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  1. I know! It took me a while to find the buttons, too. What a design fault! I attach screenshots below that show where they hid them.
  2. Looks like they fixed this issue (but only partially) by adding the bullet point button in the tool bar in the edit mode. But they still left the indentation button hidden requiring three taps to make an indentation and come back to the text keyboard. I am sure whoever is managing the development of the text editor doesn't seem to use Evernote to edit text. If you think about it, what needs more access is actually the indentation buttons, rather than the bullet point button. When someone makes a bullet point list, more often needed is a way to give hierarchy by indentation, rather than completely going out of one bullet list and creating another. If Evernote is monitoring this forum, could the indentation buttons also be moved (back) to the tool bar in the next round of update? What's better always is giving the user freedom to *customize* the tool bar, please. Thanks.
  3. Thanks for your tip. But it seems that it requires 4 key strokes, as opposed to 2 the other way, in first starting a bullet list; or am I missing something? Also, how do you Tab in iOS? Thanks!
  4. Yes, extremely disturbing, both aspects you mentioned! An Evernote employee actually said that they were working on this above (karahodecker) -- It's been 5 months already. Any update on this, please?
  5. I have been creating tables (especially with numbers/equations) in Google Sheets and pasting them into Evernote for many years. When pasted, the tables used to look great in Evernote (i.e., the same as or similar to the look in Google Sheets itself), but with recent updates (I'm at 6.11, the most up-to-date version), the tables start to break and look ugly. I attach two screenshots of the same note before (which I luckily happened to have a screenshot of) and after the recent update. Could this be fixed so that Evernote preserves the format/style of tables from Google Sheets or, better yet, whatever is getting pasted? Thanks.
  6. The point is that Evernote has been that way all the time, and it used to not have the lag problem. Also the lag issue happens every time I open the app or come back from another app, etc, regardless of my network state (even when it's really fast, e.g., at my work).
  7. Yes, exactly. What I do now, instead of indentation, is pressing the space bar. How ridiculous!
  8. Never mind my comment about v7 -- looking back at the version history, v7 was okay and actually one of the best, at least until some of the latest updates near the end of 2016.
  9. Okay, I feel relieved that the problem also happens in newer machines. I was thinking that it might have been because of my (relatively old) iPad (2013). Dear Evernote team, we understand that you may need time to think about how to solve this issue and improve user experience. We trust you. However, could you do that after first reverting back to the previous version (well in fact for me v7 was slow too) -- or perhaps providing some direct links for users to download older versions if that's at all possible?
  10. + Auto titles based on Calendar items Please bring the features back!
  11. Yes, there's another posting with the basically same complaint/suggestion: I replied to that posting, but I'm also writing here to increase the visibility of the issue: Yes, PLEASE! This was the first thing I noticed (to be very annoying) after updating the app. I used to write notes during a meeting real-time with the bullet list + indentation, but now having to tap twice for everything it's almost impossible to catch up the speed. Reverting back to the previous layout would be the first step; even better is allowing the user to customize the bar so that one can add favorite shortcuts and remove/hide rarely used ones.
  12. Yes, PLEASE! This was the first thing I noticed (to be very annoying) after updating the app. I used to write notes during a meeting real-time with the bullet list + indentation, but now having to tap twice for everything it's almost impossible to catch up the speed. Reverting back to the previous layout would be the first step; even better is allowing the user to customize the bar so that one can add favorite shortcuts and remove/hide rarely used ones.
  13. I had a similar experience to the OP's with the newest version (6.0.13). In my case, my problem was that when I copy and paste a table from Google Sheets, Evernote used to display it beautifully preserving the layout (up until 6.0.11), but the new version started to break it. Certainly it looks like they messed up something with formatting when pasting some content. For me, going back from 6.0.13 to 6.0.11 wasn't as complicated as what JMichael suggests above. If you are a Mac user and have a time machine set up you just need to recover the following three files: /Applications/Evernote.app /Users/<your system username>/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/version /Users/<your system username>/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/www.evernote.com/<some number linked to your account>/version When I first recovered only the first file (app file), it showed the error message that the Evernote system is managed by later version, or something like that, and the app just shut down. When I recovered those two version files, now my Evernote is back to the nice and smooth 6.0.11. In case you don't have time machine set up, you can still do it w/o having to completely remove and reinstall Evernote. First, find the old version (6.0.11) and install it separately from your current version; then replace the newer version app file with the 6.0.11 Evernote.app file (could be Evernote 2.app since you installed it separately, leaving the original intact) ==> This is equivalent to recovering the app file as above.Then edit the two version files (after creating a backup) as below:If you open the version files in a text editor, the version files under 6.0.13 would say "451655"; just change it to "451580" (for 6.0.11). Hope this is helpful to anyone who got frustrated by the most recent version.
  14. This is a late reply, but normally when there's conflict between two versions of the same note, Evernote does either of the following: - saves both notes, one as the original note, the other as a copy in a different notebook, usually named something like "conflicted note - date/time". - saves both note contents in the same (original) note, with a divider in between. The first case happens when the conflict occurs in the desktop version, and the second case happens when the conflict occurs in the iPhone or iPad version. So in the OP's case, since the older version note from iPhone synced to the server first, and the conflict must have occurred when the newer version on desktop tried to sync, it's likely that the first case would have happened. This is based on my experience, and I haven't had issues with sync overriding my newer version of notes.
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