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Does Evernote have a built-in structure for your information?
Yes. But you need to specify if you want to use the built-in structure when you create your account.
If you upgrade to the paid version, Evernote will provide you with a structure you can follow.
No, it doesn’t. You’ve got to organize your information yourself.
How could you get a comprehensive list of all the Notes that were added to Evernote in the last month?
You’ll need to go to either tags or Notebooks screens and sort them by “Updated”.
To get a comprehensive list of all the Notes that were added to Evernote in the last month, run a search using either of the search operators: created:month-1, created:week-4 or created:day-30.
Go to the Default Notebook and see which notes at the top of the list match last week’s dates.
What will happen if you forward into Evernote an email with the subject line that contains a Notebook name or tag that don’t exist?
If you mistype either the Notebook name or tags, then they will remain in the Note title after it’s imported. The Note will be created in your Default Notebook.
Evernote will prompt you a message that those Notebook name or tag don’t exist.
Evernote will create a new Notebook name or Tag.