Using Mendeley in Evernote


Finally I have found Evernote to be better than many other softwares for taking notes online, clipping them, arranging them etc… However Evernote is not the citation facility atleast I did not found it’s utility as such. For this I need Mendeley.

I keep all my research papers and other things in the Mendeley, but there is no way facility in Mendeley to make notes or collect them cite them, give them proper structure. For this I need Evernote.

But you cannot cite Mendeley entries in Evernote, which is quite frustrating. I found this http://feedback.mendeley.com/forums/4941-mendeley-feedback/suggestions/506835-integrate-mendeley-with-evernote to be one requesting such feature. Right now it has very small number of votes. It needs your help. Please give votes to this feature so that we can cite our research cataloged by Mendeley in our Evernotes and remove one more excuse of why we are not doing proper research :)

 

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  1. Yes, yes, yes!
    We need this feature (Mendeley + Evernote)!
    Thanks for promoting this request (I was the guy who put up the feature request on Mendeley).

      • mohsenam
      • July 14th, 2011

      Thanks for the request :)
      I hope we get this feature.

    • gregorythorn
    • August 9th, 2011

    I agree this feature would be really valuable

    • Guillermo Caro
    • November 21st, 2012

    I think it is a MUST, ther are realley complementary so then can work together very well

      • mohsenam
      • November 21st, 2012

      yes, in full agreement with you.

    • Roberto
    • December 6th, 2012

    Would be absolutely brilliant!!

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