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  1. I continue to be hopeful as well. Legacy version is not likely to be supported for an extended length of time. it is wise to have options in the event one needs then.
  2. Thanks for the suggestions-and sorry I wasn't more clear. I use Evernote for the bulk of my organizational needs and for record keeping for both business and personal use (quite a lot of web clipping too). I have two Premium Accounts. My workflow is mostly filing and renaming scans and organizing them into notebooks for future use/reference. For my business, I create training tutorials that are shared in Evernote that include audio and video. We organize social media for the business in Evernote, keeping notebooks at hand that contain core information for pasting to the web site, social m
  3. While I remain patient for another 90 days, I too realize that Legacy is not a permanent solution. What would you consider the best replacement for Evernote?
  4. iOS is Apple’s mobile application for iPhone and iPad. Mac computers use the Mac OS software. The wish was for a Legacy for the now sluggish iOS mobile apps on the iPad and iPhone. The Mac version of Evernote 10 is also a huge problem for anyone desiring speed, efficiency, and reliability. Sadly, whomever told you Mac software runs smoothly was incorrect.
  5. If you are looking for fast, reliable, basic functionality without the new bells and whistles, Legacy will run fine for you. I do think the latest version is "better" but it is not as solid and reliable as Legacy .... sadly....sigh....
  6. The best thing to do now, at least in my opinion and with my experience, is to stick with Legacy. You can keep Evernote 10 and they will run side by side (though I believe you will use more hard drive space on your local files since two copies are made). I think we are trying to be as patient as possible although we are now approaching 3 months of Evernote 10 and features are being added but performance continues to be poor to awful. Time will tell if this is a permanent problem. If that proves to be the case, there are alternatives. As a long time user, I find this especially sad.
  7. Good on you for bring so patient. For those of us who need and want to use Evernote as a reliable and efficient tool, Legacy is the way to go. We simply don’t have time in the middle of a workflow to quit and log back in just in an effort to use the “new” app. Why would we want to waste precious time when there is an alternative? I continue to patiently wait for something better to happen with Evernote 10 but frankly the lack of response to those of us who are unhappy with it is becoming concerning.
  8. Make certain you are using the Legacy app. It will have a grey icon rather than the green icon from Evernote 10. The two versions can run side by side which can be confusing. The ribbon on the top of your screen should also say “Evernote Legacy”. It is not your hardware.
  9. You are right but... I like to rename the PDFs' and look for the most efficient way to do it. I also use notebooks and need to distribute the notes to various notebooks. It is super easy in Scansnap Home to rename them and drop them in their respective notebooks-except no more. Scanning directly to Evernote Legacy ScanSnap Manager, cloud dump. if you will, results in that weird glitch in which the renamed PDF reverts back to its former name if the sync isn't "Just so"... Thanks so much for the reply. I guess patience is king in these trying days.
  10. You are right but... I like to rename the PDFs' and look for the most efficient way to do it. It is super easy in Scansnap Home to rename them. Scanning directly to Evernote Legacy results in that weird glitch in which the renamed PDF reverts back to its former name if the sync isn't "Just so"... however, that might be faster than the interim folder drop. I will revisit ScanSnap Manager and see how the difference in time looks. Thanks so much for the reply.
  11. I can't resist the urge to jump in and complain once again. Joined Evernote 2010, I am a Premium member. I am limping along with Legacy on my mostly Mac computers. I say limping along because I am forced to use the new edition of Evernote when I need to drag and drop out of ScanSnap Home software. It won't work with Evernote Legacy and defaults to and opens Evernote 10. I get the pleasure of waiting FOREVER to move a file from my scanner to Evernote... unless I create a folder, drag and drop from ScanSnap home to it and then drag and drop from that folder to Evernote Legacy. Believe it
  12. I can't resist the urge to jump in and complain once again. Joined Evernote 2010, I am a Premium member. I am limping along with Legacy on my mostly Mac computers. I say limping along because I am forced to use the new edition of Evernote when I need to drag and drop out of ScanSnap Home software. It won't work with Evernote Legacy and defaults to and opens Evernote 10. I get the pleasure of waiting FOREVER to move a file from my scanner to Evernote... unless I create a folder, drag and drop from ScanSnap home to it and then drag and drop from that folder to Evernote Legacy. Believe it or
  13. Downloaded Evernote Legacy yesterday. It is indeed “snappy”. 10 needs to work out it’s kinks for those of us who like to work fast.
  14. I went back to the Legacy app yesterday and it functions fine. I will be able to get my end of year business organized in a much faster timeline with it rather than 10. I will take a wait and see attitude to see if 10 actually survives and if so of it will work for my needs. I really hope it is either shelved or drastically improved.
  15. Having the same problems with latency as you. Catalina 64G RAM. It’s not our systems, it’s the app. Lots of staring at spinning green circles while dragging and dropping. This app should have, as someone besides me suggested, offered as a public beta until the kinks got worked out. I’ve been with Evernote a long time and seen a few mistakes that required effort to tolerate but always felt they were trying. They are scrambling now but the timing couldn’t be worse. It’s the end if the year and we who use Evernote for a lot of our personal and business financial docs are utterly stunned at how mu
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