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  1. My beautiful, articulate, thoughtful post just got eaten. ARGHHH! Reader's Digest Condensed Version... please, please, please consider the elegant, simple and flawlessly functional Palm OS Calendar/To Do interface when designing your new features. I have been in such deep, dark mourning since its demise. Evernote is my best hope for restoring my will to live. You've already put some of the color back in my cheeks with your fabulous program. Tie in smart, stable calendar with tasks anchored to their respective days that can also be easily categorized and sorted in a master list and I will for sure break out in joyful, lilting song. Thank you for all of your inspired work thus far. You've truly enhanced the way I work and given me confidence about having all my stuff in one easy, accessible place. :)
  2. Thanks, Jeff. Actually, I hadn't thought of highlighting the text of a whole note. But what if you encryted a whole note but then later edited it or added new text? How would that effect the existing encryption? Would you have to toss the old encrytion first and then re-encrypt the whole note? Seems complicated. As far as password protecting the entire database, I was referring to the fact that you can logout of the whole program in order to protect your information. In order to get back in you have to login with a password. Are there any other privacy/encrption mechanisms that I may have missed? Thank you so much for your time!
  3. I think password protecting individual notes is CRITICAL. I would like to be able to store password info and possibly credit card info that I have to use for specific client projects, but I don't want to risk it being discovered. I was a devoted Palm user and it had a great feature where you could lock an individual memo and assign a password to it by just checking a little privacy box next to the memo's title. On my phone the memo would show up in the list of all memos, but its title (i.e. "My Client's Credit Card Numbers") would be grayed out (as in a solid gray bar, not simply grayed out text) so that no hint would be given as to what the content of the memo was. In order to open the memo and access it's information I would have to type in a password that I had assigned. This was an excellent, and to my mind, critical, feature that I would love to see it implemented in Evernote. I know that it is possible to password protect an entire Evernote database, but being able to add an extra layer of an additional password for special notes would make an already awesome program even awesomer!
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