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What would be very very useful is to be able to insert a time stamp based on the record location of an audio recording in Evernote. Think about it... your recording a presentation or a meeting while taking notes. you make a note about something in the meeting. Having a time stamp based on the record time in the notes would allow you to find the spot in the 1hour or more long recording that this subject or note appeared. Would make my life a lot easier. Right now i have to go back and guessedimate the time. which is ok. but a key click would be even sweeter. Even sweeter yet woud be to automagically time code it. then as i scrub thru the recording highlight text that was entered at that time (within a 60 second window or so)
thephasntasm posted a topic in General Discussion ArchiveHi, My day-to-day work involves lots of meetings. I currently use paper and pen to take notes in the meetings. What would be the best way to do this in Evernote. So far I have set -up]: - One Notebook called 'meetings' - Notes within this notebook for each type of meeting (e.g. different people/ functions) - Each note would then have two types of info; a) important notes and action items for either me or my team to work against How can I then: 1. Compile all of the 'to do' items together in one Note to save me going through each note individually (ultimnately with a note per meetign this could be 100s of notes very quickly) 2. See who is assigned to complete each of these items Thanks!
Michael Campbell posted a topic in General Discussion ArchiveI'm looking for something which can store directly to evernote, or easily migrate to evernote, a meeting minutes recorder. Basically, something that will *record* the audio of a meeting (not from Skype, or a phone, or anything, just raw audio), with minute markers, which will allow me to type in annotations that are "keyed" to the time. So if I type in an annotation of "follow up with Jill" for example, that annotation will be kept with minute 5:10 or wherever it occurred. Does such a thing exist?