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David N - Research Analyst

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  1. To clarify, my comment about Evernote being a "dysfunctional company" was not an off-hand remark. It was based on actual tech reporting that you can read. For example: * Evernote lost its CTO, CFO, CPO and HR head in the last month as it eyes another fundraiser * The 3 Stages of Evernote’s Fall
  2. I have begun my transition to Notion. I have a lifetime membership to Evernote, because I've been with them from the beginning. I am leaving because of this issue and all the other feature requests that have gone ignored by Evernote. Evernote has shown itself to be a dysfunctional company, but it's the product that I'm now rejecting. Notion provides new Evernote import tool Notion’s new web clipper makes it a powerful competitor to Evernote
  3. Yes sadly, with the history of lack of innovation and the recent corporate leadership issues, I'm preparing for the worst with Evernote and looking into how to export to OneNote -- I mean do you guys realize how little I want to be using a Microsoft product?!
  4. Here is a great example of what Evernote could be... Dynalist
  5. Case and point, Evernote Super Guru @DTLow -- thank you for adding nothing but more hostility.
  6. The Evernote representatives here have made this by far one of the most tone-def, defensive, adversarial forums I've ever experienced. I implore you to take us seriously. We're your power users. We don't want to leave your product, but we will if you force us to. Take a chance, listen to us! Take our money! Or we'll go somewhere else... Workflowy, OneNote, Notability.
  7. Mike Vardy, The Productivityist, recently turned me on to Blinkist, a media company that summarizes popular non-fiction book down to their essential elements so they can be read in 15-20 minutes. It's fantastic for covering so many of those books that are interesting, are being talked about, that you mean to read, but you don't necessarily have the time to plow through 350 pages of. I would like to know if there's a way to integrate Blinkist content with the WebClipper. Right now to save a Blinkist book summary I have to clip the 15 summary pages and then Merge the notes. Any ideas? Any fans of Blinkist? --David
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