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  1. This is my first post to this forum though I've learned much from it by internet searches! I've really enjoyed the past couple years of "trying" to go paperless and Evernote is an incredible tool to get me there. The many different ways to input info, search it and share it is mind boggling! ......BUT AS powerful as this program is, am I correct that i can accidentally (reaching over to sharpen pencil, paper falling on keyboard, cat walking on keyboard, etc.) touch my "Delete" key and instantly erase one or several notes and not even be aware of it?!?!?!?!? I've just become painfully aware of this severe oversight and I'm sure it's been talked about up here before. This is SCARY beyond belief! YES, I KNOW I can get it back out of trash, but why would I if I don't even know it happened?!?!?!? For the love of everything holy, put a simple Deletion Confirmation in the program!!!!! It's like buying a new shiny sports car and finding out doesn't have a steering wheel... nor is it offered!!!!
  2. I'm sure other scanners do this too, but when I scan with my ScanSnap Manager, the SS Profile I'm using offers to save a PDF before it directs it to Evernote. Now I love Evernote and hope it stays around forever, but it has made me wonder if I should use ScanSnap Manager's environment along with Evernote for the sake of not putting all my "eggs in one basket". Am I being paranoid or do y'all think there is merit to this? I'm guessing that this topic also applies to leaving PDF's in Evernote's Watched Folders too. Basically, I'm talking about ANY saved PDF hierarchy ALONG WITH Evernote. (A lot more work to maintain, I'm sure.) Thanks for any ideas and opinions!
  3. Well, It seems that ScanSnap scanners and Evernote are two companies that are pretty much joined at the hip (An internet search will quickly confirm this). And SSR is a relatively new program that has some very cool features for handling receipts. In particular, A vast amount of folks store a hard copy of scans on their hard drives along with sending them to Evernote using their ScanSnap Manager settings. Now we have another ScanSnap avenue that "specializes" in handling receipts. I was wondering if anyone had found a way to incorporate this new software into their workflow. Update: Since asking this question, I've dived into the depths of ScanSnap Receipt pretty heavy and found for myself that there really is no net benefit of using it alongside of Evernote. Mainly due to it's proprietary database and limited export naming abilities. Thanks for your time, Bobby
  4. ScanSnap Receipt is a cool program for scanning, editing, archiving & OCR'ing receipts, but I would like to combine it's strengths with Evernote. Just curious if anyone has incorporated SS Receipt into their workflow. Thanks!
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