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Another handy tool for recipes is kustomnote.com. From their site you chose, modify, and fill out forms that send custom notes to your Evernote account. It lets you make nice looking recipe notes yourself, instead of being limited to clipping them from the web or taking a picture. There are several styles. Here's one I tested.
The free account is limited, but sufficient for light use.
Last edited by twerppoet; 03-22-2013 at 02:52 AM.
Using Siri to create notes in Evernote.
Again, the key is Evernote's email address. Having created a contact just for my Evernote address (named Evernote), it is possible to send email to it via Siri. The conversation goes something like this.
*holds Home Button*
Siri: beep beep
Me: Mail Evernote
Siri: What's the subject of your email?
Me: A test note.
Siri: Ok. What would you like the email to say?
Me: Having lots of fun, period, new paragraph, With love, coma, Twerppoet period
Siri: Here is your message to Evernote. Ready to send it?
Siri: I sent it.
Actually, if I've got my head together I can say it all together like this.
Subject, A Test note
Body, Having lots of fun, period, new paragraph, With love, coma, Twerppoet, period
The result (including an example of what can go wrong) below.
Not as easy as using Siri with the Notes app, but better than nothing.
P.S. If you accidentally pause too long and Siri asks if you want to send the email before you are ready, you can say Add Message, wait for the beep, and then dictate some more.
Last edited by twerppoet; 03-22-2013 at 02:54 AM.
You're cooked now, Twerp Pollet. Siri is never wrong. ( snerk, snerk)
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How do I capture online info from my ipad, iPhone, or Nexus 7 to ever note?
Well, I don't know about the non-iDevice, but I know that on the iPad and the iPhone you can create a bookmarklet. With it created, you can send all kinds of web "stuff" to Evernote.
Have a look at this thread for how to create a bookmarklet: Guide: Creating Safari Bookmarklets.
I'd say EverClip is good when you know you're about to do some really research/clipping. The bookmarklet is good for impromptu saving of articles or pages. If all you need is the URL, you can save the to Evernote using the email option. I use all three, depending on what is most convenient at the moment.
EverClip is an iPhone app, so if you can't find it make sure you're looking at iPhone apps. Other than a less than ideal interface it works fine on the iPad.
So, the browser is separate from EverClip? As in, I open that app, then open Safari, and stuff I wanna save gets auto put in EverClip?
That's sounds way cool - if my understanding is right...