There isn't anything built-in to either Evernote or Google Docs (now called "Google Drive") that will do a synchronization. Both services have an API so it would be possible for a third-party to build a synchronization tool.
One service which seems to do what you ask is cloudHQ. As of June 2012, this is a paid service which has a free option with limited ...
CloudHQ is a paid service that supports one-way syncing between a variety of cloud platforms
I can't comment on whether or not the output would be supported by LibreOffice or HTML, but it seems likely that it would. I would email the developers.
I note that some limited keyboard shortcuts/hotkeys work with the current version (Feb 2017).
The ones I have found are:
I've searched for an official list, but there doesn't appear to be one. This could be because different browsers and platforms may have conflicting shortcuts.
In the list of keyboard shortcuts for ...
Your question represents a longstanding gripe among Evernote users, myself included. While they allow merging of notes, splitting them is not supported, and neither is the creation of separate pages within a single note. (The closest you could get might be uploading a multi-page pdf into a single note.)
Apart from Note Taker for OS X, I can't think of any ...
The main reason I do not use iOS's builtin note taking app, is its
lack of support for folders
On notes in iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 or later, you can organize notes in folders.
I use it as an Evernote alternative, and think it's much better for it's simplicity, offline support and sync between devices. I've never found anything else that can match it's ...
There are many alternatives, though perhaps none with the richness of Evernote.
BTW, I think that offline support is still available. It was available for favourites on the standard login but for everything if you sign up for Premium - has that changed?
One alternative is Microsoft OneNote. You can have free OneNote notebooks by signing up to live.com, the ...
Here's one way to solve this problem, using a combination of Evernote and the Wisestamp browser extension (available for both Firefox and Chrome). The features needed are available in the free versions of these tools.
Evernote allows you to create a public notebook. That notebook comes with an RSS feed. You can also use Evernote's tags to organize your ...
I was facing the same issue, but I have found a solution. I used IFTTT to create a recipe with Todoist and Evernote. Upon installing the Todoist Chrome Extension, I can highlight things, pull up a secondary menu (right-click for most people), and click "Add to Todoist". IFTTT then sends that new item to the end of a note in Evernote, for me to sit down and ...
Yes, it does. With my digital camera, I took a picture of one page of a book I'm reading. I then uploaded the JPG file to my GDrive. I immediately searched for a word found in the book. It found nothing. After 2 minutes, I tried again, and this time, GDrive found the word. (I guess it takes a few minutes for GDrive to finish OCRing images.)
I use Chrome. I don't want the thumbnail or the sentences. I just want something like "amazon.com/link - this is what I wrote to remind myself why I saved it" Just a one line, no extra stuff. – Joshua Dance
Then my recommendation would be to select the text, right-click, then clip bookmark.
I'm not sure what web ...
Not with IFTTT, but yes with Zapier.
The recipes IFTTT offers are much simpler, and it doesn't seem to be possible to get the new row data from the tracked sheet. It is possible though to get an update when a new row is added.
If you don't mind using another service (or combine both of them) you could use the following:
Note: The combination would be ...
I just found a two-step workaround for this. This will only work for Mac users, but maybe a similar approach can work on Windows?
I exported the .enex file from Evernote, and then imported that into Bear, an Evernote competitor that only runs on macOS/iOS. Great product, but we decided to consolidate everything into Google Drive.
From Bear, I was able to ...
Here's a "hacky" way: a Chrome extension that lets you find / replace what's in a web page. I haven't used this extension so I can't vouch for its quality, but in principle it should accomplish what you're looking for:
You could sort your urgent notes by tags. Give your notes the tags #1, #2, #3 in order of urgency. It seems to work with the hash symbol included as well. Then enable Snippet View or Card View (View, Snippet View or Card View). In the drop-down menu at the top right of the List/Card View column you can chose ‘Sort notes by’ then select ‘Tags’. Don’t check ‘...
Go into settings -> filters.
Add your email address as the FROM address and click "create filter with this search"
On the next screen ignore the thing about incoming mail. Simply add the address you want outgoing emails forwarded to.
Works for me.
As a workaround you can go to the "view options"
Then switch from list to snippets and then back to list again. THe preview pane is gone now until you next activate it by cklicking on a list entry.
Not very nice but better than no way at all. Really helpful if you want to see the list and need the whole page.
There is no description for Notebooks in Evernote at this time. The functionality is fairly simple, you can create groups of notebooks (Stacks) but that is about it. Stacks don't have descriptions either.
CalS November 4, 2016:
if Windows go to Tools - Options - General and click on Open Database folder. The file with an EXB extension should approximate the size of your EN data base.
DTLow November 4, 2016:
If you click on About Evernote and press the Option key, you'll get a link to your database folder
You can get the size of the database on ...
Take a look at a product called FileThis. It fetches your documents and delivers them to the destination of your choice, including Dropbox and Evernote.
For full disclosure, I work at FileThis. Sounds like we do exactly what you are looking for.
You can definitely do this, although the method isn't quite obvious. Here's the short version:
Create an account on Postach.io, the Evernote partner that allows you to post your blog directly from Evernote.
Configure it to capture all your notes (or whichever you'd like to be published) - very easy.
Enable the Postach.io RSS feed for your blog.
Use IFTTT to ...
After waiting years for a good solution to this, I decided to write an open source tool:
Main Project Page
Note - the tool requires that you sync your iPhone/iPad via iTunes and do not select the 'encrypt' option (at least until the tool is done). Source is available for paranoid folks.