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  1. Personally, I'm not sure this thread is to compare ON and EN. It's like Mac vs PC, Ford vs Chevy, Blondes vs Brunettes. 😉 As a heavy O365 user, ON is easily superior for me, even though I've been a premium EN user since the beginning. It's just difficult to make the move from one to the other, if not possible. And that, is the reason for this thread. Continued conversation regarding moving to ON. Happy 4th.
  2. Thanks for the explanation. I’m not sure I’d call it a well-know export when it’s only specific to Evernote. If it was that well-know, I would suspect they would have even less customers. Perhaps you should search on the Internet, outside the EN discussion group, and see how big of an issue this is. As mentioned earlier, it’s an interesting tactic to pretty much not allow people with thousands of notes or those that have more difficult data to copy out of the Evernote platform. I’m sure this specific export format is probably fine, all I was saying is it does not work with the OneNote import any longer, and if that is a way EN wants to keep customers, then I guess that’s their right because I can’t get out. However, first time I can and safely and accurately import to OneNote, I’ll probably be gone. If anyone else reviews this thread in the future and can’t figure it out, please update this post. Thank you very much.
  3. Possibly. With something like this, it would take both companies to work together. I'm sure @Microsoft Windows would be willing to do their part. I'm not sure it's a good PR move for Evernote to trap you in their system. If you want to leave, allow customers to leave with their own data that most pay for. It would be similar to Microsoft not allow Word Docs to be opened by Google Docs or Apple Pages.
  4. @Koshkaboo and @DougS44 I have tried everything. Multiple computers, legacy Evernote, Evernote sync turned off, and all these steps mentioned above. It will not work for me. I’m hoping Microsoft can find a way to get behind this again, and convince Evernote not to be so insecure. If EN had any value, Microsoft should just buy them, but I don’t see that happening either. EN isn’t terrible, and for me, it’s just a consistent EcoSystem reason for me.
  5. I am a heavy O365 user and have longed wanted to move to Onenote. I have about 2,000 notes. I have tried everything I can think of. Used Windows 10 OneNote. I've used the last OneNote desktop version. I've downloaded Evernote and tried to newest version to export the enex file and i've downloaded the legacy Evernote version. I have adjusted the Enex file to take out the 2nd line as @OldManGeorgementioned, but I continue to get an error. I've signed out of my O365 account, I've signed in, I've disabled sync in evernote, I've tried everything...see screenshot below. If anyone was able to assist me, I can't tell you how much I'd apprecate it. Jason
  6. I have done the same, but it does nothing for the horizontal view. Totally agree. I just don't understand why the left bar can't pop-out when pulled from the left or moved to the bottom. I very much dislike much of 8.0. I very much agree with what you stated. After the "privacy" issue a few weeks ago, I was intent on moving to OneNote since we are Office 365 users and very much Microsoft Office centered in our office, but wanted to give this another shot. I think the interface is a bit cleaner and could be argued that it is more "2017," but I very much dislike the addition of the left bar and how it is structured.
  7. Thank you Evernote for the update. I saw all the marketing regarding this new update, but I must be missing something. The only iOS device I own is a iPad Pro 9.7 and on this version, why would someone want their screen real estate taken up by this left-margin gray bar that only holds five icons. Is it not possible to hide this bar and just drag it out when needed? Secondly, the list of notes is now way too large. At least for me, it takes up way too much horizontal room and doesn't leave as much room to view the actual note content. I've been a premium user for many years and just understand the reasoning behind a solid bar. I believe I saw a screenshot that at least with the iPhone, this permanent gray bar is at the bottom. I'm just wondering what others think about this much-discussed upgrade.
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