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  1. Clueless. I would guess there are some months left. Import folders are coming back soon, hopefully other features will be un-retired soon as well. From what I gather in the V10 forums there is still a ways to go with speed and too many bugs. I tried V10 on Windows for about 15 minutes and dumped it. Not sure it plays nice with larger data bases. It would help if there was some guidance from EN on the life span of the "old" stuff, but hey, maybe they aren't 100% sure at this point. As @PinkElephant says, think about your alternatives should the features you need not make a comeback.
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  2. It is a legacy special, AFAIK this is the first time this is possible. It makes a good survival strategy to install both, work on legacy and test the latest v10 side by side. Typically the real nuts and bolts of any use case are only found by using a product, not by studying the manual.
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  3. Same here. Any news on how long 6.25.1 will still be working? I have avoided updating after trying out the beta version and not being happy with it. Already, the sync button no longer works, although the syncing does appear to be happening in the background. Not sure if the import folder is still working either.
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  4. I've invested years in Evernote and intend to keep it so long as it is working and it allows me to use the legacy version that I currently enjoy. In the meanwhile, I am doing frequent downloads of the enex files and have even verified that these work well in the Joplin app. This gives me a Plan B if everything goes south. Overall, I have faith in Evernote even though I'm still a little perplexed at how they could have thought that their new version would replace the legacy one. I've read all of their statements and I understand their thinking and the logic behind it. I also understand tha
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  5. I frequently email my notes. Not share the link to my notes, but email my complete note. That feature had already been eliminated from the web version of Evernote, and it has now disappeared from the new iOS version. Is that a bug? Emailing notes is an important part of my work process, and if Evernote is going to eliminate that feature and rely exclusively on sharing notes, then I’ll have to reconsider whether I want to remain a paying customer, after many years of doing so (since May 2010, according to my profile). Of course, this is on top of other issues with the new version of Everno
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  6. Yes, there are lot of threads on these fora on problems relating with installing/updating EN if you google for this string "Evernote was already installed by another user. Only one per-user installation is supported." Revo was totally useless since it was "hidden" installation of EN. That is, it was uninstalled but still was present in the system for some reasons. You can't see it in the Program Uninstall Control Panel applet, you can't upgrade, you can't uninstall. What was really useful is MS The Program Install and Uninstall troubleshooter. Provided with GUID (taken from %TMP%/Eve
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  7. My client updated to 10.6.9 earlier today and I lost several keyboard shortcuts including: ALT + SHIFT + D CTRL + SHIFT + D CTRL + SHIFT + - CTRL + SHIFT + H CTRL + B CTRL + I CTRL + L Is this an open bug, and if so how do I follow its status? Thanks! -DT
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  8. As a developer for a large software company I'd like to say that the last thing you want to do if you want to squash bugs is add more engineers to the problem.
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  9. Bingo! I think the same way. I don't believe they understood all the ways folks were leveraging the product to get that $70 worth of value. I've seen some inklings of that realization in the bits of communication so far. Spun for sure, but there. Again, here's hoping they right the ship.
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  10. No one can tell, honest 😄 Putting my cynical hat on, EN is not trying to please premium users. They already have our money. Some have left. I doubt it has been a flood ... yet. Their hope is to attract enough new paying members to compensate for those that left and grow the business. This would have been a true disaster if they didn’t keep legacy around. A key decision for them will be when they decide to remove legacy and at what state v10 will be at that time. Many premium members are waiting and watching. I think a key miss by Evernote was maybe not realizing that anyone wi
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