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  1. I saw a Evernote service that for a flat fee you mail in using provided envelopes your papers to be scanned in. What is it called? How do I sign up/
  2. I want to go paperless, and buy a scanner that will enable scanning direct to Evernote. I'd strongly prefer to scan 'direct to the cloud' rather than having the scans go through my laptop each time. Which scanner should I buy? The ScanSnap S1300i looks good - but it seems to require connection to a laptop for all scans? Are there any duplex scanners which can send direct to Evernote without requiring a laptop? I assume that this is possible with any scanner which scan direct to an email address? Thanks Robin.
  3. I love the fact that you can shoot multiple pages. Although some pages are distorted in a bit of a strange way, it is pretty convenient. I need a way to actually see the sharpness of the images after I shoot them and before I confirm that they're good (with an ability to zoom in). I know you can enter the viewing mode and see all of your pages- but that view is totally pixelated and there is not way to determine if the image is readable. I would also like to have a convenient way of reordering these pages (currently only available on desktop in a really old fashioned way) and reshooting them (as opposed to deleting and shooting a new page) if they I didn't get the shot right.
  4. Hey everyone I'm hoping to find a way to identify all the notes that I scan into Evernote. I have a Fujitsu ScanSnap and I'm hoping I can use the "source" search operator. This is how I have it set up right now: http://goo.gl/Q17jl But it's not getting any results, unfortunately. I'm pulling the source from this info page: http://goo.gl/pGihj Can anyone help me out? Is this even possible?
  5. Just curious if any of the scanners that do one-pass duplex scanning do any sort of image subtraction to eliminate any bleedthrough? Is bleedthrough an issue on these scanners? Thanks.
  6. Hi gang— here's a guest post I wrote for Simplemom.com on the virtues of scanning (and storing in evernote)— let me know what you think! http://simplemom.net/scan-artist-scan-your-way-to-an-organized-life/
  7. The two or more body problem A challenge with going paperless for households (at least my household) is deciding who owns what notebooks. We have shared notebooks for kids memorabilia, school records, taxes, etc. Let's consider school records. These come in a near-constant stream, but both parents are involved in scanning, so if I scan documents destined for a notebook in my wife's Evernote account, I have to get them there. Managing sharing Right now, I only have three ways to deal with this, outlined below. Let's assume person A is creating a document that everyone agrees is destined for a notebook shared by person B. (Disagreement would be another topic!) Person A copies newly scanned documents into the shared destination notebook. This has the advantage that they wind up in the destination immediately after scanning, but it has several drawbacks. Who does the tagging and sets the titles? Generally, I think the person who "owns" the notebook is responsible for all the curation, including tag rationale, but the owner (person B ) is not getting notified. As an advocate of GTD, this seems like skipping not only the processing step but even the inbox. Person A copies newly scanned notes to one or more shared "incoming" notebooks. This can deal with the problem above by laying the curation responsibility firmly at the owner's doorstep. The owner has to tag and file the notes properly, but they'll likely get those things done consistently. Yay. But it's some extra work in the process Use Dropbox as an intermediary. Since Evernote Windows can monitor directories (and Mac users can use AppleScript to get the same thing), set up folders for "A- incoming" and "B-incoming" and scan directly to them. That way Person A can create notes in person B's "incoming" notebook without any extra step. But you have to set it up. What do other folks do for going paperless with shared notebooks?
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