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  1. I use Evernote to save links, for studying and sources and whatnot. The unnecessary redirect is making things slow and uncomfortable. What even is the point? I have eyes. I can see that it's an external link. Please stop stopping me from smoothly opening links. It's annoying.
  2. Guys, imagine you have that massive folder tree with tons of slides, videos, etc. sorted out by topics. Finding the right thing may be a problem, especially without tags. So the Big question 1) Is it possible to link each file and folder in my Finder (Mac) to the Evernote 2) If yes, can you explain with screenshots how exactly it works? with/ without Google drive? Thanks a lot!!
  3. Paste the following code into evernote and it creates a mystery link that goes to http://Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)).get().length(); final int longest = errors.stream().max(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)).get().length(); Typing it in doesn't, though... only pasting.
  4. So I know how to right-click on a note and select Copy Internal Link to paste a link to said note inside another note. But now I want to paste a link to an entire Notebook instead of particular note. Can we have a 'Copy Internal Link' option on the right-click menu for Notebooks?
  5. It would be nice to be able to link to a tag, notebook, stack, and/or saved search within a note. I know you can make TOC notes on search results, but if new notes matching the search used are added, they are not automatically included in the TOC note. I think It would be nice to have a note that can guide me to related notebooks, topics, saved searches, or tags if I choose to do so. I would just expect the link to take me to the list view I linked to.
  6. A new product thread about Tangle sparked some discussion about whether or not information in Evernote was siloed away, and how it might be possible to link notes back out into the real world so information and connections are not forgotten. Here's a link to the original discussion and the posts that started this thread - I suggest we continue that discussion here here to avoid hijacking that thread totally!
  7. Good day to every one. It's been six years now since I use Evernote as my main knowledge database. I have many notes connected with internal Evernote links, on different subjects, so many of my notes are part of a nebulous wiki. However, I am a bit worried because all those notes are locked inside Evernote interface, they depend on Evernote app for navigating among them. I know I can make an export of them, but the resulting collection of notes is not navigable besides a general index, which is impractical: internal links don't work between html version of the notes, they only drive back to the original evernote format notes. So I wonder if is there a way to exporting a working wiki / navigable set of notes out of evernote, in html format or any other format that would be readable out of Evernote...
  8. Here's a link to a note that's in a public notebook I curate called "The Iceberg": This is how Big Oil will die – NewCo Shift When I share it in Facebook, the image attached is what people see. This is so not cool. It does not show the title of the note, and that note title is what would helps someone clearly see the relevance of the link to whatever conversation they were engaging. It shows "Welcome back". To whom is it saying this? What if the person has never used Evernote before? It's off-putting, to say the least. Here's the thing: the link is not about Evernote. Saying "welcome back (to Evernote)" hijacks focus from the conversation to Evernote, distracts from the conversation at hand, and makes Evernote look the exact opposite of relevant. It comes across as needy, insecure, self-aggrandizing... If the note title is there, and people can see that the link is relevant to the conversation in which they are engaged, they're more inclined to click on it to read what content is at the other end. And, since I've saved this note in a published, openly-shared notebook, they should be able to read the note on a free, read-only, web-version of Evernote, without having to download and install the app, which interrupts/disrupts/distracts from the conversation flow. The easier it is to share an Evernote note with someone with no obligation, the more exposure people can have to Evernote, and the more opportunity there is for someone to interact with Evernote and discover they might want it for themselves. Please fix this.
  9. I like to know when, where, how often, etc my shared links (esp the public ones) are clicked. At this time, I've been going to the effort of creating bit.ly shortened URLs - but that it less convenient on mobile platforms. I think it would be very useful for users if you made those analytics available (I assume you have those logs) or if you allowed the bit.ly API to shorten links with the user's account Regards, Mike
