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  1. I use Evernote mainly for academic purposes. Very often, I need to enter a formula. However, Evernote does not support this feature. So I write the formula in LaTex and make a screenshot. But this is not optimal, of course. I would love to see a formula editor. It could be a graphic one (like in Microsoft Word) or a "scripted" one like in LaTex.
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    This coming Tuesday I'm going to be giving a talk to 150+ students at the University of Pretoria. The goal of the talk is to get students thinking about their long term purpose and goals, and how keeping their digital lives organised (using a system like Evernote) can facilitate that success. Onwards and upwards!
  3. Hi everyone. I'd really like to see a possibility to add text zones next to images (as seen in Word), as it is really useful to build compact notes without empty places and thus saves paper. As a uni student, I have to take screenshots or images from the classes and it would really allow a more practical layout. Also, I'd like to see an option to visualize while taking notes where the A4 page would end in order to anticipate the printing phase. Adding an option such as: see with lines or some kind of editable preview would make Evernote so much more functional as a student note app.
  4. I recently recognised there was a massive price discount for students which ended on Oct 31st 2016. Just enquiring if there is anything coming up soon? Uploaded a few class notes and in the first time using it I've hit my monthly allowance already!!
  5. Hi I'm new to Evernote but I'm looking to use it to organise my course paperwork: course structure details, notes etc. Currently it looks like this. (They won't stay in rows like this) Row 1 is general course information; Row 2 has the module titles and whether they are Phys or Phil and then organised 01-02-... I'll add to these notes each lecture writing the date and the topic and then making notes. These notes will be brief for now and will mainly be for adding links to sites that may help and to make small to do lists. How can I make it so that all to dos from various notes will come up in one search other than writing to do next to each checkbox? Does this seem to be an efficient and organised system? How else can I use Evernote for organisation? Thank you!
  6. Hello, I've been using Evernote user for some years now, firstly during my PhD years and now as a Lecturer. The App has evolved in many very useful ways, especially the full-text search, which is one of the most efficient I've ever used (compared to ReadCube or Zotero for ex.) But there's still some features missing for me (and for other academics I suppose) : 1. an automatic metadata extraction and article identification. I've discovered ReadCube recently and I must admit that this is just fantastic. I've nearly changed my habits and adopted ReadCube... (but as I wrote before, the full-text search is more efficient on Evernote, and habits are difficult to change !). I'm currently using both apps, but this is not a good solution, I'll have to choose in the end... 2. a proper EndNote-like function (or app) for citing ref. on my papers. That would be so great if Evernote could develop some features to look like the others univ. apps (Mendeley, ReadCube and EndNote for ex.) Best,
  7. I was was wondering how many college students have gone paperless with the help of Evernote. Is it possible? What is your experience? Thanks for your replies in advance! Looking forward to reading from you. If you like this topic, you might also want to have a look here:
  8. Hi This is my first post, i hope i didn't post in the wrong forum, if so my apologizes ! I'm new in evernote, only using it for a couple of week, and i have a question: How to organize my notes efficiently ? I'm a student and i like to see my notes organized perfectly. I'm listening to a lot of lectures, by different lecturers, dealing with different topics. And i don't know how to organize them ? At first i wanted to create one stack for school and one for personnal and then add a lectures notebook in my School stacks but then i don't know how to rename each lectures with different topics/lectures in different date. For example i have these type of notes: Semester 1: Lecturer 1: Computer - Lecture 1: topic 1 - Lecture 2: topic 2 - Lecture 3: topic 3 Lecturer 2: - Lecture 1: topic 1 - Lecture 2: topic 2 ... - Lecture 30: topic 30 etc.. Semester 2: Lecturer 1: Computer - Lecture 1: topic 1 - Lecture 2: topic 2 - Lecture 3: topic 3 Lecturer 2: - Lecture 1: topic 1 - Lecture 2: topic 2 ... - Lecture 30: topic 30 What would be the best ? One lecture stack with all lecture notes named like this: "Lecturer 1 - Semester 1 - Topic" Or make a Lecture stack with One notebook for each lecturer ? I'm afraid if i end up with 1000 of notebooks in the future.. Thanks for you advice and for your answers.
  9. Dear Evernote enthusiasts, I am a student in Neuroscience and Psychology and have been using Evernote since 2009. I love Evernote and its potential once you've developed a workflow and personal system. Sadly, many haven't achieved this... My New Year's Resolution (for January) is vague but exciting - write a 80 to 100 page ebook for college students on how to use Evernote for their studies and research. The final result should be available on February 1st, leaving me 27 days to write and publish it. I have figured that students are not using Evernote to its full potential and what they need is a clear and simple guide. I wish I had such a guide when I started at my University. That's why I am creating this. Helping students get more out of their tools and focus on things that matter. The ebook should consist of three parts. Part 1: short introduction and basics of Evernote Part 2: specific advice for college use Part 3: use cases/examples from the community Part 3 (and 2) is where you come into play! I'd love to hear from you how you regularly use Evernote in college. If you are a teacher/professor, tell me about the advice you give to students how to use this nifty little piece of software. Also, if you wish that I cover a specific topic (e.g. citation) I can try to implement your thoughts and ideas (don't worry, I am going to talk about citation). Problems you are facing or things you are struggling with can equally be mentioned here. From having too many notebooks and tags to not knowing how to integrate citation with Evernote properly for example. Let's open the discussion and forum brainstorming! I am very curious. And thanks for your contribution. Only with your help the ebook will be successful. Btw, you can send me a PM anytime too. Flavio
  10. This is my only snag on going fully paperless. I read a lot of papers for grad school and I keep them all in Evernote. In many of my classes, we have in-class discussions on some papers. Before Evernote, I would keep a copy of the paper open on my laptop and then take notes in my notebook. Though I do have a scanner, I'd like to start taking notes directly in Evernote. However, I've not found a good way to do this yet. Right now, what I do is create a new note with the paper as an attachment. I leave some empty lines at the top of the note for note taking. When discussions reference the paper, I have to scroll or search for the section to look at, then scroll back up to the top to continue taking notes. This is a huge workflow disruption and I often end up not getting the notes I want or skipping the references and just waiting for discussion to resume. Is there a good way to accomplish what I'd like to do?
  11. Hey Guys, I am trying to use Evernote to keep all of my course notes together so I can search them at great length when it comes to revision time and also access everything, anywhere, anytime. However I am having some problems with my initial setup when it comes to hand written notes. I have a ScanSnap which I am using to scan in all my hand written notes. I have also read that for the best hand writing recognition you should use JPG not PDF. I have tried doing this but each individual side of paper goes into a separate note. You can then merge them but it then goes in the wrong order. Does anyone have any housekeeping tips on how to make this progress work quickly and effectively how you would want it to work (scan in, in the correct oder, one note and filed). I don't want to be spending 10 minutes each time for my hand written notes. Any help/tips/suggestions would be great. Hopefully I explained my problem to a great enough extent. Thanks in advance !
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