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Ilya P.

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  1. Version 7.0.2 (456267 App Store) Editor: 1.38.3824 (68bd1c0) OS: OSX, High Sierra Dear Evernote team, I love the product, I think the work you're doing is amazing, and super useful. One of the features in the current release (see above) made my life a little tricky. With this new release Recent Notes were made a part of the Favourites section on the Sidebar. I have a lot of personal content in Evernote, I also use Evernote at work all the time. When I use Evernote on the big m
  2. Version 7.0.2 (456267 App Store) Editor: 1.38.3824 (68bd1c0) OS: OSX, High Sierra Dear Evernote team, I love the product, I think the work you're doing is amazing, and super useful. One of the features in the current release (see above) made my life a little tricky. With this new release Recent Notes were made a part of the Favourites section on the Sidebar. I have a lot of personal content in Evernote, I also use Evernote at work all the time. When I use Evernote on the big monitors in the office, I don't want to be showing to half my offi
  3. Dear Evernote Support, I noticed an issue with lists in Evernote for Mac Version 6.10 (454269 App Store). Given I have a list with multiple dot points, eg: When I put the cursor to the beginning of a dot point that is not the first one (eg: in front of R in Read news) and hit Delete Then instead of deleting the character 'R' it joins the second dot point with the first, therefore acting like Backspace. Please investigate. Thank you.
  4. Dear Evernote Support, I noticed this behaviour Evernote for Mac Version 6.10 (454269 App Store). When I select the beginning of a line in the middle of a note, then press Shift and Up arrow to select the previous line, the selection does not go up. The previous line selection flickers but the cursor stays where it was. So I'm unable to select lines above the current line with keyboard. The workaround is to put cursor after the first character of the line, and then shift and up arrow combination works. Please investigate. Thank you!
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