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  1. I am finding in v8.0.3.351959 running on an iPad Pro with a multi-thousand note Premium account, the content of which is downloaded for local storage: 1. Creating a new note allows keyboard text entry only after a several second lag (or sometimes not at all - the app will periodically freeze). This applies even after a power down and power up of the iPad Pro. 2. Moving from one note to another is much slower than in previous Evernote versions - the body text of notes appears only after a few seconds of delay/lag 3. text pasted into a note only appears after a sync has completed. 4. Syncs are slower than usual 5. Searches are slower than usual
  2. Has anyone noticed that, even when a note's length is within the Apple Watch word limit, the last line of a note (ie the text that sits between the note's last hard carriage return and the end of the note) that is synced between Evernote for iOS and the Apple Watch, does not seem to appear in the version of the note that is displayed on the Apple Watch? If so, does anyone know how to avoid this problem (other than ensuring the important part of any note you want to see on an Apple Watch precedes the omitted area of the note). Thanks.
  3. February 23, 2013. I was just adding edits and further text to a previously created note in Evernote latest version 5 on an iPad (3rd generation, latest iOS). After a sync, a very early version of the note appeared mysteriously on the iPad. The latest version of the note was nowhere to be found in Evernote on the iPad. In an incredible stroke of luck, I was able to find the most recent version in Evernote when I went across to my MacBookPro. Apparently the edits had synced up to Evernote. However, the edits were definitely not on the iPad version of Evernote. The only solution to make the updates appear on the iPad was to create a new note in Evernote on my laptop, copy in the latest updated version of the text, and start again. The new note created on the laptop of course appeared on the iPad. Had that course of action not been available, significant work on the iPad would have been lost. The only unusual thing I did during the Evernote iPad session was to put some text into bold font (which I rarely do otherwise). I normally create notes from scratch using FastEverXL for iPad (rather than Evernote itself) and add or edit note text on my laptop. Editing a note on the iPad is rare for me, but I hadn't appreciated the risk of doing so. In any case, I hope this assists Evernote to diagnose the cause of this problem and fortify the iPad version of Evernote against such data loss. Regards, Jason
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