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  1. Hello, fellow Evernote users! My name is Myles McGinley, and I am the founder of Tangle, a knowledge management tool and Evernote integration that generates connections between your notes and automatically shows you them in an explorable graph. We are launching our closed alpha test in early July and are looking for passionate Evernote users to try out Tangle and give us feedback. Click here to sign-up! A bit about why we are building Tangle: We have found that our knowledge is siloed. It is siloed as thoughts in our notebooks, emails in our inbox, and files in our folders. Most importantly, it is siloed across people. The greatest innovation, collaboration, and creative breakthroughs come from connections, yet our technology continues to focus on isolated content creation. A solution for personal knowledge management in today's world of information overload should be holistic and connected. It should constantly give you the feeling of building an explorable map. It should frequently elicit the dopamine rush of the Aha! moment. It should automatically connect your current thinking to the past. It should not only seal the cracks through which so many of our ideas slip but opportunistically bring them back to the surface when helpful. That is how it feels using Tangle. We are building it because we believe in empowering everyone to capture and connect thoughts to create big ideas. A description of the product: Tangle is your personal knowledge graph. It’s a tool that leverages the power of connections to make anything you write down more valuable. Capture your thoughts, jot down ideas or take notes without worrying about how to organize them and watch as they connect automatically with any related information in your tangle. Easily surface interesting relationships between what you know when you search your tangle. You can also integrate Tangle with Evernote. Easily import your Evernote notebook to seed your tangle and immediately visualize all the connections between your notes. Don't worry, this is a one-way import, we do not touch any of your Evernote data and anything you import into Tangle can be easily exported as well. We will be developing more integrations soon! We'd love some of you guys to give Tangle a shot. If you are interested in learning more, visit https://usetangle.com and sign-up! Thanks for reading! Feel free ask any questions and I will be sure to get back to you.
  2. adamitj@gmail.com

    Evernote TAG Treeview

    I wish that Evernote organizes the tag Tree View recursively. I set a lot of related Tags to my notes and that would be awesome to navigate through in a recursive treeview. Example: Two notes with 3 tags each one: i) Feature, Text, Evernote ii) Feature, Picture, Evernote Should be seen as below (if all nodes are expanded): - Evernote - Feature - Text - Picture - Picture - Feature - Text - Feature - Feature - Evernote - Text - Picture - Picture - Evernote - Text - Evernote - Picture - Evernote - Feature - Feature - Evernote - Text - Evernote - Feature - Feature - Evernote PS: To reduce CPU usage all lower level leafs should appear only when the upper lead is expanded.
  3. tl;dr - We've launched a public alpha of our new visualization tool for Evernote. Try the app here: http://medleynotes.appspot.com. Feedback appreciated! -- I'm part of a team working on a new research project on digital note taking the Aviz visualization group at INRIA (the French national research institute for computer science & automation). The project is focused on understanding digital note taking practices and building visualization tools to help support better management and analysis of digital notes. As the first stage of this project, we've recently launched a web app called Medley (http://medleynotes.appspot.com) that uses the Evernote APIs to generate some simple visualizations that let Evernote users explore their note taking behavior over time and (optionally) contribute anonymized metadata to our research corpus. This is the first stage of a larger digital note taking project in which we're planning to build a number of more sophisticated visual tools for inspecting, analyzing, and organizing digital notes, so we'd appreciate any feedback! Additionally, if you know any other Evernote user groups who might be interested, feel free to forward the link to them or point me in their direction. Thanks! _wes Wesley Willett AVIZ group | INRIA Saclay Île-de-France
  4. Today I have a notebook that is ~200 notes in size and growing fast. In the next few months it will hit 400-500 items. I need a better tool to visualize what I have. In the pre-electronic days I would have written an index card for each item and group them in the floor. Instead today I'm using Stromboard (picture attached), but its slow and time consuming because I have to reference each note manually. In a perfect world Evernote would display the title, tags and first few words from a each note in its own postit. I would then organize according to my current thing. I would like to be able to organize them manually and add comments or pictures. I would very happily pay for this service. Cheers Mark
  5. If you have a lot of different notes in your Evernote notebooks, it may be interesting to see how they are all connected. I developed an app that can do just that - visualize your notes as a graph, show you the most important connecting concepts, how they relate to each other, and where you have gaps in your knowledge. It can be a very useful tool and I'd like to invite you to try it on http://www.infranodus.com (PM me for an invite, as it's a closed beta at the moment). Also, you can read more about how it works on our blog: http://noduslabs.com/cases/evernote-iphone-notes-text-network-graph/ Thank you!
  6. I am using Evernote heavily for storing notes and research papers. Would be nice to have some kind automated clustering and classification capability with nice visualisations to remember and keep track on everything. Ultimately the application could utilise, with permission of course, metadata/data collected from other users as well. ...using that the tool could also give recommendations of new articles based on the distilled profiles. And why not targeted advertisements for those who do not like to pay the price of the premium version