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Quick Tip Friday: Emailing Into Your Evernote Account

Quick Tip Friday: Emailing Into Your Evernote Account

Posted by Stefanie Fazzio on 20 Apr 2012

Posted by Stefanie Fazzio on 20 Apr 2012

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Did you know that you can send emails from your inbox directly into your Evernote account and automatically assign them to destination notebooks? If you haven’t discovered this feature yet, you’ll find that it’s a great way to save messages like electronic receipts, travel information, and anything else you might want to find later in a place that you can search and access from any computer or mobile device (your Evernote account!).

To do this:

  1. Forward the email to your Evernote email address. Don’t know what your Evernote email address is? Go to the Account Info area of Evernote for Windows and Mac, Settings on Evernote Web and the Sync tab on Evernote for iPhone and iPad — your Evernote email will be listed there. On your Android device, go to Settings then Account Info to find your Evernote email.
  2. To specify the destination notebook, append the subject line with the symbol “@” followed by the name of an existing notebook; to add a tag, include “#” followed by an existing tag.
  3. If sending emails to a recently created notebook or tagging with a recently created tag, remember to sync your account first.
  4. If adding both notebook and tag information, be sure to include the notebook name first.

Have you been using this feature? Share your tips in the comments.

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  • Anneliz Hannan

    Wonderful..you made my day

  • Opher Banarie

    Yes, I have used this and it’s very handy. But one small change will make it 10,000% better:

    When we subscribe to a newsletter we cannot change THEIR subject line to include our Evernote Notebook name. If Evernote would allow use to embed the Notebook name in our Evernote email address, we could use THAT as our “To:” email on the newsletter and it all works.

    So rather than “name.RANDOM@m.evernote.com” we would use “name.RANDOM.Notebookname@m.evernote.com” .

    Could that be done? Would be FAN_TAS_TIC!

    Thanks!

    • Heather

      Thanks for the suggestion!

      • Bob

        +1 from me too for Notebook aware email address/filtering

        I workaround this in the meantime with ifttt.com with a task to connect RSS feeds to a specific Evernote Notebook e.g. “Reading” see my recipe at http://ifttt.com/recipes/30515

      • Ed

        I’d kill for this. This is exactly what I am looking for right now.

      • Byron

        This would be fantastic–it would make it a lot easier to set up automatically forwarding certain items (eg. bills, receipts, travel info) directly into the appropriate Evernote notebook.

    • Tim Wuyts

      Ah that IS a wonderful idea! GMail already allows you to do this kind of stuff. Would be great if evernote used the same concept.

      • Tim Wuyts

        FYI: the gmail solution uses the ‘+’ sign
        my.name+mailinglist@gmail.com gets sent to my.name@gmail.com, but it preserves the full To: address, so you to can set up a gmail filter.

  • Ruth Hoffman

    I’ve added my EN email address to my address list. Also made a typing shortcut so all I have to type is “ev” and it autoexpands to the full address. And my husband also has my EN email address, so he can send things directly to my EN account. I use this all the time to save web pages that I view on my BlackBerry. Couldn’t write my blog without Evernote!

  • Brendan

    What about folders with 2 word names? i.e. emailing to a notebook called Good Articles.

    Do you append @Good Articles to the subject line? Seems that the space between Good and Articles causes issues for Evernote…do I have that wrong?

    • Heather

      As long as you’re entering in the exact notebook name (Case sensitive), a space won’t confuse our routing system. So send those @Good Articles our way!

      • Lisa

        I’ve had similar issues with marking emails to go to a two-name notebook. I have lots of notebooks now and often can’t exactly remember what they are all named. Is there some way to create a list or index of all your notebook names and tags for easy, accurate reference? When I’m on my iPad or iPhone, its a pain to click out of email, then get into Evernote, just to see what I called a particular notebook. Being able to generate these kinds of automatic lists about my accounts would be a big help.

    • Stefanie Fazzio

      Notebooks with 2 words in the name should work – the above post was created by sending an email into my notebook called Interior Design.

      Make sure that you keep the formatting exactly the same as the notebook name, and if you’re still having trouble please don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team. Thanks for commenting!

      • Allan

        I’ve set up a notebook and named it “Vendor quotes”. When I try to forward an e-mailed quote to Evernote address, I type “@Vendor quotes” after my Evernote e-mail address and get an error message.

        I synced Evernote after creating the notebook.

