Add to Evernote button

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I am almost at the stage of switching to eM Client from Outlook (on one computer) and Thunderbird (on another computer). The only thing that's stopping me is the lack of an 'Add to Evernote' button, which both Outlook and Thunderbird have. I use this facility a lot and not having it on eM Client is a showstopper. Can you do one?
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John MacGibbon

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Posted 9 years ago

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Jeff D'Aoust

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Are you planning to add it to a future release?

Jeff
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Anonymous

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unfortunately no.

Jan
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marc.lingenfelter

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That's to bad eM Client really had some great potential the only thing holding me back from business use was the EverNote integration.

Oh well I'll keep checking back in case you change your mind.
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Rich Petersen

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Oh that stinks, Mailbird has this feature (as well as Facebook integration) and if you added this, it would seal the deal....

How about if you made it part of the Pro package? Then it would give an incentive to help offset development costs by having people pay for the Pro version.
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Reiner Gruhle

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Yeah, great idea! The missing Evernote Integration is what stops me from using em Client. 
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robert

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YES.  that has stopped us from buying numerous Pro versions for our business.  Given the growth in Evernote in business, most of which who are happy to pay for a Pro license, AND that EM is an Outlook replacement, then MUST have an "Add to Evernote button" ASAP.  Much lost business.  Someone there needs a course on marketing!
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Maurus Cicolini

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Can somebody from the eM Client team tell me what has happen to this feature? I also posted a comment here: https://forum.emclient.com/emclient/t...

Would be nice if you could give a short reply to it and what needs to be done that this feature has a possibility to get implemented.
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Reiner Gruhle

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I'd like to bring up this request again and - sorry - I don't like to annoy:

The implementation of an 'add to evernote'-button would increase efficency and boost up em.client strongly!!!

So, revise your denial, please!
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Neil Brand

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Evernote gives you a unique email address in the account set up.  Just forward an email to that address and it goes straight into your evernote account.  It may even be less keystrokes than a dedicated button once eM auto completes the address.


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Jonathan Godney

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Great suggestion but I need to be able to send individual emails as I don't want to archive everything. 
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Reiner Gruhle

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Hi Neil,

May thanks for your hint and indeed you are right. However, I'm still using this option yet as em.client does not provide any other way. But fowarding a mail is different fromt an 'add to evernote'-button because it generates overhead which you need to delete in evernote instead just adding the mail content into an evernote note.

Regards

Reiner
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Jonathan Godney

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+1
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Jonathan Godney

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Hi All, Don't forget to upvote this idea!!
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Glenn Nergard

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Ditto. Adding a macro button for Evernote has held our business as well from moving forward as our enterprise email client. If added as a Pro feature would not only pull additional subscribers, but also upsell the base to upgrade. I'm sure a business case would support the development to make this happen. 
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Michael Templin

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I second that. I badly need the same feature like the Outlook plugin for emClient.
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Russel Markosky, Employee

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Hello all,

We're sorry to bring this news.
Even though the Evernote integration was planned in the upcoming version 8, Evernote recently decided to withdraw their public API.
Based on this, we had to cancel the plans of events synchronisation to Evernote. However, compatibility with Exchange, Office365 and CalDAV servers stays.

Russel

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