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How create a base of links with Evernote

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Hello,

I wish to create easily a base of links for several personal and private blogs on Blogger in order to find  my   posts   related to a subject, written   on several  blogs

The elements to register in  evernote  for each post are  at least  URL , titre, labels 

I have  tried with PSE   http://pse.contraterrene.com/engine/

This tool does the work (see capture)  but manual data entry is a very long operation 

I have  Evernote web clipper and I have just discovered the option : "favori" . 

The tool is then for me ....

Is not possible to have also the labels of each post  registered  ?

Thank you 

 

 

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2 hours ago, evjcg said:

Hello,

I wish to create easily a base of links for several personal and private blogs on Blogger in order to find  my   posts   related to a subject, written   on several  blogs

The elements to register in  evernote  for each post are  at least  URL , titre, labels 

I have  tried with PSE  http://pse.contraterrene.com/engine/

This tool does the work (see capture)  but manual data entry is a very long operation 

I have  Evernote web clipper and I have just discovered the option : "favori" . 

The tool is then for me ....

Is not possible to have also the labels of each post  registered  ?

Thank you 

 

 

pse.JPG

I think you can use the Evernote TAGS for the labels from the blog posts. So you can tag your Evernote note when you are clipping the blog post that will be the same as the labels of the post.

But I am not sure if there is an easy way to automatically recognize the labels and make them a tag with the clipper.

I hope I understood your inquiry correctly.

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