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  1. Hello! Contacting the developers. Why not add two additional functions. 1.There may insert the current GPS position (and a link to it) in the body note . 2. The ability to insert the current date in the body note .
  2. This feature could happen by simply assigning through the Reminder functionality. OR, it is something that could be implemented with a tag (or even, more specifically, a tag that is started with "@") Once of the major reasons I still use Google Keep is the ability to do location-based tagging. It is VERY convenient to remember things based on where I am going next. It helps when I forget to check my tagging
  3. Hi All, I have noticed under iOS 8.12 and at least the previous version that my notes do not always save the GPS location coordinates. I have travelled recently to two different countries, one where I had rooming and one without. In both cases, some notes had the location saved whereas others had not saved the coordinates even though I made sure to click on the “information” button and verify a pin was dropped (either on a downloaded map or empty one). This is annoying and surprising as the only good thing at the beginning of version 8 was that all my notes had their coordinates correctly saved. Has someone else noticed that? Regards, David
  4. Please return the "Atlas" functionality back to Evernote. And please add the ability to filter on the built-in search functionality. One of my primary uses of Evernote was to save location-based notes so that it was easy for me to map my travels and be reminded of where I went and what I did when I returned to a city.
  5. How do I get Evernote for ios add location to my notes? Evernote faithfully adds location on the laptop, which stays home most of the time but does not add it to notes on my phone, where notes taken away from home originate. I have location enabled in the Privacy>Location Services of Settings. Thanks, Magda
  6. I have long used and promoted the use of Evernote for Sales Professionals. It was my Go To application so that on each sales call (cold or qualified) I would enter a note (into a Notebook call Weekly Sales Calls) and use a Tag indicating the week# and year. When using my MacBook I could view all my notes in the Atlas feature. When on the road I could open my iphone or ipad and where ever I was located - I could open the Places view to see my current location relative to notes from sales calls in the same region (city or county). I was able to then maximize my sales call efficiency by returning to locations based on their map location so I could follow-up on opportunities in my sales funnel. Since version 8.0 all of these features (Atlas and Places) are eliminated and I am LOST! I have tried IDEAPLACES but find it doesn't provide the funactionality to show all of my nots on a map which I can zoom in or out to show relative locations for prospects or customers.
  7. Location of Evernote Data Folder for EN Mac To locate your Evernote Data folder for your account, goto Evernote > About Evernote, and HOLD down the OPT key to get a link to “Open database folder”: Click on this link to open the Mac Finder to this folder The Finder is showing the EN data folder for the current EN account that you are logged in to on your Mac The top level Evernote folder, which is up a few levels, is: “com.evernote.Evernote”. For the Direct D/L version, the Parent Folder is: ~Library:Application Support For the App Store version, there are apparently two top level folders that would need to be replaced if doing a restore from backup: ~/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote ~/Library/Containers/com.evernote.EvernoteHelper Note that, unlike EN Win, EN Mac stores its data in a combination of SQLite database and files/folders. Use the top level Evernote folder for backup purposes.
