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  1. @PinkElephant Thanks, good point! I have just started really using Evernote so those days are a mystery to me. Maybe I don't know what features I'm missing
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  2. Good if DS Note serves your use cases. Just for everybody who asks himself what this DS Note means: It is the Note tool integrated into the Synology NAS operating system. On the Synology it is called Note Station, DS Note are the clients. Which means: You need a Synology NAS to run it, you need to manage that NAS, and if you need access from outside of your home network, you have to make the content available on the internet without corrupting your home network security at the same time. The software itself is free, but you need to get the NAS, which will cost a triple digit amount in $/€/£, plus the hard drives. It does not compare to EN, especially the OCR and search capabilities must be build around it using other apps for the Synology. And even then is is pretty short of functions beyond the basics. Why can I tell ? I run 2 Synologies and have tested Note Station. I am still here ...
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  3. Let me see: Next Sunday, rain 80%, temperature 10 degrees down, norther wind - time to schedule a backup, it seems. It is all a question of the motivation. Personally I run a copy of the legacy database on our Windows PC, using Acronis. On the Mac it is TimeMachine as well. Both are filed on my NAS, which backups itself to another NAS. Sometimes I think I could skip the NAS&NAS, run it by hand and save time on it - given how many rainy Sundays I have sunk into setting up and maintaining my network.
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  4. Just as a reminder: Everything in this thread before the last post dates back to the days before v10.
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  5. Thanks for the thoughtful response. I never had any issues with users who are content with the current EN version. That's of course possible as we all use EN differently and have different system configurations. Like you said, I'm sure these users aren't even paying attention to any of the long forum complaint posts that had gone cold, or online EN reviews. Exactly because I used to be such a user myself. Blissfully unaware. Quite ironic that I’ve only started getting active in the forums on my way out. So no, I wasn’t singling users like yourself out at all. In fact, good for you. I wouldn't wish on anyone my whole ulcer-inducing process of coming to terms with having to migrate, the wasted time testing alternatives but never quite finding one that fits, and almost a year later, still stuck in ‘transit’ mode, juggling between 3 different apps, waiting for just one to catch up so I can make good on my word and finally put this bout behind me. It was just refreshing for me to read another member stating it’s important that the company he chooses to support treats other customers right, so I wanted to give a shout out. Often times while reading forum replies here and on reddit, I wondered aloud to myself why some folks don’t seem to realise if negative posts don’t seem to die down, it is less to do with there being 'a small irrelevant group of entitled whiners and drama queens’, as was often the excuse given, but more telling of the way a company handles problems and its user base. And of course there's always this 'If they can do it to them today, they can do it to you too someday' red flag. I'm definitely aware of these hostile ones too and I'm sorry they've taken their anger out at you. I usually give them a pass though, as I figured their rage was a result of feeling abandoned or ignored by a company they had been passionate about and supported for a long time. I tend to put the blame on EN rather than the users themselves for their poor (and misdirected) conduct towards you, if you ask me 😜
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  6. That's fix-able, but I'm unwilling to pay the price increase for the top tier In fact, I will not be paying any future subscription fee
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  7. I feel the exact frustration! I have been a premium users and been paying for evernote since 2011
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  8. The Plus plan has not been offered to new subscribers, but those who were on it have been allowed to keep it. Just some days ago I got an email from Evernote, just like everyone else, that my Plus plan will remain unchanged, and cost the same. I don't need the Personal plan, I just need to keep the same features that were in the Plus plan. And I extended my plan for another year. But now Evernote says the mobile app will not have offline notes for Plus plan. That is NOT unchanged. I have been misled with wrong info from Evernote into extending my existing Plus plan. That is not right. And neither is taking away the features I have already paid for.
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  9. I've been on Plus plan for years, and I'm still on Plus, which has offline notes on mobile app. But the new Plus plan description says the offline notes are ONLY on desktop app. That means I won't have offline notes on my phone any more? How can Evernote take away something that I already paid for???
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  10. I've just cancelled my Personal subscription to Evernote, on the back of the less-than-transparent price rise they are slipping in whilst distracting us with new features (none of which I find remotely useful, but that's just my take). I'm not against price rises in general, but I disagree with the way all of this has been announced (or not, as it happens). The email I had specifically said no price changes, no nasty surprises. 13 days later and that is exactly what they do. If Evernote had simply said there are new features on the way but to pay for the continual developments they'd have to also increase prices, I would respect them for their honesty. To say they would keep prices the same and then renege on that in less than 2 weeks makes me quite angry. That's on top of a simmering level of discontentment with some ongoing bugs, poor performance and the removal of features I had previously come to reply on. We didn't get a discount when they were taken away, did we?
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  11. At this time I am a premium subscriber. I have been a paying Evernote customer since 2008, Now I feel that my interest in Evernote has come to an end. I got a promise from Evernote the cost for being a customer will not raise. But that’s a lie To be able to export out my stuff from Evernote I need to be a ”professional” To use the function ”where in the world was I When I wrote this note” I need to be a ”professional” We have been promised a better search engine. I need to be a professional Still there are many other functions I am missing from the past, not back. I am not amused. I am a ”grandfathered customer” and I still have my Evernote socks and my Evernote Scanner to prove that. I have invested so much time in Evernote. I don’t want the bloatware, I just want to use Evernote the way I have, I was satisfied with that. Still.. does Evernote need the old fanbase?
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  12. Just went through all the emails, links and screens, and am thoroughly confused. First, in the nothing will change category, my membership now says Personal, but my renewal, next year, is listed at the old Premium rate, which is the annual fee for Personal. My plan, if it is Personal comes with a link to Google Calendar, but the link said click here for a free trial. (I didn't). Premium is no longer listed as an option, but it is apparently between Free and Personal per the original link. I guess I have until next April to figure this out. As long as Legacy continues, I'm good since the backup and export options of the current version is useless. I am assuming that Personal is the new and improved Premium, but that wasn't made very clear. I guess they couldn't keep calling it "Premium" if it is now a lower tier. Professional didn't offer much I care about except exporting notebooks as PDFs. And that only has value if the current export continues to be crippled. Meanwhile, I continue to support a fully updated and workable backup of everything in Nimbus, plus various parts spread through Notion, OneNote, and Google Docs. Having an exit strategy is one thing, but having to spend years with one foot out the door is getting to be cumbersome.
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  13. I'm assuming that this is partly why there is a 50 note restriction on exporting (as well as whatever technical stuff is going on)... Requires a professional sub. Making it hard to get my data off your platform and to back it up does not endear Evernote to me. This should be the most basic of features.
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  14. Does seem to be the case - the 'upgrade' seems to be a slower package with slightly fewer features than we were used to...
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  15. So, the email "We’ll upgrade you into a new, more powerful Evernote plan at the same price you’re paying now." isn't happening. I'm switched to Personal which is the former Premium edit; Personal is the "new, more powerful Evernote plan"
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