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TampaKevin

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  1. always something broke with evernote and usually major reasons one chooses to come on board. Clipper for chrome doesn't work and spotlight search evernote doesn't work. Evernote and their fan boys always blame everyone else ... But good news eventually they fix it but the problem is they obviously have ZERO relationships nor keep up with beta changes where their product sit and thus always get caught with their pants down and product broken.
  2. clipper broke and you can't find evernote files in spotlight search anymore and the list goes on and on. Something always broke with evernote
  3. Yup. But most software has that. Very few have specific uptime levels and guarantee of specific features. For that, you generally need to be a big corp negotiating a big contract, not some schlep paying $50 for some web service. It may be true that most software has that, but very few companies have a user base that tries to defend the product by pointing it out. Evernote is the only company I've ever encountered where "evangelists" and fanboys actually make the company look worse. I'm not defending the company. I just don't see where Evernote is violating their contract with you as has been claimed by multiple people in this thread. If you want to make stuff up and then claim you've been wronged, then please, by all means, do so. I know that is much more fun than reality. And if you and TampaKevin need to personally insult me to feel better about yourself, then, again, continue to do so. Happy to help your self esteem. If I've posted anything factually inaccurate, please point that out. But again, that isn't as much fun as making stuff up. Apparently ignorance is bliss.
  4. Yup. But most software has that. Very few have specific uptime levels and guarantee of specific features. For that, you generally need to be a big corp negotiating a big contract, not some schlep paying $50 for some web service. It may be true that most software has that, but very few companies have a user base that tries to defend the product by pointing it out. Evernote is the only company I've ever encountered where "evangelists" and fanboys actually make the company look worse. Totally agree. Evernote Fanboys will use the lowest common denominator like " Terms of service say we don't guarantee anything" to defend lousy builds. Ed's grabbing to make up for lost love from his childhood.
  5. Yup. But most software has that. Very few have specific uptime levels and guarantee of specific features. For that, you generally need to be a big corp negotiating a big contract, not some schlep paying $50 for some web service. Grasping for straws today huh EdH
  6. Whats a Powerbot and who cares. I pay Evernote to provide the service promised at contract sign. I find it amusing that some fanboys will try to spin anything. You are paying Evernote for the Premium services. all of the other stuff, like Clipper, Penultimate, Food, Hello, Skitch, etc. are not part of that deal. And what contract did you sign? I pay over $300 a month for EN business and I didn't sign anything. Sorry DB , Let me clarify when I agreed to terms of payment for 6 licenses. Same difference but if that's all you got for defense than DB applies The TOS I agreed to has this clause in it. Did you sign a different one? And who is DB? Example of bad parenting creating dysfunctional adult.
  7. Whats a Powerbot and who cares. I pay Evernote to provide the service promised at contract sign. I find it amusing that some fanboys will try to spin anything. You are paying Evernote for the Premium services. all of the other stuff, like Clipper, Penultimate, Food, Hello, Skitch, etc. are not part of that deal. And what contract did you sign? I pay over $300 a month for EN business and I didn't sign anything. Sorry DB , Let me clarify when I agreed to terms of payment for 6 licenses. Same difference but if that's all you got for defense than DB applies
  8. Whats a Powerbot and who cares. I pay Evernote to provide the service promised at contract sign. I find it amusing that some fanboys will try to spin anything.
  9. Google has always going far and above to support our company licences and products. Google is not a petty company that is going to withhold something because someone made them mad .. That's small thinking and never observed that with Google. Also sounds like you can not stand Google so why do you use the product. Like me moving on from evernote you should do the same with Google . OOOOF
  10. You certianly need to do what you need to do, but you do recall that the Gmail clipper has only been available since June, so it isn't like this has been going on for years. They decided they didn't do a good job, so are starting from scratch. I am not defending its suckage, and I personally strongly dislike the current clipper, Gmail functionality or not. It is big, slow, intrusive, and bloated compared to the tight little clipper that it just replaced, but neither the old clipper nor the new one support Gmail right now. I know, I stuck with the old clipper until it broke 3 weeks ago. I am hoping in starting from scratch, they also fix the awful UI the new one has. Please re-read "if its not one thing its another" not just the clipper for example on a brand new high end android phone the camera scan mode stopped working. Frankly they have unreliable products. It's all good and great they are trying to fix but the track record .. across the board for reliability is weak. If you had a car that broke down this much you'd cut your losses, sell and move on.
  11. I believe they said they weren't going to fix it per se, but were working on an entirely new version of it so it wouldn't be as finicky with Gmail as the current implementation has been, so that takes a while. I am in the same boat you are in though, it is tough not having it. I use Gmail, EN and GTD as well. It's just become to unreliable to trust for business. If it's not one thing that's broke its another and the cycle repeats. I'm transitioning away.
  12. Should be able to do 99% of what clipper can do with GMAIL.. Google Gmail blog released today. http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2013/11/attachments-in-gmail-now-with-power-of.html
  13. Problem has been solved by GOOGLE. Starting today they are rolling out feature where you can one click to add attachments and gmail to Google drive folders. See ya EV
  14. Steps to exporting to google docs http://smallbusiness.chron.com/move-evernote-files-google-docs-46746.html
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