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  1. Hi, i am searching for a way to ad a specified text to an evernote document, by scanning an NFC Tag. i looked in this forum, but did not find any usable tipps. does anybody has some tipps to get this working??
  2. Hi, is there a possibility to make or change an evernote entry by scanning a barcode or NFC tag ?? or does anybody know a 3rd party can do so?
  3. I wrote a detailed blog post on how I trimmed down my wallet with Evernote and NFC (using the Touchanote app on my Android phone). Essentially, all of the stuff that you normally carry around in your wallet, that requires no physical item, you scan into Evernote then link them all to an NFC tag via Touchanote. The NFC tag goes in your wallet for instant access. Here's the article in case anyone is interested: http://michaelkizer....te-and-NFC.aspx
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