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  1. I recently retired. One of my goals is to visit all the USA national parks. I want to keep notes and info in evernotes rather than a travel book or national park passport. Please give me your ideas about how best to do this. Are there any formats already in existence for this? thanks.
  2. Hi, I'd like to suggest that EN be able to extract itinerary information from notes and create reminders automatically based on time and/or location from them. As it is, Gmail has this feature but it only works on air travel and hotels. There are some Android apps out there that do this too, such as App in the Air. However, other details such as airport transfers, train tickets, tour confirmations, spa confirmations, (and the like) are not captured. I have recently downgraded back to Basic because i dont find much value to justify the expense. I think if EN could do the above, it would be worth subscribing again. thanks, steve
  3. I take lots of photo by using Evernote. If I take a photo by Evernote app, that photos are saved to default notebook which I set before. But, the problem is here!! Every photo is saved to the same notebook. This is so annoying thing because I have to categorize that photos to each notebooks. So, I use this free app Quick Snap. https://itunes.apple.com/kr/app/quicksnap-quick-snap-to-evernote/id807113931 If you use this app, you can decide notebooks where the photo will be saved, when you take photos. If you take photos by [Picnic] button the photo will be saved to [Picnic] notebooks. Happy Evernote life!!
  4. Dear Evernote Users I'm writing a guide about Traveling with Evernote (for iPhone - although the ideas apply for Android too), and I'm looking for feedback from Evernote users. Many people think of Evernote as a place to store their travel itineraries, but I want show them how it has so many other applications for travel. As a long term traveler, I consider Evernote to be my favourite travel app, and a power tool for travelers. I use it extensively for travel planning, although there are lots of other tips, tricks and hacks that Evernote can be used for. It saves me money, time, and removes a lot of friction from the travel process. I want to teach people how to get the most out of this amazing tool. I don't want to (self) promote my wares here on the Forum, so, if you're interested, please PM me and I'll send you a copy. In return for your feedback, I'm happy to give you one of my iPhone travel books as a way of saying thank you. If you post a lot to these forums but don't have a time to give feedback, I'm happy to send a few copies as my way of giving back to the Evernote community here that has taught me so much. Thanks for your time. David
  5. Hi! I have an incredibly stupid question: Can I share an Evernote with the public? Specifically, I'm writing a travel guidebook, and want to create an interactive packing check list with my readers. My goal is to give Evernote-using readers of my book a tool that they can subscribe to check off what they've packed for their trips from a suggested list, one that they can re-use over and over again. My wife and I constantly share Evernotes and notebooks, and I've used a packing list I've created to help me not forget essentials for upcoming trips, as well as to never leave anything behind in my hotel room. You know, little things like my phone, wallet, wedding ring, passport, etc. Sure, I could create a check list document with an app like Word or Adobe InDesign, and save it as a .pdf. And I still might. But I thought that using Evernote for this, and sharing it with others, could be a tremendous help. Where I'm ignorant is whether Evernote's public note sharing function would really support this. Thanks in advance for your ideas and suggestions. I'm trying to avoid looking as stupid as I normally do!
  6. I know this is of topic, but I was wondering if any of you had ideas! I don't know what to use the dotted paper in my Moleskine Voyageur for. It needs to be travel related. Thanks! Giacomo Lawrance
  7. I want to clip city maps into Evernote, but I am having trouble finding detailed ones which contain the whole city.
  8. I put all my travel information regarding flights, hotels, passwords, etc., into Evernote before I left Canada. I checked the app and everything was working perfectly. However, when I tried to open the app on my iPhone 4 (version 7.1.2), using WiFi, while in Central America and Mexico, I could not access any files. When I touched the app icon, the green Evernote screen appeared for 3 seconds and then disappeared, leaving me looking at the regular iPhone desktop. That was a disaster because I had trusted Evernote to provide me with my travel information and did not take hard copies. When I got back to Canada, I tried the Evernote app on my iPhone and it opened as usual to reveal all my files. Can anyone tell me the cause of this problem and what I can do to prevent the same thing happening on future trips outside North America? (I had the iPhone set on airplane mode and now I'm wondering if that interferes with Evernote, despite other apps working fine with WiFi outside Canada.)
