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Amelie Li

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Sharing the beauty of Mayan Calendar
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Sam Nead

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PC mag weighs in with some good reasoning, citing many note taking app alternatives.

http://www.pcmag.com/article/346151/why-you-should-continue-paying-for-evernote
Note takers everywhere are talking about leaving Evernote after recent price hikes. But how much of a hassle would it be, and will the alternatives work for you? Here's what you need to know.
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Patrick Jordan's profile photoMark Dodson's profile photo
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I've tried some others. I could probably live with OneNote, it could work, but I don't think it would be better. The $35 per year I'm paying for Plus is almost nothing compared to other things I have to pay for.
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Sam Nead

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Brett Kelly weighs in with his thoughts on the [edit: new] Evernote subscription hikes. A good read.

How about you?

https://brettkelly.org/evernote-price-increase/
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Sam Nead's profile photoT. Mark Walker's profile photo
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Excellent article Brett, couldn't agreement with you more. If you don't like the pricing, move on, end of story.
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April Dudley

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I wonder if anyone has had this problem... I'm in a meeting, taking notes on my Samsung Tablet (12.2) using Evernote. The meeting is over and I push the arrow to go to all my notes, then close Evernote. Open Evernote again to make additional comments to share the note and everything I just typed from the meeting is gone. I would say that this occurs several times. Am I missing something? Any suggestions?
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Scott Patterson's profile photoApril Dudley's profile photo
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The internet connection is there. Unfortunately it happened again today in a meeting. I think i'll have to take notes in another app and transfer over to Evernote.
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Francisco Sáez

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Getting Things Done with Evernote. A GTD app fully integrated with Evernote.

The ultimate solution for Evernote power users who love GTD.
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Ronald L's profile photoFrancisco Sáez's profile photo
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Well, FacileThings provides you a GTD structure so you don't need to keep everything in your mind. For example, you'll have well defined processes to clarify and review your system. This way you can only focus on getting things done.
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Sehen Sie sich diesen großartigen Unknown Winery an. Ich gebe ihm 5 von 5 Sternen mit der @Vivino App: http://www.vivino.com/wines/12216974
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Süss in der Msse, jedoch überraschenderweose relativ trocken im Hsumen http://www.vivino.com/wines/12131586
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Carlos Novoa

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I think this is going to be great! 
Every day, Evernote customers create millions of notes that link to Google Drive. We’re proud to announce that Evernote and Google Drive now work better together, making it easier than ever to capture, organize, and collaborate on whatever is on your mind.
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James Shewmaker's profile photoTim Morrison's profile photo
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I swear I've always been able to do this! 
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Andy Roddam

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What is the best way to organize the resources for my project?

I have been using Evernote for a long time now, but I still can't seem to find the best way to manage the resources that I find online during my research.

I really like the web-clipper tool and when I know 100% that I will use a resource for my project, I will tend to clip the article using the browser extension. My problem is that I seem to get half-way through my research before I realize which articles I should be saving and which articles are of no use. Often as I get closer to the end of my research, I realize that there are some important elements in some of the articles that I haven't saved and I need to go back and find it again. This is not always that easy. If I've looked at many articles over the past few days, sometimes google or browser history will still be extremely painful as I have to reread lots of articles.

Does anyone else ever have this problem? How do you deal with it? Can you suggest a better workflow?
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Paul Cravens's profile photoAndy Roddam's profile photo
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+Paul Cravens , +Julie Goucher and +Alan Johnson You have given me some great ideas to experiment with. I'm going to try and experiment with some of these methods. Very much appreciated :)
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Andrew Hughes

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This is going to sound really picky and it probably is but I shall say it anyway. Why can we just not have an option to delete note? I eventually found the 'move note to trash' in the drop down menu, having looked at it about half a dozen times looking for and trying to find the delete note button.

Moving a note to trash is deleting it, I get it. But practically every piece of software ever written and almost all UI's in existence seem to use 'Delete'. After however many years by brain is conditioned to look for the delete option not moving something to trash.

Seriously it is these little things that can make Evernote so annoying at times.

Rant over!
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Andrew Hughes's profile photoSteve Allen's profile photo
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Fair enough
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Ollie Campbell

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I have a four year old son. And like most four year olds, he’s a creative genius. One day as I was watching him play with Lego, I finally…
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Andrew Longhofer's profile photoT. Mark Walker's profile photo
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Evernote is only as "siloed" as you make. That's why I like it. It is whatever I want it to be.
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Francisco Sáez

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+FacileThings, featured in the New & Noteworthy section of the Evernote App Center: https://appcenter.evernote.com/ ‪#‎GTD‬ ‪#productivity
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Thanks +Francisco Sáez, I hadn't been to that site in awhile. Congrats on your feature.
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Ron C

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Making the move from Evernote to OneNote. Rest easy, we'll import your notes for you. We appreciate that you're thinking about a change to OneNote. As part of the Office family, OneNote will feel familiar from the start. And it's 100% free. Download the importer. Preview version (English only) ...
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The thing is, I love Microsoft and I also love Evernote! It would be so easy to just import everything into OneNote and save the money on my Evernote premium account, after all, I also pay for Office 365. Not going to do it though, having TWO lovers makes me very happy. And it's good to know that, should my first love (EV) choose to leave me, I will be able to move in with the other in a flash.
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Sam Nead

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In Evernote MOBILE, when I open a saved note I should be able to tap-select the Title or Note area and immediately begin editing. But as it stands, we have to select the edit tool button first.

Anyone with me on this?
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gaz umped's profile photoSam Nead's profile photo
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Mysterious changes = butt editing :) Thanks Gaz.
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Pravin Vibhute

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Evernote Passcode For Everyone
Yes, the tiny but extremely useful Passcode feature is now available for Evernote free accounts.
Thanks +Evernote
Update your app now..

#TopTrix 
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+Rich O. OK. You don't have to enter the Passcode to create note from widget. You have to enter Passcode only when you open the app to view notes.
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Abel Muñoz

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To Moderator, "Spaces" released by Google, https://get.google.com/spaces/
Create a space, instantly. Comic books, tiny homes, Paris trip, study group? Just one tap to make a Space about any topic. Invite friends in a snap. Get the right people in each Space with a quick link via messaging, email, or whatever. Share all the things. With Google Search and YouTube built ...
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New +Evernote updates for Android + Windows 
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Mark Pugh

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Do you feel positive about Evernote's future after reading this?
By any standard, the past year has been hard on Evernote. Phil Libin, who led the company to 100 million registered users and a $1 billion valuation, abruptly quit the CEO post last July,...
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Andrea Loris Perazzoli's profile photoPatrick Jordan's profile photo
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I love this bit of one of his answers on what is Evernote's place in the world:

"’Im here because I love Evernote. I’ve used it for many years. I connect deeply to the brand, the purpose, the mission, the product itself. I use it as a super-power to get shit done — to basically help me curate all the stuff that bombards me every day. We’re all bombarded with knowledge all day long. You need a safe space to capture ideas and come back and cultivate them, to then bring them to action. Evernote is, in many ways, the tool that helps you determine the signal in a very noisy world."
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