        What am I doing wrong?

      • Allan

        Never mind. I discovered what I was doing incorrectly with the “@Vendor quotes”

  • Dawn Loomis

    I teach college students how to use Evernote and use the email feature to show them how to email their research articles to their Evernote account. Great feature!!!

    • richard grubbs

      sure could use your class. Any chance myou are in So CAl?

  • AdamNote

    One way of making it even easier is save the email address in your contact list as something like “myEN”. Then you can quickly just email your stuff to that name without trying to remember your name.random address.

    This feature is amazing for sending photos from your iPhone to your evernote account. Or for forwarding important emails, receipts etc. as you received them.

  • Diane

    I’ve got a couple of auto forwarding rules set up in gmail that forward all the communications from my children’s school, the emails all come with attachments, and this works very well for me.

    On an ad hoc basis any invoice, or receipt for on line purchases goes straight over to my receipts folder.

    Great stuff, keep up the good work, always love reading the tips!

  • Andreas

    I use this all the time to get ideas out of my iPad into my EN account. I read a lot of my news on apps like Zite and Flip, sharing via email is the easiest and quickest way to keep track of stuff that’s interesting.

  • Rich MacDonald

    On iOS, this is a great way to send web clippings from nearly any app.
    1. Select portion of page you want
    2. Copy
    3. Email link (or equivalent)
    4. Enter Evernote address
    5. Change subject line, if needed
    6. Paste in email body.
    7. Optionally add notes or clean up pasted portion.
    8. Send email

  • Paul Simpson

    It is a little frustrating sometimes that we can only use # with existing tags. Any chance Evernote will one day recognize new tags and Judy go ahead and create them?

  • Paul Simpson

    It’s a little frustrating sometimes that only existing # tags can be used. Any chance that one day Evernote will recognize and go ahead and create new tags?

  • Mike Bailey

    I frequently take notes using Microsoft OneNote, then mail the notes to Evernote. It works well and I really like the appointment template in OneNote when linked from an Outlook appointment. If Evernote would add decent templating like OneNote has and the level of integration with Outlook that OneNote has, then adios, OneNote.

  • Gail Adamo

    When I first read about this feature in a Michael Hyatt post, I thought it seemed so confusing. But after a few tries, it was so easy! Now it is my favorite feature and I use it every day for business and home. I think the key is building the right collection of folders to suit your needs, and keep the naming system simple and easy. Now I just wish I could move my notes to different folders on my iPad. I haven’t figured that one out yet and have to do it on my MBP.

    • Siobhán Palmer

      Gail, on your IPad you can edit a note and then select a different notebook. Is that what you mean by moving a note?

  • Phil

    One tip that I have found useful while emailing to evernote from mail.app is instead of using forward use the redirect function. This means you dont get the indentation and line down the side that is often put in automatically when you forward.

    I also have a ACT ON mail script set up that redirects the mail to evernote and then archives the email.

    • Toni

      Phil: Thanks for the redirect tip –so useful!

  • Danny Tucker

    I set up a gmail account – e.g. james-evernote@gmail.com and forward all mail from that to my Evernote email. That way I have a friendly Evernote address that I won’t forget if I’m not at my own computer.

    Our photocopier at work does scan to email. Use my Evernote for that too.

    Great program.

  • Staggo Lee

    I use this feature a lot. Also, using ifttt transfers copies of designated type emails (like all starred emails) into a given notebook/tag.

  • notetakingguy

    I love this feature. I primarily use Evernote to keep track of my wife’s health issues (doctors, insurance) and for my conflicts on my community health board. This feature is great for saving E-mails, or if I open up a PDF file and I’m too lazy to drag it — I just E-mail it as an attachment.

    Not related to this topic, but my only issue with Evernote is that when I try to log into the forums, I get all these error messages. I tried E-mailing the administrator address listed there, and it comes back undeliverable.

  • Gates VP

    Great tip. I’m a software developer, I inherently understand the whole @album #tag syntax (thank you IRC).

    But I’m not sure how many people really “grok” this. It may be worth showing a couple of examples?

    • Mitchell Allen

      Another thing to highlight is that tags and albums are useful but, so is the powerful search! I got rid of nearly all my tags, which saves me a ton of time.

      I can find anything with a keyword search.

      Cheers,

      Mitch

  • Robin

    Hi- to the last poster- why not take a screenshot on the en notebook list to jog your memory?