  9. Hi there EN users, My company OLSET, recently won the 3rd best startup integration at EC4 for our app that basically turns Evernote into your Personal Travel Concierge. We use big data in the form of 100 million traveler reviews to recommend hotels for you based on your detailed preferences whenever you create a note with travel dates and a destination in it. We basically search through the reviews for you, and make recommendations on hotels when you need to travel, all inside Evernote. We are really proud of the app and we have had several hundred early adopter Evernote users try it out and give feedback. What I'd love is to get a few of you Evernote Experts to check it out and let us know what you like, don't like etc.. your feedback would directly impact the future of our Evernote app. We'd even blog about you and share your help on our social media pages!!! To try it out for yourself, get started linking your Evernote to OLSET and getting your professional hotel recommendations click here: https://olset.com/evernote Thanks and if you have any feedback or ideas please email me andrew@olset.com
  10. Hi, I am looking for the most efficient way to keep a travel journal. Usually every weekend I go traveling or camping with my son or friends. I am looking for some best practices to keep the trips' journal so that there are these features: 1. Pictures with geo-tags - with possibility to write comments 2. Map with all the places' marks I've visited on that trip 2.a Optional - map with ALL the places I've visited 3. Sharing feature (like blog) 4. GPS tracks shown on maps - optional 5. Calendar tracking - so I can easily find where we've been on a certain weekend Will appreciate any thoughts and ways you guys keep such notes Thanks Michael Shparber
  11. Like most people I put just about everything in EN including all the information about trips that we take. My current strategy is to create a notebook for every trip and hotel reservation and all other information concerning the trip including receipts while we are on the trip are stored in that notebook specific trip notebook. I currently have two stacks one labeled Travel Future and one labled Travel Past. All notebooks for future travel are in the Travel Future stack and are moved to the Travel Past stack once the trip is over. I have probably around 100 total notebooks and tons of tags. But after reading about the 250 notebook limit I am thinking ahead and see that having a notebook for every trip is not going to be sustainable,The reason I initally created a notebook for each trip was two fold. First I can share the note book with my travel partner or anyone else for that matter and also save the notebook for off-line viewing on my portable devices so that I have access to everything should I not have a network connection. So I would like some detailed input from others who store travel information in EN. How do you set it up and why (with examples) would be great. Also any thoughts or input would be great. And thanks in advance.
  12. I'll be doing quite a bit of traveling this summer, and I wanted to find a way to use the Atlas feature (on Mac) or the Places feature (on iPhone) to create a map of sights I'd like to see in particular cities. In theory, I could tap on each sight on my iPhone, and the Evernote note I've clipped about that place would pop up with contact info, hours, etc., so I wouldn't have to go hunting online to find it. Here's the rub: there doesn't seem to be a way to view only location-dependent notes that are within a certain notebook or labeled with a certain tag. For example, when I open up the Atlas view on my Mac, all of my location-labeled notes pop up, but I can't find a way to exclude some of them from the map view; same for Places on my iPhone. It appears to be an all-or-nothing proposition. This is problematic, because I'll have other notes regarding travel times, hotel information, shopping lists, etc. associated with nearby locations, so a bunch of notes will pop up that are irrelevant to sight-seeing. Can anyone who plans trips using Evernote offer some advice? Maybe I'm looking for a feature that doesn't exist, or maybe I'm just going about things in the wrong way.
  13. Do you know there's a new way to create maps from your Evernote specific notebooks/shared notebooks by inputing address, and they will show on your iPhone? This is the function offered by a new Evernote 3rd-party APP, GoLater. It makes your collection of the clipped web articles or notes of the places or travel tips transformed into various countries' maps. You can just open the map, focus to the district you would like to visit, and you will find all of your collection notes as well as the location on map on your iPhone. It will be very convenient for planning a party or date, business trip, weekend trip, a trip abroad, or even the spontaneous dining by just clipped web pages and go. GoLater also offers the trip plan that you can just gather the notes you want to visit in this trip, then easily view the list and get direction to reach the stops. In this way, you will have the to-go map totally matching to your own flavor, and each note will have its routing direction either by driving or walking. Welcome to have a look of GoLater How-to For more information, welcome to visit GoLater Website | Facebook | Blog Free to Download on APP Store. Thank you for your reading and welcome to give us your comments on how you feel about the iOS APP.
  14. I've been experimenting with ways of combining the GPS data from my bike ride (including the line data--GPX or KML) and geolocated Evernote notes. With Atlas on Mac V5, this is becoming an even more interesting prospect. The gist: What I want to end up with is a map that shows my route AND includes accessible notes along the route--sounds I heard, things I saw, businesses I caught that would be interesting to visit. Imagine a whole library of these. Would be awesome--routes and notes that detail landmarks. The one problem I've run into is finding a mapping tool that would allow me to overlay Evernote note data and the GPS route data. That's the nugget I still need to find.
