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  1. Hi! I'd like to suggest that an entire notebook could be either encrypted or password protected (aside from the log-in or passcode to get into the app). I use Evernote for work and for personal. I like to keep a daily journal of personal thoughts and I'd love to do this in Evernote, but I've been relying on other password-protected apps. I like to leave my Evernote logged in, but that lack of security just worries me for keeping my personal journal entries in their own notebook.
  2. DayEntryHave one single Evernote note for any day. Log your thoughts, notes, records, timestamps, photos, reminders, geotags to the note quickly. All your notes are stored in the special Evernote notebook chronologically. The note is labelled with the current date automatically. You can have many journals selecting different notebooks. It’s best for doing your journal, diary, life log in Evernote. You can choose the date to make an entry freely if you miss the day. App automatically inserts geotags and timestamp. When offline the entries are stored locally until app is online. You can choose prepend or append notes, any date format. Link to download https://itunes.apple.com/app/dayentry-does-your-diary-journal/id909943922 Features: - Separate journals for each notebook. - Choose any date for entry. - Take and attach multiple photos per record. - Quick recent photo. - Insert checkboxes, bullets. - Add tags to the note. - Auto geotagging and auto timestamp. - TextExpander support. - Offline record queue. - Gestures: “Undo” and “Redo” with a two-finger swipe; move cursor with one finger swipe; Close/Open keyboard with one finger swipe. - Font size options. - Hardware keyboard support. - Auto-save in case device crash or battery depletion. Settings: -Append/Prepend note modes. -Option for timestamps, geotags. -Switching day time. -Default notebook. -Default tags. -Font size. -Date and time formats. -Save to camera roll. -Photo size. -Photo quality. - URL Schemes: dayentry://new dayentry://new?content=c dayentry://new?content=c&notebook=n&tags=t1,t2 Twitter: @Gosubits
  3. martinellynge

    Secret notes?

    Is it possible to "lock" Evernote (or parts of it) to make private notes? In case someone uses your computer and tries to take a look into your notes. I found out, that Premium users can do this in iOS or Android, but what about on my Mac?
  4. vichitravirdwivedi

    Online to Onpaper

    I love writing Diary, and so I love evernote too. It helps me combine my thoughts with pictures, videos and many more. But one thing that I would like to do is to keep a hard copy of my thoughts too. That is print all those notes on paper. I have written more than 200, notes now I want them to be printed on pages How can I do this???
  5. I've published my diary template https://transpose.com/public/template/dairy-day-note/ Easy to use and config to fit your needs Add more fields if you like. The note have the title YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm AM/PM Diary and the note is editable in Evernote, no disturbing formatting. Easy to add tags. And notebook
  6. I've been using Evernote for a couple of years now, but I've got a new project coming up where I'm going to need pretty thorough tools for -making ToDo lists -making tasks done lists (diary) Any suggestions?
  7. I'm sure this is addressed someplace but I couldn't find anything... Is there anyway to put reminders or alarms on individual notes? If not are there plans to do so? This would be a great feature! RBSplat "This country has come to feel the same when Congress is in session as when the baby gets hold of a hammer." ~Will Rogers
  8. Announcing a beta for TuskTools LifeLog: This is a mobile app - iPhone for now, Android likely if there is sufficient demand - which records the places you visit throughout each day. Whenever you depart a location that you’ve been at for about 5 minutes or more, LifeLog adds a note into a “LifeLog” notebook in Evernote, indicating where you were and when you arrived there. Just keep it running in the background on your phone and it will do its thing. Currently there's no interface in the app on the phone beyond a simple display of your last recorded location - the idea being that Evernote provides the interface. This may change going forward, depending on user feedback. Also, there's a lot of room for potential enhancement - for example: adding in photos that you took during the relevant time period, recording calendar appointments from that time, linking to other Evernote notes that were created at that time, etc. Again, user feedback will help to provide direction. This is an initial beta version and hasn't undergone much testing yet, so testers and feedback are welcome! If interested in testing, please sign up to download the app. Please send questions, issues, and feedback to support@moreproductivenow.com.
  9. In a couple of other posts I've talked about my grand mission to get my accumulated personal journals/calendars into Evernote. Very briefly, I'm 54 and have journals/diaries/calendars going back at least 40 years (with scattered pieces of paper from earlier years). I've been transferring all this stuff to Evernote, making one note for each day and attaching relevant scans of paper stuff. Since I've said publicly that my goal was to be finished by the end of 2012, I wanted to update everyone on my progress. The bad news is that I didn't meet my deadline. The good news is that I only have 34 more months to enter, from 1980-1983. Everything else in my personal history is in Evernote, in 12,961 notes individual notes. I can transfer about half a month of journals/calendars at a sitting now, so I figure it'll be another couple of real-world months before I'm completely finished. So my new deadline is Spring 2013. Meanwhile, I'm amazing my friends and coworkers by pulling up scans of 25-year-old meeting notes, ticket stubs, and the like. I love Evernote.
  10. A coworker just emailed me to ask if I remembered roughly when he and I had both served on a particular committee. I went to my Evernote journal and searched for the committee name: up came a list of entries that mentioned the committee -- from then it was easy to see when meetings were on my schedule (between 1996 and 1999, in fact). Additionally, when going through boxes of old papers, I found (and scanned) several agendas from those meetings. I was able to give him exact dates of my tenure and send pdfs of a couple agendas that included his name. This all took less than five minutes. My coworker was incredibly impressed. Hooray for Evernote!
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