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  1. My goal is to store everything in EN. Even if I have to look at just 2 sources (for example Evernote and Google Docs). I see few notes in EN, different ones in Google. I don't remember which are where. I don't see bigger picture what notes I own. It's a mess. So now I'm attaching Google files to Evernote, link local folders to Evernote, move emails to Evernote, etc. Trying to keep everything in one place. If not stored in EN, then just indexed. Wondering how far can I go with it. I use 1Password for storing passwords, licenses, credit card infos, sensitive notes and ID's. Like as Google Docs - one more place to search. Of course login passwords will stay there forever. I can log in faster, that's okay. I think credit cards details should be there too for more security. But what about app licenses, notes and scans of ID's? Should I move them to EN? Is it safe enough to keep these type of notes? I know there is a encrypt function, but then its harder to access it and I think it's not searchable. How do you deal with it?
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