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  1. Thanks for the reply. I thought I tried the option that's supposed to create separate notes for each page and it didn't seem to work, but I'll give it another look. I also scan certain types of documents using my iPhone. I use Scannable, although it has a glitch with setting the crop boundaries that annoys me (and which I reported and they replied and said they know about it... which was nearly a year ago now). If you have any other suggestions, I''m all ears. Thanks again!
  2. Update several months later: As suggested, I am now happily scanning everything as PDF, which works fine. However, there is still one thing I wish I could do like I used to and that is to put a stack of receipts in the feeder for the scanner, tell the software that I am scanning receipts, then hit the button once and make a separate note in EN for each receipt. I am currently scanning each receipt individually, but the old software worked that way by default and now I can't seem to figure out a way to do it. I know I could scan into the ScanSnap client as a receipt and maybe that would create
  3. OK, I am still tinkering with things, but here's one I just stumbled across that's a moderate annoyance: Apparently, the maximum length (in the direction of the feed) is limited to 14.17 inches?! I know for a fact that before this update I was able to scan much longer documents (for example, lots of receipts are much longer than this), although it required a long press on the scan button. Actually, I didn't try that, so let me pause in typing here and give it a shot. To my surprise and delight, it worked! I wonder why the dimension setting in the software indicates 14.17" as the maximum t
  4. I am going to play around with some things based on what I've learned from your posts, then I will report back my results. Thanks to you both!
  5. Oh yeah, any thoughts/ideas on scanning to a specific notebook? I used to scan to different notebooks for documents, receipts, photos, etc. but now I don't think that's possible. Thanks again!
  6. Thanks for the reply! In doing my research, I saw you posting a lot and my inclination was to just send a message to you, so I am glad your replied. 🙂 So my problem (if you want to call it that) doesn't have anything to do with the scanner. It feeds pages through just fine and the scans look good. Let me try to explain with an example. Source: a 10-page document printed on 8.5x11 white paper that has printed text on one side of all sheets and the second side of some. Some of the pages also have hand-written notes written in the margins. One last wrinkle is that a few of the pages are
  7. OK, so I knew things were going to be different going into this, so that's all fine. I went through the process of updating the firmware, making my SnanSnap EN Edition into a ScanSnap ix500. The process went pretty smoothly. So far, I have skipped the step of scanning to the ScanSnap Cloud because I really only want to use the scanner with Evernote. I created a "profile" for Evernote, adjusted the settings, and it seems to be working as advertised. The default workflow I utilized before upgrading to Catalina was to use the ScanSnap Manager Evernote Edition software (formal name) to select
  8. Oh, and thank you for the confirmation, @Shane D.
  9. I agree with @Zhiroc that the initial survey was very professional, polished, etc. @Zhiroc, do you also agree that the copy included in the surveys is sloppy, with lots of typos and grammatical mistakes? Even the email I posted above needs some tweaks to the wording and punctuation. It's these little things that tip me off to illegitimate messages (phishing attempts, spam, etc.), which is what led me to my initial search that led me to this thread. In general, I'd say the level of professionalism I am associating with icanmakeitbetter is a far cry from what I expect from Evernote itself. Just
  10. Just got the following email from icanmakeitbetter: Imagine Insights and Evernote Community - Don't miss out on our raffles! Provide Feedback: Space in your heart We have a new acitivity "Space in my heart" for you. In this acitivity, we want to learn more about what websites and apps are helping you stay organzied. Remember, this week we have 2 raffles, if you participate in all 5 activities this week : -100 - $10 Amazon Gift Cards - 10 - $100 Amazon Gift Cards Don't miss out!
  11. @Shane D.Did you find out anything useful?
  12. I have had the same exact experience as Zhiroc with the same exact communication via email. I have completed the surveys I got from icanmakeitbetter, being careful not to disclose any personal information. @DTLow The original email with link to the survey came from team@emails.evernote.com, which I have received many messages from since about a year ago and there is nothing about them that makes me think they're not legitimate. At the conclusion of the initial survey, I remember an info screen saying that the next step would be that I'd hear from someone at icanmakeitbetter and to add the
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