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taointn

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  1. There is some data that I don't have in Evernote precisely because it has been hacked before and eventually it will 'probably' happen again. I don't put that data in the cloud...anywhere in the cloud (or on anyone else's server). Evernote, if you really want to do it right... 1. Make it possible to have a notebook on a mobile device that does not sync at all - this keeps it off the cloud, yes, someone can still get the actual device. 2. Make it possible to encrypt a separate notebook. I don't want to enter a passcode every single time I enter Evernote. There are many notes that I pop into quickly, leave evernote, pop back in 10 minutes later, leave again. The "passcode everything" strategy detracts too much from the ease and lightning speed that currently makes Evernote so useful. I'm not complaining...just suggesting ways for the future for Evernote to remain the note repository leader that it currently is. ~ Satisfied Longterm Premium User
  2. Thanks for the reply Grumpy. I will checkout voodoo. While I was pondering this issue, it appears that OneNote mobile might offer what I want, simply a notetaker that I can add text (preferably rich) and pictures, etc., that is searchable, quick to get to (1 or 2 clicks), that I can keep off the any cloud. Evernote: I love the app, keep on working to be the full service notetaker/keeper please.
  3. I have the opposite desire from this post. I have a notebook that I do not want anywhere else except my phone. Pictures of my credit cards, passports, passwords, drivers license etc, I don't want on the cloud...anywhere. Evernote has been hacked before and probably will again in the future. I can control my iphone's location. But alas, when I had unchecked a notebook labeled "private" in the 'download selected notebooks' settings. I found it on all my subsequent devices...go figure. Anybody help with this? I'm sure I'm missing something obvious. I guess what I'm really asking is, how do I create a 'local notebook only' on an iphone (mobile app). Creating one on the desktop is easy, but that's not where I want it... Thanks all. - Premium user for 2 years
  4. This also works with highlights. I had a special note that is called "colored text feeder" Blue Red Green Purple Orange Blue Red Green Purple
  5. A sort of work around to get some colored text into EN... you will notice that if you create a note with colored text on a Desktop version (for me that's a mac) that colored text does show on the ipad (you just can't edit it, say from blue to red). But you can copy a piece of that text and paste it elsewhere in the note and it will retain it's color information you can continue to type in the same color. For example, it my note is generally 'black', but I have created 'blue' text on my desktop in the word 'iPAD'. If I copy the blue 'iPAD' elsewhere in the note, I can continue to type in blue immediately after the 'iPAD'... so I type 'Macs Rule'... it shows in blue, and then just delete 'iPad'. A little bit clunky, but workable. There are a few colors that I would like to have and use regularly, blue, red, green,... create a word in a special note that has a letter in different colors, copy that word from your special 'feeder' note and then you can type in different colors on your ipad. Not perfect, but do-able. hope this helps a few of you.
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