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  1. Hi I use a Google Login for my EverNote account. On my Kindle Fire this doesn't seem to be supported. Is there a workaround? I was thinking of setting up a second account (with username and password) and sharing my other account with it.
  2. Wondering if there's any movement to getting a Web clipper app for Kindle Fire?
  3. I read a lot using RSS feeds. If I see something I like, I clip int with Pocket. Later, if I decide to save it, I go back to the website and clip it with Evernote. For subscription websites, Pocket will not clip it. So using my desktop, I clip it with Evernote into a "To Read" folder. Last month, I signed up for the en2kindle service ($6) that automatically moves anything from a notebook to one's kindle. Over the last few weeks though, nothing has moved. The website also has errors. I've E-mailed the people, but no reply. Anyone else who uses en2kindle having any problems?
  4. Hello, I've been using Evernote for a few years, and was looking for someway to transfer my thousands of Kindle highlights to it. Github had a few solutions, but they were all several years old and didn't really make good use of the API. I wrote my own Kindle2Evernote Python script. I'm not sure what else to do with it, and would be interested if any developers have any futher ideas for me. I'm not super interested in providing for the everyman with some kind of GUI, but for people with basic programming experience should be able to make use of it. In brief, a user gets a development token from Evernote, and downloads their highlights page from kindle.amazon.com, and directs the script to it. The script parses the HTML, and sends the API one note for every highlight, containing the name of the book, the author, the highlight, a Kindle link to the passage, and various IDs. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
  5. I'd love to see better integration between Kindle ebook notes and highlights and Evernotes. I understand this is probably an Amazon problem rather than Evernote's, but maybe the Evernote folks can nudge the Amazon team a bit? Specifically, I'd like to see: > The ability within the Kindle reader apps on all platforms for me to highlight some text and have an Evernote clipper option available at the same time; > The ability within the Kindle dashboard when I'm reviewing notes and highlights to be able to select multiple non-adjacent notes and in one step copy them all to Evernote This would be a real boon to researchers, teachers and others using Kindle Books in their work and classes.
  6. Hey everyone. I read a lot of books on the kindle app on my ipad and take notes in evernote. It's pretty clunky as it involves app switching and you can't copy/paste from kindle/ibooks due to DRM. If you highlight and/or make notes in the kindle app these are available if you log in to your amazon account through a web browser. Has anyone found a way to automatically sync these highights and notes to evernote? I see a lot of talk about manual solutions but nothing automatic. It drives me crazy so I'm considering building a solution (I'm a developer) that allows me to stay productive with hasslefree access to my notes and highlights, but I don't want to reinvent the wheel if there's already something out there. Would anyone else find this useful? If so would you pay (something small) for it? Thanks. Nick
  7. Hi, I clipped highlights and notes from my books at https://kindle.amazon.com/your_highlights If I clip a note "by hand", I correctly get this sort of link to a Kindle locations:Read more at location 1896: kindle://book?action=open&asin=B004ZIOXKG&location=1896 When I click on the link, it launches my "Kindle for PC" program and shows the highlight in context, which is cool. If I use Web Clipper with the add-on for Chrome, the link becomes instead: https://kindle.amazon.com/your_highlightskindle://book?action=open&asin=B004ZIOXKG&location=1895 This link is unusable in Evernote or anywhere else: the first part of the string ""https://kindle.amazon.com/your_highlights" should not be there. Is there a way to avoid this problem? Best Francesco
  8. Hi, I'm fairly new to Evernote, but so many people I know are using it so it's time to join the club. I was curious has anyone scanned in their entire library of books yet? I was wondering if anyone had any tips on scanning their entire library of books and if they regret doing it or feel that it's better or not. I probably have about 100 books and I feel it's time to go all digital. I've been trying to create a paperless lifestyle and Evernote seems very awesome for this. Many people on here seem like they've been looking into this for a while. I scanned some old books at this place http://1dollarscan.com/ and was considering doing them all there. Any tips are greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  9. So I wanted to get my Kindle Highlights and Notes (hereafter KNote) into Evernote. However, I wanted each Kindle Highlight (plus its KNote, if present) in a separate Evernote Note (hereafter ENote) so I was unhappy with the existing solutions like ClippingsConverter and a web capture at kindle.amazon.com. I did some digging/research and found a free Kindle Clippings application (Klippings, not to be confused with Klippings Kollector) that could be easily modified to achieve the desired outcome. This process is not fully automated (it creates an ENEX file that you must import into Evernotes), but it's pretty darn close. After resolving several issues for users, a release version is available at: http://daleyklipping...y.com/download/ How it Works As you may be aware, Kindle (Touch in my case) places highlights in a "My Clippings.txt" file using a format something like: ==========<Title> (<Author>)- Your <"Highlight" or "Note" or "Bookmark"> on Page <Page> | Location <Location> | Added on <Date><Text of Highlight or KNote>========== In sime cases, adjacent KNotes and Highlights are related. When possible, we automatically associate the KNote with the Highlight. This leads to thre scanrios: (1) Highlight alone, (2) Higlight with KNote, and (3) Knote alone (rare but possible). In all three cases, I create an ENote in Evernote and:Set the author to <Author> (if available)Add a tag for <Author> (special logic used to remove commas and enforce 100 char length)Add a tag for <Title> (special logic used to remove commas and enforce 100 char length)Set the created date to <Date>Add the tag "KindleClipping" (not critical, but the best way to indicate a source for the ENote)Add the tag "ConvertedByDaleyKilppings" (not critical, should help you remember the program if you ever need to)For a Highlight WITHOUT a KNote: I title the ENote "Highlight from Location <Location> of <Title>"The ENote is set to: Source: <Title>Author(s): <Author>Page(s): <Page>Location: <Location><Text of Highlight>For a KNote WITHOUT a Highlight: I title the ENote "Note from Location <Location> of <Title>"The ENote is set to: Source: <Title>Author(s): <Author>Page(s): <Page>Location: <Location><Text of KNote>For a KNote WITH a Highlight: I title the ENote "Note from Location <Location> of <Title>"The ENote is set to: Source: <Title>Author(s): <Author>Page(s): <Page>Location: <Location><Text of KNote>REGARDING HIGHLIGHT=========<Text of Highlight>=========END HIGHLIGHTThe program permits heavy customization of the output so you can make changes to these formats in the Export Settings tab.
  10. After the latest update (I believe), Evernote stops responding after loading. It begins to sync, but then it freezes and stop responding. I have to close the app. I tried clearing the cache and deleting/reinstalling the app, but now when I attempt to log in to set it up fresh, it tries to log in and stops responding again. Anyone else have this issue?
  11. Maybe I'm missing it but I don't see this topic addressed anywhere. I just purchased a Kindle Fire HD 8.9, downloaded the EN app and, although I've only had it up and running a few days, it all seems to work wonderfully. I was wondering if there is or will be a EN Web Clipper for the Silk browser that comes with Kindle. I'd love to have that functionality on the Kindle since it does so many other things so well.
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