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It would be very useful if we could generate a summary of the highlighted text within a note. My view is it could be appended to the beginning or the end of the note. Please implement this or some other method of summarizing the text we highlight. It's useful for getting a quick overview of the key points from within your note.
I prefer Evernote shares for sensitive information over email. Once the recipient has downloaded a document, I remove the share. Today I found that I still shared a couple of documents with potentially sensitive information. So I would like to have an overview of what Notes and Notebooks I have created public shares for. I found a forum post that contains a workaround: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/89445-is-... But I am sure the next time I need it, I will have to look it up again. Wouldn't it be useful to have a view where all shares are listed?
Evernote is already used by many as a study, research, and creative tool. Its power as a learning acquisition tool could be drastically increased with an incremental learning tool; currently, the only other company using this method is the famed Supermemo, but its interface is far less developed than Evernote. I suggest adding an "incremental reading" option to the web-clipper tool, whereby one can highlight important text right within the web-page window, and when saved, it's grouped into a separate incremental reading notebook that provides prompts on when to continue reading articles at the place you left off. Incremental reading is one of the most powerful learning tools available to date--surprisingly, not many people know about this. Essentially, incremental reading is a method of breaking extensive knowledge resources down into component parts that can be assimilated into long-term memory in small increments. Rather than reading a twenty-page research article in a single sitting, one could break that into smaller 5-minute bites spread over a few weeks. This approach leverages the concept of "spaced repetition," which has been scientifically proven to drastically improve knowledge consolidation and recall. You can read more about incremental reading and spaced repetition here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incremental_reading
Hi! I love the function "annotations summary" from Evernote. Every important informations from a PDF I mark with the yellow highlighter, and after closing the PDF, Evernote shows me the summary of the sentences I highlighted! Awesome. Now, I want to to the same with webpages (clipped with web clipper on Safari) or a regular note. I can highlight it, but stays only on the document, without a summary of this highlighted information. I know that is possible to convert this annotations into PDFs itself, but I have problems trying to convert a clipped webpage to a PDF in Evernote. Is there a way to see an "annotations summary" of the highlighted information of from non-PDF-documents? Thanks!