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  1. Hello guys, I'd like to suggest that you remove the need for full read&write to photos on iOS11. A new option is now available that can give you "Write only" permission. Since this is a scanning app, the base use case is completely covered (take a camera shot then save it to the camera roll). I'd feel much better if this was the case in this era of zero privacy. I gave the same suggestion to Microsoft Office Lens, hope you guys are quicker. Thanks
  2. So I did a quick search and saw that this feature was discussed back in 2011 and it has not seemed to change. A colleague and I have a shared folder. He cannot add new tags to his own notes in the shared folder. This is a huge oversight! The option to allow this permission is a must. As a creator of the note, I need my collaborators to have full-functioning access. The tag system is why the lot of us are here. Search functionality is a must. If a user who is using a shared folder cannot create their own tags, they are excluded from exploring the full potential of a shared platform. I hope this can get support and ultimately implemented. The official response I saw back in 2011 was that this was not a feature to prevent a collaborator from "polluting" the folder with new tags... Allow us to determine whether that is a concern. By granting access to the folder we are obviously assured that they will contribute quality content. Mind blowing oversight, haha. Anyways... what does the community think? Let's get them talking about this.
  3. Hi, I want to be able to 'seal' a shared note in my business by changing the permissions to 'can only view'. I can do it for a whole notebook but not for an individual note in a shared notebook with default permissions set to 'can edit and view'. Is there any way around this? Thanks, Luis
  4. Having just started to make use of the sharing features, for collaboration and project management in my business, there are several functions I'd like to see made available. Currently I'm not aware if there are ways of doing these things, and would be pleased to hear if anyone knows a method of doing them: 1. When I share a notebook, I can set permissions to view, edit, or edit and invite. However, there are some notes in the notebook that I only want my collaborators to be able to view, NOT to be able to edit. 2. When I share a notebook, I sometimes have several people I wish to share it with, as we're all working on the same project. However, whilst most of the notes in the notebook are for everyone I've shared it with, some of the notes are sensitive, and only relevant for individuals. It would be very useful to be able to manage permissions of these individual notes inside the shared notebook, so that some notes could be 'hidden' from the view of some of the collaborators. If anyone can think of a workaround for these issues I'd be very grateful. Many thanks. Geoff
  5. I am an Art teacher using Evernote to communicate with my students - I host about 100 notebooks which I have shared with each individual and they post their work and write process notes which I then assess. It has been great, but I am rather at a loss with the new update. Previously i could see whether a notebook was shared as there was a symbol on the notebook icon of three heads and shoulders next to my name - the sharer. After the update, most of these symbols have disappeared. Some students still have access to the shared notebook and some do not. Do I seriously have to go in to each individual notebook and share them again, this time through work chat? That is a massive amount of work and this time of year is a nightmare in terms of deadlines and assessment. I do not have a list of these emails as I assumed that once shared that would be all that was needed. I am also suspicious of Work Chat as many of my students have older mobiles and older operating systems with Evernote versions that cannot be updated for many different reasons. I cannot take it for granted that all students have Work Chat, or can I?
  6. Hi all, I've been trying to scour this forum and the web for info regarding how permissions work for the EWC on Safari. I know that in Chrome, it must have access to all web browsing, tabs, etc. because of the way Chrome permissions are designed (all or nothing). I'm wondering if Safari is different. It seems like I should be able to grant permission to Evernote to access pages I ask it to clip, without needing to share my entire browsing history at all times. So, the question is as to whether ( a ) the clipper has permission to access all my browsing at all times, ( b ) whether it actually does, and ( c ) I'd like to know this information for Firefox as well. I'm looking for a way to use Evernote such that it doesn't access data about everything I do on the Internet, which it doesn't need (it's enough that Google has all this info - esp. for those of us who use Chrome). I appreciate any clarification of this. Thank you! Sfam
  7. Love the product! How Do I use a public notebook, but lock individual notes inside and make them not visible? I am a voice teacher. I would like to post a public notebook for my students that looks like this: https://www.evernote.com/pub/progvox/tvsstudents But, in this example.. "Elaine Skeffington's" lesson notes would NOT be visible to other students. But she could go to this public notebook, click on her note and login to see the information there, see below. https://www.evernote.com/shard/s291/sh/f14b4a6a-15b6-4331-8c1e-252eeac4a21a/6aeb93bfab9df27cf39a083b6d57026e And can the student go into the note and make changes or type comments, etc... and I can go in week after week and leave notes and comments?
  8. When logging into my Chrome browser this morning, I received a notice that Evernote has been disabled and "requires more permissions." These permissions included giving Evernote (1) access your data on all websites, (2) access your tabs and browsing activity, and (3) manage my apps, extensions and themes. What are these "new permissions" about, or could someone point me in the right direction to see what these mean? Manage MY apps, extensions and themes, these seem somewhat intrusive, but if the reasons for these changes are in guidelines somewhere, I'd like to take a look. Thanks.
  9. Many, many thanks to Evernote for upgrading the security of third party Trunk apps. In an Evernote Tech Blog released today (Apr 24, 2012), Evernote announced: This is huge!!!! This fills what was, IMO, a big security hole in using Trunk apps. Previously Trunk Apps had full permissions to your Evernote account to read, create, edit ALL your Notes, when maybe the app only needed "Create" permission (like adding a new text Note, or a new snapshot). Now (as of Nov 1, 2012) Trunk Apps will have to meet much stricter security process, and can be limited to only the permissions the app actually needs to do its job. Many thanks to Evernote for listening to our security concerns and requests, and making this major step forward to providing an even more secure environment for our Evernote Notes.
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