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vkehayas

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  1. It has been working on the Mac for more than one year now. That's what's the most frustrating to me!
  2. My situation is a bit more complex than that: The computer I use is Linux. There is no EN client for Linux yet, so I have to use EN for windows through a virtual machine. My desktop at home is also running windows, but I prefer the EN mac client because it does everything I need. Reminders on Android are also very helpful. As I said, I don't mind the inconsistencies, except when they undermine EN's functionality.
  3. Hi all, I totally get that the interfaces can't possibly be identical, especially between desktop and mobile, but there are some functionality issues as well. I am a very new user of EN but I've stumbled upon some issues already in trying to establish my workflow. Example 1: Reminders don't show up in List view in Windows but only in snippet or card view, which means that you can't have reminders visible and sort notes by tag in that platform. That's perfectly possible in EN for mac. If I want or have to use both platforms this makes me very uncomfortable as I have to change between views all the time. Example 2: I've set some saved searches as shortcuts on my mac based on the "reminderTime" term, which don't work on windows. Example 3: Less important but still...the toolbar cannot be customised on the mac while it nicely can on windows. I don't see how these issues are a matter of stylistic preference or platform-sensitive restrictions. In my opinion they should work on both platforms. Example 4: Reminder completeness couldn't synchronise from EN for android to EN for desktop, but maybe that's just a fluke as it only happened once so far. Many people work today on different platforms whether they like it or not, and issues like these are distractive or even disruptive. I really like all the cool features that Evernote has integrated so far in it's clients for all platforms and the intention I see from Evernote in making a useful product, but I suspect most users value first stability and a minimum level of consistency. I understand that most of my listed issues are with the reminders which is a relatively new feature and I would prefer it if these issues are addressed in the right way even if it takes time; I just hope that EN are aware of them.
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