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  1. I've been a long-term user of Evernote and use it for everything from project and task management to storing quotes and ideas. I love the notebook analogy, but like all notebooks it has one major limitation. You can’t spread your notebook out on a desktop and see all of the pages at once. It’s difficulty to get the “big picture” overview of a notebook, so when I want to get really creative with my notes, solve problems, or plan a project, I've always found myself reaching for a stack of coloured, 3x5 index cards and going analogue. Unlike a notebook, index cards are “non-linear”. By stori
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  2. I couldn't agree more. I feel very much the same. A full featured website is high on my list of priorities after I have completed the initial feature set. In the meantime a quick note on data. Any Evernote data that is stored locally to the application is stored on Microsoft Windows Azure Cloud servers that comply with key industry standards for security. Also, only those notes that are currently sitting on a Desktop will be stored on the server for performance reasons. Remove a Card from the Desktop and the application will with have no record of the Evernote note.
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  3. Interesting concept, and I realize it is an early stage beta, but I always shy away from landing pages that have little to no information on the program. I'd feel more comfortable if there was a video and a FAQ section, along with some assurances on security of my Evernote data.
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  4. Enzo, Thanks for the feedback, it's much appreciated. I'll certainly take on board your suggestions for the next release. Business Folders are are new to me, so I'll get up to speed on them and see what's involved in supporting them. How hard can it be? Did you discover that clicking on the "elephant" icon on the card or double clicking on a note in a notebook will open it directly in Evernote's web client? This makes deleting and editing a little easier.
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  5. Hello AshleyR, I have tried CardDesk, and first thing I realized, is that it does not read my Business Folders. I have a magazine project running right now, and I immediately got hooked on your idea. the card desk is something I have wished for for some time. However, I have all the material I would want to want to display in one of my Business Folders. A vision board for my upcoming articles would be a huge leap forward. Do you think, you could add Business folders? The second thing that caught my immediate attention was, that i do not have the option to sync manually. I have added several
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  6. I have not talked with support. I am not a premium member. It is my understanding I will not get help from Evernote support without being a premium member.Please read my sig.
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  7. Tom, have you talked to support? If not, I'd recommend submitting a support request.
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