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    It’s still on our todo list to support this directly, but I wanted to mention that it’s currently possible to password protect a note in a roundabout way: by importing a password protected PDF into the note. This will password protect the note with the password of the PDF. You can even delete the PDF from the note and the password will remain on the note.

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    Yes, I have just installed Squid in order to keep some fairly sensitive notes. I'd love to see a password option.

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