  10. Example (see image below): The green links allow me to navigate within the Evernote app. The blue public links allow friends to navigate easily between notes that I have made public. The issue: I find it tedious to insert both links. Non-Evernote users who I share notes with are confused by the difference between the green & blue links Proposed solutions: Offer an option to automatically insert both the blue and green links at the same time, or Offer an option to insert a link that works both in the app and for the public. An icon could be used to indicate which links are publicly accessible.
  11. Hello Community! I'm a design, that requires saving/bookmark tonnes of website links for future reference. Every time when I hover over a website link in my notes, a bubble pops up with the options to Edit/Remove. (Please refer to attached image to understand what I'm referring too) Please tell me there is a way to disable that, it's eating up my soul every time when it pops up and prevent me from reading the next line under. Thanks!
  12. I'm trying to get my archive of saved links in Facebook into Evernote as well as new links that I want to read later, but not publicly share. I like to use IFTTT to automate things when I can, but it doesn't have a trigger for Fb's saved links. So, I figured out a work around: In Facebook, create a new Page, in the setup: choose any category, name the page as something like "My links", skip through the remaining questions except those that are required. Once the page is made, go to Settings and Unpublish the Page. This will make it so that only you (or other people you add as Admins) can see what is on the page. In IFTTT, create a recipe that triggers with a new post to a Fb Page, and sends the link to En: https://ifttt.com/view_embed_recipe/283889-share-a-link-on-a-fb-page-and-send-it-to-evernote Share new posts, or old ones in the Fb Saved Link page, to your new Page.
  13. I have created a Master Note with Table of Contents Links to multiple separate notes and would like to print or export the entire thing. I can't see any way to accomplish this. Currently, I save each note individually as a pdf then merge all of the pdfs using Preview, etc. and, finally, save or print that. So much effort for something that should be the perfect sweet spot for EverNote. Am I missing anything?
  14. The ability to link notes together is neat, but there are some drawbacks (from a Windows Desktop perspective). I am using the application primarily to create Dungeons & Dragons campaigns, where each notebook is a specific quest, and each note within is an individual segment of the quest. There are a ton of spiderweb connections back and forth between notes, across separate notebooks. Creating links is a bit cumbersome, having to copy the internal link, navigate to the destination note, then embed the link in text. There is no "back" button, so I need to recall what note I was previously in and which notebook it exists in if I want to return. When you click a link, you are navigated to the linked note within the application, and the Viewing pane reverts to "All Notebooks" so there's easy way to link "topics," click the link, then see all related notes. I understand the tag feature, but this wouldn't accomplish what I am looking for, as the tags would become innumerable and impossible to manage/recall. I would like to be able to place a link in a note, and when I click on the link, be taken to that note (as it works in current state), but have the Viewing pane load all of the other notes within that notebook, so that I can see and navigate through all of the "topics" (quest segments) related to the note link I clicked. Features: Add a link (and tag?) navigation pane at the bottom of the note viewing pane/window, compiling a list of all notes linked to the note being viewedt in clickable form, along with a "back" button to return to the note I just came from (if that is how I got to the active note). Reciprocal note links - When Note A is linked to Note B, option to link Note B in Note A (somewhat like the function of linking stories in JIRA and other software development tools). Ability to create links to notebooks - when clicked, the Viewing tab would display the notes within that notebook, and perhaps load the first one on the list (or leave the active note open without loading a new one).
  15. Table of contents WITHIN a note -- i.e., a ToC that jumps to headings created inside the existing note, NOT to other notes. (Moving the discussion below to Feature Requests)
  16. Badr

