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  1. Hello -- I have Evernote Premium, and have the client software installed on my Mac. Does anybody know if the documents that I put on Evernote use up storage on my Mac? I have obtined this script from veritrope (link takes you to the page where script can be obtained and explained), and so my scans go directly into a folder with a folder-action that sends the scans to Evernote. It seems to work because the documents do indeed show up there. When I then delete the scans from the folder (the one on my computer with the "folder action"), the document can still be accessed from my Evernote client, as desired. However, I am new to this, so I'm not sure where my Evernote client program is "looking" in order to display the document to me. Is it still stored on my machine? I don't want it to be, because I want to save storage space on my machine. (I understand the necessity of back-ups, etc. but am planning on using a different solution for that, which I am still exploring.). Thank you!
  2. Hello! The photos I attach to each evernote are currently stored on my device memory and I would like to change the destination to my sd card. Is this possible? If so how would I accomplish this? Thank you in advance for your help.
  3. How can I minimize the amount of storage Evernote uses on my iPhone? I'm half way through my first semester of nursing school and EN is eating up my iPhone's storage. I use the iOS app to record my lectures and use the desktop app for notes and keeping track of documents. Each course is assigned it's own notebook. Would online/offline notebooks help? I'm not clear on how they would work for being able to access my content when I need it where I need it.
  4. Hi All! I've been using EN for over a year and LOVE it! But, I would still consider myself a newbie and not using it to its full potential. I'm big into organizing my files....LOTS of folders and subfolders on my hard drive, so I can easily find anything I need. I also have a pretty good organizational system on EN. But here's my issue: Right now, I scan a document, say my son's medical lab results. I store that .pdf in a folder on my computer's hard drive. Then I attach it to a note in EN so that it is always with me. And, in my quest to now go paperless, I will be scanning additional important documents (like bills) and less important documents (like receipts). The quesion is do I continue to save to my computer and then also put into EN? Do I only have them in EN? I'm afraid to only have them in EN because it may not have the longevity of my local storage....then again, it may have more. And, can I pull them out of EN and save locally for the long haul, saving space in EN (e.g. 2014 receipts would get archived when I close out the 2014 year). I feel like I'm in a dizzy nightmare of where/how to organize all this stuff and I'm double/triple saving files which may or may not be necessary. I've searched the forum and have found a few notes on the same, but am looking for additional guidance from the EN geniuses out there! Thanks so much!
  5. Hello, Can I store my Evernote notebook database in a 3rd party cloud storage ie. my Google Drive account (my Google Drive account is locally accessible via a synced folder on my various computers)? I have the necessary storage space in my Google Drive account - other than possibly making Google mad with what I'm doing, is this possible/allowed by Evernote?
  6. Hi, I am a Premium Evernote user. I have created a notebook and shared it with my wife, a free Evernote user. Will the content that I'll add to this shared notebook affect her monthly upload capacity? In other word: when creating notes in that shared notebook, should I care about her limited upload capacity (60 megs/month)? Thank you in advance, Nelson
  7. Hi. After weeks of interesting reading about GTD integration on Evernote I decided to try to organize my entire 120 GB hard drive (that is fully synchronized with Dropbox) with Evernote / GTD philosophy. BUT the main question is: 1) Is it possible to create in Evernote the same structure of hard drive tree (using tags as folders) without physically transfer files/attachment but only the path (i.e. Dropbox remote path)? It could save a lot of space, because if I could have a shortcut to a Dropbox file I could save storage EN space... So I could use EN to tagging and make order to the same files in a different way, leaving an archive structure to the hard drive, and leaving to hard drive the function of simple storage of large files.. Having a Dropbox remote file could also make me able to reach the file through iPhone or iPad.. Another important thing to consider: If I have a paper bill and I want to transfer it on EN I create a redundancy: I scan the paper bill.. I put the PDF on my Documents/Bill/Taxes/2013/etc.. folder on my computer, and I put it on EN notebook "Tax" (so on my computer I have two same files, even if one of them is inside a EN database).. What I'm searching for is a way to use Evernote as an improved, super, extension of my OS If it could be possible, I think that we could save million of bytes, reserving the storage space only for services (like Dropbox) that are made just for this function. Bye! Alex P.S. Pardon for my bad english (I'm italian ) but I hope to be understood..
  8. I'm using Mac os 10.6.8, I have Evernote 5. If I drag and drop a file from my desktop into a local (non-synced) notebook, can I delete the original file? Does Evernote make a copy of it in a local database or just build a link to the original file? Thanks for your help.
  9. i have encountered this issue first day since i got my nexus 4. i can temporarily solve it by shutting down my phone for a while. any other ways to work it out? thanks.
  10. Hi everyone. First posting here - I looked around but couldn't see this answered anywhere so here goes. (apologies if it's been answered already and I've just missed it!) I have been using Evernote for a few years now, and recently also started using it as a contact management system and place to store screenshots of my notebook to enable searching. It's such a great system! I am quite tempted by the new Livescribe Wifi Echo pen (we're not allowed to call it Sky in the UK for legal reasons ) and the one thing I keep worrying about is whether even the free upgrade to 500Mb on Evernote would be enough? I'm thinking that even the smallest pen will hold 2Gb of notes and audio, so how does it all fit into Evernote? Won't my EN account be filled up really quickly or are the files compressed somehow? I'd love to hear how any livescribe users out there find the allowance and whether it is enough for the real world. I don't plan to be recording daily lectures, just meetings every week or so. Also, does anyone know if the Livescribe EN upgrade is permanent or just for 1 yr? Not sure I can afford to pay for Premium... Sorry for asking what is probably a stupid question when you know the answer. I hope someone is willing to share their experiences. Thanks!
  11. Hello, I was reading an article regarding Evernote and Android encryption and decided to do some digging to understand how credentials are stored in the Chrome Web Clipper. I opened up the .js files in the Chrome extension directory to explore the code. It seems that the credentials are being stored in the same "flawed" manner as Android - using the XOR scheme. Better yet, the key is posted in the very same file for anyone to see. My question is this: what happens if some malicious website breaks into the local storage of my browser and steals my saved credentials. Given the data available in the .js files, it seems the hacker could easily obtain my password. Does Evernote plan on addressing this credential storing scheme in the near future? Referenced Article: http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/03/critics-substandard-crypto-needlessly-puts-evernote-accounts-at-risk/
  12. Hello, I was reading an article regarding Evernote and Android encryption and decided to do some digging to understand how credentials are stored in the Chrome Web Clipper. I opened up the .js files in the Chrome extension directory to explore the code. It seems that the credentials are being stored in the same "flawed" manner as Android - using the XOR scheme. Better yet, the key is posted in the very same file for anyone to see. My question is this: what happens if some malicious website breaks into the local storage of my browser and steals my saved credentials. Given the data available in the .js files, it seems the hacker could easily obtain my password. Does Evernote plan on addressing this credential storing scheme in the near future? Referenced Article: http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/03/critics-substandard-crypto-needlessly-puts-evernote-accounts-at-risk/
  13. I only just got Evernote, and I only have 3 notes in total saved on my Evernote account, with all 3 notes being under 1MB, but for some reason, it says that I have used 39MB of data already. What is wrong? Is there any way that I can check what has taken up my storage? I really want to save more notes, but I am not sure if the 60MB is enough for me if it continues like this... Please help!
  14. Hiall, Is it possible to install Evernote in such a way that we can use our own private servers for the note storage instead of a cloud located on the web? Would that increase security issues in any way? Greetz, Theo
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