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  1. You're not alone. I found OneNote too complicated. I see Evernote 10 is improving on a regular basis. I continue to have hope for Evernote. (Especially if they give us the ability to put shortcuts at the top.)
  2. I use Evernote Legacy, and I'm thankful for that. But Legacy's days are numbered. No updates, no fixes, no security bugs will be repaired.
  3. When Evernote didn't take into account with version 10 is that for many people, Evernote isn't a luxury. It's a necessity. We rely on Evernote. Going from Evernote 6 to Evernote 10 is like your car suddenly having only two gears, no air conditioning, the radio doesn't work, and the windows are stuck in the closed position.
  4. Nimbus looks to me to be the closest Evernote replacement. There are a few features that I'm used to in Evernote that Nimbus doesn't have, but I'm pleased with their roadmap. Nimbus' web version is robust.
  5. Evernote is a essential and vital app, and its features, prior to version 10, made it unique and irreplaceable. I don't know if Evernote's developers and executives considered how essential Evernote and the way it worked prior to version 10 was. I relied on Evernote being reliable.
  6. Nimbus has web access. Nimbus is missing some features that Evernote has, but then again, the new Evernote is missing features that Evernote has.
  7. It's funny you say that. For me, too, Evernote Legacy is the best alternative I've found to Evernote 10.0. I have my fingers crossed that Evernote 10 becomes as capable as Evernote Legacy.
  8. Send an email to Evernote works! That's great. Although it's a few steps, that's a good way to take a note completely hands free.
  9. I'm a huge Evernote user and fan, and also hugely disappointed by Evernote 10.0. Its lack of features makes Evernote 10 unusable. (For me, these include no keyboard shortcuts and not being able to move the shortcuts to the top of the app.) If Evernote renamed version 10 as 10 beta that would go a long way toward inspiring confidence.
  10. Last week, when I said"Create a note in Evernote XYZ" the note was created and saved in Evernote. Now that doesn't work. Notes are only saved in Google Keep.
  11. That's correct. I have a few key notebooks that I always sync for offline access, which Evernote lets me do. With all the other alternatives, I have to choose either to sync no data or all of it. And all if it is a lot. For that reason, none of the Evernote alternatives appeal to me.
  12. As far as I can tell, none of the major Evernote alternatives let you selectively sync notebooks with an Android phone. (I don't know about iOS.) Like other other long time Evernote users, I have a lot of notes, which take up many gigabytes of space on my PC. If I were to sync my entire notes database with one of these notes app, it might use a prohibitively large amount of storage on my phone. Alternatively, not syncing at all slows down note loading and means that I can't access notes without a data connection. I hope I'm wrong, but as far as I can determine, these apps don't have se
  13. One limitation to Joplin seems to be that when it comes to keeping notes on your device, it's all or nothing. There's no serve/cloud access. My Evernote database is 14GB, which would take up a lot of space on my Android phone and especially on my Chromebook.
  14. There's one drawback I've noticed with Joplin. All the data is stored on your local device, be it a PC or phone. If you have a large notes database it's going to take up a large amount of storage. I was hoping to try Joplin on my Chromebook, but my data file is over 14 GB, which eats into my Chromebook's storage.
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