    Manage links

    In premium version I want the possibility to manage links. That is a list of all public and private links, so that I can stop sharing many or all notes at once. The problem is that I have many notes totally and not an overview of which is shared or not. Could you check the link management function in sync.com. That I like quite well, with end dates, possibility for getting notifications on visits. Password for note sharing is possible in evernote, so that part is solved.
  17. So far, you can only link one note to another. But you can't: Link one section of a note to another section of a note Link one section of a note to a section of another note EXAMPLE: Literally any wikipedia (<-- random example) page. After the intro description, there is a 'contents' box that links to itself later in a document. You can also click to links of sections of other pages on the site. OneNote already has this feature. I find OneNote awful BUT this feature is the one and only reason why I use OneNote over Evernote at work, and Evernote just for personal use. Please update your linking features!
  18. Hello. Currently we can add tag links to the shortcut bar in the Windows version, and the tags bar. I would like the ability to have clickable Tag links inside notes also (like with the shortcuts bar), so that clicking on that link in a note calls all notes with that tag. It would be an additional method of organization, since the top and side bars have limited space. Thanks for listening.
  19. I have my Evernote and Instapaper accounts linked. So whenever I highlight something in Instapaper the highlight gets automatically imported to Evernote. The one feature I've been missing with this, though, is absence of a URL link to the source were the highlighted text comes from. Is there some way to make sure that the highlight get's imported to Evernote together with the link to the original article?
  20. ForEvernoteAfter

    Don't show link popup on hover

    When using Evernote in my browser it always shows a link popup on hover. In 99% of the cases I didn't want this and it got into my way editing the text around the link. I suggest to instead show a small pencil icon instead that can be clicked. When clicked, it shows the 'Edit link' menu as per current behaviour.
  21. Hi It would be great if Evernote users could insert links of content created inside each note. I'm not referring to the internal link that each note already has. I'm suggesting that each part of the content of a note has a link of its own. Let me give a couple of examples of how this can be used well. I have a notebook where I write reviews of books I read. To each book I read I add a note in this notebook. But often the review can get big (and the content gets lost inside the note). It would be very useful if I could create a link for each chapter (whose content is inside the note) and create a summary at the top of the note. I also have a notebook where I keep my notes of lectures and small courses that I participate. I create a note inside this notebook for every course or lecture I watch. In the same way the content can get very big and get lost inside the note. So it would be helpful if each subtitle of my note had a link for me to create a summary at the top of the note. It is no advantage to me to have several notes (one for each chapter of the book I read or one for each topic of the lecture I watch) because it would be annoying to store and identify each of those notes.
  22. lscottmann

    Stats for links

    I’d like to be able to see how many hits I receive on the Public Links I create.
  23. Note links were an excellent addition to evernote, so I can now cross reference my notes. However, I would like to be able to link to a saved search or tag in a note. I tend to have a master note for a project that links to all the bits of information related to that project. This can be cumbersome and time consuming to keep up to date using note links. The tag system is great here, because I always tag my notes with the name of the project, its a natural thing to do when creating a note. It would be cool if I could link to that tag, so that when reading / reviewing a note, I see in my see also section of my note a link that will run a saved search or tag search, so I can see all other related notes, without having to maintain the links between my notes manually. See Also Evernote Notes (tag:Evernote) or Evernote Project (search:Evernote)
  24. Hi.I've seen there is a lot of requests for improving links and such but I guess it's not been easy to come up with a good way to implement them.My suggestion/request will come as something I expect is at least a bit quicker of doing.What about changing the color of broken links (internal) so we can recognize them at first glance? (without hovering or double clicking, etc) Maybe making it RED, which is a color well-known as "get people's attention because something's not right". It may not sound as smart as some people would expect, but at least I think it would be helpful to know that the appointed link has a problem, and hopefully faster to release? I see that EN already uses two different shades of green for links created on EN desktop and another for EN iOS (or was this distinction made for public vs private links?), also blue for external links. So, what do you all think of this solution?
  25. Bom galera, eu fiz uma apresentação e adicionei alguns links de sites que eu salvei (com a extensão do Evernote), esses links estão dentro da apresentação principal, o objetivo deles é apresentar os sites durante a apresentação. O problema está em voltar de um link, ou seja, quando eu o abro tudo bem, más na hora de voltar para a apresentação principal não tem nenhuma opção, a alternativa é fechar a apresentação e iniciar novamente.Gostaria de saber se existe alguma maneira de voltar para a apresentação sem precisar fechar toda ela. Obrigado pela atenção.