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AmirM

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  1. Many times when I scan documents (usually hebrew docs) the app will auto rotate them upside down and then I need to manually adjust each page. Is there a way to prevent this? don't understand why there is no setting available to enable/disable this function.
  2. The way I view and use Evernote is this: Don't put anything unencrypted into Evernote that I consider sensitive. For sensitive documents I want in Evernote, I encrypt them first (like PDFs) ​Many PDF tools offer 128-bit encryption Adobe Acrobat X (and later) and other tools also offer 256-bit encryption, but you won't be able to view the PDFs inline. Finally, I am in the process of evaluating Wuala which provides highly encrypted Cloud storage that also can sync to your local files like DropBox. I use this approach too. I don't have many documents I consider too sensitive to hold in my EN cloud. If I want a protection layer on some file I use the documents original built in password protection (for ms-office documents or pdf's) or I compress it with encryption before uploading it to EN. I lose the possibility to find the note through search within the document but I can still find it by words in the description or tags etc. To minimize the risk of unauthorized access I use 2 factor authentication on my account and password protect my mobile devices. If someone wants to hack my EN and will invest enough effort I guess they could, but I don't have any top-secret information there as I usually keep the nuclear launch codes on a different system.
  3. When I try to use the screenshot option from within the web clipper in chrome and the display zoom is no set to 100% (I usually use 125-150%) then the clipped image is not what I selected.
  4. Thanks, this looks great! Looking forward…
  5. I'm looking for some ideas for a more secure/discrete way of keeping some of my notes. I have a premium account and I use EN on daily basis to keep almost anything. I also linked some other apps and web based services to EN to enhance it. While EN has some level of security with the phone password or 2-step verification, these other services don't, and once I allow them access to my database anyone that can gain access to them can see all my notes. Some of my notes contain a more discrete and personal information that I want to be less accessible to these apps/services. It's not any nuclear launch codes or anything like that, so I'm not looking for any hi-tech encryption – Just another simple layer of protection that will enable me to keep working and searching all of my notes as usual within EN, but will require some extra steps for other apps. I thought of using a second EN account and sharing notebooks between my accounts, but I'm not sure if this is the right solution. I'll appreciate some ideas... Thanks
  6. Hi Leura, You can follow this process: http://www.degconsulting.net/2013/07/evernote-gmail-followupthen.html or this one: http://tabletproductive.com/use-evernote-followupthen-to-automate-reminders-for-your-gtd-system/ and adjust them to your needs. The foolowup email address you should use would be: daily1600@followupthen.com
  7. I had a similar problem in the past. EN Support told me to delete and reinstall the iphone app, and it resolved the problem.
  8. 4 ways I can recomend to handle such a case: 1. Create 1 master note with all the appointments and set the reminder to the first one. when the reminder pops up, reset the reminder to the next one and so on... 2. Create a note with the details of each appointment, set the appropriate reminder for that note, and create a master note (TOC) with links to all of them. 3 Use a service like followupthen - instead of setting the reminder within evernote, send the note to followupthen.com with the date you want to followup (you can send the same note multiple times for different followups, or create a recurring followup for birthdays etc.) - on the date you specified, you'll receive the note in your email. 4. The best way I think is to create the reminders in a different to-do/calendar app and embed the evernote link into it, so you could open the relevant note when the reminder pops up.
  9. You can use ifttt.com I set up a recipe to copy each item I star in pocket to my EN account.
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