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  1. When using the Evernote integrated camera scanner, it saves the document as a PNG file. I would like to have the option of saving it as a PDF file. I'm using android and downloading scannable from the play doesn't seem to be an option for me. If you take/scan photos and save them in image format (PNG), you can access your Evernote account in a Desktop and right click on any image and select "Convert Note into PDF". After doing this, you will create a new note with all the content in a single PDF file. But, it would be much better if the option was available via my mobile device. It would be a much better option if Evernote could have this function itself as opposed to an external app. Is there any sign to develop this feature in future?
  2. ONENOTE2013とEVERNOTEを使い分けて利用させていただいています。 ONENOTE上で画像をコピーして、貼り付けると、以下のような問題が発生します。 ・時々以前貼り付けた画像になってしまう。(頻繁) ・Evernoteを再起動すると治る場合もあれば、治らない場合もある。 ・その間違った画像を開くと、貼り付けたかった画像が表示される場合もあるし、以前の画像が開く場合がある。 ・それを修正しようとして、正しい画像を貼り付けると、以前貼り付けた画像も一緒に変わってしまう場合が時々ある。 なお、ONENOTE上でjpgをファイルとして出力して貼り付ければ問題は発生しません。 しかし、画像数が多い場合は、かなり面倒になってしまうので、根本的にこのような問題を発生させない方法はありますでしょうか? また、このような状態になった場合の、効果的な修正方法はありますでしょうか? ※Windows 10 Home 最新状態。 ※OneNoteとEverNoteも最新状態です。
  3. Johnny McClung

    paperless PDF vs Image

    As I am trying to go paperless, I was wondering what format would it be best to scan in. At first, I was scanning to PDF, but then realized that I when viewed on the web, I do not see the document. Instead I must open a new window to view the PDF. Also Evernote's OCR only does PDFs if you are a paid member. So I choose to scan my files into image format so that I can see the file on the web without opening a new window. I choose the PNG file format for its lower file size compared to the JPG. Recently, I learned about searchable PDF's which have a hidden text layer within the PDF which makes them searchable without Evernote's OCR. I can make these, but it takes more time and steps then just simply scanning the file. So, which should I scan my documents into: PDF, image, or searchable PDF? Thank you.
  4. Hello, I am a new user of Evernote Premium and have a somewhat generic question about saving images. I am creating Evernote notes that include various images of hand written notes, photos, typed documents, and clipped web pages. I am trying the various Evernote tools to capture these images. Probably the most common is my iPhone using the Evernote app. When capturing images I am able to "save as" Photo, Document, Color Document, Post-It Note, or Business card. Post-It Note and Business card are self explanatory but it's not clear to me when and why I would select Photo or Document. If I take a picture of something that doesn't have text should I select photo? When something has text should I select document? Is it that simple? Thank you,
  5. Aloha, This is referring to the little teeny-tiny icon that appears next to the file name field when you're ready to SEND or SAVE a scanned image. It would be helpful if this icon were changed (by color preferably) so it's easier to distinguish the file type at a glance. Mahalo & Aloha!
  6. Aloha, Over the past few days, I've been using scannable A LOT. Long ago, I selected PDF as the default scan option in settings. Yesterday and today, it seems like it's automatically reverting back to AUTO. And then, as a result, it is then choosing PNG as the file format... Of course, I'm not noticing this until after I've saved the file to Google Drive and see it's PNG instead of PDF; resulting in my needing to re-do the whole thing again. I go back to settings and change it back to PDF and it sticks for a while, then it reverts to AUTO again. It seems to happen when I close the APP and start fresh with a new session (But not always.) I'm on version 2.2 - Running IOS 10.1.1 (Haven't upgraded to 10.1.2 yet) Mahalo & Aloha,
  7. Hello, I'm premium user for a while already and last weekend I decided to finally go paperless. I scanned bunch of documents with my mobile Evernote App. Everything was OCR'ed properly and available for search. Then yesterday I decided to test scanning documents on my scanner as PDF, JPG and the function of import via specified folder. I worked well, however even after one day scanned documents wouldn't show up in search results (for test purposes I used the same 2 documents which I already successfully scanned by phone to make sure they are scannable and recognizable by OCR). I went to Evernote Web and to my surprise when I search documents there, they all show up in search results, scanned by phone over weekend and on my scanner yesterday. The same with my mobile app, yesterday scanned docs are showing up in search results. Unfortunatelly in my Windows app (which is my main client, used 99% of the time) despite successfull sync those scanned yesterday docs don't show up in search results. What is the reason of such behavoiur? Can it be fixed?
