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  1. I see that there have been multiple posts about Evernote and Markdown, some fairly long, but not much in the way of actual movement in that direction by the Evernote team. I totally understand the concern that most people don't know what markdown is (valid) and probably don't want to learn (maybe..it's pretty easy AND useful), not to mention the underlying changes it would require in Evernote's back-end, compatibility with existing notes, etc. A long time Evernote user (#169,158 according to them, and Pro for nearly all of it) I've always felt that the one thing Evernote did worst of all, was it's actual writing. It's syncing and sharing are fantastic, but making a note look good is time consuming, and sometimes I need my notes to look nice. Even predefined styles (Header 1, Header 2, etc) like what One Note does would make it easier. Markdown really solves the problem though, and has lots of other benefits. Anyway, if you aren't fully and overwhelmingly invested in Evernote, check out Leanote (leanote.org, demo at https://leanote.com) It looks and works very nearly the same, but fully supports markdown (including tables, TOC, code blocks, and I think syntax highlighting); file attachments, sharing...all the best stuff from Evernote. One of it's best features is that you have two buttons for starting a new note: New Note, or New Markdown Note. The New Note choice gets you a rich-text editor (more complete than Evernote's) while the other obviously gets you a markdown editor. Another winning thing: multiple nested notebooks can have the same damned name. So I can have a notebook named "receipts" inside "2015" and "2014" and "2016" notebooks without conflict, something EN still hasn't managed to pull off. Oh, and a great "Note Nav" button in every note that creates an automatic table of contents using headers/subheaders as topics, both in markdown and rich text. I just found it yesterday, and I'm seriously considering running it on my own server (it's open-source) and positioning it to eventually replace EN. The biggest drawback right now: small development team, so it's fragile to someone dropping off, and much of it's documentation is in Chinese without English translation. Probably NOT a good alternative if you can't run it on your own server, data hosted in China and all that... EN should give these guys a call and see about integrating their ideas. I'd (keep) paying for an Evernote that worked like Leanote does.
  2. If Evernote's team think this will be so hard, just look at this application be reference: https://leanote.com/ It able to styling the text with markdown: The normal rich text editor also able to apply predefined styles to texts:
  3. Marxico is a delicate Markdown editor for Evernote. With reliable storage and sync powered by Evernote, Marxico offers greate writing experience. Versatile - supporting code highlight & LaTex, inserting images by all means.Exquisite - neat but powerful editor, featuring offline docs, shortcuts, live previewSophisticated - deeply integrated with Evernote, supporting notebook & tags, two-way bind editing.Visit the website http://marxi.co , or download the offline Chrome App!
  4. Hi all, I made a simple service to let you write Markdown notes on your local machine or mobile phone, using your preferred text editor, and have it synced via Dropbox to Evernote: https://notes.giggy.com It's very lightweight atm. One-way syncing only. No tags. No sub-folders. I can add these things later if enough people are interested... Why? I really like Evernote. But I don't like the interface to Evernote. As a coder, I like the interface to Atom, Sublime Text, and iTerm. I love writing in a plain text editor with Markdown format. Markdown is a beautiful thing. Unfortunately, Evernote doesn't let me use markdown. I like to write a lot of notes and Evernote isn't the most convenient thing to pull up. Sometimes I like to write very long notes and Evernote gets laggy. I don't like to rely on a third party service to hold all my content, so it's nice to have a local copy of everything. And... I was curious about AWS Lambda and needed a good test project. I couldn't find the solution I wanted (which was so simple, I couldn't believe somebody didn't do it already...), so I created a free service to write in markdown and have it synced to Evernote. You can use any text editor to write markdown on your local machine (Atom, Sublime Text, Visual Studio, Notepad), save it into a linked Dropbox folder, and it will appear as a properly formatted note in Evernote within a few seconds. I also use the Jottings app on my iPhone to link to the same dropbox folder so that notes from my phone can also appear on my computer desktop and Evernote. Works great for me! If you have feedback, let me know. Thanks! Travis
  5. Evernote has a really long list how users can capture all pieces of information but there is something missing... This is a markdown support. If the markdown support would be added like in Ulysses, iA Writer or my favorite from free apps: Typora some people won't need other apps anymore. This is possibly the easiest way to edit text without any distractions. It should be an optional feature for enable in settings. I think there should be options to either import the markdown files created in other applications, not only creating them in Evernote. Please check this suggestions and add it if you can. Thank you in advance and have a good day!
