Linking Omnifocus to Devonthink Articles

Linking Omnifocus to Devonthink Articles This is a quick and easy solution to using Omnifocus and Devonthink together. Although I would not describe myself as a power-user of Omnifocus I do use it to make a to-do list of things to read and work on for my Ph.D.

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Using Scrivener Notes to make links to Devonthink

Using Scrivener Notes to make links to Devonthink   There are a number of ways to make links between Scrivener and Devonthink. A link to an original research pdf can be placed in Scrivener using the notes function. Make a note in Scrivener. Find the related pdf in Devonthink and copy the document link. Paste…

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Link Devonthink Documents to Scrivener

I have been working on a way to link Devonthink documents to Scrivener. There are several ways to achieve a result and for my purposes, it is important to retain a link back to the original document in Devonthink. These original documents in Devonthink are my notes and summaries from journal articles for my research.…

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Merge documents in Devonthink Pro

When working with journal articles in Devonthink, I like to make lots of notes using rich text notes. I use a script called note on source which creates an automatic link to the pdf I am working on. Merge documents in Devonthink Pro is a handy feature when accruing lots of smaller text documents.  …

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Devonthink Smart Groups

Devonthink has smart groups which help to automatically collate information. One smart group I have created is one called “Added this week”. I did this as I am writing so many notes on articles and books during the week, that I needed a way to recall this information quickly so I can decide what to…

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