We’ve covered note burning services before at TechNorms, but the more the merrier. If you’re looking for a way to chat securely or send self-destructing messages, there are a lot of services out there. Sending secure messages is harder than you think. You can either sign up for services to do it or you can just send it. The latter seems like a better option for a lot of users looking to protect themselves and the recipient of messages. NoteDIP is one such service.

How to use NoteDIP

Head to NoteDIP’s web site.

NoteDIP requires no registration, and you only have to give up your e-mail address if you want confirmation the recipient has read it.


Type your note in the box.

If you want e-mail notification if it’s read, click the check box and enter your e-mail address.

If you want to password protect the message, click that check box and enter in a password.

Click “Create Note” to begin the encryption process for your message.


It’ll take a few moments to do so.


When finished, you’ll be given a link to the note, you can then copy and paste it to send it to the recipient for them to view it.


Once they open it, if password-protected, your recipient will be required to enter in the password.


After entered, since the note can only be viewed once, they will have to click “Click to see Note” to view it to avoid deleting it due to error.


In the meantime, you’ll receive an e-mail, if you opted for read receipt, to see that they’re seen in.

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When the note has been viewed, if they try to read it again, they’ll go through the same steps but be told it was destroyed.


That’s all there is to NoteDIP.

What’s the point of securing messages this way?

If you’re concerned about the content of a message or it being tracked, using a service like NoteDIP can help alleviate concerns. NoteDIP offers you a quick way to send messages that can only be accessed by your recipient, especially if password-protected. It may take a few services to find the right note sending provider for your secure messaging needs.

Try NoteDIP.