  • Helena Bianchi

    Very very cool! Did not know this! EVERNOTE is even cooler now:)

  • Marcus Nevarez

    Thanks Gates VP. Not sure what “grok” means and for sure I’m lost with the whole #tag syntax stuff.

    • Graeme

      Marcus,
      To fully grok “grok”, you need to read the book Stranger in a Strange Land (Robert A. Heinlein, 1961.)

  • netviber

    what Account Info. area? I cannot see this to establish my evernote email!

  • Tom CTO

    I use this feature a lot but this article taught me the @ / # tricks for folders and tags. Awesome! This will save me a lot of cleanup and organization time!

  • Rob

    I would really like to see automatic tagging for emailed notes, as the new Evernote plugin for Chrome does. That would be awesome!

  • Metkja

    I use EN for codes and wishlists! Always available. Love EN!

  • Israel

    Just excelent! I use it everyday.

    Greetings from Monterrey, Mexico

  • Sarah Mitroff

    Ive reached a point that nothing I email to Evernote with the “@notebookname” in the subject actually goes to the correct notebook. I just tested it with an exact notebook name and it just goes straight to my “General” notebook, the first one that was there when I signed up for Evernote. What can I do? It used to work just fine.

    • jbignert

      Hi Sarah,
      This tip from one of the comments below might help your case:

      “I had some trouble forwarding emails to a specific notebook from Outlook; turns out you need to remove the ‘FW:’ (and maybe any other punctuation?) from the subject line and leave just text, then it sees the ‘@notebook’ and places it properly! Great feature, but would be better if this were not an issue.”

      Thx Steve-O

  • Bob

    I created notebooks for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Each time I get an agenda at work I forward it to the appropriate notebook and I have all of my meeting materials without having to print them and waste paper.

  • Malcolm

    There’s an even easier way to do this – or one that avoids all the typing and having to remember notebook names – at least when you’re at your desktop computer. Just bring up the contextual menu over your email message pane and choose Add To Evernote. Evernote will then create a note from the message, open it and let you choose which notebook to send it to from a drop-down menu. Done.

    This is how it works on a Mac, anyway. Right-click on the message pane (or double-finger-tap on the trackpad) and the contextual menu appears. Add To Evernote will be at the bottom somewhere, assuming the item is installed. I use the Postbox emailer, but presumably the same thing will happen in Mail or other emailers. I don’t know how it works in Windows.

  • Steve-O

    I had some trouble forwarding emails to a specific notebook from Outlook; turns out you need to remove the ‘FW:’ (and maybe any other punctuation?) from the subject line and leave just text, then it sees the ‘@notebook’ and places it properly! Great feature, but would be better if this were not an issue.

  • Heinrich

    Quick tip Friday. Nice, no waste of time to read it. Short. Unfortunately I cannot understand this at all. So I will use dropbox like before.

  • Beverley Jones

    I am just learning Evernotes and appreciate the tips. Did not know I could email my Evernotes account. Tried it, it worked, very easy. Thank you.

  • Sam

    Just clipped it to Evernote to save for later.

    Useful.

  • Hop Holmberg

    I forward incomings to my Evernote address all the time.
    Problem: I also want to keep some outgoing emails. But, if I just put the Evernote address as a BC, what I get lacks the vital header info (to, from, subject, date, etc.). So, I have to send the email,then go to the “sent” file and forward that to the Evernote address.
    I wish they would keep the header info so that it will appear in the resulting note when I put the Evernote email address in as a BC.

  • Grant

    Fantastic feature, I’ve used it for a while.
    I agree though, It would be nice to be able to start a new tag or notebook from an email perhaps using a symbol?
    I would like to do something like

    subject: interesting giraffe pics@ “newnotebook” pictures “newtag”giraffe

    It would be easier though to substitute symbols for notebook and tag…

    I love evernote! I’m travelling for 7 weeks from next month and I’ve all travel documents and notes already setup.

  • Tom Wilson

    Most of the comments deal with forwarding data to the Evernote email address. Don’t forget that you can use the “blind copy” (BCC) option in your email program to send a copy of your outgoing message to the Evernote email address.

  • chris byron

    I use en to keep digital portfolio on students. Marking assignments on the iPad (Notable) and email right to the kid and kid’s en notebook. It doesn’t seem to work to add two (@name @name) to store a single file under multiple notebooks (for group assignments) – too bad.

