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  1. With this latest version, the ease of use on IOS has improved dramatically, however, am finding compatibility issue with windows -windows 10, x86, saferoom v1.4 Notes encrypted on windows with a pdf extension - when decrypted on IOS, the file attachment has no file extension (e.g. .pdf) and IOS does not know what type of file it is - hence I have to save the file, rename it and then i can open it. Am I doing something wrong? appreciate any comments, cheers, Martin
  2. Just tried the new version (iOS) and it does exactly what I wanted it to: scan document->open in saferoom->encrypt->upload to Evernote; without the need to save locally or open in another app, many thanks, Happy Customer
  3. If I recall correctly, you can not have a local folder (non-synced) on iOS devices, though you can on other platforms, e.g. Windows
  4. If I understand what is being asked for - not sure that it is feasible within Evernote? In order to achieve this - you would need to perform either of the following:- - Create the note in Evernote, select the content (e.g. Attached file) - then 'open in' Saferoom to encrypt (similar for decrypt ) or, Create 'note' in aother app - open in Saferoom - save the file and this encrypted file can then be uploaded into Evernote. If I understand correctly - if you follow the first route the by creating the toe in Evernote - it will be uploaded to the Evernote servers before it is encryp
  5. I am aware that there are other ways of encrypting PDF's, however using Saferoom gives me a single consistent encryption method across all my devices and while I can use it for scanned PDF's on the iPhone, I have to go through an intermediate app - I was looking for a more seem-less option for scanning/encrypting into Evernote. cheers
  6. Hi, I'm wondering if the following scenario is supported in any way within Saferoom? I tend to scan a lot of documents and then store them as pdf's in Evernote - however, I do not do this with confidential information as I would not want it uploaded unencrypted. I use an app on my iPhone to control the scanner and it is easy to save the documents directly into Evernote. Once in Evernote, I know they can be encrypted - but this means an unencrypted version has already been uploaded to the servers. I don't believe it is possible to have a 'local only' Evernote folder on iOS; which had
  7. Similar request here. The only way that I have found is to prefix the title of the note with 1-, 2-,3- etc. so that I can now sort on the title - however, this only works until such time as you change the tags and so have to rename the tags. Would be grateful for any other ideas that anyone might have.
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