  8. I've been using free Evernote (MacOS) to mainly clip recipes, primarily with the Opera web clipper extension, although i also sometimes use Chrome and Safari. This month i finally upgraded to a paid account. I was excited to clip in a lot of new recipes without running out of space for the month : ) But when i clip webpages into Evernote now, images do not appear inline as they used to. They are all appearing as attachments, and the attachments are .webp format so they don't display inline. I have searched on the forum and i understand that Evernote will only show .lpg images inline. But i still don't understand what's going on because: The source images are all .jpg format. The attached images in Notes are named "xxxxxx.jpg.webp". It looks like Evernote is appending the .webp extension. Why? If i right-click and rename the attached image by deleting ".webp" so they now end with ".jpg", nothing changes. Even if i restart Evernote and re-sync, the image is still an attachment, not viewed inline. This problem is consistent whether i view notes in the MacOS app or on Evernote Web. The behavior is identical whether i use webclipper through Opera, Chrome, or Safari. Any ideas about how i can fix this? I'm annoyed that this problem seems to have started the moment that i paid for Evernote! I am clipping from the same websites that i used before, can't think of anything else i'm doing differently. Thanks for your ideas!
  9. I've been a Premium user for years. I vaguely remember contacting Evernote support early on about the unreasonable number of false "words" that Evernote's OCR finds in images. I think the response was along the lines of "Yeah, OCR isn't perfect." I begged for a way to turn off this horrid feature until OCR got better. Not possible except by stopping being a Premium member. I turned to tags for searching Evernote, but I didn't like them and still don't. Typing out the syntax is a pain when you have an impaired hand (especially if the tag is more than one word), and if Evernote and I ever part ways, I'm not sure how I'd make use of these tags. Anyway, has this OCR issue been addressed? I'm about to scan a mess of paper, and am trying to decide when to go PDF and when to go JPG. Maybe it doesn't matter, and these artifacts are simply unavoidable in anything Evernote ingests? Should I just drop Premium? In case you don't understand my problem, here's an example. I have a notebook full of landscaping ideas, mostly images. If I search for any random word in that notebook, say the word "tax," the "word" is highlighted in tree trunks, grass, clouds, etc. Examples attached. A search full of false positives isn't much of a search. So I have to search by tag to avoid getting overwhelmed by garbage results. I have 162 notes in that landscaping notebook. The word tax was found correctly in one image. It was found incorrectly in the images of 14 notes. That's a 9% false positive rate. That seems really high to me. Or, to put it another way, 14 out of 15 ( 93%) of my text search results were garbage. I can't be the only one with this problem, but I couldn't find anything on this topic in a cursory search of these forums. This does remind me of the days when "subliminal" advertising was suspected by conspiracy theorists (or maybe it was real!) You know, the word "*****" embedded in every advertising image. In my case, "tax" is everywhere! Talk about unavoidable
  10. I have noticed that sometimes the scan is a .jpg and sometimes it is a .pdf, why is this? Also can it be set to only make PDF's? Thank you
  11. I've got a lot of documents with art that I want to upload to Evernote. The documents are a form that shows a product design, along with product info (i.e. product name, SKU, UPC #, etc). I've already uploaded some test documents in both JPG and PDF (*already* run through OCR) to Evernote, and the search function works beautifully. There's one "hitch" though. Using Evernote's web interface, if I do a search, and one of the results is a JPG, clicking on the note shows the JPG on the Note details panel. Great! However, if the result is a PDF, clicking on the note shows the paperclip attachment link to the PDF, and I have to go through one extra step of clicking on it to see the actual PDF. This could really slow me down if there are a lot of search results. So why don't I simply stick with JPG? Future flexibility. If for whatever reason, I one day decide to use another way of organizing these files, it seems that a OCR'd PDF would give me a lot more flexibility. After all, I could even stick all the PDFs in a folder and use my built-in OS search tool. Is there some way of getting the best of both worlds?
  12. Hello. I've always tried to use the best possible quality file for all screenshots, in-case I need to edit images later, etc. I've notice though that there's differences in file-formats, depending on which "sharing option" is selected. Example: 1. I want to use PNG, and to post the image to Basecamp, so by default I'm working with a PNG: 2. If I select SHARE & COPY URL, the image that's uploaded is a PNG file (the screenshot below in-fact), but it's ONLY a PNG if the option is set to "NOTE URL" 3. If under the Options, if the selection is DIRECT IMAGE URL, the output is JPG— NOT PNG. I thought maybe this was done to save bandwidth in the end (by using a compressed JPG instead of a PNG), but the file-size is exactly the same for both versions of the image. Thanks. OSX 10.8.2 Chrome: Version 24.0.1312.52 Skitch: Version 2.0.4 (262476)
  13. When annotating multiple jpg or png images, EN crashes and restarts my iPad. Is there a limit to the number or size of images EN can comfortably handle? I'd use pdfs but need to have the images displayed (as in MacOS) rather than presented as placeholder icons. Also as others have said, it would help to have the option to turn off the annotation summary in iOS. (It's tedious to revert to MacOS to turn that feature for a number of images.)
