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  1. OK this comes out of a recent Amazon purchase of 6 separate items, but might be applicable to other types of note... My normal process when buying something has been to copy the on-screen order confirmation and the inevitable email receipt(s) [I use PayPal] into a note with the title <date> - purchase - vendor - item so it's all together. Any subsequent emails get dragged and dropped from my Outlook inbox to the note via the desktop as separate little MSG files like this - ...the final delivery note gets added to the note and COMPLETE goes into the title. You'll notice the minor problems here - emails get dragged to the desktop before being added to the note; and the file date shows as the date it was moved across, not the date of the email. Don'tcha love Windows... But at least I keep all the random emails connected with a purchase out of my inbox and my Outlook database. They're more searchable in one place - Evernote - and double-clicking an icon opens the original email in Outlook so I can remind or reply if necessary. (I now have inbox zero on three of my four main email addresses!) An alternative would be for me to save each email as a separate note, and scan in any paper I receive, and then merge all the notes on completion. It would actually be more efficient to do this to individual emails and delivery notes rather than search Evernote for the 'control' copy and attach each element. But emails contain a lot of sales rubbish as well as the product and price details I need: and a merged note is a very long note (I've done it a few times) if it shows all the details inline. What I'm wondering is: if there's any review of the note linking process so's to make tables of content-style control panels easier to create manually, could we also get the option to include a linked note as an attachment so it's possible to open the content if required, but in normal views you just get the link / icon. I can already think of lots of potential problems with the idea, but if anyone else thinks optionally being able to see linked notes inline in the 'table of contents' note body would be useful, please show your support for the idea in the usual way...
  2. Sorry if this is covered somewhere, but I've not been able to find it. I've recently switched, God help me, from using the (Windows) desktop version of Evernote at work to using the web version. My *impression* is that there's no way to insert note links (not shared on the web, but links from one note in my account to another) in the web version, though I see that the note links I've inserted using the Windows, Mac, and iOS version all function on the web version. Along the same lines, my impression is there's not way to insert or edit a hyperlink in the web version (say, for example, I wanted a link to my Google Calendar) though, again, the links I've set up in other versions of Evernote do function in the web version. If anyone could tell me I'm wrong about these, I would be forever grateful! *Is* there some way to insert and edit hyperlinks, and to insert (non-public) note links using the web version of Evernote? Also, can anybody tell me where I might have found this information? Is there a list somewhere of which features which version has (or hasn't)? Thanks, everyone! Michael
  3. Hi everyone I use Evernote quite extensively, I have a premium account and end up uploading a lot of data, mostly .zip and images. I have my own way of using Evernote, I found thats how it works anyway because you have this open canvas almost and you are set to figure out how to make use of it. This is great and I have a cool system but the problem is I want to make use of exporting to a .enex file. As you may know that's the native Evernote export database, and if you want you can export notebooks or your entire system. My set up is like this: I don't use search that much, I don't use tags and have about two notebooks. All of my organizing comes from note links, You know the ones where you right click and copy note-link, and then paste that into a new note. That's it, my entire Evernote system is based on note links. I really like it and it works for me. I guess my system is like a private website/private wiki/private note system/private journal. Its really useful. Except the size, I need to at some point export some older parts of my system (because some synced computers have low Hard disk space). Moving a ton of notes into another notebook thankfully does not effect my note links. However exporting this for archiving purposes is a huge issue. If you export to enex and then import, every single link will not work Here is the question, is my computer doing something abnormal for evernote. Why does exporting and importing lose every single internal link. You can test this by making just two notes, link one to another and export to enex, and then import, the links will be broken. If this isn't just me, can I submit this as a feature request? I really need to be able to export my notebooks without losing my primary navigation system. Cheers Joseph Goss
  4. I'm hoping that I haven't overlooked an existing feature, but I would love to be able to insert links to other notes in notes I create, making quick connections between related notes across notebooks. For example, as I take notes on educational videos, I also build strategic lists of how-to information. I would like to tag items in the strategic list that lead to the more detailed note I took and then be able to navigate back (using a back arrow?)
  5. I recently started using the current version of Evernote 5 (on Windows 7) after sticking with the last release of Evernote 4 up until 5 had a handful of updates. I'm not sure if this is a glitch, or an intended change (I hope not), but when I tried using my favorite feature - 'Copy Note Link', I was confused why it kept generating web-based Evernote.com links to the note instead of internal Evernote:// style links like I expected. Am I experiencing a glitch or did I miss the memo?
  6. I like how the Table of Contents feature links have green text and green lines beneath them and that the links are internal to the Evernote app (Note Link). This helps distinguish which links are internal to Evernote (Note Link) and External (Note URL). However, when I manually create a link to another note using (Note Link), the link is the typical blue text and blue lines of a URL link, despite being an internal link to Evernote. While you can change the text color to green, the line beneath the text remains blue. My ask would be that links internal to Evernote (Note Links) be green text with green lines and that links external to Evernote (Note URL) have blue text and blue lines to facilitate this distinction. This is a Windows Desktop Client request, but I am sure it can be extended to other OS platforms.
