DR349 0 Posted July 14, 2014 Share Posted July 14, 2014 Hey, Not sure if there is a feature for this already in Evernote, but I generally use evernote as a digital file cabinet and most of the files that I place in there I just want to be there basically forever and don't usually need to move them much or delete them etc. I just need to access them as I have filed them when I need to access them. I had an experience where I had accidentally deleted a lot of files when my son was in my lap and pressing buttons on the keyboard. Needless to say I spent a while trying to sort that out and it was frustrating, and I'm sure others may have had a similar experience. Evernote is a fantastic product, but I am more and more worried about a situation like this happening as I become more reliant on the system since I am nearly paperless now. If something were to happen there wouldn't be a way for me to retrieve the files since I generally shred the documents or recycle them. It occurred to me (and maybe to others) that a simple solution might exist that could set files as defaulting to needing to enter a password to delete or move the files so folks like me would have an extra layer of security against the folders and files being accidentally deleted or moved without first having to put in a password. For those that want to be able to quickly and easily be able to move their files they could have this setting turned off by default. In a perfect world maybe my solution or something similar, but better could be set up, or if it already is if someone could link to the thread for me I'd appreciate it very much. Thank you for creating an excellent product that has improved my life! Link to comment
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