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  1. Hi all, I've been testing how to use evernote for organizing receipts and invoices for multiple properties i own. The reason I chose evernote is because of the support, robust platform, excellent fast phone scanning and searchable text. Mostly it's working great. The one thing I cannot seem to control is the ordering of the photos. If I take a sequence of 5 photos in one note, I would like the newest ones to come on top instead of the newest ones to go to the bottom. Is there any way to control this? Thanks Nick
  2. 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.
  3. I've used evernote android to scan documents to pdf in the past. With the latest update, the document scanner option disappeared for creating a new note. I figured out that you do it through the the camera button which has the option of saving as a document. But, it saves the document as a jpg file, not a pdf file. Is there still a way to scan to a pdf document - I sure can't find it. Thanks for any help
  4. I was all set to start scanning business cards via Evernote. Made sure all my settings were correct and then came to a realization it wasn't going to work or at least it appears that it won't work. I currently use an HP notebook running Windows 10. I use Outlook for email but my contacts are on my iPhone 6 backed up to iCloud. I like this because if I look up a contact and want to telephone them all I have to do is touch the number or the address if I want to use the GPS. The problem is that I can scan my cards using the Evernote camera and have them logged to my Outlook contact but I don't use Outlook for contacts so what I scanned wouldn't be in a usable location. If I don't scan to contacts and leave the cards in Evernote I gain the tagging ability but lose the dialing and GPS features I currently enjoy with iCloud and iPhone. Am I doing everything right or am I overlooking something that would let everything mesh in peace and tranquility? Perhaps there's a box I need to check or uncheck somewhere. Is anyone else experiencing the same delima or better yet, has anyone found a solution to the delima. I would sure appreciate the help if anyone has any. Thanks, Dan Light
  5. Hi, On the last two beta releases it seems that scanning and saving as a document is broken. The picture is fine but hitting save as a document gives you nothing but a black rectangle. Anyone else having the same issue? (Version 112 beta on Android Marshmallow 6.0.1)
  6. Hi, I'm using evernote since some years with my Canon P-215. This works fine, the only thing annoying me is this stupid software CaptureOnTouch Canon provides. It shows confirmation dialogs and doesn't let me scan multiple scanprocesses and the scanners buttonpresses aren't recognized every time. So I wonder, do you have any ideas for a better software to scan directly into evernote using Windows? Greetings Torsten
  7. Hello! I'm using a Moleskine Pen+ for capturing notes I make. I'm syncing through the Moleskine Notes app into Evernote, where the notebook pages are captured. I can search using Evernote through the content of those pages, but in some instances the OCR has not identified words correctly. Is it possible to manually adjust those imperfections, so that I can search accurately through this content in future? Alternatively, is there a commonly-used workaround?
  8. I would like to use the Evernote camera to scan in handwritten notes. When it works, it is great, but I have lots of problems. It is extremely sensitive to camera shake and flatness of the image. I am scanning a Moleskin type notebook and the pages are not perfectly flat. It sometimes takes several minutes of fussing to capture a page.And sometimes, it just won't capture it at all. There is no problem just taking a picture, but that doesn't keep the pages in the same notebook or trim them to their edges (and I'm not sure if the OCR works either). I've tried putting them under glass, but this just seems to fool the focus even further. Oh, and the phone camera scanning sucks battery life unbelievably. In just a few minutes of scanning, it drained half of my my battery! Any suggestions?
  9. So today I finally got to use the new feature, well new if you're an Android user! Had to do a manual update for some reason but the business cards are there hidden under camera option :-) Just a couple of questions ... 1. Can you set the notebook you want the cards to be stored into by default ? 2. Does it capture the website/twitter/facebook? It appears not to on my sample cards? 3. Can it not put all the other data from the card it can't place in a field into notes, at least then fixing any mis-determined fields is just a cut and paste rather than re-key? 4. Any chance of adding double sided, or better multi shot cards, I have some which are 4 sides (fold on short edge to make a long card - hard to scan in one pass) and anoth with 2 columns and it fails as a single pass, but two separate pictures and it gets the data, just into 2 records! 5. Is there any simple way to export the cards to CSV or some other basic data structure for taking to our SugarCRM/SuiteCRM system? Sorry for the Cross post as this also got tacked on to the end of a completely unrelated post, so rather than get lost I have created a new post! (Sorry if this is wrong). thanks
  10. I've started using Penultimate in an effort to go paperless with my writing and blogging. What I do is have a Penultimate/Evernote window open on one side of the screen and a Word document or blog post on the other side so I can easily copy down what I've written. I have a giant notebook filled with writing that I would like to easily copy over. What's the best way, if there is one, I can scan the notebook and have it appear in Evernote in one note so I can easily copy what I've written into a computer file?
