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Hey guys, I am now starting to use Evernote as my archive for journalistic purposes - and for that I do have to sort my notes in a chronological order. But this order should not reflect the creation dates of the note but the publication date of the article I clipped. I cannot use something like 1 - , 2- ... because I need the actual publication date to see how stories unfolded. As of now I am putting ddmmyy for the publication date in front of the note title. It works for now but if there is one day a story with say 1xxx notes I will get lost because there is no way to sort the notes in order of the publication date. In my ideal word it would look something like this: 12.3.2013 Bad Thing A happens 13.3.2013 Responsible Person I reacts 14.3.2013 Thing A happens again 15.3.2013 Person I has to step down. Do you got any suggestions?
I'm giving a presentation soon on the concept of Employee Led Innovation (ELI). Essentially it's the idea that in today's business environment employees often turn to tools such as Evernote to be able to get a job done better at work, or to innovate on the way their job is being done. It would be great to have some stories about how individuals or groups within a company have used Evernote to innovate. Not just for day-to-day use, but more about getting a specific project/innovation done. Anybody have some examples for me? I promise to obfuscate your name and company name as I discuss it. If you were successful or not doesn't matter. I'd also like to hear what your employer/manager thought of the innovation and how they reacted to you using a different (non standard) approach. Thanks in Advance! Steve Duncan
Hey there, is there any way that let me organize Notes as part as a greater story (like the structure of a thesis)? I currently use Evernote Links but I don´t really find it very handy. Another solution that would be probably easier would be folding bulletpoints. Any idea?