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  1. I'm getting closer to beginning the substantial project of going paperless using my new ScanSnap scanner and Evernote. Most of the documents I'll be scanning are two-sided black-and-white documents that were highlighted by me. I have some questions on what the optimal ScanSnap settings might be. Looking at ScanSnap Manager... 1) The "Scan to Evernote (Document)" profile seems like it would be the logical starting point, right? What's the difference between this and the "Scan to Evernote (Note)" profile? It seems like the former creates a PDF and the latter creates a JPG? For purposes of Evernote, why would someone ever want to create a JPG instead of a PDF? Are there any advantages? 2) Under "Application > Application Settings..." there is a checkbox for "Convert to Searchable PDF". See...http://d.pr/i/bQumJ6. I assume selecting this option has it so that Evernote performs OCR instead of ScanSnap's software? Is such a setup preferable? (I see a separate "Convert to Searchable PDF" option under "File option > Select OCR". See...http://d.pr/i/ezk4HH. I assume selecting this option has it so that ScanSnap performs OCR instead of Evernote? Or am I just confused here?) 3) ScanSnap allows you to select an "Image saving folder" on your hard drive. See...http://d.pr/i/E7M5tq. If the document is being saved in Evernote, what reason is there to have an additional copy taking up space on your hard drive? Is there any way to turn this off? 4) Anyone have any tips for best practices for "File name format"? Here are the options that are presented...http://d.pr/i/bZ3n3T. 5) What "Image quality" level do folks recommend? Or do folks just go with automatic resolution? Here are the options that are presented...http://d.pr/i/DYiIxr. 6) Given that most of my documents are highlighted, I'm leaning towards setting the "Color mode" to "Color". Will this be okay? It's important to me that the highlighting I did in these documents, in yellow, is captured in these scans. 7) Is there any reason to select the "Reduce bleed-through", "Brightness", "Increase text contrast", or "Deskew by text on document" options? See...http://d.pr/i/NnPIsE. 8) What do folks recommend for "Compression rate"? Given the massive number of documents I'll be scanning, I want to be at least somewhat conscious of space, but I also don't want to have any issues with legibility. See...http://d.pr/i/6YYLqr. 9) Any other key settings that I didn't mention in the above that are worth paying mind to, including any related settings on the Evernote side of things? I'm all ears. Thanks in advance for your guidance and insights!
  2. I'm considering purchasing the Fujitsu iX500 ScanSnap Scanner for the main purpose of integrating it into my Evernote workflow. I'm sure there are many others out there with this setup. I'd be curious to hear about their experience, both the positives and the negatives, as well as any tips they have on which model to purchase, the optimal settings to select, etc.. (Speaking of, does anyone know the difference between the two models currently available on Amazon...https://www.amazon.com/Fujitsu-ScanSnap-Document-Scanner-PA03656-B305/dp/B01G3JYVYM?) Thanks in advance!
  3. I bought my Fujitsu iX500 Scanner before Evernote began selling theirs. It came with a utility to enable it to scan directly to Evernote. Now in the latest update, that utility seems to have disappeared. When I look in Mac Evernote Preferences, the features related to ScanSnap are greyed out (unavailable) with link to buy the scanner from Evernote Market. Have any of you encountered this? What's the work around?
  4. Fujitsu ScanSnap Manager for my s1300i has stopped recognizing that Evernote for Mac is installed. It reports that it can't find or install EN, even though it's already running. This happens when I try to select either of the two Evernote icons (pdf or jpg). The other menu items seem to work--e.g., I can still save to Google or to a folder, and it can still save as an OCR-enabled PDF. So I can still drag them to Evernote after scanning to a folder. But those two Evernote icons just stopped working. I emailed EN, and the person replied that they only support the new ScanSnap for Evernote machine, and that I should just try uninstalling and reinstalling Evernote--other than that, sorry, can't help you. This seems to have happened approximately when I upgraded my OS to Mavericks; but I'm not sure it was exactly then. But the problem appeared on two different Macs at almost the same time; so I wonder if it's a problem with the OS. This is disappointing, since I think I've seen a number of people on various blogs complaining about a similar problem. I'd think that if Evernote wants to be seen as working well with a scanner, they'd try to support such a popular one. Also it's frustrating because it DID work, and suddenly stopped. Any suggestions?
  5. I have a Fujitsu ix500 and use EN Business. When Evernote app ic closed I can scan doc and it opens and syncs with no problem. Leaving the app open, I try to scan an additional doc it says, "Failed to start up Evernote for Mac. Make sure that the selected application is installed correctly." Any help is greatly appreciated.
  6. Hey Evernote Community, I am looking to go Paperless in the immediate future, and was wondering which portable scanner works best with Evernote. I have done some of my own research and keep being brought back to two options: Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 Doxie GoIf you have a different suggestion, please explain why you choose that specific model and if possible, provide a link. I appreciate everybody's feedback - James R.
  7. Im a first time user so please be gentle with me if I inadvertently flout the protocol of the forum. I have Evernote in my dock and usually with the window open. 'keep in dock' and 'open at login' are both checked. When I scan a new document I get an additional scan to Evernote icon that appears briefly and then a brand new Evernote window opens. I now have two Evernote Icons in my dock and two Evernote windows open. The new one has the new document proudly on view while the original window that was open all the time doesn't show the new document until I sync it. Any subsequent scans are sent to the new window, ie it doesn't open a new window for every scan. I would like Scan snap to recognise that Evernote is already open and not open a new window when I scan a document. Thanks in advance for any help with this irritation.
