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  1. It would be great if Evernote could create support for people to store their information on a personal password-protected webDAV server. This would put individuals back in control of their own data by allowing customers to encrypt all their data with their own key and store it on their own server of choice. Perhaps a new version of Evernote could be sold purely as a software product with no subscription -- customers could simply purchase a WebDAV-capable version of the Evernote software and phone app. This new webDAV version of Evernote could exist side by side with the subscription version -- customers could choose which version suits them best. For those customers who might prefer to stay with the current subscription model, it would be nice to see Evernote eventually offer to subscribers the option to encrypt all stored data using the strongest encryption available, and using a user-specified encryption key, so that only the individual users themselves are able to decrypt the information. Many users use Evernote as a kind of digital File-cabinet, and it would be nice if the files were as secure as those stored in a physical file cabinet.
  2. It would be nice if there were a way to automatically create a new notebook when emailing an email into Evernote using the "@[notebook]" command. Perhaps the command could be "!@[notebook]" to create a notebook that does not already exist. It would also be nice if it were possible to create a new tag when emailing an email in to Evernote using the "#[tag]" command, or "!#[tag]". When sharing a note to Evernote within iOS, it would be nice if there were a way not only to select the notebook it should be filed into, but also to create a new notebook, to select tags, and create new tags. I think that most people create new folders (notebooks) in their filing systems in response to new kinds of notes that need to be stored. When a new piece of information comes along that does not fit into the existing filing system, a new notebook needs to be created. It would be nice to be able to easily create a new notebook or tag from within a share menu, or within an email, without always needing to switch back into Evernote to do it.
  3. Often, a single note will contain multiple dates that are important to remember. For example, an email message that was sent to Evernote might list several dates on which classes are going to be held for the next few months. It would be nice if it were possible to set up reminders for multiple dates without having to duplicate the note over and over again. Currently it is only possible to set a single reminder date/time for each note. If one wishes to set additional reminders, one must create a duplicate copy of the note for each new date that one wants to have a reminder on.
  4. It would be great if there were an easy way to send any note as a PDF file by email. In one click from a share menu, it would be possible to automatically convert a note to PDF, open the default mail client and add that PDF that was just created to a brand-new email message. When I click on share, and then share note, the window that pops up asks me to enter in email address(es) to send the message to. The only problem with this approach is that the people who I send the note to need to have Evernote accounts themselves. If they do not have an Evernote account, then they are asked to create one before they can read the content that I am sending. I would like to be able to send evernotes to people who do not use Evernote and do not want to open up an Evernote account for themselves. That is why it would be nice, especially for Business purposes where it might be inappropriate to ask someone to open an Evernote account simply to see some information that you are sending them. Printing the note to PDF using a PDF printer is a possible workaround, but not ideal, and this is also not possible to do in iOS on a phone, or a tablet. On Mac as in iOS, all the software tends to be pretty tightly integrated with Apple Mail, which is the default email program. So I am used to programs having a share button to share to the Mail app in order to quickly share the content in an email.
  5. When I click on share, and then share note, the window that pops up asks me to enter in (a) recipient email address(es). These are the emails of the people I would like to send the message to. The only problem with this approach is that the people who I send the note to have to have Evernote accounts themselves. I would like to be able to send ever notes to people who do not use Evernote and do not want to open up an Evernote account for themselves. That is why it would be nice, especially for Business purposes where it might be inappropriate to ask someone to open an Evernote account simply to see some information that you are sending them. Hence, the reason for my feature request. Printing the note to PDF using a PDF printer looks like a good workaround. On Mac, which I use, all the software tends to be pretty tightly integrated with Apple Mail, which is the default email program. So I am used to programs having a share button to share to the Mail app in order to quickly share the content in an email.
  6. Oh that's an interesting idea... create a link to the note on multiple calendar entries. Not sure how I would do that. Hmm... well I actually like that Evernote sends me an email every time there is a reminder about a note, because often times, email gets my attention better than a pop-up reminder on my phone that goes away as quickly as it appears. My feature request is not really for a specific platform of Evernote. It is a feature request for all platforms. I was actually using the iOS app when I had the thought that multiple reminders for a single note would be useful. Is there a place to post general feature requests for all versions of Evernote, i.e. Evernote functionality in general? I don't want to just post it on the Mac forum and leave out the windows, android, website, and iOS users. Thanks.
