lkpcampion 0 Posted May 10, 2008 Share Posted May 10, 2008 Evernote has already had a number of "entry points" for user to collect information into the system, but it still lacks a native support for inputting physical documents/papers. While taking photographs is the major (and only?!) option in evernote, recognition of content/resolution/OCR reliability can vary drastically.It poses a serious question: is what I put into evernote really securely and consistently collected in the system? With evernote's goal of creating a ultimate collection of users' memory, imagine a scenario of hundreds of thousands of notes over the years, and a new note you place is lost in the ocean of information without being recognized properly - It's like losing a single book in a big library.Evernote is good enough to avoid the above in webclip/text, but given a well developed OCR engine, a native scanning support of document will ensure a reasonable reliability in the collection process. This way, users do not need to keep nagging and worry if their information is lost.Sorry for the long post. Just my 2 cents~ Link to comment
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