  • Chris

    The feature works great.

    Only one nasty bug(?):
    When using “Send link to this page” from iOS (in my case usually the iPad) the link itself is complete but only the first part is clickable – which renders clicking useless. Copy ‘n’ paste is the only workaround it seems.
    Highly frustrating.

  • Alyson Stanfield

    This is a game changer! I’ve been missing this piece in my Evernote strategy. Thank you!

  • Mathieu R.

    I am using this feature to send quotations from the office to our vendors iPads.
    I have automated this using excel and VB so quotations are extracted from our database, converted into PDF and attached to an email directly into a specified notebook (one notebook for each client) and with a tag (ie: “New”, “Won”, “Lost”…).

    Would be great if Evernote could automaticaly create a new notebook and a new tag when it appears in the email subject.

  • Ron

    I use this feature to send emails my family exchanges on my mom’s medical issues into a notebook in order to have a central repository of all our discussions. I made the note book public and everyone has access to it for reference. It works great!!

  • SungkyunRha

    I want always your new informations and also innovated ideas as using Evernote any kinds of sort.

  • Morten

    I use AutoHotKey in combination with Evernote to forward mail selected to my Evernote account by using the shortcut Alt+E.

    Works like a charm :)

  • WMS

    When I send emails to Evernote using the @ function, the hit rate of them going into the folder after the @ is about 25%. 75% of the time they go into my general notebook. I have tried with a space before the @ and without one. I have basically tried every iteration I can think of and I cannot find a correlation between what works and what doesn’t.

  • Jason

    Using Outlook 2011 on Win7, if I create a new email message and use the subject “Test @Messaging”, the message goes to EN and to the proper notebook. If I forward an existing message and edit the subject so it’s identical, “Test @Messaging”, it goes to my inbox. Forwarded messages don’t seem to work from Outlook.

  • lefty

    Just started using Evernote and am getting set up, and anticipate that this is going to be just the organizing tool I’ve been needing for a long long time.

    Did figure something out…..I think….

    About making “@” work: I seem to see a behavior pattern in which if I have a notebook with sub-notebooks in it, I have to append a SUB-notebook name to the subject line, or else the email will get directed to my general notebook.

    It would be really nice if EN would offer these detailed instructions in some conspicuous place instead of leaving it to users to struggle with and figure out.

    I think I’m going to simplify the names of my notebooks to make them easier to remember and direct things to.

  • Sue

    I am a kindergarten teacher and I’m trying to use Evernote for digital learning portfolios. I have tried following these instructions for adding video clips into each student’s note, without success. I used my ipad to email the video to my Evernote account, added the correct @notebook title but it did not show up. My sent folder in Mail shows that it has been sent, but it’s not in the notebook I named. Any ideas?

    Another question: Can someone tell me if it’s possible to add text to a note?

    One more: How do delete something from a note? For example I have some pictures that I’d like to delete. I tried deleting them from the camera roll, but they remained in my notes.

    Just one more: How do I move a note from one notebook to another notebook?
    Thanks

  • Sue

    Okay, just after I posted that last comment full of questions, I switched from my ipad to my Macbook Pro and realized that some of the things I want to do are a lot more obvious on the laptop. I’ve figured out how to delete and add text.
    I’d still love answers to the others. Also, if you can tell me how to delete and add text on the iPad, that would be fabulous.

    Thanks,
    Sue

    • Kasey Fleisher Hickey

      Sue, once you put an image or any text into an Evernote note, that content is all synchronized with your Evernote account so it’s online and available everywhere. To delete that content, you need to go into Evernote on your computer, tablet, or phone and delete it inside that note.

      To edit text or remove a photo on Evernote on iPad/iPhone.
      0) Make sure you have the most recent version of Evernote on your device. (App Store >> Updates)
      1) Open a note.
      2) Tap the screen once somewhere there is text or whitespace. (If you tap directly on a photo it will go into slideshow mode which will not allow editing.)
      3) The note will now be “editable.” You should see a cursor blinking somewhere.
      4) Tap your finger to the right of the word or picture you want to delete or into the spot you want to edit. I often hold my finger down until I see the popup magnifier, and then “roll” my finger sideways a bit to get the cursor to the exact right spot. For a photo, you may be able to hold your finger on top of the image and then roll your finger a bit to the right and you’ll see the blue cursor get really large just alongside the image.
      5) Hit the delete / backspace button to remove content. Start typing to add new content.

