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  1. I guess they are, as I just looked and indeed only Basic and Premium are listed. The more I think about it, the more it is disappointing to learn this approach is viewed as perfectly acceptable versus gathering the customer feedback first and then making a change, whatever that change may end up being. Or has been mentioned, the intent was something other than was communicated...which does make more sense the more I think about it...otherwise, what would the justification be to remove Plus...if it was so unpopular, anyway. I have also begun to wonder if anything we have written here
  2. @Shane D.: We don’t know your plans for officially soliciting ‘Customer Feedback’ regarding needs and I’m sure you will be looking for ‘feature/function-type‘ needs, but I thought I’d still mention something now for consideration, as it has been referenced in this thread, and I have had discussions about it outside of this Forum, as well as experienced other apps that do it... Since your user base is extremely broad, it will likely be difficult to determine a set of features/functions for a middle tier (assuming that is still the approach), so how about some form of an Á la Carte offerin
  3. I just finished watching Keep Productive’s (by Francesco D’Alessio) video on ‘Best 10 Note-Taking Apps 2018’ that was published today. Evernote was first (1st) on the list and Francesco referenced the three (3) options: Free, Plus, and Premium. Viewers of the video will be surprised to learn that ‘Plus’ is no longer available to them. @Shane D. If Evernote is still standing firm on their decision to remove the Plus option for new customers, you might want to let Francesco know.
  4. Thanks, @DTLow, I’m glad to know it wasn’t just me, but is a deficiency in the Forum app. I agree, I do like the ‘Quote’ feature! I have actually struggled with several ‘How Tos’ related to the Forum app (you may remember me asking you about a ‘User Guide’ before) and I just asked Evernote Support if there is a ‘User Guide’ available and received the official word that there is not, which surprises me. But, anyway, I digress! Thanks for the help, tho!
  5. @Antoine Dozier: Would you be able to elaborate on how this provides “loyal Evernote users a sense of worth for their hard work and dedication to the brand”? i read this my first time through and it didn’t make sense to me and I was just starting to scan the replies again, so thought I would ask in case I’m completely missing a perspective to this. Thanks! (p.s. My apologies if someone else has already asked this question. I wasn’t sure how to tell without looking through all the replies, which I wasn’t prepared to do. If there is a quick way I can tell if someone has already
  6. I think ‘relevance’ is very subjective and while I agree that it is important we all do our best to stay on topic, I’m not so convinced that the initial comment of... “Just remember, you're now competing with Office 365's FREE solution. Most offices have MS Office, granting them access to a shared notes system.” ...and the replies giving examples supporting that statement related to OneNote, including... ”I have Office 365 free through an educational institution and received a ton of extra OneNote space for free upon buying an external hard drive. I've continued with Evernote be
  7. @Shane D.: I have to say, reading your announcement strictly at face value and not attempting to read between the lines, I find it hard to reconcile. While ‘Plus’ may have proven to be less popular than you *thought* it would be, there are still some number of people who chose Plus for a reason. You have determined, because it is less popular than you thought it would be, that a better solution is needed to meet customers’ needs and gathering feedback will help determine what those needs are. That sounds fine. By gathering customer feedback, you will be able to also determine if any of your a
  8. @DTLow Curious what link you are meaning by your statement of, “The second link to a specific discussion fails...” ? From just how your post looks/reads, I assume you are referring to @Guest Cooper’s post’s second sentence that begins, “I get this error...” Is that correct? If so, for me it opens a screenshot of the error message they receive when accessing the first link of their post. I don’t know why it seems users are seeing such different results... You say you can access the first link that @Guest Cooper posted, but I get the exact same error that @Guest Cooper receives. I started
  9. I've only just updated to this latest Beta version and the changes look good so far! I do have a couple suggestions for consideration, tho...one I've actually been meaning to suggest for a while, but it jumped out at me even more with the other changes in this Beta. 1. Since there is still plenty of space available in the sidebar, do the icons have to be as small as they are...? Could they be a bit bigger...? Such as in the following mockups. 2. This is something I've been meaning to suggest for a while. In the Snippet view (which is the view I always use with the column set f
  10. Yes, Tables have improved, here is a link to a Help document about the new features: http://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208314638-How-to-create-and-customize-tables Unfortunately, I ended up on this thread, because I wanted to be able to align text within a table cell, so I wanted to press <Ctrl><Tab> as I'm used to doing in other apps when in a table, but unfortunately, nothing. I even tried adding another column to the table to use for the content I wanted lined up at a tab, but learned that we can't change the color of individual borders within the table—it is the
  11. Hi, @Maddhin and @Evernote. We can add a Notebook to our Shortcuts (at least I just did on my iPhone), so how is that done behind the scenes...? Wouldn't it be possible for Evernote to make that process available to us to use within notes?
  12. Interesting you say that, @Bill Myers. It reminded me of one of my notes I saw on my iPhone that was blank except for a few characters, but I don't remember what the characters were now. For some reason, when I saw it, I just assumed it was the same issue. It should have registered that it might have been something different, since it didn't contain any real content. Unfortunately, I also didn't write down the note title and I just tried looking for it again and wasn't able to find it; granted, I didn't spend too much time looking. If/When I find it, I can tell whether or not it was created us
  13. @Bill Myers: All very well said! I wholeheartedly agree and have had similar frustrations. I have actually been testing OneNote for a while now (when I have free time, which isn't often enough) and have also considered becoming a OneNote Insider to be able to see what is coming and also to help provide input to future versions, etc. to fill some of the holes. They have an Evernote Importer. Although, I really do/would LOVE Evernote...if it did everything *well* that it tries to do...and, I don't really want to change to a new app. I personally think, to remain competitive, Evernote needs
  14. Thanks, @DTLow, for the info on your experience! Hmmm... That isn't what I'm seeing, tho... I also had some notes in which I created the table on my Mac, it was squished (some down to just 1 character) in iOS, and they are still showing squished in iOS now...and to the best of my memory, I hadn't edited the note in iOS. I'm assuming we don't know for sure if a note was edited in iOS, it will not automatically be fixed, correct? Or if there are other cases the squished tables in iOS will not be fixed? Since a post to this thread has been added to the official Evernote thread on 8.2.2
  15. Thank you, thank you, @Bill Myers!!! I agree with the other comments in your post, as well. I would add that this requires 'all hands on deck' and everything else should be put on hold until this issue is resolved. AND a communication should go out to their users. I'm sure they don't want to communicate it to us, because the communication will then reach the tech reporters and that will result in a public black eye, as other things have for Evernote. I understand, but I have more respect for the companies who care more about their customers than that. Thanks again for continuing to l
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