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DTLow

Filterize and Table of Contents notes

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Evernote has a Table of Contents feature, a list of notes with links to the actual note.

This works well for static data, but for changing data we need the most current list

Third party app Filterize has a feature that will keep these ToC notes updated with the latest note list

There's a video at 

 

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Interesting. I had not heard about this service, thanks for sharing.

Are you using it? If so, have you seen significant benefits?

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2 hours ago, TK0047 said:

Are you using it? If so, have you seen significant benefits?

I'm not a "Filterize" user
With my background as a developer and as a Mac user I roll my own automation using the built in scripting tools
 

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Would you be willing to share your 'automation using the built in scripting tools'?

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On 2/7/2018 at 4:57 PM, DTLow said:

I'm not a "Filterize" user
With my background as a developer and as a Mac user I roll my own automation using the built in scripting tools
 

Filterize looks very powerful and promising. Can you really build all the core functions of Filterize with the built-in Mac scripting tool?

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On 8/16/2018 at 2:44 AM, akrde said:

Can you really build all the core functions of Filterize with the built-in Mac scripting tool?

I'd give a qualified yes, the scripting is flexible
Of course there are more powerful tools available but we're all bound by Evernote APIs

One exception is that Filterize runs in the cloud; it's all automatic.
The Mac scripting requires a Mac computer.  I use Macs anyway, and I have a Mac Mini running at home on the back of my desk.

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On 7/21/2018 at 6:15 AM, Dexdexter said:

Would you be willing to share your 'automation using the built in scripting tools'?

Sorry, I missed responding to this post2046468634_ScreenShot2018-08-16at07_37_55.thumb.png.f2c78df8e16492f0bcc8b229e736cbda.png
Yes, I'm willing to share and there's other scripters posting in the forums

The attached list is a partial list of my scripts.
I've also started a discussion thread at

 

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