  8. I want location auto-title for my notes. Please help!
  9. Someone mentioned on the Forums that there was an extraction of GPS info in a photo to geo code the note itself. I picasa'd & google earth'd a .jpg so that GPS information was embedded. I assume it does this correctly. Windows properties indicate GPS information is there. I tried adding the image as directly as possible. Right clicked on image and said "open with" evernote. Evernote opened and added a note with the image. No location for this note in atlas. I assume I can't select a group of "boxes" notes and drop them in atlas. Any ideas? IFTTT? only with the android app can a image be geocoded? The basis of this is too have a location of my storage boxes....in the garage, in the barn, basement.... I have taken pictures of the innards of the boxes and use a labler. voice in the text of contents and subject line it "Box 34" for example. If I could add a picture of the barn gps'd or group geocode in picasa then add ....oh it's complicated. But you get the drift.... http://www.evernote.com/shard/s5/sh/7149b94e-5bdd-4a36-9537-8a76daded4a9/1e5bb4ebe5e3538e82ee585588cc5481
  10. (sorry for my English) With big regret, last version of Evernote for Android hasn't the "Maps" button and feature anymore. Big regret because: - I used this feature for work (I'm a travel agent and it was very important for me) - There wasn't any mention in the changelog - On Android I cannot downgrade to a previous version (I've written about this in another post, started by somebody else with "web" tag, but please, let me start a new standalone topic) I use EN for remember and locate construction sites: where it is (with map)what it is and what to propose (snapping a picture of the site)who is the builder (writing the note or with OCR recognition of the advertisement panel)when to visit (not too early, not too late - by changing the creation date and searching notes after a certain date)So when I'm planning a visit in an area, I know what to do, where to go, when and in which order. A single visual glimpse on an Evernote map. With tags maybe I do not remember the single note content but I remember what it's about (that's why tags exists). A pin/geotag in the Android map fulfills the same purpose: I don't remember the single note content (a building, a restaurant, a customer, a monument), but I know where it is or where they are. You may say "search for the cities names" and get a list of notes: ok, but this was the work I did with my paper notebook and that's why I started using EN. The words are not enough, please let me see again my places inside EN and with all the feature of EN. Cheers.
  11. I have been an evernote user for years. I LOVED evernote on the apple iphone.. I used to take pictures of all my reciepts, documents, everything. and i used the Atlas/map view almost every week. For example. i would go to return a product, a shirt, or electronic equipment. I would go to the counter, click map, see all my reciepts for that store, and search the OCR for my product.. done. i moved to android. NOTHING, 6 months later, still no feature remotely similar.. now 2 years later... NOTHING.. please help me understand what is stoping this feature from implementation? Its what i considered the MOST useful feature. Gregory
  12. Greetings, we are using Evernote to photo document and categorize/organize native plant species throughout the US. After taking a photo using the Evernote Camera feature, a graphical location map is available under the Info / Note Details. When synced to our workstation and Info is selected, only the address appears, not a graphical map. Is there a way or setting so as to have a graphical map visible on the workstation as it is on the phone device? Thank you, Scott
  13. Hi all, I'd like to enter a location for a particular note by manually entering the latitude and longitude. I know I can do this on the Windows platform by clicking on the Location area on the note info window, but it won't accept the lat & long that I get directly from Google Earth, which is, for example: Latitude: 33°44'51.26" N Longitude: 104°59'13.30" W So, in the input field, I enter: 33°44'51.26" N,104°59'13.30" W But the OK button is still disabled. I tried replacing the degrees, minutes and seconds characters with spaces, but still can't click the OK button. Does anyone know what EN expects for latitude, longitude, and optional altitude in this dialog box? Thanks, Don
  14. (Evernote Version: Version 6.2 (452688 Direct), Mac: OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 on a MacBook Pro Retina 15", Mid-2014) I have had my Mac's Location Services completely disabled since I got it. I do not use any geotag or location services on my Mac whatsoever. I just found a group of notes created a year and a half ago, that I have not touched since, were updated in late October somehow. So trying to get to the bottom of it, I opened the info panel and noticed my complete, accurate address in the Location field. All 11 notes created at that time have my address in their info. Disturbed, I went looking at the Atlas feature I never use to see what other notes might have had my address automatically snuck into their info. I have found over 170 notes with Location data that I have not entered, stretching back about two and a half years to as recently as yesterday. The data ranges from random address taken from the news article being clipped or seemingly completely random addresses, to my completely accurate address when staying at home and when abroad internationally or nearby addresses on the same block. Obviously some kind of geo-tagging is going