mchollett 2 Posted October 15, 2012 Share Posted October 15, 2012 First let me say thank you for providing a pen and paper input method. I have tried very hard to go all digital but I keep going back to pen and paper for some items. I just like the feel of writing and I also seem to connect better with my notes when I write them.I have tried all the digital pen solutions. Some are really close but I still like the feel of "my" pen. Once the size gets a bit thinner and the choices of ink (roller vs. ball , fine vs. medium point) improve, there may be a solution there for me.I ordered a Evernote Moleskine and was please to see it arrive quickly. It was well packaged and the paper bag with the stick on seal gave the sense of purchasing it at a nice stationary store.Couple of first impressions:The cover is a bit busy and my immediate impression was something my young daughter would choose (except in pink of course). I would prefer a plain cover or a simple Evernote logo on it only. A more conservative plain black cover would provide a more serious impression when pulling this out in a business meeting. You don't have to do away with the current cover, just give us a choice. Another option would be a slim, durable, and conservative cover for the current notebook.Finding the place to enter the code provided with the notebook was difficult. It took several minutes of wondering around the Evernote website. I finally saw the notebook in a picture. Once I clicked on that and then found the - learn more - link I was able to locate the code entry fields. Should be a more clear and direct route from the home page. I also had difficulty figuring out if the code "took". I am a yearly premium subscriber and still not sure if the extra three months have been added to my account. Something under my account information showing the code entered and how it was added to my account would be helpful.Other than these couple items, it looks good so far.Mark Link to comment
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