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UncleRic

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  1. I shall contact Management. I suggest others do as well.... put some pressure on them. What's the purpose of having a forum if the Management is unaware of the demand?
  2. Best if you contact Evernote engineers directly; if not their salesmen. I tried to get their attention via their Facebook page to no avail. Ric.
  3. I had also raise this issue on one of Evernote's Facebook forums. I don't have the time to do Evernote's job.... .... there is a DEMAND for this feature. Perhaps I'll have to vote down my critique of Evernote due to this missing featue. 🤔
  4. I've been a fully paid user for the past half decade or so. The Evernote™ team hasn't given me (us) a followup on our request to have a convenient toggle to lock the document versus the the half-ass way recovering from history or via a 3rd-party hack. I think it's a dereliction of duty. Hence I've subscribed to the Facebook community and shall bring this concern out in the open. Ric.
  5. I assume some Evernote™ engineer is monitoring this discussion so I believe EverNote is aware. That's why we have the Evernote™ forum. Well obviously.... no movement in a half decade; which is NOT acceptable. My guess the only way is to complain on either feedback or contact a human within EverNote and complain. I think I'll do it... being that this forum hasn't produced anything that I value. ... Evernote has a few Facebook accounts (I've checked). I think I'll ***** in PUBLIC.
  6. I'm not looking for 3rd-party solutions to 'read-only' status. This should be a basic property of ANY Evernote doc. Think about the plethora of legal documentation, etc. that users import into their EverNote apps. Most of these notes are to used as reference, without desire to accidentally alter or remove them. Having to rely of restoration and/or 3rd-party means is an unnecessary hassle. All that is needed is a write on/off (default) toggle somewhere in the menubar.
  7. ... interesting. Why hasn't Evernote given us access to a toggle?
  8. True enough. But why isn't merely locking a single note a basic function across whatever plans the patron has? It's merely neutering the ability to delete or modify via a toggle. We could have BOTH history AND permanency. ☝️
  9. I know. I've been on this for YEARS. Many of us use Evernote™ for assorted legal documents that must be read-only I'm sure the Evernote people are aware of this concern; don't know why it is not remedied. I only mentioned this feature since other solutions don't appear to help.
  10. Fortunately, paid users have the history option so it's possible to revert any inadvertent changes; via the three dots (...) menu in the upper right corner.
  11. I've been pursuing this for a half decade. No response from Evernote. 😫
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. I'll move back to the end of the line here with a chant: "Lock it Up".☝️
  15. I really don't understand why Evernote™ isn't looking into this. There's an obvious demand for it.
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