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  1. + 1 Saved Searches grow in value the more you use and fill Evernote. My En shortcuts are populated by saved searches which largely define my workflow. A huge time saver for an application that has long positioned itself as a productivity tool. See also my Feature Suggestion to have separate Shortcuts for En Business vs En Personal.
  2. @DTLow kudos to you for trying to offer some levity to this discussion. I think it's worth pointing out that whole note/notebook level encryption does have technical and user-interface challenges particularly when you are as cross-platform as Evernote is. In saying this, the move to Google Cloud was prompted in part by getting access to modern backend architecture that will give Evernote more ability to roll out these kinds of features. It's also worth highlighting that the current text-based Encryption isn't entirely secure because synced text that is subsequently encrypted can sti
  3. Separate reminder app (eg. if you're an Apple user "Hey Siri, remind me when I get home to check x in Evernote") Then use Shortcuts - which can be a note, a tag, or a Saved Search - my favourite option, and would save the copy/paste option shown above. Use the Mac or Windows client to easily drag a Saved Search into your Shortcuts list.
  4. As a long time Evernote user, subscriber and now ECC I was hoping to find a lively discussion on this topic. Certainly not disappointed but perhaps a little surprised to see that of the 200 million users Evernote has, it's a tiny percentage we see hear voicing their opinions on this move. That alone should motivate Evernote on their decision. I too have been apprehensive about this move. I've always liked that the independence of Evernote was reflected in it's business model that included operating it's own infrastructure. However I care most about Evernote's security and what it d
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