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  1. i disagree. their posts come out of frustration with the product. i'm interested in hearing them. i haven't experienced the op's problem, and i consider a switch to notes like going from pancakes to gruel, but i am still interested in the choices people make and their reasons. there is plenty of space in the forums I like your altitude. Recently I'm also considering shifting my main note-taking app to apple notes. But I'll also stick with EN. My EN is getting larger and larger everyday. Now I have about 2k notes. Newsletters are sent to EV by email everyday. I clip a lot of web pages. I photocopies shopping receipts. I share notebooks with my colleagues. As contents growing everyday, EV starts to seem cumbersome for me. The notebooks, tags, titles, urls, reminders, etc. This is strange to even to me because that's why I love EV in the first place! In a word, it's becoming large and serious, just like Microsoft Word or say Photoshop, having thousands of functions that I may never use. On the contrary, apple notes' simplicity appeals to me. Actually, I've been an apple user for many years and only to recently, I start to look at notes app seriously. EV's concept like notebook, tag, title, geotag can be achieved simply by a hashtag, just like in twitter. That's enough for me most of the time. EN is a great and indispensable software for me. But sometimes, I just want things to be simpler.
  2. I have many files(pdf, doc) archived in Evernote. These files could possibly not be used in a long time. And I don't want it to occupy my disk space. I hope Evernote could come up with ONLINE ONLY notebooks in next release.
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