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Word recognition in Evernote

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Greetings,

I was wondering if this is possible to do in Evernote at all, thank you in advance.

Word Recognition

If I type “Call Gary about Cole Schotz lease”, it automatically places that same entry in

1)      Tenants view, (Gary is recognized as a tenant)

2)      Lawyers view ,(Cole Schotz is recognized as a lawyer)

3)      Calls view

4)      Calendar under Wednesday

Lotus Agenda allowed me to input words, people, companies etc into a parent / child database. As such, I was easily able to create where I want word recognition to be connected.

 

 

I have a need to cross reference information that pertains to many categories.

For example, information gleaned from articles about a medical stock (i.e. AMGN)  will apply to:

- future articles about that same stock,

-competitors to that stock,

-may also apply to biotech stocks,

- economic themes etc.

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First off, Evernote doesn't have "views"
Instead, there's an extensive search feature
You can search for assigned tags, for example tag:Calls tag:Tenant_Gary tag:Lawer_ColeSholtz
You can also do a text search for "Cole Sholtz"

After you have a search that meets your requirements, save it and assign a shortcut

There is no automatic assignment.
You can use third party tool; I use scripting on my Mac

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1 minute ago, DTLow said:

First off, Evernote doesn't have "views"
Instead, there's an extensive search feature
You can assign tags to notes, for example tag:Calls tag:Tenant-Gary tag:Lawer-ColeSholtz
You can also do a text search for "Cole Sholtz"

There is no automatic assignment.
You can use third party tool; I use scripting on my Mac

Do you have any ideas of third-party tools that do that on Windows?

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3 minutes ago, Marko999 said:

Do you have any ideas of third-party tools that do that on Windows?

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