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Evernote maintains an extensive (and searchable) knowledge base on each of our platforms and products. The KB Spotlight is a regular forum feature that helps educate and cross-pollinate knowledge base articles with our user forum. As always, your comments are welcome! How to Link Your Twitter Account to Evernote Evernote supports sending messages into your account from your Twitter account. To link your Twitter and Evernote accounts, follow these steps: Follow @myEN on Twitter. @myEN will follow you back automatically and send you a direct message (DM) containing a link. Click the link and sign into Evernote to link your Twitter and Evernote accounts. If you have a protected Twitter account, follow these steps: Follow @myEN on Twitter. @myEN will send you a follow request — accept this request. Send a direct message (DM) to @myEN. @myEN will send you a DM containing a link. Follow this link to Evernote.com and sign in to connect your Twitter and Evernote accounts. Once you've completed this process, any tweet posted to Twitter containing @myEN will be added to your Evernote account in your default notebook. Additionally, the note's source URL will be set to the URL for the tweet on twitter.com. Also, if your tweet includes a link to an image hosted on TwitPic.com, a thumbnail of that image will be added to the note.
Evernote maintains an extensive (and searchable) knowledge base on each of our platforms and products. The KB Spotlight is a regular forum feature that helps educate and cross-pollinate knowledge base articles with our user forum. As always, your comments are welcome! Designating an emailed note Evernote allows you to designate the target notebook and tags for an emailed note in the email subject line. For example, if you wanted your emailed note to appear in your Cooking notebook, simply append "@Cooking" to the email subject (without the quotation marks). If you wanted to tag the note, just add tags to the email subject like this: #recipes #vegetarian #sometag. Note that if you want to designate the target notebook and tags using this method, you must place the notebook name before the tags. Here is an example of the correct way to format the email subject using this syntax: Authentic cornbread @Cooking #recipes #vegetarian #baking Note that both the notebook designation and the tags appear at the end of the subject. Also, any notebook or tags added to the email subject must already exist in your Evernote account. Using the above example: assuming you didn't already have a tag "baking" in your Evernote account, the title of the note would contain "#baking" once it arrived in your Evernote account and that tag will not be applied. If you designate a non-existent notebook in the email subject, the note will be added to your default notebook.