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  1. Newbie here, I did try seraching but couldnt find specifics, somany references to adding dates and timestamps, so perhaps Evernote already doers this, could someone please clarify for me. Or perhaps it's included in the preumium service offering? Does Evernote have a way to include, automatically and without user ability to edit - the ORIGINAL timestamp of when a note was created? This being able to prove should evidence be required, as to when exactly a ntoe was taken or recorded. In the case of adding file-notes about incidents and injuries etc - i.e to answer the question "When did you first know about auch and such and what actions did you take" - we use filenotes like this alot at work and I wondered if Evernote could do this already? Appologies if the info is already here, but as I say I couldnt find a definitive answer to this specific question. I am considering upgrading, but REALLY want to original voice-note feature, where you got the recording, and the text together, and linked, so you could edit words andlisten back to exactly what you said to correct spelling. That doesn't exist anymore in that way... ;(
  2. 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.
  3. I've been wondering: is there any clause or method in place to allow us, the Evernote account owners, to legally have our account access released to a single entity, who then requests it with official documentation, in case of our death? In my view, Evernote may be the most important asset I have online. It holds all my thoughts, noted feelings, goals, secret info, important info, and more. I'm trying things with it daily to improve almost every aspect of my life. It has all the information I think is important to my life. I would really like to have my Evernote account and all such information shared with one single entity (person or other) when I die. I read the Terms of Service and the Privacy Policy, and couldn't find anything on this. I know one way is to share my account login information with anyone I want right now, though I want to treat this kind of like a will and see if Evernote has something legal like this in place or may put a legal clause in somewhere to handle such things when they happen. Any thoughts on this? Thanks!
  4. So watsup with new legal page? Any important changes or "small letters"?
  5. Hi All, I took the plunge a couple of weeks ago, got myself a ScanSnap 1300s, and have jumped into paperless like a maniac. I've garnered a ton of great info from these discussions. Big thanks to all that are contributing! I've come to my first obstacle that I can't find a good solution for. I receive quite a few documents that I need to sign and I'm wondering, how do you guys handle this? Of course, I could just print, sign, scan and send back out, but I'm wondering if there is a better solution. I have my signature and initials scanned so if the document comes in Word or something similar, it's pretty easy. Acrobat has digital signing capabilities but I'm not sure how many people use/accept the documents that way. Thoughts? Thanks, Lynn
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