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UncleRic

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  1. I've been pursuing this for a half decade. No response from Evernote. 😫
  2. This has been an issue for YEARS. Evernote appears to believe that only Premium subscribers have access to history; which is different from having a mutable/immutable toggle switch installed. I don't see the difficulty (from a software-developer's perspective) to have such a simple locking feature. They are actually two features for Evernote. The doc-locking should be standard for ALL users; the history could remain a PREMIUM feature... less useful for the general user. I don't know how to get Evernote's attention to address this.
  3. If you're a paid subscriber, such as I, then you should have access to your HISTORY. It's located in the top-right corner with the three (3) dots: ... Choose 'History' and go from there.
  4. I'll move back to the end of the line here with a chant: "Lock it Up".☝️
  5. I really don't understand why Evernote™ isn't looking into this. There's an obvious demand for it.
  6. It's about time we heard from Evernote™ about having some sort of locking or equivalent paradigm.
  7. I've been a Premium user for years. I have several THOUSANDS of notes from software development to legal papers. I hadn't notice the 'i'nfo button before. There's probably a dozen features that I'm not aware of. Thanks for the 'i'nfo.
  8. This has been a popular concern for nearly a half-decade. Yet, there is apparently no movement from Evernote™ that I'm aware of.
  9. This concern has been discussed for nearly TWO years. What's the intent/status from Evernote™?
  10. Is Evernote going to get us the option to make a particular doc READ ONLY? The PDF option is not available for an iPhone. All Evernote needs to do is to block or filter user-events/page. Simple.
  11. Mac. ...also, why must one be a 'member' to join in the conversation? ... more bureaucratic/security hassle.
  12. The current (Mac) Evernote Help-menu options are limited. There should be at least <some> forum link(s) added to this list versus having to google it via web.
  13. My EverNote data cache is getting to be large. Hence the spinning-arrow cursor does its thing until all is synced. What's missing is the option to have a percent (%) feature (akin to MacBookPro's battery indicator with the option of % available).
  14. Ahhh. Okay. That's a different issue. I'm seeking a different paradigm: to incorporate a reference note within a single Evernote document, (e.g., a 'sticky'). So I'll leave my concern as an idea for an Evernote enhancement. ... and work with what we currently have per your suggestion. Thanks.
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