on, but what exactly and how? Again, Location Services have been completely disabled on both my Mac and my Android phone (which I used Evernote on as well) since I got them (on Mac: System preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy; and on Android: Settings > Location). I turned them off day one, have kept them off since, and have confirmed today that they are still off. As far as I can tell, most if not all of these notes with locations added to them were created on my Mac. The only Evernote-specific option related to Locations I can find is in my Evernote for Android's Notes settings, which does have an "Auto-title new notes" option that can try to add titles to notes by drawing from location or calendar event data. This option was enabled by default on my Android phone, but I have since disabled it. It also purports only to add titles to untitled notes, which is not at all the case here where the Location field of a titled note is getting filled in. I can not find any other specific Location-adding options or features anywhere in my Evernote settings, either on my Mac or Android phone. And even if there was some such option enabled, how and why would it override my system's settings? Are there some other, more obscured and hidden auto-filling Location Services options that are enabled by default? I am more than a little unnerved by this seemingly arbitrary and random violation of the privacy options I have consciously set. EDIT - Did some more searching and found a thread with people having a similar issue with Evernote for Android, which would then sync its auto-added locations to desktop clients, but this only confuses me more. They found that, when their phone's Location Services were disabled, the option in Evernote for Android's Note Settings to "Add Location to New Notes" using GPS and Wifi was greyed out, and they were unable to enable or disable it. This option was not even present in my Evernote for Android's Note Settings, at all. So I went to my phone's Location Services setting, enabled it for once, and went back to Evernote's Note Settings. Suddenly, the "Add Location to New Notes" option was there, but it was still disabled, as I assumed it should be by default. I went back and disabled my phone's Location Services again, and now the "Add Location to New Notes" option is still there, but greyed out (and disabled). While this likely does nothing to affect why and how my notes have had Locations added to them, as still no option was actually enabled to add Locations, it evidences more strange issues with this set of features across Evernote's products. Why are people with Location Services disabled not seeing all location-based options in their settings? And why are such settings used when they are clearly disabled at every obvious level? Again, I believe most, if not all of my notes that had Locations automatically added were created on my Mac, not my Android Phone. Although some of the problem notes may have been viewed on my phone, and hence, possibly auto-updated with a Location(?) then based on some strange activation of disabled features, this is certainly not the case for all the problem notes.
  15. I am a new Evernote user and thrilled about this excellent app. My only question now is that I've been told that Evernote keeps a local copy of my notes on my computer which I can and should include in my overall back up strategy. My question is: Where do I find the local copy of my Evernote notes? TIA, Ken
  16. Hello Evernote users! Announcement: We are excited to be featured in the Evernote AppCenter Travel section and Top #50 Productivity in the US & Canadian iOS AppStores. Ways to get the iOS app worldwide: 1. http://ideaplaces.com/download 2. Search "Ideaplaces" in the Apple app store. We have been working incredibly hard to build a new iOS app called IdeaPlaces. It provides a new way to use Evernote by linking your notes to locations on a map and providing a way to explore them visually. As Evernote users ourselves we really believe that one of the most valuable things in the Evernote experience is context. With each thought written down, to-do created or photo taken, we believe there is tremendous value in showing contextual information around anything created. Also, we have worked hard to facilitate the sharing of notes and context in the most seamless way possible, during the note creation process. App summary and why it matters to Evernote users: http://blog.ideaplaces.com/ideaplaces-app-a-new-way-to-experience-evernote-around-places/ ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Here are screenshots and explanations of the features to give you a good idea of how it works. Visualization of notes After you link your Evernote account to IdeaPlaces your notes are sync'd and you can view all of them from points on a map. This allows you to explore all of the notes you have that contain location meta data. You can even create places and attach notes to them. By doing this, any note added to a place will then have the location meta data of that place. We have integrated with two main API's: Foursquare and Google Places. Ability to create robust notes quickly. Sharing integrated in the process. We have realized that creating notes from your phone has to be simple or users simply wont take notes from their device. This is why we worked hard on creating an incredibly fast way to create notes. Right from the visual map screen you can tap on the create note icon or wave the phone on any screen to start the note creation process. The note creation process allows you to add and edit the following: Title Location (pre-input & editable) Users to share the note with (text or email) Standard text Photo's (multiple sizes) Notebooks (including shared notebooks) Tags Location-based reminders To-do based notes and shopping reminders are easy to forget, but with location based reminders we are hoping to make them a thing of the past. In the note creation process simply set the location and tap reminder to make sure you get notified the next time you are in a 75m radius. Location enhanced notes Understanding the context of the note while you are actually viewing the note is important for you or anyone you share the note with. This is why we have enhanced all of the notes viewed or shared within the app with both google map and street view. These images link directly into google maps and provide an easy way to get back into IdeaPlaces. Feedback and beta testers We are looking for passionate users of Evernote like us to test our application and help us with feedback. If you would like to help this app evolve into a truly amazing Evernote experience we would love your help. Here is our contact email to request a free coupon code or become an active tester on Testflight. signup@ideaplaces.com http://www.ideaplaces.com Download the app on the iOS app store now! We are actively developing the application and can guarantee a response within a few hours. We are still in the early stages of this app and believe that it can have a tremendous impact on the way that users use Evernote now and in the future. We can't wait to see what this will become! Let us know what you think and if you have any comments or suggestions post below! Thanks
  17. I'm trying to add addresses to my notes by clicking on the info icon and entering the address in the location field. It has always worked fine until last night when I entered "159 Bleeker Street, New York" (for example), it autocorrects to "550–570 Fairview Ave Ridgewood, NY 11385 United States". It's happening almost every time I enter an address. I'm a basic Evernote member. Has anyone had this issue? Know how to fix it? Thanks very much. Jeff
  18. Sería ideal que los recordatorios de Evernote permitiesen establecer una ubicación en la que debería saltar. Esta función está disponible en distintas aplicaciones de organización personal e incluso en Google Now. La idea es que cuando tu smartphone detecte que estás en una ubicación próxima a alguno de los lugares en los que tienes configurado como ubicación de recordatorio, te salten todas las notas que quieres recordar en ese momento.
  19. I just noticed as I was reading on my computer, all of a sudden EN Helper app was asking for location data via location services. The little arrow lit up in the menu bar. The main EN app was not open, I only had Safari open. I was not interacting with any part of EN from the clipper extension, the helper app menu item, or the app itself. So the helper app seems to phone home in some schedule and U.S. Releasing my GPS coordinates and perhaps more. I haven't had a chance to dump the communication being sent over the wire. Does anyone have any other info to share about this? I like that EN adds my location to my notes, but it should make that call on note creation and save, not on some s he duke where I'm it sure what triggered it, what data is being sent, etc. Does anyone know more or have a suggested test scenario to run? Thankd
  20. I've created a notebook with all of the offices we work with across the country. I've added their office name and physical address to each note so that they will show up on the atlas and I can look at them in an interactive view. I have about 68 notes but only the first 12 are showing up. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks!
  21. Hello I'm trying to work out how to manually input a location (I'm doing some travel planning and I want to use the atlas facility to see notes about the places I'm going to). I've tried inputting the gps coordinates in the format Evernote seems to use (eg 52°29′40N 0°3′35W) but when I press return the numbers simply go red and nothing happens. The only way it will accept a location is by pressing the location services arrow. Is there a way to input an address manually? Thanks (I'm using v5.04)
  22. The app PackPoint is available on a tablet and phone. One of the features is that it will sync with Evernote. Has anyone ever done this? When I tell it to sync it says that it synced but I cannot fine where it went within Evernote. Any Guidance? I like both apps and would really like them if they work together as packpoint has said.
  23. Hi there, I tried Evernote thanks to to good press. On my Android, it automatically puts my location at the top of every note. In the settings it says: "Places: When location services are enabled, a place is automatically associated with the notes you create." So how do you disable location services? Can you do it for just Evernote or does it have to be for your phone? I searched the forum for "location" and there were no relevant results. Searched Google.com and found two results in the forum -- two other posts requesting that this be optional, but no reply from Evernote specifically saying yes or no or how to disable. Is there a way to disable location services for Evernote on the Android? Thank you.
  24. Hello! Is there a possibility to set reminders to location? For instance, I need to remember to get something at the trainstation before I hop on a train, so I would like to be reminded when I get to the trainstation. Is this something Evernote can do, or will be able to do in the future? Thanks in advance! Kind regards, Martine
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