  14. I fear this is a stupid question. But here goes. I'm using the Snapscan ix500 (the generic one not the one offered by Evernote). If I have a 10 or 20 page document and I scan it to a PDF that can go into a single note. However, when I have it scan into Evernote to JPG it puts each "page"/jpg image into its own note. How do I get it scan the entire document (running perhaps 10 or 20 pages) into a single note? By which I mean, 10 to 20 individual jpg files, ordered in the order scanned, in a single note as opposed to multiple notes?
  15. I converted my Springpad to Evernote, since they are shutting down. My only problem, so far, is that the attachments in my notes won't show up........ "Image Can't be Loaded" .....................in my android device (Samsung Note 3). They do show up in my Windows version. So far, it's only jpg and it's saying I don't have a program to open it, which I know I do. Does anyone have a solution for this?
  16. DennyL

    uploading JPEGs

    I have started to go paperless. I still haven't decided whether to prefer PDF or JPGs. My problem is that I have uploaded some JPEGs and some of them appear as images in the notes, and others appear as attachments, where one must click on the Eye icon to 'Quick look' them. I would like them all to appear as images, without having to Quick Look. Can anyone suggest how to do this? Thank you for any suggestions.
  17. I copy a 5 page long email to EN. It contains text and 3 photos. I later copy from EN to a new email. It looks ok(in Mac Mail), but after I send it each photo is replaced with a box and text: NOT GOOD! I use Mac Mail/Gmail, OS X 10.9.1 Mavericks and EN Version 5.4.4 (402282) This means I can not use EN to store emails I wish to reuse on a regular basis. It also means I can not safely use EN to copy images to email at all, since I can not be sure until email is sent that photo will go with it! Any ideas? Thanks Phil
  18. Potentially a Captain Obvious new user overlooked something type question: I have several notes with pictures inserted and a few that were merged with text and images. Is there a way to make the JPGs appear at the top automatically? The notes are for swing patterns and the image is more useful than the yardage charts when I'm looking for a certain pattern (i.e., I have 20 jacket or blazer patterns and tagging for every possible variation or thought pattern is impossible. I'm a visual person and the image is more likely to trigger a memory for whatever bright idea just popped into my head). Many thanks
  19. Hi.. I'm a teacher and I want to track student work by taking photos of it, then later be able to search for the their work again. I'm thinking that I could stick a 'label' (with a unique code for each student) on each of page of work they turn in to make searching easier later on. So for example.. the students have all just finished taking a test. I tell them to place their label on each page of their work. They turn the documents into me. I take a photo of each page. I upload to Evernote on all one note (to make the process faster) and I'll name the note something like "Test 001". I'll then download all the images to my computer (using 'export attachments'), batch convert to PDF (so I can edit them using GoodReader), then place all the PDFs back on Evernote. Now when I want to search for work related to a certain student, I just type in their 'code' and all their work should pop up. I'm just curious if anyone had any thoughts on that workflow? Also, in terms of creating a unique code for each student, any recommendations? (ie. avoid using dashes .. A1-001John, etc.) The bottom line: I want to track their work using images converted to PDFs, and I don't want to have to 'type any text' and still be able to find their work. (BTW, the label is because I'll be dealing with young students who may not always write their name clearly. Also, they might not write it dark enough for Evernote with their pencils.) Thanks.
  20. When I forward emails from my work account, the jpg files do not show up in the email, only the filename.
  21. Hi All, I am a huge fan of evernote and I am keen to go completerly paperless by scanning to a file any paper I do get. However I am struggling to find an optimal DPI and image format to scan and upload my bills / important papers to evernote. So far I have tried JPG and PNG at 600dpi with file sizes 1-10 and 10-40mb respectively using irfanview because I can specify where to scan each file and they are autonumbered. My problem is if evernote is to be used effectively everything should be stored in evernote - to increase the power of its search. Can anyone suggest a better option as I am only on a free account and uploading even the JPG files will use my 60mb upload limit very very quickly! Any help much appreciated. Josh.
  22. I have saved a number of images in EN - many were taken from clipping rectangles - i would like to use some of these as starter images for abstract work - can i export or save them on my computer to a standard photo format like JPG?