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  1. Yes, this does seem to make the most sense. I've been using KeePass integrated with Dropbox. It works well, but would cause a slight headache in the worst-case scenario. Bitwarden's web vault would work better in that case.
  2. Thanks gazumped. This seems like an excellent idea. I have not considered Bitwarden. Their Web Vault with a long admin password that is easily remembered can be a one-point of contact solution for a worst-case scenario. Even their web copy points at this: "Stuck without any of your devices? Using a friend's computer? You can access your Bitwarden vault from any web enabled device by using our web vault." It seems like it makes sense to transfer all of my passwords from KeePass to Bitwarden. Thanks again.
  3. True. In this scenario, we're talking about a worst-case scenario. Pretend you're traveling and just lost everything. Your phone, laptop, etc. Evernote web access would require 2FA or the backup code you mentioned. How would the backup code help you if you lost everything? Unless one memorized it. In this example, perhaps the one-point of contact should be Dropbox. One could have their Evernote backup code in that. I know this is a some-what ridiculous scenario, but it could happen. I am wondering if someone has thought this through. Thus, if someone lost everything, they could simply access a computer at a library and do business as usual. What would be the optimal solution?
  4. I use 2 Factor Authentication plus a password manager (KeePass file in Dropbox) for most of my online services. I have encrypted my phone and laptop. I use a backup service for my files and I have two identical local backups. I feel pretty good about my setup. However, I've thought about a worst-case scenario. What would happen if I lost my phone AND laptop simultaneously (or they were stolen)? My phone is needed for 2 Factor Authentication, and thus, I would not be able to access Evernote, Dropbox, Gmail, etc., because of the long, complicated passwords from the password manager. I use Republic Wireless for my phone service, so I would need to buy a new phone, wait for it to arrive and then activate it so I could complete the 2FA process. I would be temporarily locked out of many online services. I am wondering what the best backup plan would be for a worst-case scenario? I've thought about changing my Evernote password to something strong that I can remember. I guess I would have to copy some of my main passwords over to a note and keep them updated. I've also thought of porting my cell number to Google, and thus could buy a pre-paid phone, and have my number directed there temporarily. I am wondering if anyone has thought of this. If you have 2FA enabled, and temporarily lost everything, do you have one point of access that would allow you to maintain online access as normal?
  5. I like to write in an Evernote note via the Windows version. The frustrating issue is that I often get missing keystrokes while typing. To demonstrate this, I have typed the same sentence below in Evernote Windows numerous times: I often get mising keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missingkeystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I often get missing keystrokes while typing. I o ten get missing keystrokes while typing. Those aren't misspellings. Those are missing keystrokes. This only happens in Evernote for Windows. It happens both when I type a note in the main interface and also when I double-click and open a note and type in that. Any ideas why this might be happening?
  6. Thanks, I am able to add attachments again.
  7. I changed my name under "Tools->Account Info->Full Name:" but I am still unable to add any attachments. I still get this error: "This file could not be added because it is too large. This file exceeds the maximum attachment size of 0B for a single note."
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