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Posted by Vincek
Oct 13, 2011 at 06:00 PM


Alexander Deliyannis wrote:

>I think the best that one can do is use Evernote for reference,
>and export notes in an organised way to another program which is stronger in textual
>manipulation. In this respect Evernote is quite flexible; you can select as many
>notes, consecutive or not, and export them as separate .html files or a single
>aggregated one. These can then be imported to a great variety of programs including
> >In this respect, any program that can monitor a directory and automatically
>import new files to its database (Zoot and UltraRecall comes to mind off the top of my
>head, but they are also not ideal for writing) represents a possible ‘companion’ to

Absolutely correct. And I would add that the program should be able import MULTIPLE html files simultaneously.

ActionOutline does not have ANY import capabilities.  Adios AO.

Agree that UltraRecall and Zoot look like possibilities, but I really would like an app customized for researching and writing a complex book.

In playing with Scrivener for Windows, it does have the capability to import multiple html files from Evernote simultaneously.  The more I learn about this program the more it looks like the solution I need.  Really appreciate your help in getting me pointed in the right direction.