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Sentinel

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  1. EF does "Index" your files: http://c-command.com/eaglefiler/help/search-everything It works quite well. I am not sure what the other artificial intelligence advantages are that you mention, but EF works great for my needs, without the continued headaches seen with EN. I guess I am lucky in that I don't need to access my files remotely all the time, and have the other needs you have. I like my simple life! It is quite nice! EF looks interesting and certainly shares some similarities with DT (Just as Evernote does). However, as far as I can tell there is none of the Artificial Intelligen
  2. JM, I think you should also take a look at EagleFiler, by C-Command Software: https://c-command.com (Mac based only) EagleFiler can do all that DT and EN can do, without the cloud, with the Encryption, can upload to any cloud of your choice for mobile use, etc. EF has been a life saver for me in going completely paperless. I can tell you are excited about DT, which is a nice product. However, I have found EF to be quite a bit simpler, easy to use, with great tools. The EF web clipper is fantastic as well. Good Luck!
  3. I am using EN 5.6.0 Direct. Yosemite 10.10 The best I can do is; Right Click in the body of the Note Choose Convert to PDF It creates a New Note with a PDF of the original Note. Then Drag-n-Drop the PDF from the Note wherever you want to, such as your Desktop. I hope this helps.
  4. In hindsight, I feel it necessary to apologize. My lack of knowledge on the data appearing in my account frustrated me and I allowed that frustration to ferment. I was frustrated with several issues that hit in a small time frame, however, that is no justification for my rants. I made several posts in this forum I consider less than professional. My posts were never meant to be malicious! If you wish to delete them, I agree. If you wish to leave them up as an example of what “not to do”, I agree. I want to extend my apology to Evernote, Terry O., Dave Engberg, the Evangelists and all o
  5. Dave, I do appreciate the visit in the Forum and would have apprecited a bit more information in our discussions in the Support emails back and forth. Thank you for the detailed response! Well worded and about what I anticipated. I am glad Evernote has a handle on this issue. It makes me feel more comfortable knowing you are on it. Thank you!
  6. I would very much like to hear from an Evernote employee about several issues. However, they simply will not respond! I will be on the sidelines watching and listening, waiting for one of two things to happen: EN will either step up to the plate or they will continue their nonchalant, indifference to it's users.
  7. Agree BNF! I too feel like I lost a friend. That emotion was my only drive to attempt deeper communication with EN. However, like you, I need to move on as well. I do hope they come back with better service and support. They have a potentially great product and I could excuse some of the bugs IF there was simply better communication from EN. But once again today, I was brushed off because they were not interested in discussing the issues any further. Thank you BNF and all the other Evangelists (too many to list, but you know who you are!) for your help to me and all the others over th
  8. Here is my latest update with EN Support as of today. If you use a Third Party App integration with Evernote, please BECAREFUL! I submitted a ticket requesting an update on the Open Ticket I had regarding Notes and Notebooks appearing in my account in June 2014. After numerous emails back and forth with Terry O., and much incentive from me, it was finally determined the Notes & Notebooks that appeared in my account came from two sources, which are third party apps which can be used in conjunction with Evernote: SpringPad Migration Tool and CloudHQ -In June 2014, I connected C
  9. Interesting to hear a Business/Premium user has to wait days before getting a response. Very sorry to hear this, but it is not the first time, I grant you that! There is no telling what they will find in regards to the dates changing. I am using EN Version 5.6.0 public and will not be upgrading to any newer version because of so many bugs and issues being reported. Good luck with Support. If there is anything we can do for you here, let us know.
  10. Hi Jo. I am not sure I will be able to help, but I will try since no one else has responded to your post as of yet. What version of the EN client are you using? Do I understand you correct when you say, the modification dates are changing without anyone actually making any changes to the Notes? Is anything else about the Notes changing? Such as Tags assigned to them, the Notebooks they are assigned to, etc? In regards to EN Support not responding to you, I am assuming you submitted a Support Ticket. What date and time did you submit the Ticket?
