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I prefer Evernote shares for sensitive information over email. Once the recipient has downloaded a document, I remove the share. Today I found that I still shared a couple of documents with potentially sensitive information. So I would like to have an overview of what Notes and Notebooks I have created public shares for. I found a forum post that contains a workaround: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/89445-is-... But I am sure the next time I need it, I will have to look it up again. Wouldn't it be useful to have a view where all shares are listed?
I like te feature to highlight a sentence in a note. It would be very usefull if it would be possible to see all highlighted sentences from different notes in to one note as an overview. This would be escpecially usefull for students.
Hello. I'm writing in search of an explanation for why Evernote for Android requests the "read calendar events plus confidential information" permission. I haven't been able to find this in web searches or through this forum (though there are fragmented inquiries about other permissions). To Evernote employees who may be reading this: please see that your company is clear[er] about why, SPECIFICALLY, its applications ask for each permission. While I like the convenience and polish of Evernote for Android, I'm annoyed that I have to ask for what is such a obvious sticking point for many people -- even after this is a well known point of controversy for any Android app, not just Evernote. Yes, Google could make it simple and compulsory to detail specifically on the Permissions tab of Google Play, but, as others have said, Evernote could as easily list this information in the text of the Overview tab. Insofar as it may be undesirable to have so much text in the Overview, Evernote could at least supply a link to a detailed page... Which it does -- provide a link, that is. However, vexingly, "More information about permissions at: http://s.evernote.com/permissions" redirects to an overview that is simply identical to the vague Google Play Permissions tab. Not "more information" at all! This is such a basic thing that people have a right to ask about; please be more forthright about the details. Should customers/users have to scour the forums for such a simple, straightforward thing? I am spurred by the apparent dearth of information about the 'Calendar' permission, and I can't identify a good reason why that 'permissions' page is just a reiteration of the Google Play store, still -- especially with Evernote presumably receiving an income stream from premium customers. Help would be appreciated. Thanks for your time.