  7. This has been raised many, many times before, but I get it, EN insists on having their logo colors in their app, even if it functionally sucks. That said, since Evernote now lets us choose colors (via the Styles option) for notebooks and tags, how about giving users an option to change the note link color? EN can have the default be their aesthetic, but difficult-to-read-on-white-background light green. And most people would suffer through this terrible default, but power users and those driven to near blindness will have the option to choose a more eye-friendly, high contrast color. Please read the following:
  8. Hi everybody, I use note links a fair bit to connect quotes, ideas, and so on which I feel might relate to one another. One thing I'd really appreciate is if every note had a list of "linkbacks" associated with it, so you could look at a note's info and see something along the lnes of "this note has been linked to in the following 5 notes: ..." If you want notes to be true two-way connections, this would prevent the hassle of having to manually link both notes to one another. Both notes would link back to each other just by the act of placing one note link. Another point is just something I feel is lacking from the Android version, or perhaps I'm just missing something. It seems like I can't copy a note's notelink from the search. So if I'm writing a note and I know it relates to a note I remember from two years ago about the same topic, searching for the title of that note leaves me helpless, crying, and alone - I can see it but I can't do anything about it. I then have to go to the notebook and trawl through it manually to try to find it, which is a bit of a pain sometimes. Thanks a lot for any and all replies, - Harfblarson
  9. Hi folks, I know this topic has come up in some form previously - but not exactly in the form that I am asking (i.e. between Evernote users); also the discussions are from > 1 year ago and Evernote has been continuing to improve + new features. My question: When sharing a note, with an evernote user, if my note that I am sharing contains several "note links" to other documents, does that person automatically gain access to being able to view those note links that are contained in the document that I am sharing. case example: 1 document, 100 questions, each being answered by members of a study group, I am adding note links in order to avoid typing long answers, the note links point to an original source, say a PDF or excellent review article, that has highlighting from Clearly...I would like my colleagues that I am sharing the document with to be able to see my full resources and it's detailed contents. Thank you kindly
  10. I have noticed that there is now an option to copy note link for the web beta app and I remember trying it once a week or two ago which seemed like it worked. Currently when I try this it gives a notification that the not link has be copied to the clip board but I can't paste it. I am working from a chromebook. I tested this on Ubuntu - Chrome browser and it works so it seems like there is a problem connecting with the copy function on Chrome OS Also, YAY FOR NOTE LINKS in web app!!!!!!!
  11. I'm Using Evernote on a MacBookPro (Yosemite), which happens to have Fusion with and installed Windows virtual machine. Even when Fusion is not running (i.e., no windows virtual machines are running) Evernote seems to want to run links in a Windows operating system. Meaning if I create a link in a note that links to a valid email address, when I click the link rather than launching the native MacOS email program Evernote instead boots one of my Windows OS's. I don't see anything in settings to turn this behavior off. Help!
  12. In the past I would regularly click "control > copy note link" on a note that I wanted to link to, then slect a bit of text in another note that I wanted to internally link to that first note. Unfortunately, Evernote now pastes the web link for the note I'm trying to link to rather than the internal link. After reading about what seems to be a behavior change in Evernote, I'm not sure what I can do. I know that if I simply paste the note link (instead of attempting to turn a selection of text into a hyperlink), Evernote pastes the name of the note I'm trying to link to as well as an internal link, but nothing I've tried alws me to retain an internal link when converting a text selection into a hyperlink... which is what I'm after. Does that make sense? Is there a way around?
  13. Evernote has an ability to create a link from one note to another. It is great for creating "Tables of contents", main vs sub pages and in general for any note organizaiton. However, when you open a note that might be linked from somewhere else, you will have no idea where it is linked from. This application scans all your notes and creates a backlink at the top of the notes that link to it. For example, if you create a note All about my car, add some text and then create a link to another note Car history and then run the app, it will add a backlink, e.g: The project and its source are accessible here: https://github.com/vitalybe/evernote-back-linker Note: You need Windows and Visual Studio to compile the project. If there is an interest, I can create a proper binary (exe) release as well .
  14. Hi, I'm just wondering if there is a way to link from one note to another in the form of hyperlinking in Evernote? I could only find a way to link to a web address. Thanks, Domenica
  15. The "Classic Link" option is not available in Evernote 6 menus. This is the link in the form: evernote:///view/239650/s3/2da710ef-ff7d-4121-872c-621e2e4dafca/2da710ef-ff7d-4121-872c-621e2e4dafca/The only link available for copying to the clipboard is the html link that opens the note in the web interface. That's fine, if we want to send a link in an email or social message, but if we need the link for use on the local machine and we want the note to open in the desktop client, or we don't want to launch a browser, or any of several reasons, then the "class link" is needed. For now, I can make an AppleScript to grab the link, but I want it added back to Evernote 6 and subsequent releases.