  6. After a bit of Googling, I am unable to find any official documentation regarding hotkeys or any other sort of convenient formatting for the new web product. Mainly what I'm looking for is an easy way to use Header styles for organization without having to manually change font-size, font-color, or any other manual change that would have to be remembered to keep it consistent across notes and time. Whether this is through something like Markdown or some in-house method doesn't matter: so long as it's possible. This is in part a bit of a revival of a past request from the old product forums:
  7. This extension is much like the Sublime Text one.
  8. 早くマークダウンに対応してほしいです。 あと、シンタックスハイライトにも対応してほしいです。 プログラマがスニペットを保存したり、コードのメモを残せるようにしてほしいです。 please markdown and syntax highlight (evernoteのサポートから要望はこちらにとあったので、フォーラムの説明とかあまり読まずに書き込んでいます。このような要望を書く場ではなかったらごめんなさい)
  9. Does Evernote have any plans to do as follows in some near and not far far away distant future? Allow to write sections in HTML or Markdown, and have the viewer interpret/render the section - look at Confluence's wiki product, it has the beauty to have plugins that allow to render whenever their own editor falls short, so people can format their text in more suitable ways. Proper code blocks with color coding according to type of context - simply look at how many only web editors support for multiple language code format: json, javascript, bash, perl, ruby, C++, C#, java, python, Go... - it is not just a code block it allows to format the the code in the proper color code (examples http://collabedit.com/ or https://jsfiddle.net/). 3rd party plugins that allow evernote to expand its capabilities - this is specially useful so Evernote's features can grow without always putting demands on the dev team. Anyone can tell me which of these are already available on the product? Thank you .
  10. Hi all, I'm trying to copy and paste text out from evernote. I want to copy the markdown syntax (especially the code block) but I couldn't find a way to do so. Can anyone point me to the right direction? Andrew
  11. cause customer cannot easily use the foo-text editor to not beautiful style notes. why not evernote support markdown ? this is very good idea ,hope the product owner think over it !!! thks
  12. Hi everyone! I'm creating a little python application you can use to backup your entire evernote. Basically it opens a little dialog with all your notebooks, ask yuo for a local directory and you can choose wich notebooks to exports. The application will create a directory with the notebook title, an md file for every note in that directory and if the notes has attachments the app will create a directory with all the attachments inside it. This dir will have the name of the note. I would like to hear your opinions: 1- do you think it could be a useful application? It is for me, but I don't know if someone else could find it useful. 2- do you know if there is already something around doing quite the same things? and, maybe for the future, if you want to try it, let me know! Thank you! David
  13. Hi, Evernote has recently been updated to remove paragraph formatting styles. I was using this feature a lot and it made my notes visually meaningful very quickly. It was rather inconsistent between platforms, I agree, but still, at least it was practical. Now, to accomplish the same thing, I need to select the text I want formatted, select a font, select a size, select a style (italicized, bold or underlined) and hope I'll remember it on the next heading. I hate that! It slows me down and takes me away from writing the note to formatting it. So I've turned to the next best thing: markdown. Markdown is actually very good in helping format my thoughts while I'm writing them, which is the whole point. Now the problem is, Evernote doesn't render markdown, so I need to take my note to a third party app to convert it, and then paste it where I need to use it (like back in Evernote!). Very dumb process. I think I'm not the only one missing paragraph formatting styles and/or markdown support, here. I saw other threads talking about alternative (and sometimes complicated) work-around to this issue. I just don't see why this could be so hard to integrate. Thanks for listening. François
