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Colwell Cat

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  1. Thanks @Gazumped. I hadn't thought of offline notebooks - that might be the way to go, will have to give that some thought. I thought that a second free Evernote account with shared notebooks would be a perfect solution - and I did try it - but that doesn't seem to have same great search functionality for the shared notebooks. Is that something I'm doing wrong or can adjust? It just doesn't seem to be including the shared notebooks in the search. I'm totally not adverse to work-arounds, which is why I signed my kitchen up for an evernote account in the first place.
  2. I have a similar concern for security. I am setting up a dedicated kitchen (android) tablet that will be very readily available and unsecured, and needs to be accessible by people other than myself. I am gradually including more sensitive files in Evernote. There are only 3 or 4 notebooks I want available on my kitchen counter. My first thought was to simply share the relevant notebooks with a kitchen dedicated evernote account - which I set up. However they are not being included in standard searches from the kitchen specific account - which given the vast nature of the recipe collection is a killer. So my questions, I guess- 1) is there anyway to use my full (premium) account on the kitchen tablet, but only show the three relevant notebooks? 2) if not, is there anyway to use my full (premium) account on the kitchen tablet, but pin lock the irrelevant notebooks on the kitchen tablet only? 3) is there a way to have the full standard searchability on linked notebooks on a device, via standard search and widget search etc? Thank you for anyone who can offer insight
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