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How to use Evernote to log all the discussions with client in gmail?

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Hey guys,

Whenever I work with clients I create a project like CALMERA Project in Evernote and I use tags to tag. 

I have been experiencing a problem when people reply on these mails. Because the next notes do not get into my Evernote book any more.

 

CALMERA is a note book in Evernote. #leon is the name of the person #2016 is the tag of year 2016.

 

I create an email with the subject @CALMERA Project This email is about progress #leon #2016.

 

I put everything in the body plus attachment. I send it to the client client@gmail.com and I cc my evernote email eg myemail.evernote.com

 

This email and note will end up in the notebook CALMERA and I see the topic called Project This email is about progress. And I see tags 2016 and leon.

 

But when the client replies to my email and the topic becomes FW @CALMERA Project This email is about progress #leon #2016 I do not see the emails anymore in my notebook.

 

Evernote does not recognize the @ anymore.... because there is a FW in front of it..... HELP.....

 

I NEED THIS TO WORK.

 

How to fix it?

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22 hours ago, Runy said:

But when the client replies to my email and the topic becomes FW @CALMERA Project This email is about progress #leon #2016 I do not see the emails anymore in my notebook.

Evernote does not recognize the @ anymore.... because there is a FW in front of it

The @notebook parameter has to be at the end of the subject, not the beginning
The subject would be:    This email is about progress @CALMERA #leon #2016

Having the FW in front should have no impact

Are you sure when the client replies, they cc your Evernote email?

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Thanks so much! Putting it at the end makes sense. Will try that.

 

I asked the client to always reply all. That way the cc will continue to be filled in automatically.

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Specific format is email subject followed by reminder if you want to set one (!yyyy/mm/dd) followed by notebook if you want to set one (@notebook), followed by tags if you want to add any (#tag1 #tag2 ....).  You can add all or note of the terms, just in the above sequence.

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Ok cshilling. Thanks. Great. I did not know the set date.

 

Ok this post is closed. I will use that.

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29 minutes ago, Runy said:

Ok cshilling. Thanks. Great. I did not know the set date.

 

Ok this post is closed. I will use that.

You are welcome.

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