  14. Highlights is a Mac utility for extracting PDF annotations and converting them to portable formats (Markdown, HTML) or archiving them in Evernote. When you open a PDF in Highlights the highlighted text, comments and image selections are extracted. If it is a journal article, the app fetches metadata for it automatically and embeds it in the PDF. You can then open the neatly formatted highlights in Evernote directly as regular notes (ENML-files). This way, you can have a PDF library on disk and an easily searchable summarized archive in Evernote. Highlights can also be used for working with PDFs and notes in sync. You can highlight text and select images in the PDF, have them extracted in real-time and then add comments to the extracted highlights and have them synced back to the PDF as PDF comments. To simplify literature reviews, Highlights will lookup references you underline in the PDF and link them if possible. For more information check out the website highlightsapp.net. The app is available in the Mac App Store for 9.99$, but I have some promo codes to share with you, so grab them while their hot: http://tokn.co/4q8bpq6c http://tokn.co/3nszfkjxhttp://tokn.co/cjbgyx2whttp://tokn.co/psu68yq2http://tokn.co/r2zct9u9
  15. The package: EVND (Ever Notedown) So this is a plugin for Atom Editor by Github that acts like an alternate editor for the Evernote Mac Client. Basically it extends Atom's Markdown editing capacities with features like LaTeX/MathJax equation editing, TOC, footnotes, image insertion via pasting, etc. And it communicates with the Evernote Mac Client via AppleScript so it can do things like creating/updating notes (as rendered HTML), import notes from Evernote and convert to Markdown formats, etc. I initially wrote this for my own use, and over the course of about a year, it has become increasingly…complicated. And I’m guessing that other people might find some use with this, so I thought I’d share. (And if there are developers out there interested in this project, that wuold be great -- it's open source under MIT license). I’ve been using EVND to write my notes, but I don’t have the time or means to do more serious tests, hence I can only say the status is “Works For Me”. Since it uses AppleScript, so obviously it's OSX only. But as Evernote has similar scriptibility for OSX and Windows, so it should be very easy to extend it to support Windows, if there are developers out there interested in doing so. Demo 1 (Overview, creating notes from Atom/EVND and send to Evernote): http://i.imgur.com/fPmoN2F.gifvDemo 2 (Text formating with shortcut keys - bold, italics, highlight, underline, etc.): http://i.imgur.com/6FLTdjh.gifDemo 3 (Update note content, tags, etc. and push the changes to Evernote): http://i.imgur.com/zN5Ey8P.gifDemo 4 (Create note in Evernote, import to Atom/EVND with notelink and convert the content to Markdown, featuring lists, functioning Checkboxes, etc.): http://i.imgur.com/g6bZzN0.gifDemo 5 (Create note in Evenote, search in Atom/EVND with query string and import the target note and convert to Markdown, featuring image attachments): http://i.imgur.com/PbUf1Ss.gifDemo 6 (For a EVND & Evernote syncd note, annotate the image attachments in Evernote, and sync the changes back to EVND): http://i.imgur.com/nQVkv4H.gifMore to come...More demos (as gif animation): http://imgur.com/a/UCVGi Some features: OS X only (See Installation and Status section for more info)Local note editing: This plugin works by communicating with the Evernote OSX Client via AppleScript, so all the work is done on your local machine, no authorization required.2-way editing (…ish): (1) Edit notes in EVND or in Evernote, and sync changes… to some extend; (2) Import notes from Evernote and convert to Markdown format.Evenote meta info: notebook and tagsImages and Attachments: (1) Pasting, drag-and-drop, markdown syntax, etc.; (2) 2-way sync (get changes/annotations made in Evernote)Functioning TOC (table of contents) and footnotes: Clickable links even in Evernote client!LaTeX Mathematical Expressions with MathJax (and user-defined Macros)Icon fonts and emojisAll the regular Github-Flavored-Markdown features (links, lists, tables, etc.)Quick notes from selected text: code snippets, etc.Configurable themes for markdown rendering: Several markdown rendering themes are available to choose, you can also edit the stylesheets yourself.Auto backup and version control (with GIT)Sort & search notesExport well-formated HTMLsEnhanced Markdown editing experience in AtomSupports inline-HTML syntax highlightingSyncronized scrolling and tab switching of editor and preview panelShortcut keys for formatting text (bold, italics, udnerline, highlights, blockquotes, etc.) Please read this shared Evernote note for more info (it's best viewed in the Evernote Mac Client, you can use "Save to Evernote").
  16. Do you use Sublime Text 3 for your coding/editing and would love to use it to edit Evernote notes? This plugin is for you! https://packagecontrol.io/packages/Evernote Sublime Text 3 is a popular text editor. This plugin allows you to work with your Evernote notes using the convenient Markdown notation. It features: Conversion from and to Markdown: open your note in Sublime Text as a Markdown document, save it to get it converted back to rich textList/Search/Create/Upload notes from within Sublime TextUpload/List/Open Attachments Any feedback welcome!
