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  1. Are there any known applications of Evernote that combine scanned documents with indexing of key documents (dare I say it?) in physical *paper files* ??? "Original" documents required for tax, ownership, legal agreements, and other purposes need to live somewhere, and probably ought to be at least scanned and indexed into Evenote. Has anyone come up with a template for organizing these kinds of documents in the physical realm? Would greatly appreciate any pointers, either here on Evernote's site or beyond.
  2. I've added a couple of unindexed 1 or 2 page (unencrypted) PDF's to the Mac Evernote client(v5.7.2) on OSX 10.9(I'm a premium member). Today I tried to search for a word that was definately there in text, but got back no results. In inspection of the notes with the PDF's attached, it stated: "Synchronised 5 minutes ago" and "1 PDF is not indexed". I then checked with the web-version (the new beta) of the client and it found all PDF's with the word searched for, so Evernote had the PDF's indexed allright. Searching for the text with the iPad version and the android version also return the correct results. Forcing syncs, closing all evernote apps and starting them again don't change this. What can I do to search for text in the desktop client succesfully and get the PDF's indexed locally too ?
  3. Hi, When I forward emails containing attachmetns, such as PDF, PPT, XLS, DOC etc from my Lotus Notes client to evernote, the attachments are either not recognised and not indexed. So If a lotus nots email containing a ppt doc as an example has contents of the phrase "This is a power point attachment forwarded from Lotus Notes" and that email is forwarded to evernote with the attachment, the properties of that note in evernote will show "no attachment" or no attachments to index. IF I search for the ppt contents, the note is not returned. Is anyone seeing this behaviour? Latest version of Evernote and any version of Lotus Notes Client. I can reproduce this problem easily thanks
  4. Evernote is my preferred, favorite application for all devices. I use several desktops (Windows XP/7/8/8.1 and Mac OSX 10.8/10.7/10.6) and a variety of mobile devices (primarily iOS 7/6 - ipad, iphone and Android). However, my primary purpose for keeping my notes is Evernote is for "searching" to retrieve information I need on a daily basis. There can be inconsistencies in search for embedded text, credit card digits, etc. so I've learned not to rely on it. I've also seen differences between mobile and desktop, but still working on variations to document this more fully. Evernote will not find embedded characters which do not START with the first character of a string. In short, it will not find embedded characters of a string which do not include the first charater. For example, create a note with the following four lines: 1234567890123 1234 5678 9012 3 Testthismashofcharacters test this mash of characters Evernote can find, "5678", but not "56789" "this mash", but not "s mash", not "ash of", not "mashofcharacters" " "1234", "1234 5678" ... but not "2345" and not "34 5678" or any subset of "1234567890123", that does not begin with "1" it will not find "est this mash" or "234 5678" it will find "5678 90", but not "678 90", etc. The indexing scheme, relies on the "starting character" of a whole word, whole string for returning notes. But if you "open" the note, all the failed searches above, using the CTRL-F, Apple-F or mobile app, top right seach within note, will succeed, so it's only the global search indexing that has this issue. This anomaly is likely intentional, to reduce index time and size.
  5. We are investigating solutions for scanning comment cards into Evernote for my workplace. The comment cards are 6 x 4 post cards that a visitor can drop in a box or mail to us regarding their experience visiting our institution. In preliminary tests, we think Evernote can work well for us. We are ecstatic about EN's handwriting recognition capabilities -- certainly, much better than we were expecting. In a nutshell, the plan is to: Have a staff member scan comment cards into Evernote (as PDFs) using a document scanner Review and tag each comment card, now as note, in Evernote (for example: compliment, complaint, department, etc.) User Evernote to bulk email notes to specific managers (appropriately tagged notes are crucial for this step) It's important for us to use tags rather than notebooks as the primary organizing method, as a card might include comments that need to be reviewed by several different managers. Since our process is heavily dependent upon tags, it would be useful to have an option where notes can be auto-tagged based on predefined keywords. For example: If the card has the word loved, tag the note with Complement and/or if the card has the word docent, tag the note with Docents Department. The goal is to decrease the time it takes for the initial reviewer to process each comment card. We believe that this kind of feature could save many Evernote users time by providing accurate auto tagging. We have tried auto tagging via email, but unfortunately, this method does not seem to be very accurate. I have spent several hours searching forum topics regarding this kind of functionality. Various iterations have been requested over the years. Apparently, there was something similar to this feature in earlier versions of EN (Windows ver 2.x, I believe), but was for categories. I'm not sure if categories were more like notebooks rather than tags, but nevertheless, the feature was removed in subsequent releases. Hopefully, this kind of functionality can be implemented for business users, or better, both premium and business users in the future. Thank you.
  6. Hey guys, I am using Evernote as a document trunk for my private analog mail. I started this by using OCRx and manually Indexing the scanned PDF documents. Since I am now a premium member I wanted to know about EN capabilities for PDF OCR/indexing. Does Evernote execute the PCR process on the server side? (Here) spg SCOTT points out, that the OCR is done on the server and it needs a magical span of time until its synced back to the client? Is the result of OCR/Indexing put back inside the source PDF? (Here) jbenson2 says "The Evernote OCR process only works in Evernote. Once the PDF is pulled and sent elsewhere it is no longer searchable." Is that true? Sincerely, Gregory
  7. Windows client has stopped indexing new notes. I had thought this was limited to PDFs scanned with OCR but have just realised it applies to all recent notes of any kind. After syncing, recent notes are indexed by the Web client, just not the Windows client. Don't know when it first happened but it was certainly several days ago. Have raised a bug ticket but thought there may be other users out there who may also have the same bug but may not have noticed. If you find it is the same for you, please do reply to this.
  8. Upgraded to latest EN after not using for a while. Type an' R' and I might get [200] Indexing does not even come close. Terrible is not the word for it, useless is. Older version was always useful with jpg input Imported 4 notes from an archive that I've had for at least a couple of years. Indexed in the earlier version. Same quality input but search finds Parma when I type Par. Latest version would not come close. ??
  9. I'm wondering if there's some way to copy/paste the indexed text from images/pdfs. I can successfully search and find the text in the image, but there's a part I'd like to not have to retype to share with someone. Thanks.
  10. Wait wait wait, are you telling me that Evernote can index handwritten text in scanned documents, but that it doesn't index text encoded in bog-standard office files? Really? I am managing a community project in which I receive reports from volunteers in a variety of formats - on paper, in the body of emails, and as attached files of various kinds, but mostly MS Word documents. I had hoped to dump everything into an Evernote notebook in order to be able to search across the entire archive of reports. A classic Evernote use case, no? Well, apparently not. I've read comments from Dave on this issue to the effect that the variety of formats makes this complex... parsing... But we've all been used to 'searching inside files' on our desktop PCs for decades, so this just seems weird. Have I missed or misunderstood something? Or should I redesign my workflow to include writing out the content of Word reports by hand and then scanning the handwritten documents into Evernote as searchable PDFs?
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