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  1. Merging notes in OS X is chaotic currently. Notes merge in the order they were added to Evernote with the newest note first and oldest note last according to the date last modified. OS X Evernote does not merge these notes in the order selected like Windows Evernote does. In OS X, to get notes in the order you want, you have to manipulate the modified date by adding / deleting a character to the files - editing the note you want to show last in the merge first and modifying the note you want to appear first last. Life for us Mac users would be so much easier if we had the same "Merge in th
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  2. Great to hear, ArneG. As for my badge issue (again, on 7.14 beta), a note to anyone else who runs across this that I seem to have gotten rid of it by closing the app, removing it from the dock, and restarting. That was a weird one. Notifications were even turned off for EN and EN Helper.
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  3. Figured it out - I logged into the web version and reviewed all settings and noticed that under connected services I have the google one sign-on enabled but I'd been signing on with my original username (my gmail address) and password. So I went off wifi and logged out - reconnected to wifi and logged in with google and no crash. Seems stable so far.
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  4. Quoting from "Looking Ahead: Evernote’s Priorities for 2019" by CEO Ian Small The above quote from the CEO Ian Small, about loyalty and the goal of honesty act as a springboard for this feature request. A public roadmap offers a way to build trust with the Evernote user base. It provides users with the ability to see which feature requests are being worked on and it's an asset that can be touched on in the inside Evernote videos. It's part of opening the kimono, to regain lost trust by loyal users. Many companies use Trello, Asana, and other kanban-based planning tools to m
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