  8. Hi all, I've been reading various threads on the scanners people recommend with Evernote and drawn towards the Fujitsu ix500 for my needs particularly with the promotion it offers as it negates the premium of going with a cheaper scanner. On the Fujistu website there's a promotion offering a year's subscription to Evernote Premium with purchase of the above model which was also posted on their ScanSnap Facebook page which takes you to this post. The thing is, it's not mentioned on the UK site nor does the post mention it's limited to the US (which would be a bit silly) so can I purchase this scanner and get a year's subscription to Evernote Premium or not? Cheers.
  9. Hello, I recently purchased a Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500. I have been having issues with scanning multiple page documents to Evernote. Generally, 1 page documents upload to Evernote as expected; however, multipage documents result in the dreaded "Failed to startup Evernote for Mac" error. I have followed two suggestions posted elsewhere in the forums about this topic. I have reinstalled both Evernote (direct from evernote.com) and the ScanSnap software. The save location for ScanSnap was preset to a place within my Pictures folder. Does anyone have a suggestion? I am feeling foolish for spending the money for the scanner. Thanks.
  10. I just upgraded to Premium and my Evernote has started behaving differently when I scan from my Fujitsu S1500 to Evernote. Previously, the S1500 would scan to a single PDF then Evernote would create a note with the same PDF attached. Perfect behavior. Once I upgrade to Premium, Evernote's behavior changed. The S1500 still scans to a single PDF, but now Evernote creates one note per page and converts the each page into an individual .jpg with a corresponding note. Any suggestions? Thanks!
  11. Hi, I have noticed that when I do my first scan it appears in Evernote as a blank note with an empty attachment that can't be opened. When I rescan it works correctly and for all subsequent scans until I shut down the scanner again. Strangely the Snapscan creates in on the hard drive rather than in Evernote seems to be OK. I am using OS X Mountain Lion, Evernote 5.0.4, Scansnap 1500m, Scansnap Manager 3.2.62.1002. The Scansnap manager is set to scan to pdf. Many thanks for any advice. Michael
  12. I have just bought a Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 and I know many user here have the same scanner. I can get it to scan each side of paper as a single PDF document but how do I set it up to scan each piece of paper as a single document? This would mean that a double sided page would end up as a single two-page PDF document whilst single sided page would end up as a single one-page document. It's starting to look like this isn't possible. Any ideas? Thanks!
  13. I am looking for a sheet-fed document scanner to use with Evernote and it looks like the S1300 would be perfect for me. However, for the amount of scanning I do it's just too expensive. I have found several offers for the older and much more affordable S300 model but I can't seem to find any significant differences between the two: http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/computing/peripherals/scanners/scansnap/s300.html http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/computing/peripherals/scanners/scansnap/s1300.html Has anyone got any experience of both of these? If so, is there much of a difference between them? I assume any difference may be in real-world use rather than in technical specs. Thanks!
  14. I want to scan, then save my OCR'd document locally and push to Evernote. I can do all of this but have one problem, the wait for the OCR to take place before I can scan my next document. If I skip the local OCR processing I can scan immediately, but I want the local OCR copy. To give more context, my use is scanning post and the scanner is remote from the PC (the screen is 20ft away) so my ideal is to open the scanner, drop in the document, hit the scan button and repeat. Not able to see the screen I don't know when the OCR has completed, and most importantly I don't won't to wait. Am I missing a method where I can just keep scanning, the OCR'ing gets queued as the onward local save and upload to Evernote? My scanner is the Fujitsu S1500, I appreciate this is a wider question than just EN, but hope the knowledgeable community here may have good advice :-).
  15. I'm leaning toward buying a Fujitsu S1500 scanner. Amazon has two versions: 1) Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 Instant PDF Sheet Fed Scanner for PC http://www.amazon.com/Fujitsu-ScanSnap-Instant-Sheet-Fed-Scanner/dp/B001V9LQH0/ref=sr_1_8?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1337263676&sr=1-8 $414.49 2) Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 Deluxe Bundle Sheet-Fed Scanner http://www.amazon.com/Fujitsu-ScanSnap-Deluxe-Sheet-Fed-Scanner/dp/B0021AERWY/ref=sr_1_7?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1337263676&sr=1-7 $449.99 #2 comes with extra software for organizing documents. Is there any value to this extra software if I am going to store my documents in Evernote? Thanks.
  16. Just got a Jujitsu ScanSnap S1100 to use with evernote and wanted to ask a few questions: a) I'm using the "SnapScan Manager v3.2 L10" that came with the scanner - assume this is the best approach re software? b ) is there a way to auto-delete the scanned file (PDF in my case) on my Mac after the Evernote upload is complete? can't seem to see it c) is terms of tagging/folder etc I'm currently just waiting until it uploads into Evernote & then using the Evernote Mac application to set this stuff - is this the best approach? I haven't found any evernote folder/tag defaults or settings in the scapscan manager software... d) is there a way to do auto-mated upload to Evernote? i.e. so you don't have to choose from the "SnapScan Manager" the Evernote PDF upload option each time?
  17. Hi I've been using Evernote for a few years and I'm in the process of really cleaning up my life, which means I'm looking to go 100% paperless. For that I need a documentscanner but unfortunately most of them are two expensive for my current budget so it seems I have narrowed it down to either the Canon P-150M(I'm a Mac user, hence the M version) or the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 - The price is almost identical in my country so thats not an issue. I've read a few reviews on them but none of them are really thorough so the only thing i can conclude at the moment is that the Canon looks better when looking at the specs - Twice the scanning speed, TWAIN compatible, double ADF capacity, can scan a wider range of paperstocks but besides that I can't really figure out which one is the best so any input would be greatly appreciated. I'm curious about the quality of the scans(Both for documents and images), the ease of use, how good the ADF is, the ability to correct crooked scans etc. Especially if there is something that indicates the S1300 to be the right choice - The specs says otherwise but the specs are only part of the truth I've also just noticed the existence of the Epson GT-1500 in the same price range - Anybody have experience with that?
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