posted this on October 31, 2011 05:31 pm
Users of the popular Evernote software on the Mac will be pleased to know there is now built-in support in Postbox 3. When a message is sent to Evernote, Postbox includes these attributes:
Body (entire message or just the selected text)
Topics (translated to Tags)
Link back to the original message in Postbox.
This is a huge win for productivity!
Integrating Evernote and Postbox
There are two ways to create a note in Evernote from a message in Postbox: clicking the toolbar button or using the right-click context menu.
To use the Evernote toolbar button, it first needs to be added to the toolbar. For users who are not familiar with toolbar customization, please take a look at this article: Customizing the Toolbar. Once the Evernote button is available, simply select the message you wish to send to Evernote, and click the toolbar button. Not seeing the Evernote toolbar button? Make sure Evernote is installed in the Applications folder.
To use the right-click context menu, simply right-click on the message itself, and select Add to Evernote.
Tip: Create More Specific Notes
If text within a message is selected or highlighted, only that text will be included in the body of the note when it's sent to Evernote. This is a quick way to choose the important content of the message and avoiding the need to edit later.