brettmansdorf 6 Posted August 12, 2014 Share Posted August 12, 2014 Before the world jumps on me... I use 'touch' to view notes - PERIOD. My contractors do the same... I understand the win8 desktop and the touch operate from different databases (locally). I have several premium accounts (function of contractors - as "BIZ" wouldn't fit). I would like to see touch updated to at least presentable standards (IPO in the future?). In the cloud game its longevity that counts. YOU (EN) use up a large portion of real estate on my screen with the GET MORE (beloved) column for which "GET EVERNOTE FOR WINDOWS DESKTOP" is first and foremost... I HAVE IT ALREADY, AND ON THIS MACHINE. I AM Premium - so I would appreciate if you would give me back my screen's real estate (at least release a minor update which allows us who pay you to remove that damned column). Perhaps a pet peeve - but I'm also a onenote /onedrive user and to date, the split is 75/25 onenote to EN for my contractors - I sway about 1/3 to start using evernote - and often they need only "reference" documents I have loaded, so many like "touch" - those which try it - guaranteed - come back to me griping about that column.. For this biz, windows 8 touchscreen is necessary so all are interested in touch - in the end the majority end up on onenote/onedrive, as touch is often their first (and last) impression of EN. The gallery can call it whatever they want - but this STUPID glitch (don't know what else to call it) cost premium subscribers - period. Hope this at least is one more vote for having a developer spend a few hours to at minimum "clean up" this app. Still love my EN, still have multiple subscriptions, still believe - just disappointed in touch's first impression - as I spent 20 minutes showing off evernote (desktop), and they download touch - only to see what seems to be IN YOUR FACE advertising... Can't blame them for turning away (if I had started on touch - probably wouldn't be here).B.good Link to comment
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