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Hi all I happened on this new video today - I've used Infranodus to good effect before, but ymmv. Haven't actually watched this yet - and the presentation tends to be a bit dry, so stick with it - but hopefully it will give you an idea of what might be possible.
I am a "premium" user, which means I pay to use Evernote. I suddenly realized Evernote is running analytics on its pages, which makes me wonder how much of my behavior on the site is recorded and fed into the Algorithm. I realize Google and others made the internet "free" (as in "free to rock the chain") by taking personal information, instead of money, in return for their products. I am not sure I feel OK both paying in money AND information, though. Can one opt out of the analytics? Cheers, Tomas from Sweden
Why, when I log into Evernote.com to access my data, is Evernote trying to set third party cookies to DoubleClick.net and Tealiumiq.com? DoubleClick is an ad tracking company. What are they paying you for when I open my notes? I am not sure what Tealiumiq is even after going to their website. I am continuing to block their cookies, and uBlock Origin is blocking DoubleClick scripts.
I like to know when, where, how often, etc my shared links (esp the public ones) are clicked. At this time, I've been going to the effort of creating bit.ly shortened URLs - but that it less convenient on mobile platforms. I think it would be very useful for users if you made those analytics available (I assume you have those logs) or if you allowed the bit.ly API to shorten links with the user's account Regards, Mike