  15. Anyone who has a boat can tell you, there are a *lot* of moving parts involved. Engines. GPS. Radar. Pumps. Random switches and nozzles and other various doohickeys. Keeping it all straight is a job in itself! To go with all of these doo-dads is a *massive* amount of paperwork. The engine has a manual. The steering wheel has a manual. The *teak oil* has its own manual. When you're wandering aimlessly around West Marine for the twentieth time in a weekend trying to remember exactly what type of oil your particular model of diesel engine takes, it can get frustrating. Not so with Evernote! Scan all those papers in! With a Premium account, all those previously indecipherable schematics become searchable, and instead of flipping through pages upon pages of documentation, you can simply search for "oil" and you'll find the right note. Tag it, and organize it however makes the most sense to you. And, of course don't forget to scan in that all important coast guard registration information. I can't tell you how many times the Coast Guard/Immigration has been impressed to see us pop it up from our iPad for them right away so they could start copying the relevant info as we went to retrieve the original. Once you've gotten all those in, you can surf the web and start clipping in information about marinas and the nearby towns you plan to check out, get your charts saved, put in a section for those knots you just can't get around to memorizing - whatever you want. While underway, you can keep your running log right in Evernote. Whenever you have internet, it will sync up to our servers, and you won't need to worry about your logbook getting waterlogged and having to copy it over into yet *another* notebook. Any other sailors or boaters have other ways they use Evernote to make their life on the water easier?
  16. Hi everyone, We are Xing App team, one of Evernote DevCup finalist, and winner of Honda Innovation Award in this year Evernote Conference. Xing is already an award winner in DevCup, but we are still thinking to push Xing to be a more useful tool for travellers. If you are interesting to help us to build an awesome app, you can help us by filling out the survey form: https://sysurvey.wufoo.com/forms/travel-with-evernote/ Or if you have any other suggestions to our app, Xing, you can just leave a message to me. Here to download Xing App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/xing-plan-travel-share.-best/id683917161?mt=8 Steven
  17. Experienced w MacBook, relatively new to iPad (3rd generation, wi-fi only) and OS 10.8.1, NEW to EN. Need step-by-step instructions, advice, pointers about how to set up notebook for the vacation Journal for trip to France. Thanks BG
  18. Great ideas for how you can use Evernote to plan a weekend outing from the founder of Weekend Sherpa: http://blog.evernote.com/2011/06/29/travel-series-planning-a-weekend-getaway-with-evernote-plus-outdoor-tips-from-weekend-sherpa/
  19. It seems we have quite a few cyclists out there. Outdoor travel is close enough Owned a few bikes, but I haven't presently left my (relatively) cheap ride, the K2 Zed 2.0, '05 model. Pretty basic hardtail. Discontinued, at the time I think it cost me around $4-500 and has served well with minimal enhancements and adjustments. I've put around 3,000 miles on it, with lord knows how many tuneups behind me. About the only thing I've had to replace were the disc breaks, chain gears, chain and bushings (all once). Other than that, it's pretty heavy (but sturdy) and can handle wrecks well. Important for me. Use it primarily for mountain biking and urban exploration. High performance road bikes and road biking tend to bore me, and I've never had the expendable income to justify buying another bike for something I have only a passing interest in. Though I've also taken the Zed (with nobbies) on a near suicidal MS150 run, twice. I really wouldn't recommend that to anyone, riding 150 (well, 163 to be exact) miles in 2 days on a mountain bike. Was a bad idea all around. It's due for another set of replacements, so I've been considering it may be time for a new mountain bike. Suggestions welcome.
  20. Evernote can take your collection of travel postcards to the next level. You can scan your postcards, tag them by dates or locations and if you ever need to look up the name of the place you remember visiting and picking up a postcard this information can be at your fingertips. Check out my blog post on this topic:http://photouristic.com/how-to-manage-a-collection-of-travel-postcards
  21. I am an avid traveler and few years back I discovered Passport to Your National Parks Program. Every time I go to a new place I am checking to see if any stamp locations are nearby. Evernote helped me organize my passport info in one place. Check out my blog post on this topic: http://photouristic.com/keeping-track-of-the-passport-to-national-parks-stamps-using-evernote
  22. I have been hiking the Pacific Crest Trail one section at a time over the last 2 years, completing over 1200 miles. Evernote has been an essential tool for both on trail (using iPhone Mobile App) and at home. Evernote helped me to save backpack weight, keep safe, informed, and organized while on the trail. For details how I use Evernote visit: http://ladyonarock.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/evernote-a-hikers-companion/
  23. http://c-shel.blogspot.com/2011/11/10-ways-evernote-can-organize.html Thanks for viewing!
  24. What are you favorite sources for outdoor travel inspiration, and how are you keeping track of them?
  25. Hi everyone, I'm Rebecca, software designer by day and outdoor travel nerd by night (and weekend, I guess). In 2003 I founded Calipidder.com, a site that offers trip reports, photographs, and gear advice for exploring California’s parks and remote backcountry on foot. As a resident of Silicon Valley, I make the best of my location by being equally technology nerd and mountain sports junkie. Evernote is the perfect tool to combine my two loves by allowing me to plan my adventures anywhere, anytime, on any of my multitude of devices. I look forward to sharing tips and tricks as well as learning from the rest of the Evernote community.
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