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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 found an email that indicates somebody requested access to an Evernote folder of mine. The folder is currently private. It's not clear to me how someone even knows I have that folder. So, it's a two part question: 1. Do I have a security concern, or does Evernote allow people to ask for a folder to be shared with them? 2. If Evernote does allow someone to ask, how do I turn off visibility to my folder names?
I'm using the Evernote 5.3.0 desktop app for mac, downloaded from the Apple App Store. I recently began using shared folders on a project. Here's the problem: Some content is not being synced to my desktop app, but it is visible on my IOS app and through my browser. It just isn't showing up in my desktop app. Other content becomes visible when the sync auto-refreshes, but some of it is missing. Thoughts?
I have a question about the new referral process. If I invite someone to join a shared folder and they're currently not on Evernote, when they sign up, do I get the referral points? I've got several invitations outstanding and I'm trying to figure out if I need to send a separate referral link prior to them joining the shared folder.