      For the email, test to make sure you’re sending to the right address first. Send text and don’t use any @folder. Check to make sure it’s received ok into Evernote. Then send a text note to that @folder. Check. Then attach the content you want to post. It should work.

      To change the folder for a note:
      1) Open the note.
      2) Tap the (i) button on that note to see info/settings.
      3) You should see Notebook and then the notebook it currently resides in. Tap the name of that notebook and select a new one.

      We know a lot of teachers use Evernote for portfolios. When you’ve had some time to get it rolling, let us know how it goes in our Forums: discussion.evernote.com.

  • Terry Lee

    I also use this feature a lot. One idea for an extension. I create a lot of checkboxes in EN for action items inside notes so I can search for them easily. If I forward an email into EN that has an action item, I need to in to EN and create the check box. How about a way to denote action items inside the email.

    • Nev

      I also vote for this kind of extension. It would be great :)

  • Reliance Pantry

    I have used Evernote forever personally and now use it in my business! Makes life so much easier when I can find things on all my devices. I even have both my college kids using it. It just simplifies tasks. I write most of my blog articles with it.

  • sungkyunrha1@gmail.com

    I think its basic and also its very much interesting for using.

  • Rolf

    That’s a fantastic way to save information.
    I use it all day!

  • Beth Erez

    I combined this with Eventnoted and it not only goes into my evernote notebook but also into my gmail calender as an event if I put a date in the subject and tag with event. Love the combined two together!

  • Francisco Gonzalez

    I can not register. The program of Evernote insist to send a red note that my name has to have a – o a letter at biginenin and end.

    I try all the possible combinatios in position. but do not work

    Can you send any help.? or manage from there. Many thanks

    Fracisco Gonzalez

  • Dimitri Visser

    Using it with iPad and Paper 53 mailing my sketches to Evernote, superb!

    Tip: choose the name of your notebook carefully if you use the @notebook option a lot :-) (eg. projectxyz and not project_x_yy_zzzz)

  • Tamara

    I use it everyday!

  • Matt O'Rourke

    Love this feature. Is there a way to e-mail stuff to appear as an addendum to already existing note?

  • Harry Oosterveen

    You can use the script described here:
    http://www.harryonline.net/evernote/send-google-mail-to-evernote/226

    Just add labels to the message in Gmail, and, in the background, the script will forward the message to a note in Evernote, to any notebook of your choice and with the assigned labels as tags.

  • Harry Oosterveen

    Here is an overview of all available tools to send from Gmail to Evernote:
    http://www.harryonline.net/evernote/gmail-evernote-tools/429

    • MartinHughHarvey

      Forwarding to Evernote from Gmail. Does this work Harry? I added @notebbok name to the subject but while it was received in EN it wasn’t filed in the notebook. I suspect it’s because when one forwards from Gmail there is no subject – just the subject in the original email.

      Thanks,

    • MartinHughHarvey

      Forwarding to Evernote from Gmail. Does this work Harry? I added @notebbok name to the subject but while it was received in EN it wasn’t filed in the notebook. I suspect it’s because when one forwards from Gmail there is no subject – just the subject in the original email.

      Thanks,

      • Harry Oosterveen

        Yes, it works, if you click on the arrow before the To: address, you can edit the subject. See also https://support.google.com/mail/answer/2645922?hl=en

        • MartinHughHarvey

          Fantastic! Another case of finding out by 1) messing around or 2) finding out from someone else! Thanks again.

        • MartinHughHarvey

          BTW Harry on the Android Gmail app one can simply replace the subject

  • Jason Young

    How do I email into an existing NOTE?

    • amuramoto

      Evernote does not currently support emailing into an existing note. Consider emailing into your account to create a new note, then merging it into an existing note at a later time by selecting both notes, then clicking ‘Merge’.

  • Peter Aikins

    When I click Email this page from safari, it saves the web address, not the content. Can this be changed?

    • amuramoto

      The best way to get content from a web page into your Evernote account is by using the Evernote Web Clipper, rather than emailing. http://evernote.com/webclipper/

  • amuramoto

    Leave the space in and Evernote will match it to the appropriate tag, i.e. include #purchase orders in the subject line.

  • Karen Johnson

    I have forwarded several messages to evernote and have gotten one email confirmation that I did this. However, I can’t find the forwarded emails anywhere. Where do they go? I sent one just to my evernote email address and the others using a @notebook.

