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hey, i started using the evernote to day, and i clicked i wanted to share my notes public link. and now i cant get it off. i dont want to have an public note. or can nobody see it? do i have to share it with other people with evernote? please tell me how it works or how i get it away.... 

 

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How can I find notes that I have shared in my account?
To search your account for all notes you have shared, enter the following directly into the Search Bar: sharedate:*
 

To remove the share - right click on the note in the note list, select Share, then select Stop Sharing

 

Also

http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/26737-tip-how-sharing-works-june-2012/?fromsearch=1

and

http://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/24973036

and

http://evernote.com/evernote/guide/web/#8

 

 

Additional shared searches:

sharedate:[datetime] - will match any note that has a 'sharedate' timestamp that is equal to, or more recent than, the provided datetime. ( E.g.: )

sharedate:20070704 -Matches notes that were shared on or after July 4th, 2007, based on the client's timezone.

sharedate:20070704T090000 -Matches notes that were shared on or after 9:00am on July 4th, 2007, based on the client's timezone.

sharedate:20070704T150000Z -Matches notes that were shared on or after 3:00pm GMT on July 4th, 2007.

-sharedate:20070704 - Matches notes that were shared before July 4th, 2007, based on the client's timezone.

sharedate:day-1 -Matches notes that were shared yesterday or today

-sharedate:day -Matches notes that were shared before today

sharedate:day-1 -sharedate:day - Matches notes that were shared yesterday (only)

sharedate:day-30 -Matches notes that were shared within the last 30 days (or today)

sharedate:week -Matches notes that were shared in this calendar week (Sunday-Saturday)

-sharedate:month -Matches notes that were shared before this month

sharedate:year-1 -Matches notes that were shared last year or this year
 

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okey, thanks man. now i got it right. before i was looking in another topic and i didnt got it right. thats why i asked...

 

and thanks for the links!! have a nice day my friend

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