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  1. solomanwisdom

    Password Protected Notebooks

    ANSWER: Move to MS OneNote. Free. Protect notes. Easy to use. Clean interface.
  2. solomanwisdom

    Request: Import date note was created

    I quit and went to OneNote instead. Different, but once you get the hang of it - its so much better in my opinion. And free too! Free 30GB space for notes is lovely ) Thanks for the help guys.
  3. solomanwisdom

    Password Protected Notebooks

    I switched to OneNote in the end. Usually not a Microsoft fan (being mostly a Mac user) but they have done an exceptional job on OneNote. If you use it with OneDrive you can get up to 30GB free cloud storage too and no need to worry about taking up space and being charged (for going over) Evernote's limited space. Password protection on sections too. But anyway, thats's a different discussion.
  4. solomanwisdom

    Request: Import date note was created

    Other EN threads which may prove helpful: WIN - Backup Restore Tip https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/37654-backup-restore-tip WIN - How to backup your Windows client Evernote database https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/22426-how-to-backup-your-windows-client-evernote-database We need backups! https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/46588-we-need-backups Thanks - appreciate the reply. Looked into it and Evernote themselves say that date created will be lost.
  5. solomanwisdom

    Password Protected Notebooks

    +1 Amazed this isn't an option. Even Microsoft OneNote has it.
  6. Hi there, new to Evernote. One of the most important things for me is the ability to export the data (for local backup) and import data should any problems arise. Thankfully Evernote has an export feature. However, I noticed that any imports lose the stack information and date note was created. Not retaining stacks I can live without but not having the created date is a huge problem for me (and I imagine other users). Some notes are so time specific (e.g first time your child speaks/does something significant) and not having that information can render the note useless. Is there a way Evernote team can look into this and include a created datestamp upon export? I would imagine this is as simple as creating a field that reads the creation date upon export, and then a field that reads it upon import. I think having things like this available helps win trust / builds credibility for Evernote as a system that people can rely on and still feel assured that invested energy isn't lost. Thanks!
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