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mncd

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  1. Evernote for iOS is losing data. I have lost content within notes. It's happening with alarming frequency. (At least six times in the past 2 months). I keep a regular log of medications I take and it's rather important to me. I lost a full day of the log's data when I looked this morning -- everything I had entered for yesterday and the evening prior was gone -- I lost 36 hours worth of data for no justifiable reason. There certainly has no user error here. It was just gone. I didn't delete it by accident. We need to have Note History available to us at all times. I know the data is backed up somewhere. I shouldn't have to pay for Evernote Premium to have a sense of security over my information (Note -- I do pay for the Plus tier -- and I thought I had Note History available but it seems like that feature was stripped away at some point). However now considering that data is being deleted by Evernote on a regular basis -- this history feature should just be FREE to all because otherwise, we have no way of retrieving data that was lost THROUGH NO FAULT OF OUR OWN. I am getting so frustrated with the lack of reliability in Evernote -- and this bug needs to be fixed IMMEDIATELY. Until it is fixed, the Note History features should be readily/freely available to all. The current state of affairs in INEXCUSABLE.
  2. Yeah, that's something called "painfully obvious" -- not sure why you need to repeat it -- or write it in the first place. I don't think anyone has suggested that Evernote is not the final decision maker. Why even bother wasting the springs on your keyboard with such a worthless contribution?
  3. Whether it's super-easy or not -- it was requested a 16 months ago... and it should have been a feature from the start (or nearly so). Security online -- especially when it comes to cloud services -- is a major concern. This is not a new problem and it is only is getting worse. Users shouldn't have to request this - its necessity is obvious.
  4. And we should be able to password protect/encrypt individual notes in their entirety -- not just higher level notebooks. (the encrypt text feature is not a worthy substitute). I guess this an obvious extension of the original idea, but nevertheless...
  5. Why is this not implemented yet? It seems so painfully obvious that it would be a useful feature. If Evernote wants to be a powerful ubiquitous platform, this capability should be added immediately. Security is a major issue (if not the primary issue) in the digital world.... Evernote should be well aware of this and help users protect their valuable data instead of offering a weak "encrypt selected text" feature.
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