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David Navigator

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  1. Unbelievable, I stack my notebooks (as the admin) vary carefully Customer Projects -Customer #1p -Customer #2p -Customer #3p Customer Finances -Customer #1f -Customer #2f -Customer #3f Doesn't really makes sense out of context. Come on Evernote, you're pushing this as a business solution, but it seems you want our money, but aren't prepared to put in the work
  2. I don't know if Evernote read these threads (big mistake if they don't), but they really need to change their mind set if they're selling Evernote as a business app. I've been writing business software for nearly 20 years and our company prides itself on making sure that a bug is fixed within a week of a customer reporting it - often fixed, tested and rolled out on the same day. I don't think we're particularly special, it's just what is needed and expected in a professional environment. We still do scheduled roll-outs, but that's for new features and to roll up the bug fixes for those custo
  3. I'd like to second this. Business notebooks are for business purposes and should have the same name across the organization. We've implemented EB because we have users that aren't good at admin tasks (but are brilliant at what their main job is) and so we have to make the admin side as simple for them as possible. Additionally some users are careless so may create a shared notebook with a typo in the Title, obviously as Admin we want to correct that and push the correction out to everyone else.
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