I’m a big fan of Evernote.
I’m using it every day to handle my time: I have a “to do” notebook in which I put all my things to do.
I would like to be able to convert a email to a “to do” note.
Actually, I have some solutions:
- Drag and drop the email to Evernote. Worse solution. Just a .eml embedded in a note and no sender and creation date information.
- Print the email with the virtual printer “PDF to Evernote”. The note is good looking but I lost the ability to edit the note and I lost the sender and creation date information.
- Forward the email to my Evernote email adress. I could edit the note but… I also lost the sender and creation date information
It exists another solution with an AppleScript on veritrope but it’s so complicated.
Thus, as a developer, I’ve developed my own solution:
DropCircle is the easiest and best way to insert files, large and small, into your Evernote account.
To upload a file to Evernote with DropCircle, just drag it to the DropCircle icon.
If it’s an html file (or Safari link), a true Evernote not will be created with all the images embedded in the note.
Same things for mail. Simply drag and drop a mail for mail.app or from exchange and you’ll have a good looking note in place of the .eml file created by the Evernote application.
You want to backup your wordpress blog (or any other blog supporting rss) ? Just drag and drop the rss file with all the articles to DropCircle. DropCircle create a note for each post with all images embedded and with correct timestamp.
Currently, DropCircle supports:
- .eml files
- atom/rss files
- html files
- all other files are added as resource in a new note.
Do you want more export method ? Contact us…
DropCircle beta is avalaible for free at http://bit.ly/15WaTWo.