  11. I could not say it better! With this in mind, I am having difficulty migrating toward anything that will not allow my OS to search for and use my files without the app that organized them. (I think I said that right) Thus, having an app to organize the files in their original format, with the ability to clip items (web, email, etc) into a format I can readily use a basic app for editing, etc. Otherwise, in 2-3 years, I should only expect to face the same dilemma I am faced with now! I too, had placed all my "expectations" in EN for that long term use. Now I am having to use anti-bact
  12. It appears, all you need is an email address for anyone you wish to collaborate with. They then need at least the free version in order to participate. So, work or at home, from my perspective.
  13. From what I have read, they are a web based solution for laptops and desktops with an android app and iOS app. So, yes! I am intrigued!
  14. Has anyone ever used or investigated Intellinote? https://www.intellinote.net
  15. Very good point! But wouldn't you like to sit in on a meeting and share a thought or two?! Although I don't dare place myself in their category, I did however, learn from the "Greatest Generation" in many aspects of life. Business was one. EN needs a bit more growth in...(well, I am left without the proper words)...Anyone?
  16. @GM: I think this is the first time I have had any level of disagreement with you on anything you have ever said in this forum. I do see you point and somewhat agree. However, I don't consider my posts as grousing. Rather toward suffusing the issues. In addition, I was asked to write my last post and with that, others may come forward as well. If you or someone else creates another location to continue the search for alternatives to EN other than this post, please let me know! I am extremely interested in the opinion of the group in this forum. A great group of people! Having said th
  17. Hi, Welcome to the Forum. Sorry you had so much difficulty in deleting a Notebook. It must be frustrating for anyone who does not know how to do this yet. Here is a link to the EN Knowledge Base section for deleting a Notebook: https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/24934101 You may find at times the Knowledge Base is not "up to date". However, I think this particular section is, but I don't know for sure. Not sure anyone does! Hope this helps those who are still looking.
  18. I have already mentioned the security breach I experienced with Evernote (EN) this year. There is not much more to add except the following: June 2014 4 Notebooks appeared in one of my Evernote accounts. Notebook A contained 2 Notes. Notebook B contained 7 Notes. Notebook C contained 1 Note Notebook D contained 1 Note I notified Evernote Support via their Support Ticket System along with an Activity Log. This incident had come on the heels of another user finding Notes being emailed into his Evernote Account. ( https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/59327-random-content-appeari
  19. Why not much fuss? And yes, it probably will blow over. Which I suspect EN is hoping for, but it should NOT blow over! They need to correct this issue before they get anymore experiment funding from me.
  20. @GM: You are right on target! A blanket message to all of EN user should have been published announcing the "leakage", and the steps they are taking to remedy the issue. But we get nothing! Unethical is one word. There is another I would use, but it seems to be too subjective of a term. It is easy to down play such a situation hoping time will let it pass. It seems EN is spreading itself too thin, and not focusing on the core service to get it stable. I think they should abandon apps like Food, etc., in order to make the core product/service better. However, with statements like tar
  21. Well, that is part of my extreme dissatisfaction with EN. NO! I gave them full access to my account and they could not determine how someone else's data showed up in my account. They investigated it quite a while (over 2 months) with no answers. I have much more to say about the issue, but I promised EN I would not express the remaining here. All I can say is, they have no clue how it appeared, and how it reappeared after I deleted it. I am not at liberty to discuss the details of the content of the data, except to say, it was not "personally sensitive data". I recall this happening t
  22. I have been using SpiderOak for my sensitive files for the zero knowledge encryption and have found it's simplicity refreshing! @GM: Agreed! I think the location of some data banks are best left unknown. One would be amazed with the stats on "walk-in" threats to data, to include vetted employees. I have many stories on that to share. Point being, you truly cannot be too careful with your sensitive data. I have been finding someone else's data in my EN account (properly reported to EN Suipport) over the past few months which forced me to withdraw anything other than web clippings from my
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