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Tuesday, August 08, 2017

EverNote encrypts more flexibly than OneNote

Thinking about storing something semi-private in my OneNote  - nothing really important, just some medical appointments.



I've used both EverNote and OneBNote, but am currently using OneNote.



Comparisons: in this regard - encryption - EverNote seems to win. (Assuming the crypto is done properly)



Lifehacker Faceoff: OneNote vs. Evernote: "In OneNote, you can encrypt entire notebook sections, but that's only for the premium (paid) Microsoft Office versions. In Evernote, select text and right-click to encrypt it."
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