the document camera feature with the Evernote app. I chose the easier route and started snapping photos of each page of my very first journal. Has anyone else archived their journals using Evernote? If so do you have any tips? I'm kind of worried about the limit of how many notebooks and notes you can have but hopefully that'll increase before I ever get to that many notes.
  7. Hi, I first posted the below in what is probably an orphaned thread, hence my reposting as a new thread; if doing so goes against forum guidelines, I welcome correction. Well ... sometimes I forget to record a journal entry for a given day, and want to record it the following day. With an app such as IDoneThis, it's a very easy thing, just choose the day I want the note associated with, and start typing... But Journal for Evernote is limited in that you can only make entries for the current day, and no previous days... is that a correct reading of things? Workaround? (other than me always recording things the day they happen, heh.) How do you accomplish this, or do you just use a 3d party app? Thanks in advance!
  8. https://www.evernote.com/pub/pzg365questions/thisismechallenge Another shared notebook for journaling. This one is from an LDS (Mormon) website, but has great prompts to help remember your life story so you can pass it onto future generations. I don't take credit for the info listed in the notebook, just the set up of the pages. You can find more info at http://ldsthisismechallenge.blogspot.com/p/personal-history-in-depth.html