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Forum Digest: January '21


Shane D.

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Welcome to the January edition of the Evernote Forum Digest!

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What's New?
 

  • UPDATE: Evernote 10.3 for iOS is here - We’ve added performance improvements and fixed a few issues you’ve told us about.

     
  • Limited-Time 40% Off Evernote Premium Offer - For a limited time, eligible Basic and Plus customers can receive 40% off a one-year subscription to Evernote Premium.

     
  • Issues with Evernote Points - If you need help with Evernote Points, please reach out on this forum thread.

     
  • Issues with an API or direct integration with Evernote - If you’re experiencing issues or need help with our API, SDK, or direct integrations, please let us know by completing this form.

     
  • Forum support and moderation will be offline on Monday, January 18 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.



Evernote Blog Updates

How to Redefine Success and Find Happiness in Your Life - If you entered last year with big goals, only to see them fall by the wayside, you're not alone. But with the help of these tips, you can redefine success.



 

 

 

 

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If a Plus subscriber upgrades to Premium with the offer, and decides not to continue after a year am I right in thinking they can not go back to Plus, but will revert to Basic?

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Right - you can continue in Plus, but once you are out (either to Basic or Premium / Business) AFAIK there is no way back.

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OK great, thanks.  I think I'll stick with Plus.  Going back to early on with Evernote (I've had it since 2008) I had a discounted Premium subscription for a year, but I switched back to Plus because I no longer needed the Premium features due to changes in my work situation.  

Currently there's nothing in the extra features of Premium that I need, and although the ability to edit the home page would be nice it's not a deal breaker.

 

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Please fix the "turn off spelling, red underline score on foreign languages" and merge notes together. 

 

thanks

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Custom fonts. Bring back Custom fonts. Times New Roman is not a lot to ask. Please.

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Times New Roman is a Windows font - the license is bound to the OS, it is not platform neutral.

The decision for a fixed font set in all clients is a decision for notes that look and work alike on all platforms. Asking for OS-specific fonts is of course ok - but is against the philosophy on which v10 was build. To replace TNR, you can use the Serif font.

If you want an omelette, you have to crack some eggs.

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Still can't find how to access this great new home. Maybe it doesn't really exist yet, Mac.

Thanks

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Very poor position and response on custom fonts tells me Evernote chief designers are out of touch with development standards and makes me question investing any more of my future with Evernote. Having run large development groups for 30 years, I suggest new project leaders. This type of attitude about product design goes deep in whoever is in charge. They rarely change much. Evernote's future is in trouble.

 

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On 2/7/2021 at 7:20 PM, swolfe8ev said:

Still can't find how to access this great new home. Maybe it doesn't really exist yet, Mac.

Left panel, beginning from the top:

Account name

Search field

New note Button

HOME VIEW

Normally the v10 app will open in Home view already.

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On 2/16/2021 at 1:38 AM, NormP said:

Very poor position and response on custom fonts tells me Evernote chief designers are out of touch with development standards and makes me question investing any more of my future with Evernote. Having run large development groups for 30 years, I suggest new project leaders. This type of attitude about product design goes deep in whoever is in charge. They rarely change much. Evernote's future is in trouble.

 

Couldn't agree more!

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