  16. Is is possible to copy note links in a user desired order (in the same way as can be done with Merge)? Example: The following notes are created in chronological order: Note A, Note B, Note C, Note D ..they are displayed as Note D, Note C, Note B, Note A ..if they are all selected and a Table of Contents Note is generated the result is.. Note D, Note C, Note B, Note A ..which is fair enough BUT if notes are then selected in the following order (CTRL Click) Note B, Note D, Note C, Note A ..and the do a Right Click -> Copy Note Links, instead of Create Table of Contents Note, and the links are pasted to somewhere the result is still the same as before i.e. Note D, Note C, Note B, Note A ..not exactly what was wanted. It would be very useful to "Copy Note Links" in a desired order (similar to the functionality of Merging documents). (Q. Do the Evernote team scan all new posts as it would be useful to have this functionality?)
  17. Hello there - I'm wondering if anyone can help me figure out why when I link notes on my desktop, then click on the link, it opens the link in a new window within my web browser? This is very annoying, as I'm using it for a task list, and my tasks keep opening in a new web browser rather than inherently on the desktop. Thank you!
  18. I haven't tried to create a new Note Link on my Android phone since the newest updates came out (Version 6), until today, I mean. I cannot for the life of me figure out where they've hidden it this time! I pressed every option I could find, but no Note Link feature. All my previous links still exist. I tried searching the forum, Google and the KB. I realize it's quite possible that no sleep for the last 40 hours is probably why I can't find the feature inside to app, or anything about it for the latest version. I'm so flustered at the can't even locate the video GBarry posted when annoucing the public release! I checked the Getting Started Guide for Android as posted in the KB, but it still hasn't been uodated to the new version and the features are not laid out the same way now. Can someone please help me? Before I yank fistfuls of hair out in frustration...
  19. Hello, I am using note links in the Evernote standalone application for Mac OS X (Mavericks). I notice when I click a linked note in a note I'm reading, it tries to open the note in the Evernote Web App. I've been using Evernote for a few years and I haven't noticed this before. I work mostly offline with syncing every 15 minutes. I don't see anything in the Preferences to set where a linked note opens. Is it possible to change this! Thank you, Bigcrunchyfritter
  20. EDIT: All the likes this post is getting are great, but maybe a few comments might add some more weight to this in the eyes of Evernote.... Hi folks, I can see that considerable changes have recently been made to the EN Knowledge Base, which are a great start, so thank you! There are a couple points that I hope you'll seriously consider going forward from this point: ➡ Based on a number of Forum Posts from both new and long-time Power Users, the KB is still often out-dated and not that easy to navigate from a User point of view. Are you planning, or in the process of, a major KB rewrite AND reorganization? And if so, will you scour the forum for thoughts and suggestions to consider to incorporate into such a rewrite? ➡ One issue I've seen come up repeatedly since the the Link and Note Link changes came into effect earlier this year, is the confusion that still surrounds the changes - as is evidenced from several very recent posts. It would, in my opinion, *greatly* assist ALL users - Free, Premium and Business ones - if you could create one Main Article about: ▶ The differences between regular Links "http://..." and internal Note Links "evernote://..." ▶ And create *detailed* separate KB Articles - with *clickable links* - to sub-articles about exactly *how* to: ➡ Create Note Links in *each, individual client,* and... ➡ How to then Create a Table of Contents (TOC) using said Notelinks in *each, individual client* - complete with screenshots and a good measure of details. If other forum users agree with me, please do chime in with your support!
  21. I can no longer link between notes on my desktop. When I try, I click on the link and it now takes me to my browser rather than the note in my evernote app. Help! What happened! I need this for work...
  22. I'm able to create note links through the Windows and Mac clients. The note links also appear on my Android devices and they function correctly. The problem I'm having is - I open a note containing note links on my Samsung Galaxy S4 or my Motorola Xoom Tablet, edit the note (not the link in the note), save the note, and re-sync. That note that I edited loses it's note links on all platforms after the sync. This wasn't happening before. I've tried searching for existing problems regarding note links and Android, but all I've been able to find are discussion threads regarding not being able to create links on Android devices. Of course my issue is different. Can anyone offer any insight or suggestions? Thank you in advance.
  23. Hello, I am looking to use EverEPub to export my notes to epub format. Has anyone used this app before? I would like to know how it handles note links before I buy it and searching Google hasn't yielded any answer to this question. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  24. I bet this has already been asked but I can't for the life of me think of a keyword combination for the search. When you make a note link, the text is the title currently on the link. Is there any way to change that text? And SUGGESTION (though it's probably been suggested already) I don't suppose there is any way to have that text auto-update when you change the title of the linked note is there? Thank you!
  25. I just recently realized that note links (I feature that I was really longing for when I started using Evernote way back when) was introduced several years ago without my noticing . So now I'm finally coming to grips with it. The first obstacle I've run into is that I can't find a way to put an Evernote note link into a folder in Finder. Does anyone know if this is possible?
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