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  1. Hi! I'd like to suggest that an entire notebook could be either encrypted or password protected (aside from the log-in or passcode to get into the app). I use Evernote for work and for personal. I like to keep a daily journal of personal thoughts and I'd love to do this in Evernote, but I've been relying on other password-protected apps. I like to leave my Evernote logged in, but that lack of security just worries me for keeping my personal journal entries in their own notebook.
  2. I'm trying to use Evernote at work. I work with two ladies. Lady one receives my work chat notes but she can't reply. Lady two neither receives nor can she reply (or even send a new one to me). What criteria do they have to meet before they can send work chat messages? They both use Gmail. This is on Evernote Web.
  3. Now, that Personal and Work view are separate, I find myself constantly switching back and forth. I would much rather have two windows, one personal and one work. I still need to see both accounts side-by-side.
  4. My wife works and uses an office computer that we don't own. Is it possible to install the clipper on that machine and link it to her personal Evernote account and keep it secure? At work she does much of the same things we do in ministry. As she's looking things up at work, the clipper would be wonderful new reference source. Just want to make sure that no one at work would be able to get into here Evernote account or see what she's saved. Unfortunately, the company she's working for seems less than trustworthy in recent years. Even when she changes companies, security is still prudent. Thanks
  5. I've been an EN user since 2008. But about a year ago, after getting a nice shiny Surface 3 tablet, I thought I'd give onenote a shot. I was still using EN for all my personal stuff - capturing receipts etc, but thought it might be nice to use ON for work. The trouble is, I actually do most of my work on my mac. This is where I started to quickly realize the folly of moving from EN to ON, particular in the case of a mac user, but many of these frustrations are also on the Windows version of ON. So for those thinking about switching from EN to OneNote, here are some of the issues you might deal with. In Onenote: 1. You can't sort pages automatically. In EN you can sort to your heart's content on date, size, created, name... 2. In the Mac version of Onenote, you can't create tags. You can use pre-made tags. 3. In the windows version, as far as I can tell you can't create tags on the fly - like when you create a note. You have to make them and assign an icon to them. It's about 20 steps. 4. Searching for tags is not intuitive. While EN has a single search bar, ON has different places for searching. 5. You can make a note a subpage in ON, but when you move the parent page, the subpage doesn't move with it. Put another way in ON subpage means "indent". 6. You can't customize the layout very much. 7. You can now use the pen on EN to "ink" notes. Even for Surface 3 models. 8. I don't think you can merge notes in ON. 9. The apps for ON are, for want of a better word "chunky". There seems to be a lot of real estate wasted. 10. You can change the width of the various page elements in ON for mac. So if you have long note names, you won't be able to see the whole name. And here's where ON wins: You can customize the heck out of your note - fonts, colors, layout etc - it works very nicely with other MS office products. If you like making nice looking notes, then ON is much better than ENs more rudimentary functions. Thankfully, EN for windows has a very nice and easy to use import function to import ON notes. No such function exists on the Mac version though. I am not an obsessive EN user, but I've learned the hard way that it's the little details that I missed. Just my 2 cents...
  6. -JD

    Sharing Folders

    Hi, A few weeks ago I decided to introduce Evernote to my team of developers. We decided to create an Evernote account each to share interesting articles and information we find on the internet. We created 3 sharing folders with the team, but we found out that Evernote is (most of the time) not working with Safari. Some colleagues can't place articles in the sharing folders straight from the internet with the web clipper. They simply can't select the sharing folder or add tags (see print screen) to their articles they want to store in those folders. My question is how to fix that? Hopefully someone is familiar with this problem and can give me some tips or tricks to solve this problem! Thanks!
  7. I have a personal Evernote account that I pay for, which uses my personal email address. I also use Evernote for work notes, and I would like to be able to share some notes with coworkers without giving them my personal email address, as well as receive notifications that they have edited the shared note on my work email instead of my personal email. Is there a way to have two email addresses on the same account, and choose from which address I wish to share when I start to share a note or notebook? Evernote Business is not in the cards right now, so any workflow that involves Business is irrelevant.