  11. I was using a canon scanner on my windows PC to scan to evernote. I moved to IMAC and am out of USB ports. I am looking at using a hub but noticed the new scansnap iX500 can scan to its ios app and you can move the pdf to Evernote. Is anyone doing this, pro's and con's?
  12. What is the best scanner to digitize 10,000 photos? Want to upload some to Evernote as well. Does anyone use Evernote to back up photos in conjunction with another photo app?
  13. I have been an Evernote user for some years but only used it now and then to store simple notes and for webclips. I'm now in the process of evaluating going paperless. I've been working on a scanner and automatic filing solution for storing directly in Evernote. Just when I was about to succeed in setting everything up Evernote was hacked, and I started to question if my idea of storing all mails and importan papers in Evernote was a good idea. Should I store "everything" there (apart from obvious things like pin-codes etc of course)? E.g. Birth certificates, wedding certificates, insurance, banking info etc? I'm looking for other peoples view on whether storing "everything" at Evernote (and searchable through OCR-feature) is a good idea. - Do people consider this a safe solution? - Do you limit what kind of papers are scanned & stored here? Do you also store locally at a local disk or do you store the most important locally on a disk and the rest on Evernote? - Is additional encryption of scanned files possible without disabling searchability? Would appreciate feedback on thoughts about this and how you use Evernote for going paperless. /BH
  14. I want to go paperless, and buy a scanner that will enable scanning direct to Evernote. I'd strongly prefer to scan 'direct to the cloud' rather than having the scans go through my laptop each time. Which scanner should I buy? The ScanSnap S1300i looks good - but it seems to require connection to a laptop for all scans? Are there any duplex scanners which can send direct to Evernote without requiring a laptop? I assume that this is possible with any scanner which scan direct to an email address? Thanks Robin.
  15. Just curious if any of the scanners that do one-pass duplex scanning do any sort of image subtraction to eliminate any bleedthrough? Is bleedthrough an issue on these scanners? Thanks.
  16. The two or more body problem A challenge with going paperless for households (at least my household) is deciding who owns what notebooks. We have shared notebooks for kids memorabilia, school records, taxes, etc. Let's consider school records. These come in a near-constant stream, but both parents are involved in scanning, so if I scan documents destined for a notebook in my wife's Evernote account, I have to get them there. Managing sharing Right now, I only have three ways to deal with this, outlined below. Let's assume person A is creating a document that everyone agrees is destined for a notebook shared by person B. (Disagreement would be another topic!) Person A copies newly scanned documents into the shared destination notebook. This has the advantage that they wind up in the destination immediately after scanning, but it has several drawbacks. Who does the tagging and sets the titles? Generally, I think the person who "owns" the notebook is responsible for all the curation, including tag rationale, but the owner (person B ) is not getting notified. As an advocate of GTD, this seems like skipping not only the processing step but even the inbox. Person A copies newly scanned notes to one or more shared "incoming" notebooks. This can deal with the problem above by laying the curation responsibility firmly at the owner's doorstep. The owner has to tag and file the notes properly, but they'll likely get those things done consistently. Yay. But it's some extra work in the process Use Dropbox as an intermediary. Since Evernote Windows can monitor directories (and Mac users can use AppleScript to get the same thing), set up folders for "A- incoming" and "B-incoming" and scan directly to them. That way Person A can create notes in person B's "incoming" notebook without any extra step. But you have to set it up. What do other folks do for going paperless with shared notebooks?
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