I wish Evernote would hurry up and do this. Their competitor, OneNote, has a solution for this. I don't care if the OCR is imperfect, I just want it. I'll fix the typos myself. I generate hundreds of handwritten pages a month, scanned via the Evernote ScanSnap. Using a transcription service is super expensive. Converting them to another app, only to put them back into Evernote, is a massive pain. Search and OCR are not the same, and while searching is certainly valuable, there are other uses for the text itself. OCR has been a thing for years - please, Evernote, make it happen!
Hi, longtime Evernote user here. I've been using the Snapscan to digitize my analog files (thousands of pages scanned) and was generally very happy with the results. I have a fresh install of Yosemite (10.10.2), and using the latest Evernote version (6.0.8). However, something very strange started happening in the past few days. I had a huge stack of notebooks that I was interested in collapsing into one big mega-notebook. I did this largely manually, using "Select All" in every notebook in the stack, and moving it to the new mega-notebook. Each notebook moved had somewhere between 5 and 1