  8. Office productivity is stuck in a world that’s almost as old as personal computing. When we started using these tools, it was so jarring that familiar metaphors—files, documents, and slides—were needed to ease us into the system. In the years since, the physical objects have faded from view, but their digital look-a-likes have stuck around. They may have moved from desktop computers to the cloud, but they haven’t really changed in the process. The trouble with these digital versions is that you get out exactly what you put in to them. Nothing more. Maybe less. Also, each of the tools are entirely disconnected from one another. Your brilliant document transforms into a set of dumbed-down, frustrating bullet points in a slide show. It’s not constructive. The way we work has changed. Our expectations are different. It’s time to move on. Evernote is the single workspace designed around four central actions that we perform each day: WriteCollectFindPresentFrom desk to meeting and from individual work to group projects, Evernote allows you to get it all done without switching apps or contexts. We believe that it is our role to not only provide the workspace, but to build an experience that improves the quality of your work and is invested in your success. We do this by combining these four needs with collaborative features and powerful augmented intelligence technologies that all enrich your work as you do it. It’s important to question everything about mainstream tools. Does line spacing make you a better writer? Does a slide template improve your idea? We realize that there will be those that disagree with our approach, but we can see a widespread thirst for something new. That’s why over 100 million people around the world have chosen Evernote, and why 70% use it for work. This is a movement. We are how modern work happens. Ultimately, why does this even matter? It matters because this is your life’s work. You are building something of value, but when you rely on the old metaphors you’re just filing it away—never to be seen or used again. We are leaving the age where technology is an ambivalent bystander and entering an era where the tools we use actually make us better. Welcome to your new workspace. Learn more about how utilize your new workspace on the Evernote blog.
  9. Evernote is a great product that only gets better with time. The more notes you have in Evernote and the more you use Evernote at work the greater the benefits you will get. This forum probably already knows that. Evernote is an integral part of my work and a very essential tool that helps me manage my team and work. I recently wrote an article on my blog about 5 tips I have on using Evernote at work. In short, the 5 tips are: Share Evernote Notebooks (Premium Feature) Run 1:1 Meetings Using Reminders Create a Separate Notebook for Each Team Evernote at Work – Create Notes for Projects Scan Business Cards with Evernote (Premium)See my blog for details and please let me know your thoughts! Hussein Yahfoufi www.husseinyahfoufi.com
  10. Why is Evernote for Mac so trash? Ever since I downloaded the app, it has been glitching, ghosting, and recently I have lost 3 hours worth of work. Yesterday I spent 3 hours on a psychology project. I hit sync every once in a while, though I knew that it would also auto-save. I closed Evernote when I was done. Today I opened Evernote and the note displayed info that I had entered a week ago, and nothing more. I am so angry right now it is indescribable. Unless anyone can help, I suppose I will just go back to google docs.
  11. I rely on Evernote at work to capture every thought that goes through my head. Some of these thoughts are not related to work, and some are not necessarily compliant material. I believe my cached notes are being saved in my C drive. It is a normal practice at organizations to warn employees that, for example, corporate communications such as e-mail, are not private, and every message is able to be read if necessary. I use my own Evernote account at work, as opposed as a corporate account. (Working in web development, I have some liberties as to what I can install in my work conputer.) The way Evernote is built, is there a possibility that the organization could peek into my notes or otherwise access them? Sincerely G
  12. Hello all, Am checking out the EN Business HD video to get a feel for what it can offer. Would anyone have a checkbox feature comparison between the Premium and Business versions? thanks, MIke
  13. I saw a posting on LifeHacker where the poster said he didn't understand the appeal and value of Evernote. So I posted a reply which seemed to merit posting here too. My work, family, and personal life has a lot of moving parts. Evernote helps me keep them all organized. It is mostly a place to collect notes on a wide variety of topics. Such as: - Work - The three new products I'm bringing to market for my company - The five existing products I need to sustain - The ideas I have for new products - Tasks that don't directly link to either of the above - Travel plans: flight info, times, etc. - Travel perk memberships for airlines and hotels - Photos of whiteboard sessions, customers using our products, customers with cool ideas... - Home - Repetitive maintenance tasks - Shopping lists for Lowes/Home Depot - Family - Gift ideas for my wife,three kids, and me (for when they ask what I want for ...) - Clothing sizes for everyone - Medical info including last immunization, allergies, ongoing medication - Which ink cartridge each printer uses - Model, make, VIN, year, color, and more for each of the cars - Personal - Tasks I've committed to for church, social groups, etc. - Names of new people I've recently met or whose name I'm likely to forget (most, sadly) - Books I'd like to order from the library The alternative is an endless collection of paper scraps. Evernote isn on both my work and personal cell phone, home desktop, office laptop, personal laptop, iPad, and an Android tablet. No matter where I am I have at least one of these. I can make a note, it always goes into the right place, and everything syncs beautifully and automatically. Without Evernote, or something very similar, I'd be in deep trouble. And that's how I use Evernote- with gratitude to the inventors.
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