  7. There should be a way to automatically create a new notebook when emailing an email into Evernote using the "@[notebook]" command. Perhaps the command could be "!@[notebook]" to create a notebook that does not already exist. It should also be possible to create a new tag when emailing an email in to Evernote using the "#[tag]" command. When sharing a note to Evernote within iOS, it would be nice if there were a way not only to select the notebook it should be filed into, but also to create a new notebook, to select tags, and create new tags. I think that most people create new folders (notebooks) in their filing systems in response to new kinds of notes that need to be stored. When a new piece of information comes along that does not fit into the existing filing system, a new notebook needs to be created. It would be nice to be able to easily create a new notebook or tag from within a share menu, or within an email, without always needing to switch back into Evernote to do it.
  8. It would be great if Evernote could create support for people to store their information on a personal password-protected webDAV server. This would put individuals back in control of their own data by allowing customers to encrypt all their data with their own key and store it on their own server of choice. Perhaps a new version of Evernote could be sold purely as a software product with no subscription -- customers could simply purchase a WebDAV-capable version of the Evernote software and phone app. For those who prefer the current subscription model, it would be nice to see Evernote eventually offer to subscribers the option to encrypt all stored data using the strongest encryption available, and using a user-specified encryption key, so that only the individual users themselves are able to decrypt the information. Many users use Evernote as a kind of digital File-cabinet, and it would be nice if the files were as secure as those stored in a physical file cabinet.
  9. It would be great if Evernote could create support for people to store their information on a personal password-protected webDAV server. This would put individuals back in control of their own data by allowing customers to encrypt all their data with their own key and store it on their own server of choice. Perhaps a new version of Evernote could be sold purely as a software product with no subscription -- customers could simply purchase a WebDAV-capable version of the Evernote software and phone app. For those who prefer the current subscription model, it would be nice to see Evernote eventually offer to subscribers the option to encrypt all stored data using the strongest encryption available, and using a user-specified encryption key, so that only the individual users themselves are able to decrypt the information. Many users use Evernote as a kind of digital File-cabinet, and it would be nice if the files were as secure as those stored in a physical file cabinet.
  10. It would be great if Evernote could create support for people to store their information on a personal password-protected webDAV server. This would put individuals back in control of their own data by allowing customers to encrypt all their data with their own key and store it on their own server of choice. Perhaps a new version of Evernote could be sold purely as a software product with no subscription -- customers could simply purchase a WebDAV-capable version of the Evernote software and phone app. For those who prefer the current subscription model, it would be nice to see Evernote eventually offer to subscribers the option to encrypt all stored data using the strongest encryption available, and using a user-specified encryption key, so that only the individual users themselves are able to decrypt the information. Many users use Evernote as a kind of digital File-cabinet, and it would be nice if the files were as secure as those stored in a physical file cabinet.
  11. It would be great if Evernote could create support for people to store their information on a personal password-protected webDAV server. This would put individuals back in control of their own data by allowing customers to encrypt all their data with their own key and store it on their own server of choice. Perhaps a new version of Evernote could be sold purely as a software product with no subscription -- customers could simply purchase a WebDAV-capable version of the Evernote software and phone app. For those who prefer the current subscription model, it would be nice to see Evernote eventually offer to subscribers the option to encrypt all stored data using the strongest encryption available, and using a user-specified encryption key, so that only the individual users themselves are able to decrypt the information. Many users use Evernote as a kind of digital File-cabinet, and it would be nice if the files were as secure as those stored in a physical file cabinet.
  12. Often, a single note will contain multiple dates that are important to remember. For example, an email message that was sent to Evernote might list several dates on which classes are going to be held for the next few months. It would be nice if it were possible to set up reminders for multiple dates without having to duplicate the note over and over again. (Currently it is only possible to set a single reminder date for each note. If one wishes to set additional dates, One must create a duplicate copy of the note for each new date that one wants to have a reminder on.)
  13. It would be great if there were an easy way to send any note as a PDF file by email. In one click from a share menu, it would be possible to automatically convert a note to PDF, open the default mail client and add that PDF that was just created to a brand-new email message.
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