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Problems with sharing to Evernote from Pocket app

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Hi everyone.

I'm an evernote pro user from a few months, and I'm loving it!

I want to better organize my daily news reading, so I was thinking to use feedly+pocket+evernote: feedly to browse through all of my daily feeds, pocket to save the interesting, and evernote to save only the important one.

I use these services on my windows pc and on my android phone (Samsung Galaxy Note 3).

I have found a problem in this chain: when try to share an article from the pocket app to evernote, it simply clips the text and loses all the images and the other attachments.

I made a test with the ios version of these 2 apps, and it worked perfectly.

Is this a known problem of the android app?

Can I make something to bypass the problem?

Thanks to everyone and sorry for my poor english

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Why not drop Pocket out of the equation and just save your material to Evernote to read later?  Delete the items you don't want to keep when they're read.

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The feeds I read every day are full of images, I don't want to exceed the 1 gb limit.

The sharing to Evernote is also a pro feature of Feedly.

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Yesterday I have tried also with ifttt.

First I have done a recipe to send the article to Evernote when I save for later in Feedly, and then another one to send to Evernote when I sign as preferred in pocket.

But in both cases I end with only title and link in the Evernote note...am I doing something wrong?

Thinking of another way: do you know any windows desktop RSS reader that has Evernote sharing?

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IFTTT takes a bit of getting used. Best would be for a friend or colleague or family member to help you.

If you cannot do that, you can still leave Pocket in the equation.

When you view an article in Pocket, at the top of the page there is a button that says "view original". Click on it and you get to the original web page. From there you can use the Web Clipper or Clearly to clip the entire page to Evernote, including images. Clearly works better than the WC for images.

By the way, I used to use Feedly as well, but am now using Inoreader for 2 reasons: I prefer the lay-out + it is possible to send articles directly to Pocket, for which you don't need a premium account, whereas with Feedly you.

My workflow is also: RSS reader --> Pocket --> Evernote.

I don't like using Evernote as a "read it later" app because it gets clogged up with stuff of which you don't want to keep everything permanently. In my view Evernote should only serve for keeping stuff (semi)permanently & for "read it later" one should use a specialised service liek Pocket or another.

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IFTTT takes a bit of getting used. Best would be for a friend or colleague or family member to help you.

If you cannot do that, you can still leave Pocket in the equation.

When you view an article in Pocket, at the top of the page there is a button that says "view original". Click on it and you get to the original web page. From there you can use the Web Clipper or Clearly to clip the entire page to Evernote, including images. Clearly works better than the WC for images.

By the way, I used to use Feedly as well, but am now using Inoreader for 2 reasons: I prefer the lay-out + it is possible to send articles directly to Pocket, for which you don't need a premium account, whereas with Feedly you.

My workflow is also: RSS reader --> Pocket --> Evernote.

I don't like using Evernote as a "read it later" app because it gets clogged up with stuff of which you don't want to keep everything permanently. In my view Evernote should only serve for keeping stuff (semi)permanently & for "read it later" one should use a specialised service liek Pocket or another.

Thanks for your help.

I can use ifttt pretty well, but with these apps it seems not to be able to clip the whole article.

I know it's possible to clip to evernote with the wc opening the page from feedly on the web, my problem is doing it on my smartphone.

With Feedly I can simply add an article to pocket, I don't need a premium account for it, and it works pretty well.

My problem is then sending from pocket on my android smartphone to evernote, this simply doesn't work.

How do you send article from pocket to evernote?

I presume you have an ios device and so this sharing feature works well.

I can't see on the web version of pocket the possibility to share to evernote.

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This is the miracle I've been waiting for. I used the archive rss. This allows me to send Feedly and Zite articles to Pocket to read later. When I archive it in Pocket I get a full copy in Evernote in a notebook and tagged for reference.

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This is the miracle I've been waiting for. I used the archive rss. This allows me to send Feedly and Zite articles to Pocket to read later. When I archive it in Pocket I get a full copy in Evernote in a notebook and tagged for reference.

 

 

 

 

 

Yeah! That is what I was looking for!  In the future, if there is a way to use pocket tagging and translate them to Evernote with full content, taht would be great :)

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That last might be a step too far - you'd have to ask Capeably...

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