7 More of the Most Practical Uses for Evernoteby [email protected]July 11, 2017Evernote6 This post has been updated, a new audio created, and a video created. Visit the new post: More Great Uses for Evernote Evernote Productivity Share this post Previous Next [email protected] Related Posts How to Journal With Your Voice (Using Evernote) How to Trap Information Quickly 3 Easy Steps to Avoid the Flood of Email After a Vacation Evernote: How to Keep Up With Those Important Interactions Evernote Use Case: The Kitchen Renovation Article Comments Tom September 2, 2017 7:15 am Reply Love Evernote for both personal and work. A feature I really hope is hidden somewhere that I’ve yet to discover would be the ability to see from inside my app that a note I have shared via email with someone (my boss) was received and or read. I send a lot of notes via email to my boss and I’d love to see a confirmation that he’s seen them. If that is a function that is not available, then is there a way for me to see in my app that I’ve at least sent a particular note via email to him? Thanks! And for reasons I don’t understand, my boss refuses to use Evernote even though as a company we have the business membership. Dr. Frank Buck September 2, 2017 10:38 am Reply Tom, I don’t know of a way. I saw practically the same question asked on a forum, but there was no response to it. I just asked the question on a private Facebook group for Evernote Certified Consultants. I’ll let you know what feedback I get. Tom September 2, 2017 3:56 pm Reply Thanks. Dr. Frank Buck September 3, 2017 5:37 am Reply Tom, I checked, and there is not is not a way to do get confirmation that the email from Evernote was received. That would be a nice enhancement. Tom September 4, 2017 7:59 pm Thanks for looking into this sir, perhaps it’s a feature that can be added one day. Dr. Frank Buck September 2, 2017 10:41 am Reply If you are sending straight from your email program and including a link (as opposed to sending the email from Evernote), there are a couple of things I can suggest. I use a free Chrome extension called “Hubspot Sales” that tracks when emails are opened. There is also a service called “Banana Tag” that works with both Gmail and Outlook. Leave a Comment Cancel CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Comment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.