  • SEEJAY

    I’ve been forwarding email of importance but can’t locate them on the site?

  • SEEJAY

    I’ve been forwarding email of importance but can’t locate them on the site?

  • Bob Farrow

    Is it possible to connect Evernote to one of the fast reader apps such as ReadQuick? Thanks!

  • Sharon Noll

    What do you mean by “contextual menu” over your email message pane?

  • Kenneth Paulino

    Not sure if you found the answer already, but you add reminders before the destination notebook with a ‘!’. So you can use !today or specify a date !2013/10/31.

  • Chris

    would be better if you could put the codes in the email itself. I set up a cc: rule in outlook so anytime it sees *EN it send to my EN account which is great but I can’t put it into the right folder. Since often clients are on the email I can bury the code at the bottom but not put it into the subject

  • Chris

    would be better if you could put the codes in the email itself. I set up a cc: rule in outlook so anytime it sees *EN it send to my EN account which is great but I can’t put it into the right folder. Since often clients are on the email I can bury the code at the bottom but not put it into the subject

  • danieljcox

    Great tip. However, the visual provided shows the @ symbol with no space before the name of the notebook. I tried the above tip many times and none of the emails would synch with a notebook I was sending it to UNTIL I put a space after the @ sign and before the name of the notebook. Just thought I would mention this. Would be nice to change the image above to reflect this requirement.

    • Cory

      Thanks @danieljcox !!! I came here to see if anyone was having the same issue and your comment was at the top to save the day!

  • danieljcox

    Great tip. However, the visual provided shows the @ symbol with no space before the name of the notebook. I tried the above tip many times and none of the emails would synch with a notebook I was sending it to UNTIL I put a space after the @ sign and before the name of the notebook. Just thought I would mention this. Would be nice to change the image above to reflect this requirement.

  • Peter

    I like the ability to email direct to Evernote. It would be fantastic if there was not the daily limit on the number of emails you can send – or at least the ability to increase the number perhaps for an additional fee.

  • Thomas Eckert

    Love it.
    But 2 questions
    a) what happens with notes where the specified notebook is not existing ? (mine vanished into the nirvana)
    b) how can i get tags created as well in case they are not existing ? (at present they are being kept in the subject line

  • Thomas Eckert

    Love it.
    But 2 questions
    a) what happens with notes where the specified notebook is not existing ? (mine vanished into the nirvana)
    b) how can i get tags created as well in case they are not existing ? (at present they are being kept in the subject line

  • Mitch

    Great tip!! Looking fwd. To joining the discussion. Love using Evernote.

  • Christin Roman

    I often forward emails to my evernote (a very important part of my process for taking action on emails right away and not letting them clutter up my inbox).

    However, they never seem to show up in the folder I want them to. Even when I am very careful to type the name of the folder (after the @ symbol) EXACTLY as it’s written on the folder, with the same capitalization and everything. Yet, the email ALWAYS ends up in my misc folder. What am I doing wrong?

    • Bonnie

      Same thing is happening to me. At one time I was able to email directly into a notebook. Now it isn’t working. (Whether or not I put a space between the @ sign and the notebook name, per danieljcox’s comment on October 29.)

      • Andy Nielsen

        Everyone,
        just throwing in my 2 bob, i am my own teacher when it comes to IT, Have been since the start. Last night i pretty much nailed Google apps and evernote combined. Its that easy.
        Buy a Chromebook.
        Some of my colleagues and myself have been running multiple companys with Data transferred internationally on a regular basis.
        The old KISS principal………Keep it simple sunshine.

        More than happy to offer my knowledge to anyone in need.
        GTD Get Things Done
        or perhaps
        CTD Catch the Drift

        Not sure how alot of app developers would like the FACT that evernote can realistically, Automatically yet limited to the users expectations……….Do it all! but hey……it is what it is……….and its definitely not rocket science.

        Andy Nielsen
        BBCP (Building Bridges……Connecting People)

  • Thiago

    Great tip. Just one question: Can I add more than one tag to the subject? Thanks.

  • Filipe

    maybe is late to tell this but i use this feature with email redirection of gmail. Many things like events of google calendar that sends an email teling something like “Math test in 5 days” than is redirected for my evernote. Also mails from my boss to do something and many others, tnx for this feature :D