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Many a times by mistake some of the text gets deleted , or the file which is dragged and dropped in the notes get deleted by mistake, i wish to have a protect function for all the content. the text should be protected by selecting it then press right click and click on protect, it can be deleted only after it is unprotected. similar drag and dropped file can be protected by right click and then click protect. To delete a file user have to right click on it then click unprotect then file can be deleted. This feature will make Evernote more useful Thanks for your support
Hi All - I've been a long time user of Evernote on a personal level, and have recommended their product to many people and even businesses. However, my recent experience left me very bitter about them. I've thought of them to be a nice friendly company, who although aren't perfect, do want to please. But apparently.... I don't have much words. Here is what happened. I've been using evernote for personal use for many years. I do business consulting. I was working with a specific company, who needed much help with their customer file organization. While working with them to build a database, I had them use evernote temporarily. Not a solid or permanent solution at all, but with evernote's business accounts, we were able to make it work. Needless to say, a whole lot of very critical data and information was in there. Obviously we kept backing it up and saving copies, but at the speed that the business was preforming, at any given moment, there was critical information which we needed to rely on evernote for. Somehow, the account wasn't renewed. And, we tried renewing the account, but it said that if we want to get back all of our notes (critical notes!) we need to contact evernote directly. We have filled out a handful of tickets on their website with our email and phone numbers - all clearly saying how critical it was for them to get back for a time sensitive issue of our data. Some of them read - - My account was somehow closed. We have very very very important information in there. Also time sensitive. We have about 45 customers trying to.... - You closed my account, and our entire business is on it! Please help... This was an extremely time sensitive matter. This was a glitch that costed literally thousands of dollars! True the company should have been backed up more appropriately, but that's why they hired me, and changes don't happen overnight. Evernote should have been able to handle this, and should have gotten back to us. We've tried endlessly and with continued failure to contact evenote on July 17th with ABSOLUTELY NO RESPONSE! Unbelievable. Shocking. Then - out of no where - on August 26th - over a month later! we get the following message from evernote - ------------------------- Evernote Support (Evernote Support) Aug 26 12:12 Thank you for contacting Evernote customer support. We are unable to personally answer your inquiry. I'm closing this request today and encourage you to find the answer to your inquiry via a search on the Evernote Support page or with our active user community in theEvernote forums. If you are having issues with login, account access, or a purchase, please reply to this email and we will respond to you as soon as possible. The Evernote Support team ----------------- No explanation. No further options for help. No compassion. No resolutions. Are they for real???? It says in the message that if there are further concerns, I should write back. At this point, the money is lost, and the damage is done. Nevertheless, I wrote back on August 26th - same day. So far nothing. No response. No communication. I am truly shocked, and disgusted. In business, while trying to make money, we have the opportunity to be good people, and give to the people around us. Good business. Good people. That's my methodology. Not with them. No real people... definitely no good people. Again, all I can say is shocking. Whoever would like can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Abe
I'm new here, and I'm finding Evernote my savior. I can't remember *****, my wife says it's like a blurred photograph... and it's in motion. It's fleeting, I can't remember what McDonald's taste like. It's that bad. I tried evernote a couple years ago. I didn't get it. Then, my wife really got on me about my memory. She wanted me to see a doctor. I googled "how to remember" and this article came up and it talked about Evernote. And it had a video attached to it. I decided to give Evernote another try. And wow, after watching the youtube video I have a whole understanding of Evernote. I love Evernote! In two weeks, I already have over 300 notes! However, however. I'm wondering if my attachments are safe. I have private attachments, such as excel files. I see where the database file are:%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases Also, I can see the attachment files:%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases\Attachments This an example of courseI have a file called "electrical formulas.xlsx.backup" under "Attachments", and this is a private file. I noticed I can copy the file to another location, then drop the *.backup extension, and open the file right up. This scares me. What if this was a really private file with financial information or passwords. The only way someone can open this file is, you must have evernote installed, and then have the Evernote user's name and password to open this file. Is there away to encrypt this file?