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Information conveniently captured in Evernote; now what?

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Posted by Dr Andus
Mar 28, 2013 at 11:58 PM


Just came across Postach.io today, a blogging plaftorm which feeds of Evernote apparently:


Posted by WSP
Mar 29, 2013 at 02:01 AM


This is probably a low-tech solution, but it’s easy to copy a note link in Evernote and then paste that link into another program. I’ve done some experiments with MyInfo, but I assume it would work with other programs as well. I am able to create a simple outline in MyInfo with links that bring up particular notes in Evernote.

For that matter, you can do the same thing completely within Evernote. Just create an outline in one or more new notes, then paste note links into them.

It works reasonably well. It’s not the high-level synthesis everyone here seems to want, but it’s a quick and effective way of organizing a lot of miscellaneous information that’s been dumped into Evernote.



Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Mar 30, 2013 at 08:14 PM


Dr Andus: thanks for the heads up on postach.io it seems really good within the context of my use of Evernote.

Bill (WSP): this is indeed an option, though it falls more under connection, rather than the integration which me and Vince are looking for. That said, I wish other software would provide this common sense approach to linking documents offered by the likes of Connected Text, Evernote and Surfulater.


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