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soopafly

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  1. Wow. I just found out today that I cannot log out of Evernote. This seems like a fairly basic "feature" to implement, especially for people that are on a shared computer with somewhat sensitive information like myself. Why hasn't this been implemented??? When opening Evernote, I'm prompted with the login screen popup, but can click on the close button of the popup and browse notes. Seems a little sketchy.
  2. There was a discussion not too long ago regarding something like this, which really didn't result in anything. viewtopic.php?f=30&t=27573 I would also like to see this as well. Even something low level.
  3. Thanks, but that's not exactly what I had in mind. The shortcut Shift-Cmd-T adds a single checkbox item. What I'm getting at is that I would like to be able to select multiple lines, for example: Pick up milk Record baseball game Pay bills And click one button that will add a checkbox to each of those lines, similar to the bulleted list functionality, like so: [ ] Pick up milk [ ] Record baseball game [ ] Pay bills
  4. Hello, I often find myself in meetings jotting down notes in EN like a mad man. It would be nice to see a button next to the bulleted/numbered list with the same functionality, but when pressed, will add a to-do checkbox before each line. That is all!
  5. +1 for this feature request. I often scan and upload receipts, tax docs, mortgage stuff, etc etc that's somewhat sensitive, and since anyone can just get on my machine and open EN, it would be nice to password protect notes/notebooks.
  6. Sorry, I'm referring to sending an invite with a premium subscription, to someone that doesn't have an Evernote account at all, that's viewing the note via browser. For example, I share a note to a non EN account holder (let's call him Joe) from my EN client. I put in Joe's email in my client for him to get an invite to allow him to modify the note. Joe gets an email from me that reads: This is an invitation to view and edit my Evernote notebook: General. Click the link below to go to the notebook. https://www.evernote.com/shard/s63/share/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/ Evernote / Remember everything. / www.evernote.com Joe clicks on that link in the email which opens his browser to my note, which is read only. There's no way Joe can modify this note, unless he registers with EN and gets a regular account. It would be nice if Joe could just edit the note right off the bat, but he actually has to register for an EN account.
  7. Just a note for anyone else looking for an answer to this, I just received confirmation from EN tech support that this is not possible...which is an absolute bummer. I would really love to give someone access to my notes without having them go through hoops in doing so. Hopefully this will change in the future.
  8. I would also like to add that the subject line "I have shared an Evernote notebook with you" is very undescriptive and can get very annoying after receiving many of these in my inbox, not knowing which is which.
  9. I'm sorry engberg, but I'm still not able to get this to work. I'm still seeing the same permission set when I send a second email. I've been a free member for a few months and just purchased a Premium account the other day. Here's a screenshot of what I'm seeing http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v146/ ... k-full.jpg When the user clicks on the link in the email, he's taken to the page, but does not have the option to edit the notebook. Does the other person need to be an EN member as well?? Any help would be great
  10. I'm confused. How do you send and new invitation with new permissions?
  11. I recently posted something about this as well. viewtopic.php?f=30&t=26199 From what it sounds like, your friend needs a basic Evernote account to make edits to the notebook via the browser. I'm relatively new to Evernote, so I may be completely wrong. It would be really nice if you can specify who can make edits to your notebook without also having that person having an EN account.
  12. This area here which I've highlighted in the sharing setting makes it sound like anyone on the invitation list can modify, delete, etc. As a new user of Evernote, this sounds a little deceptive.
  13. That's really too bad. Maybe they should change the terminology in the EN client than. All the reasons for me getting a premium account yesterday aren't valid it seems.
  14. Hello, Sorry I've done a search but can't find the answer. If I send a note to someone (as a Premium member), will s/he be able to edit the note without having an Evernote account? For example, if I share a note to Joe Schmoe at joe@schmoe.com, which isn't an Evernote member at all, will he be able to modify the note without having to register an account with Evernote? Thanks!
  15. Like the subject reads, I would like to know if there's any way to remove the superfluous Facebook Like bar on top of shared notes when viewed thru the browser. It's good to see Evernote, along with everyone else embracing social media to spread the word, but in my opinion very unprofessional, especially when sending a link to a client...and especially if it's somewhat sensitive material. That last thing I want to see when sharing sensitive content is a Facebook "Like" button. Like my other comment about removing Evernote branding on emails, this would be nice to present the option for Premium users to remove the Facebook bar
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