  17. Hello Evernauts, Your new workspace for Evernote is MATCHA 3 Smoothie Each week, while you do what you do best, we are on the mission to develop the perfect workspace for you. We constantly develop, test and evaluate new features for MATCHA 3. We also play our favourite game ... Squash'a'Bug... a lot lately. Thanks to you, we can find and squash a lot of them very quickly. Please, keep posting those bug reports. Your feedback on MATCHA 3 is awesome. We try to implement all those great features you request as fast as possible. But... we value quality more than quantity, so over the course of last week we focussed our efforts on the requests sent to us by our current Matcha v2.0 users. With build 680 we add: four themes in light and dark modethree new fontsa smooth font size selectoran improved settings formand some other nifty new features. What else is new? NEW BLOG We are launching our new blog today. There are still some tweaks to be made, but you can already read our first post Introducing a Refreshing Matcha Smoothie MATCHA 3 beta Release Note Our way of showing you what is inside our pipeline and what has been already accomplished. This post is constantly updated. If you have any questions about MATCHA 3 please do not hesitate to get in touch. What is MATCHA 3 (Smoothie)? MATCHA 3 (Smoothie) is the workspace that connects your Evernote, Dropbox, iCloud, and Wunderlist accounts and lets you publish your notes to your Wordpress and Tumblr blogs. Features: Sync all your Evernote stacks, notebooks and notes. You can choose stacks and notebooks you want to show in Matcha.Responsive editor based on Markdown.Create heading, list, paragraph, quote and caption.Create beautiful collage of your photos.Create and edit table.Drag and drop text and photo around your document.Light and dark color theme.Customizable colors and typography (Planned).Word and character count.3 layouts to work on your iPad: Home + documents pane, documents pane + editor and full screen editor.One touch publishing to Wordpress, Tumblr and Twitter (Experimental).Add Dropbox account to sync Matcha with your Dropbox files.Enable iCloud to create and store your documents in iCloud.Manage your tasks in Wunderlist (Experimental).Sign up for the public beta, today! Who we are MATCHA 3 Smoothie is build by InterAre in Jakarta. Our CEO and head of development is Johanes Sung @firstmistake Enrico Nahler is our Community Manager and will answer all of your questions and feedback. @enriconahler Support We will react to your feedback within 24 hours (depending on the amount of requests it could be, that sometimes it will take up to 48 hours) Let us know what you think and if you have any comments or suggestions, post below! We are looking forward to welcoming you as beta testers to MATCHA 3. Write on! Enrico Community Manager Some more Screenshots
  18. Evernote のプレゼンテーションを使用してプロジェクターに表示すると文字が小さく読みづらい。 また、数式を LaTex 表記にできないものか? Markdown 表記できれば解決と思ってグーグルで検索して Marxico を見つけた。Evernote に特化されている Web-base markdown editorである。 使い始めたがよくわからないので困っていたところ、同じ Web-base markdown editor である StackEdit を見つけ使ってみた。 こちらは Dropbox や Google drive と同期できるようになっている。 ディレクトリとファイル名で管理ができる。自分にとってわかりやすい。 Evernote の場合、ノートブックとノート(タイトル)で管理されている。この管理が自分にとってわかりにくい。 Marxico で作って 同期したノートは Evernote で編集できず、Marxico で編集することになる。 ノートブックへ移動する方法?タグの付け方は?タイトルの付け方?Welcome to Marxico https://marxi.co ### Dancing with Evernote を読みながら試行しています。 情報の交換をお願いします。
  19. Hi to everyone, First I'm sorry about my english, I'm French. I'm using Evernote for about 2 years when I was in med school (switched this year to biology). In 2 years my workflow has changed many times because I want to go totally paperless. In some classes there are some math and chemical formulas and I like to type them instead of using a sheet of paper when this is not exceding a certain size. But I'm a bit perfectionist and I like to have beautiful formulas but writing them easily and in plain text. So here's my workflow : I'm using Emacs org-mode (which is similar to Markdown in term of markup language) and write my formulas in LaTeX. Org-mode can export the org file into multiple formats, like HTML, PDF or even ODT. So when I have a new lesson : I create a new org file that I put into a new Evernote note. I edit this file in Emacs, and changes are saved directly into Evernote. I write misc notes inside that Evernote note. At the end of each course I export it in PDF then put it in my note, so it's easily searchable. I put other docs, like lecture slides and scanned diagrams, into separate notes, then put links into the first one.I use this method too to write my WordPress blog articles and by exporting the org file in HTML... This method is convenient because the writing process during lecture is very, very fast, and produces great looking PDF with beautiful formulas. But it lacks of flexibility because to make my edits to the note searchable in Evernote I have to edit the org file, then export to PDF, then put it into Evernote. So I only use this method for lecture notes; for small notes I type them diretly into Evernote. Why I don't use Pandoc ? Pandoc is great but, on Windows, there is no editor that can export a file using it, and I don't want to use cmd every time I have to export a file. Also there's a pandoc-mode on Emacs but it doesn't like Windows paths... I hope my workflow will be helpful and I'd love to share thoughts with you on this topic.
