cybersketcher 0 Posted October 1, 2010 Share Posted October 1, 2010 Come on guys. Are you truly going to created an incredible software such as this and offer absolutely no way to password protect your notes and notebooks (with exception to the dinky little text encryption). Don't get me wrong, I'm not trashing you at all. I think you have a great product.The problem is, however, that most (I'd say about 99.9%) of your users NEED the ability to secure their data. Otherwise, Evernote is useless to us. I want the ability to store my sensitive information in a common place, as would anyone. That includes silly photos and snippets from the web because I don't want someone snooping through my info of any kind.Honestly, this is a no-brainer. I am having a hard time imagining why you didn't add this to your software...and it makes me wonder negative things such as "Are you trying to give yourselves access to all of my information?" What could possibly be the reason for you leaving this out. It's obviously not because you don't have the ability, there must be another reason.It seems to me that you guys have been somewhat avoiding the answer this question (as I've seen, forgive me if you have already) and I do believe you owe it to us as your loyal users that you come out and give us a straight answer. Who's with me? I assure you, if you can provide a reasonable explanation, the Evernote community would be understanding. I can also assure you, that if you can't provide a reasonable explanation, you are going to lose my business. Not that it would hurt you much but I know that I'm not the only one that feels this way.Again, I don't mean to sound ungrateful. Thank you so much for your hard work in putting this project together and offering it for free, but PLEASE, give us a decent response here. It's the least you could do in giving us some kind of assurance that we will see this feature in the future.Thanks Guys,Jeremy Link to comment
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