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  1. Next thing, they'll stop supporting my Palm Pilot
  2. IQTell Shutting Down. Again

    DTLow, for me, it was simply the all in one place interface. They screwed that up with their latest release so that you needed multiple windows open to use tasks, email and Evernote. This made it not much better than using 3 different apps. I am still evaluating replacements, but shouldn't be too hard to find. Mostly, I want the easiest possible method to send emails to EN and to my task list. For the first, it may simply be the EN email address or web clipper. For the second, there are quite a few that accept emails and turn them into tasks, so, among them, which has the feature set I want. It will be similar to that thieving little kid, Goldilocks - not too big and not too small.
  3. They came back from it once, but not twice. Even if they pull out another last minute save, I will be bailing for good. Fortunately, I didn't g all in with them as many did. EN is still my everything app, so all I have to do is move recurring tasks and I'm done
  4. Autosave folder in Android

    The app I am working with now is a new camera app. Only option is to specify the folder it writes to. I might be able to work out something with Dropbox and/or IFTTT. Thanks all.
  5. Autosave folder in Android

    I'm more thinking of having a folder in Evernote that has been given made available offline. Then placing something in that folder syncs back upstream.
  6. Autosave folder in Android

    Is there a folder on the Android where, if I save a file there, it will be added to Evernote, similar to the autosave folder in Windows? I have several apps in which I would like the output saved to Evernote, as opposed to going through the share or email process each time.
  7. Scanned PDFs

    You should be able to modify the layout in Adobe and resave, then delete the original. You can rotate images inside of Evernote, but I don't think the change 'sticks'
  8. Icon question

    Got it. Probably been there for years and I never noticed. Thanks
  9. Icon question

    Next to one of my notebooks is a small icon of a notebook with an arrow pointing toward the notebook name. Can't find any help on this or difference between this and other notebooks. Thanks
  10. Offline Notebooks Data

    Just went through two more cycles of doing the same thing with inconsistent results, so..... IDK
  11. Offline Notebooks Data

    Thanks, should have tried that before posting. Just did and got same results. Clearing cache didn't help. Total local data right now is 1.32Gb so not a problem, but could become one
  12. Offline Notebooks Data

    I know when I make a notebook offline and sync, it downloads my data. If I then remove it from offline, is that data removed? I'm thinking more in terms of storage than security.
  13. Duplicate notebook names

    The way I handle this is to use StackName_FolderName. For instance, I have a Misc folder in several stacks, preceded by the stack name.
  14. People keep referring to 'the cloud' as if it's some magical mystical place. They are moving our data from a bunch of computers in one building to a bunch of computers in another building. But instead of owning the computers and buildings, they are leasing it. Unless you are using an air-gapped computer, in which case you wouldn't be reading this, every byte of your data is at some risk. Is the risk 'acceptable' and is the security 'good enough.' I think so, or I wouldn't have gone all in with EN years ago nor would I have been using Google Drive for redundancy of some of my data. Where are the servers that house your banking data, your brokerage data, your tax data and your porn accounts? I don't know either. I've had my identity stolen. Actually, they didn't steal my identity, they stole my money. Guess what? I got it back. Stuff happens. People steal. Data gets breached. I hope it doesn't happen to me, but if it does or doesn't, it's not because it was on Google servers or Amazon servers or whoever else leases space on huge server farms. If your house hasn't been broken into, it's not because you have good locks and a security system, it's because nobody has tried yet. This is a good move. It frees Evernote to do what it does better than most and let's Google handle the mundane task of keeping the servers plugged in.