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  1. So, I'm still running Evernote 6.12, since I've heard not very good things about the Evernote 7 UI. The above doesn't give me much confidence. Things I value in my current version include: Compact left sidebar with expandable/collapsible notebook tree AND expandable/collapsible tag tree Middle panel with a compact/dense list of notes, with just one line of text each ("side list view") that I can sort in diverse ways Does Evernote 7.7 retain those aspects while improving (or at least not degrading) functionality elsewhere?
  2. I'm tempted to downgrade from Premium to Plus before the option disappears. The only thing I might miss in downgrading is the expanded search capabilities. However, though I thought my Premium cost would go up when they changed the pricing, for some reason I've always only been charged $45 for Premium renewals. Thought then that it might have been a one-time thing, but my account states that renewal of my Premium subscription in July will charge $45 to my card. So, if I'm somehow grandfathered into $45/year Premium, I'm content to stay at that higher level. Anyone else seen theirs stay at
  3. Just because one segment of Google mines data from search and from the contents of free accounts, doesn't mean they snoop through data that companies pay them to warehouse. Different divisions, different business models, different contracts and regulations. Think of it this way: just because batteries in Samsung's latest flagship phone are exploding left and right, doesn't mean the gantry cranes and cargo ships they also make are just as likely to sink or collapse. Different divisions, different business models, different contracts and regulations.
  4. Awesome! Surely now it'll get taken care of right away! Right...?
  5. A hearty "amen" to this! I'm not yet a power user, so I only have maybe a couple dozen tags, but I almost never use the Tag view because it currently adds little to no value for tag management. It's much, much faster to scan through the list of tags in the sidebar than to do the ol' "Where's Waldo?" search through the sea of tag names in the Tag view. For example: quick! Find the tags that start with "P"! Your eyes dart all over the place looking for where "P" is. A-ha, there it is. Then, two minutes later, oops! You resized the window, so "P" moved. Now you have to search all over again. So i
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