  20. Is there any chance of markdown support as defined here http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax It would add a lot of value to the export html feature. I would also like to be able to directly publish into wordpress. regards Sailesh
  21. I just learned about the Markdown Here browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. This allows Markdown to be used in the Evernote Web interface, as well as in Gmail, Google Sites and a smattering of other applications (Not Google Docs, since Google Docs has a different editor & API). It seems to work with Evernote Web as well, and the community says it "Works Great" with Evernote. Markdown Here is an open-source project hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/blob/master/README.md Given Evernote Web's lack of keyboard shortcuts, Markdown Here goes a long way to improve keyboard efficiency. Check it out. -= Stefan
  22. while composing a brief postach.io post on my iPad this evening using markdown, I noticed that a URL will always be auto-detected. This even occurs when the note is simplified or converted to plain text. The issue is that when using markdown, the detected URL messes with the rendering and breaks the link. This means that if you wanted to do this: [evernote's official website](http://evernote.com)the desired HTML output sent to Postach.io would be: <a href="http://evernote.com">Evernote's official website</a>Instead, since evernote auto-detects the URL on iOS, the markdown translation doesn't work and the link is broken, meaning you are unable to use markdown to create linked text. Now I just realized you MAY get away with using HTML directly, but I haven't tried using hTML containing an autodeteced URL. Does anyone know how to get around this? Anyone know how to de-link the URL on iOS? Any markdown or HTML workarounds?
  23. These scripts scratched an itch I had to be able to (1) write in Markdown and save it to Evernote as clean HTML and (2) get the text of an Evernote note in Markdown format. There is one script per function. The requirements are few but important. For the Markdown2Evernote script, you will need MultiMarkdown already installed. If it's installed, it should be in "/usr/local/bin/multimarkdown". For the Evernote2Markdown script, you will need the html2text python script. If you have Brett Terpstra's Markdown Service Tools, you can find the code for this script inside of the "md - Convert - HTML to Markdown" Service. Copy the code and save it as a Python script. Or, you can simply download the script here: http://www.aaronsw.com/2002/html2text/html2text.py . Once you download or save the script, you MUST change the second to last line to data = sys.argv[1].decode('utf8'). This will allow the Applescript to pass input via the "do shell script" command. If you don't change the input line in the python code, the Applescript won't work. The Markdown2Evernote script will accept text from the clipboard. This text can begin with 3 types of Metadata: Title, Notebook, and Keywords. For example, Title: This is my title Notebook: Inbox Keywords: tag1, tag2 These metadata types can be substituted with "#", "=", and "@". For example: # This is my title = Inbox @ tag1, tag2 If you don't insert this metadata, the script will title the new note with the data and put it in your default notebook without any tags. The script takes the Markdown-styled text from the clipboard, extracts the metadata (if it's there), converts it to HTML, and creates a new HTML Evernote note. You can find the script here: bit.ly/1aKzVN2 The Evernote2Markdown script will take your currently selected Evernote note and use the html2text script to convert it to Markdown. It will also create a new folder (if it doesn't exist) entitled "Evernote_Markdown_Notes" inside of your Documents folder. It will then create a .md text file with the title of your Evernote note and save it to that folder. Finally, the script will open that .md file in your text editor of choice (simply change the myTextEditor property at the start of the script). For the script to function properly, be sure you change the html2text property to the file path to that script. The property is predefined as "/Users/[username]/Path/to/html2text.py", which is obviously useless. You can get the Applescript here: http://bit.ly/1bgAPeW For those of you who love Markdown and Evernote, these scripts might be of help. stephen hackademic.postach.io
  24. Hi everyone, I went through the forum and I think that what I'm looking for is something called "markdown", is that correct? Not sure if it is, so here's my question. I use Evernote for lots of things, as many of you do, I'm sure, and one one my favorite things is to use it to take notes when I'm reading books and I want to take some notes about, let's say Socrates. So I start writing about his life, the way he thinks and, along the way, always comes a new word that I don't know the meaning. So, what I do is (previously created a Notebook for this) go to my Dictionary notebook and create a new note inside it, use that new word as the title, type the meaning bellow and, after that, right click the note, select Copy Note Link, go back to the note about Socrates, select the new word, hold down Cmd+K and paste the link. There, a wiki-like note is created. And I'm quite happy with it, except I think it would be much easier if all the steps in between could be skipped. Right? So, any of you fellow advanced Evernote users know of a quicker way to do this? Is the Evernote team looking at all at making this possible? Would it be awfully difficult to add the "Link to New Note" option from the contextual menu where the "Link/Add ..." already exists? From what I understand, and believe me it's not too much, about the whole "markdown" thing, is that it would take quite a rewrite of Evernote's way of working, but that's for much more advanced features than the one I'm looking for, right? The only thing I would like to see is basically something that is already possible, although it takes several steps. Hope someone can provide a workaround, or that the Evernote team is thinking of implementing such a feature Thank you so much for reading. Best, Rui
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