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  1. I just downloaded the latest Evernote desktop app for Windows and the download box had a link to the release notes that we already found (https://evernote.com/release-notes), and I saw that they added the version number for the latest release (version 10.81.4), so that's something 🙂.
  2. I also do this — I always download and save the installation file and make sure to rename it to include the relevant version number. I'm currently actually trying to avoid installing the latest version. I've been using the legacy app on Windows ever since the big Evernote redesign, which messed up my notes — mainly because of the lack for right-to-left (RTL) text. I had several conversations with Evernote support about this over the years, and specifically after the redesign — which made it impossible for me to upgrade on my desktop or use the web and mobile apps for RTL notes. Many others have complained about this as well. But it has been years and Evernote has done nothing to fix this (it has only gotten worse), and now they're discontinuing the legacy Windows desktop app. And they also increased their prices when I'm not even making use of most of the Premium features because of the issues that I mentioned. I'm in the process of migrating away from Evernote (way too late). I was looking for the release notes just for the off chance that Evernote fixed my issues; (they didn't). But it only led to more frustration because of the issues discussed in this post and the fact that it has bee several days since I posted this and no one from Evernote has even bothered to respond.
  3. Thanks @Dave-in-Decatur. I find it curious that the release notes don't indicate the version number of the latest release (they just say "Version - Latest") nor the release date of each release, as is customary with release notes ... .
  4. 1. No product release notes: When selecting the "HELP CENTER" > "Release notes" link from the web client side menu (v10.81.5, Windows 10, Google Chrome), a pop-up window with "Release notes" and "About" tabs is displayed, but both tabs are empty. When selecting the release notes link on the Evernote "Help & Learning" home page (https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us) it links to the URL https://help.evernote.com/hc/articles/360058361833, which displays a "The page you were looking for doesn't exist" error message. The old release-notes URL that I have saved - https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/360058361833-Evernote-release-notes - also produces the same error. I attached screenshots. I didn't find another way to view the Evernote release notes. 2. Bad troubleshooting link: The "Support" > "Troubleshooting" link in the footer of the "Help & Learning" home page links to https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/categories/200001917-Troubleshooting, which displays the "Account & Billing" section of the help center instead of a troubleshooting section.
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