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  1. My tasks in Toodledo have fields for Location, Context, Status, and Folder. Toodledo exports to CSV and XML. The CSV export has a column for each field and a row for each task. How may I convert each task to a note in Evernote with each Location corresponding to the Evernote Notebook of the note and with the Context, Status, and Folder field values as tags of the note?
  2. Hi all, I have kind of a doozy of a question, so this is probably geared more towards the power users and the code savvy. I recently realized that the notes in Evernote are in XHTML which is awesome because, being someone who knows XHTML, allows me a whole world of formatting possibilities that I can't get through the Evernote application itself. Obviously to do this, I need to open the files in my code editor and work on the actual code of the file. After some poking around in the directory structure, I found where the notes are stored, however finding specific notes is a bit of a guessing game at this point. The notes themselves are not uniquely named(they're all named note.xhtml) but rather it's the directories that they belong to that are uniquely named, meaning each note has its own directory. The names for the directories, however, are long strings of hex code that for the life of me, I can't derive any specific meaning from. This makes finding a specific note that I want to work on basically an exercise in futility. I was wondering if anyone had any idea as to what the directory name hex codes are referring to, or if anyone is a lot smarter than me, if they could figure it out. A directory name looks like this: FF00EA3A-80B3-4F9B-BE8E-9470B8155087 If you compute each hex value you get: 4278250042-32947-20379-48782-163211845652615 So yea, I totally don't know what to make of this, but I really want to understand what the hex values correspond to so I can easily find notes and open them in my code editor to allow me to really get after some formatting on these things. Thanks!
  3. I have hundreds of books cataloged in Google Books Library (not Google Play Books). See here: http://goo.gl/P4mJes I would like to move this database into Evernote. GBL allows an export into an XML file. I don't, of course, simple want to add the XML as an attachment. Ideally what I'm looking for is a script that would parse the XML file then create a note for each book into a note; including a cover image, and other details. I'm open to other ideas too. Thanks.
  4. Hi, I'm trying to export, scrape, or otherwise gather nearly a year's worth of my private Tumblr posts to bring this content into Evernote with the tags intact. The posts' timestamps would also be nice to have, but this is not critical. So far, I have tried my luck with Hao Chen's Tumblr2Wordpress tool, and I have been able to get a Wordpress XML file of the content I want to import. The next step is to find something that can use the contents of the Wordpress XML to convert it into something that Evernote can read/import. I have been searching all day and have not been able to find what I'm looking for. Is there a script, tool, or method that can take a Wordpress XML export and format it for use in Evernote? Or is there perhaps another approach I should be taking to get my content out of Tumblr and into a format Evernote can use?
  5. Hi guys and Evernote Developers, I am a proud user of Evernote for its ease of use and its many practicalities. I have also tried many (and most) other outliner programs on mac, windows and web platforms to see how Evernote matches up and how it could be improved. While Evernote still comes out on top, I find it hard for it to compete with web programs in the area of data collection. I also find it lacking in some areas where it could be drawing new users. This is why I propose that Evernote take the transition into a program which lets users create and own their own personal internets. I say this as some programs like voodoo pad which I admire, let the user create their own personal wikis with automated creation of links as you type to pages with that name. I think this should be implemented into Evernote as a cool way to structure and organise your notes, but it could go further. Evernote could be the first outliner program to fully support the creation and modification of web pages internally. That is, full support of javascript, flash and all the other things that make the web work so that when an article is clipped from the internet, it works exactly the same in Evernote (some features to block the ads would be good though). I have heard users ask this before, so why not go all the way. Evernote should not only be able to run pages natively, but browse the web as well. This would be extremely useful for data collection if you could have the internet and the outliner in the same window! Also, to go with this would have to be a large search bar up the top (of course), bookmarks (of web pages and notes), a startup page (how about the new Evernote pin-up board acting also as a web quick start page) and the ability to assign a note or web page to be your startup page, viewing history and if possible extensions or the ability to use chrome extensions of something. Also, for the developers, some tools to modify the scripts on the page (including note xml) would be useful, like the tools bar and editor at the bottom of the chrome and safari web browsers. All these features can be implemented by using code from the open source Chromium browser. To appeal to the web developers, it would be great also if Evernote was a bit more like Coda - a great and very simple web coding program. Note XML and page HTML could be opened up in a page like this in a new tab if people choose, from a button in the developer tools at the bottom. Adding the variety of different languages which Coda supports could be left to 3rd party developers. I also love the buttons at the top to switch between modes. In Evernote it could be web page, source code, outliner, markup. About the last one - markup. This is something which I think Evernote lacks as a quick note tool. Some of the tools from Skitch should be implemented right into Evernote as well as more ability to manipulate images like resize them. Some simple mind mapping tools would also be very good. A feature which has been asked for by many users before is tabs. This would become a must in a web and wiki program. My suggestion is using Opera style tabs which enable the sorting of tabs into groups which stack on top of each other then expand sideways when clicked. This could be done automatically in groups accordion to the notebooks that notes are sorted in and the web pages just as normal tabs (people can sort these into groups themselves as they browse). This image also demonstrates Opera's quick look feature. I also like that feature in IE which lets you see a layout of all your open tabs in one window (but I won't open that can of worms) One final, final feature which I suggest would be useful (even though i'm sure there are countless others) is the ability to grab a tab or page and drag it to a section on the screen to divide the page into two like your can do on the desktop on a windows computer. This would just make comparing, referring to and collecting data from things a lot simpler even on windows than resizing the whole screen. I know the was a lot to take in, and I congratulate anyone who even read it all, but that is the way I think Evernote should progress in the future. You may have a conflicting vision or an idea to improve this one. If so, I would very much like to hear it.
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