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Hi All I just had a question in relation to saving excel documents into Evernote. As I understand it - you can drag and drop an excel document into Evernote, open it from there, edit and save and all the changes will be saved. However, is it possible to save a new version of the excel into the same note? The reason I ask is because I tend to update my spreadsheets daily and get into the habit of saving a new version every time I make a big update/change in case I need to reverse it earlier. i.e. i might start off with Work v1, save it as Work v2, Work v3 each morning. That way i can track changes and go back to an older version of the excel in case I make a mistake or change that I did not want. Essentially, it is my way of using "undo" when the actions have been performed from days or even weeks before etc. Is there an easy way to do this in Evernote? At the moment, I have to save the daily version onto my desktop, and then drag it back into the note as a separate attachment. Any help on this would be much appreciated!
Our company is considering using Evernote to replace our current knowledge base. We are currently using OneNote for a piece of that. We have 3 key requirements that we are not quite sure about. I look forward to your prompt replies as we are planning to make a decision within the next 2 weeks! Version control? Is auto time-stamping available with Plus or Premium accounts? We will need notes stamped somehow with name of person who made the change AND who approved the change? API call? Can a note be easily referenced in Salesforce notes showing the resource the agent used in documenting a call? Dynamic frequently used list (most popular) notes visible to the agent on the phone? Top hits auto populate for agents, but we need that list to be identical for all agents' PCs. We would like to schedule a conference call if necessary to expedite getting clear answers on this matter if needed. Thank you for your time!
As a premium subscriber - I want evernote to make my versioned notebooks available in evernote markup as git repositories. The minimum implementation would be a daily cron or similar to export/update a personal read-only git repo for version controlled backups. A backup is not a backup if it cannot be restored, it is an archive at best. Next step is to allow me to restore my evernote information from my Evernote git repository. The rationale: I have an easy backup mechanism - running git clone on a regular basis. Anyone who can use git, will want (and understand) this feature, which would be amazing for Windows, OsX, and Linux It makes it easier for people to do whatever they want with regards to personal automation around their evernote notes. It will lower the barrier for innovation on evernote content on all platforms. If write access allowed, It makes it easier to use any other external text/xml manipulation tool to update evernote. Make it easier to detect and track changes in your documents, as git is a mature tool for this, and so are the tools that use it. This "git backup" feature has the side benefit of making it easier for mature 3rd party tools on unsupported platforms e.g. Linux, OpenBSD, or anywhere GUI's fail, but git works!. That's it. This is what i am campaigning for now.