From The Tips Box: Feedly/Evernote Integration, Fading T-Shirts, Keyboard Counters

Feedly/Evernote Integration, Fading T-Shirts, and Keyboard Counters

Lifehacker readers offer their best tips for adding Evernote integration to Feedly, keeping your T-shirts unfaded, and quickly counting just about anything with your computer.

Every day we receive boatloads of great reader tips. From the Tips Box is where we round up some of our favourites. Got a tip of your own to share? Add it in the comments or send it using the contact tab on the right.

Add Evernote Integration to Feedly for Free

Feedly/Evernote Integration, Fading T-Shirts, and Keyboard Counters

Chris sends Feedly articles to Evernote without paying for Pro:

Currently Feedly does not have direct Evernote integration. It announced that one step Evernote integration would be made available in its premium featured pro version costing 5 dollars a month, apart from some other perks.

If Evernote integration is the only feature you want from Feedly, no need to go for the pro version. The basic version of Feedly supports email forwarding!

Go to Feedly settings on your phone and configure the "Mail CC" value as your Evernote unique email ID.

Once this is done, each time you wish to send an article from Feedly to Evernote, just click on the mail icon. The To column would remain blank, but the CC column would be holding your Evernote email ID by default. Just click send, and the post is forwarded into Evernote.

Wash T-Shirt Inside-Out to Avoid Fading

Feedly/Evernote Integration, Fading T-Shirts, and Keyboard Counters

Gabriel keeps his T-shirts in tip top shape:

I own a lot of graphic T-shirts which would always fade after a year or so so they looked really old. After a little research, I discovered you can preserve them much longer by turning them inside-out before you wash (and washing with cold water, obviously). It's helped a lot of my T-shirts survive much longer.

Photo by Martha Silva.

Turn Your Computer's Calculator Into a Simple Counter

Feedly/Evernote Integration, Fading T-Shirts, and Keyboard Counters

Lowell shares a clever use for his PC's calculator:

I discovered something interesting recently: you can use the calculator on Windows and OS X as a digital "click counter." Plug in 1+1, then just hit Enter to make the count go up by one each time.

I just used it on this list of wedding guests... so easy and helpful.


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