How to create a table of contents with links to other notes
Create a table of contents to other Evernote notes
Note: This feature is available on Evernote for Mac and Windows Desktop
A table of contents in Evernote is a note with a list of links other notes. Create a table of contents to make it easier to find related notes all in one place. Note links are only valid when you're browsing within Evernote. Others will be view the notes inside Evernote if they've been given view access to the notes or the notebooks.
- Select multiple notes while holding down Cmd+click
- Select Create Table of Contents Note. This creates a list of individual links for each of the selected notes.
- A "list of edits" with links to multiple notes with screenshots that are marked up with editing notes. You can insert checkboxes in front of each link so you can check off the items you've completed.
- Create weekly "social media" reports that list and link to multiple social media web pages you've clipped and saved to share with the marketing team
- Add a table of contents note to the shortcut list for easy retrieval.
- Rename or rearrange the links in the order that you’d like to list them.
Create a table of contents to notes and documents created outside of Evernote
To track project-related spreadsheets and docs that can be from the web, copy and paste the public links (URL) to those docs and paste them into Evernote. To make it easy for you and others to find all project-related resources, create one table of contents note with links to any docs you've created inside and outside of Evernote.
- Divide your table of contents into sections such as "Planning links,", "Drafts links,"Final Deliverable links"
- Indicate the source of links, or the app used to create the content. For example, "Link to Project Spreadsheet [Google Spreadsheet]"
- table of contents