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*Everything* in v10 takes *more taps* to accomplish. Was this even considered?!


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Agree. I cannot imagine that any UX tests has been conducted before. Like letting power users use the app and watching them and/or asking them to think aloud while performing basic (or even advanced) tasks.

Everything has become crazily inefficient. 

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Totally agree with op. I like the look of the new apps. Most of functionality that I use is present (I know that is not the case for everyone). BUT everything takes longer with more clicks. I am primarily using the iOS app on my iPad and iPhone and the amount of clicks and then getting moved back into all notes by some odd swipe is just crazy. It does not help that the iOS app currently is super slow, but adding clicks makes things much slower. 

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Just came here to commiserate since this site says I’m not allowed add anymore reactions today. 🤬 

I can’t even rollback on iOS. I’m a power user for almost 10 years and have put up with a flawed product...to an even more flawed remake. Deflating, to say the least. 

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I agree as well.  Moving between notebooks takes more taps.  If I want to see the notebook that I was viewing last, I have to do several taps to navigate back to it because All Notes is opened by default.

It really feels like every major version since 7.18 has been a downgrade in functionality.  I've been a power user for 10 years as well, and now I'm considering searching for a replacement for my external brain.  Very frustrated.

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On 11/1/2020 at 9:51 PM, jilliant said:

Just came here to commiserate since this site says I’m not allowed add anymore reactions today. 🤬 

I can’t even rollback on iOS. I’m a power user for almost 10 years and have put up with a flawed product...to an even more flawed remake. Deflating, to say the least. 

Thank you, I brought this up in the beta program, and I think you are spot on, they don’t seem to care a jot about number of clicks, amount of pointless mouse movement up and down, left and right, all across the screen, for the simplest of tasks or efficiency of workflow. All very very frustrating. It’s like they can’t type so have ignored the keyboard entirely, it’s almost like the classic Evernote never existed. The new owners don’t seem to realise what a great classic, efficient, usable program they inherited looking at this sorry excuse for a so called Upgrade. 

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I too am so frustrated.  I need easier access to tags and it needs to be placed more prominent.  I hate that they have tags at the bottom.  Two things I do with every note is to assign it to a notebook and give it a tag.  Why wouldn't they be next to each other like before?  Scanning needs to be fixed.  I need to be able to scan all sorts of items into my notes.  I do this so much, that if I cannot scan, I don't even know how I can continue to use Evernote.

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Adding tags: Do we talk about the same thing ? You are posting in the EN for iOS forum segment.

My tagging is done here, right at the top:

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Furthermore the iOS client now supports nested tags, IMHO a big plus of v10.

Scanning on iOS:

You can use the build in scanner that uses the iPhone camera, and you can do it everywhere in a note. Simply put the cursor where the scan shall be placed, hit the blue „+“ button, select „camera“ and do the scanning. It is not the best scanner for iOS, but it does the job.

Scanning is very handicapped on the desktop clients, where import folders have vanished, and each scan creates a new notebook. But there you still have the option to install the legacy client, have your Workflows supported and hope that EN v10 will improve before legacy is killed.

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There are SO many mindboggling UI/UX issues I have with the remake that it almost doesn't matter whether I'm talking about iOS or desktop version as some functions got removed altogether. 

I'm sure the team has worked hard to change things but this feels like the right answer to the wrong question.

 

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On 11/6/2020 at 6:50 AM, Ron V said:

I agree as well.  Moving between notebooks takes more taps.  If I want to see the notebook that I was viewing last, I have to do several taps to navigate back to it because All Notes is opened by default.

It really feels like every major version since 7.18 has been a downgrade in functionality.  I've been a power user for 10 years as well, and now I'm considering searching for a replacement for my external brain.  Very frustrated.

The closest this comes to is possibly Notion, but even with it's impressive versatility (SQL! full customization!), it still comes up short on the doc management of webclippings if you do a lot of research docs. Which the OLD Evernote was capable of. Like sending emails directly into notes from other sources (I use EN to manage the numerous sites I subscribe to). However, Notion appears to be expanding their development quickly so it's definitely something to watch. Until then, I'll settle for the legacy Evernote that runs on one computer that I'll be sure to never upgrade.

 

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On 11/7/2020 at 2:55 AM, MrIllustrator said:

Thank you, I brought this up in the beta program, and I think you are spot on, they don’t seem to care a jot about number of clicks, amount of pointless mouse movement up and down, left and right, all across the screen, for the simplest of tasks or efficiency of workflow. All very very frustrating. It’s like they can’t type so have ignored the keyboard entirely, it’s almost like the classic Evernote never existed. The new owners don’t seem to realise what a great classic, efficient, usable program they inherited looking at this sorry excuse for a so called Upgrade. 

Well there's some hope yet, as Notion seems to be competing for Evernote users. They're also half the price of EN, though I wouldn't mind the EN price if only their product isn't losing functionality in the first place. Their current version is not up to par for my workflow yet but you might want to check them out in case it meets your needs.

 

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