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LindaElle

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  1. Yes, it absolutely IS a subscription-cancelling-level issue for me. I have been a paying customer for quite a few years, and the ability to view my items in the way that works best for me is imperative. The grid view feature has been an integral part of EN for as long as I've used it. EN's unwillingness to even acknowledge unhappy users' concerns only adds to the frustration.
  2. That's fantastic! Like you, I don't care about the date I saved the note. I just want to be able to work within a framework that doesn't make me angry every time I try to use it.
  3. Were you able to do a multi-note import? I couldn't find a way to import more than one note at a time (though I didn't spend a lot of time investigating). Thanks again!
  4. Thanks for the link. The lack of a web clipper is a deal breaker for me. Zoho is still looking like my best alternative.
  5. Anyone here used Milanote? I just heard about it, "Evernote for Creatives," it says, and it does look pretty cool.
  6. Thanks for that-- your comment inspired me to look into OneNote. This article is pretty convincing, even though the author chose to stay with Evernote for the time being. OneNote appears to offer all the key functionality of EN with the added very cool feature of converting handwriting to text. And yes, customizable grid notebooks. https://michaelhyatt.com/evernote-alternatives.html The only real drawback I see is a problem with importing from EN, but It might be worth some extra work to get away from a platform that just pissing me off at this point.
  7. I think social media may be the best strategy, as EN seems to be ignoring this forum completely.
  8. Agree 100% with everyone who's frustrated, annoyed, and generally pissed off about this change. Please give us back the option to view our notebooks as a grid. I absolutely hate opening Evernote now. It just angers me.
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