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  1. The controversy of your opinion is in your second sentence. You just joined Evernote, and it did not suit your needs in terms of security - no time wasted, - move to another solution. That's cool, and another good customer decision argument for Evernote to prioritize encryption. Most of the people discussing this particular topic are with Evernote from the beginning, they have more than 2000 notes and when information security things heated up, followed by data leak in Evernote, and then in some other major companies, we all understood the importance of protecting our data. Now it is easy to jump from 0 notes in Evernote to zero notes in OneNote, in fact, it is exactly 10 minutes. However, it is really difficult to move from 2k notes from one product to another. I am now testing OneNote and even after only 2 years of Evernote, it is very complicated for me to get used to different workflows. My point is that all those guys protesting in reality don't have much time and this is why they put pressure on Evernote - for now, the cost of moving to another system is higher than the cost of using workarounds for data protection or not to store private data at all. Moreover, this topic was and is a source of inspiration for some third-party products, so it is definitely not rubbish.
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  2. Hi everyone! We just released a new beta for Evernote for Android v7.5. You can get the beta by following the instructions here. This beta includes two exciting updates: a brand new note editor, and an updated camera with auto-capture. *Note Editor* If you read our blog, you know we’ve been working on a brand new note editor. If you use Evernote on Mac or Windows recently, you’ve already seen what it can do. We’re excited to announce that we’re bringing this improved writing experience to Android. What’s new: - Tap to edit - More conistent looking content - Better tables, lists, checkboxes, etc. Known issues & workarounds: - No ink support yet. - New editor only available for KitKat and above, and phone (not active for tablets). - If you run into issues when deleting checkboxes, reopen the note and try to delete again. - Playing an audio file may scroll the note to the top. To avoid this, tap on the text above or below the audio file, then tap to play. - Long tapping images to Delete or Annotate is not available. Use "cut" to delete, switch back to the previous editor to annotate. We’re looking for bugs, usability issues, and any other feedback you can throw our way. There’s a lot of work left to do on the editor, but we wanted to get the improvements to you as soon as possible *Camera updates* We’ve introduced auto-capture, which automatically recognizes and captures documents, post-its, and business cards. We’ve also fixed the issue where Samsung Note5 photos are low quality. So get the beta, give these features a try, and let us know what you think! Thanks in advance for your help and feedback. Best, Karen
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  3. Hi. It's important to look at all the usual suspects before abandoning all hope. Although some Win 7 users have a bad experience, it seems unlikely, given 150M users worldwide, that all Win 7 users have been having the same problem. In a way, better of they did - Evernote would have a higher priority on fixing whatever is the issue! So. Empty the Trash notebook, fix any 'Conflicting changes' notifications you may have received and sync. Make sure the web trash is also empty and sync any connected devices. File > Exit the Windows account / restart the device and log in again. Any improvement? If not, copy your Activity Log files to that point and raise a support request. Depending on the response, and your timescales, consider uninstalling and reinstalling Evernote. You should backup your current database - no problems expected, but just in case. Reinstall as Administrator and log in. If that fails to improve things, consider re-downloading your database. You'll already have a backup (as above) but you'll need to export any Local Notebooks to ENEX files so as to be able to re-import them to the downloaded notes. This process may take some time if you have lots of notes - minutes or hours, not days - so do it when you have no other time pressure. (A book and a hot beverage of your choice also help! - I've done this a couple of times.) If you don't otherwise know the status of your workstation, I'd also suggest checking how much disk space you have left / checking your drive(s) S.M.A.R.T. status and running any diagnostic or memory checks you can, plus an internet speed test. Basically make sure the device is not getting in the way of improving your user experience. If all the above fails, then yes, you share the Evernote Curse of Win 7 - though I'm still not sure that's a 'thing'. Finally - try the web app!
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  4. Thanks a lot for kind words! We are happy that you are happy! We actually have built one. However, the issue is that we used an interpreted programming language to built this version. Interpreted language means that you can see source code, it is converted into machine commands during execution (JavaScript can be an example). And it means we cannot protect our Evernote Developer account credentials. Now, we have one idea how to solve this. Instead of using our developer account data you can generate your own developer token (this can be done by any user of Evernote) and use it in Saferoom Linux. This token will limit your activity to your account only, but this is the intention, isn't it? We will investigate this a bit more, but here how it stands now. We have not yet figured out how to protect our own dev accounts in Linux.
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  5. For those using Microsoft Office 365: there is a functional workaround (to the disastrous loss of functionality introduced when Evernote blithely neutered their Outlook Clipper Add-in Tool) ...in other words, how to (somewhat quickly) transfer multiple emails into Evernote, keeping them separate and titled by email subject line. (Something Evernote USED to do quite gracefully.) Export emails (in bulk) to OneNote (ON), then, in Evernote, import from OneNote. Viola! 1) In OneNote: create a notebook called "EN" (Leave ON Open) 2) In Outlook: Highlight the emails, click "Send to OneNote" button in the toolbar. 3) Choose the EN notebook from the popup screen. Watch the emails populate ON. Leave ON open. 4) In Evernote: File ->Import -> Microsoft OneNote 5) Check the notebook box "EN" 6) Click OK...emails will be imported to EN 7) Check bottom of Evernote Notebook list for new entries, highlight notes and move them to notebooks as needed, delete temporary Evernote Notebook. 8) In OneNote: delete the notes and close OneNote program. This will work until the EN wizards figure out how to recapture the magic possessed by their ancestors. -Gargling Sand
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  6. Hi. I run two laptops both with Evernote on Windows and both quite usable. I'm sorry your experience seems very different - as do, as you point out, a number of others; but Evernote can't wave a magic wand to fix what they don't understand. If you;re having a problem, please raise a support ticket, send your Activity log and go through any reinstalls and checks that they ask you to complete. If they can't find a fix, at least you'll help narrow down why this is happening, and maybe you'll have your wish sooner rather than later...
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  7. I owe this Board an apology since I can now see that "Show Save to Evernote button on PDF pages" is, in fact, a configurable option.
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