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  1. Thank you! Do these new features play nicely with non-beta versions of the mobile and desktop apps? (Specifically Mac and Android in my case.) If there are any major limitations to be aware of when moving back and forth between the new editor on web and desktop/mobile that would be very helpful to know.
  2. I am super pumped to see these improvements roll out to Android... It's been over four months; any update that you can provide @Sahand? Has the beta testing process begun for mobile apps? (I know it has for web). Thanks!
  3. Are there any release notes for the new editor? I recently discovered that the new editor has checklists for example (excited about that feature once it syncs properly to the apps), and I wonder what other "new" features I might be overlooking.
  4. Thanks for weighing in! Unfortunately, did not receive an email, nor do I see any noticeable changes to the web editor. (No search suggestions when I type in the search box, for example.) Is there any way of confirming my enrollment in the beta program? Thanks!
  5. Happy to see another video released and happy to see real functionality demonstrated. The Evernote team had seemed to go "dark" for a couple of months since the last video, and I was starting to get a little concerned that perhaps they had hit some major snags (or worse). The last time EN went dark for a few months there was a management and strategic shake-up... Could we get an update on the beta program(s)? Many users on these forums and on Reddit indicate they have signed up for the Beta for multiple platforms and not heard anything from EN. I count myself among that population. May indicated that these changes will be rolled out soon to a small population who are testing the new web experience and that the apps would get it "in time." That's all fine and good, but can we get an update on the beta testing for the apps? Are any of those in preview mode yet, and if not yet, could we get an indication of when? Are we talking most likely not until 2020? Thanks and keep up the good work.
  6. It's missing some old features, but it also has NEW features, so win some, lose some? Hopefully most if not all of the missing features will be added in time. Regardless, all indications are that Evernote considers it currently in good enough shape to begin putting it into beta versions of the apps for testing...
  7. Just thought I'd chime in and let you know that with the new editor, there is no difference! The exact same editor is planned to be rolled out across web, desktop, and mobile applications. It's easier to iterate and test on the web so that's where they started, but now that it's in reasonably good shape it supposedly will start showing up in new beta releases for the various applications. Hopefully soon, although I have not seen any timeline except that they have started recruiting for the beta programs...
  8. I was just browsing the forums looking for any sign of whether some new behind-the-scenes videos or blog posts would be launching soon. Hopefully someone in the know replies to this thread...
  9. Were you invited to test a beta or preview version of Evernote? Because I was under the impression this feature is still in development.
  10. I wonder whether encryption (by the user) of notes and notebooks is being factored into the currently in-development syncing architecture and new software clients? The available option of encrypting bits of text within a note feels very half-baked. I'm hoping that the reason this feature hasn't yet appeared on the new web beta is that encryption is being completely re-thought and re-architected behind the scenes. Here's hoping, at least...
  11. This looks fantastic. My only question is when can I get access to those beta features!!! (I have signed up for new beta.) If it works as well as demo'd across a large majority of web sites and syncs properly across devices, this will be the first seriously impressive new feature in years.
  12. Thanks for the additional details. I wonder if Evernote would consider doing more technical deep dives down the road for those users who are interested? There used to be a technical Evernote blog but it seems to have been phased out about 18 months ago. Good to see you participating in these comments and hope to see additional Evernote staff including senior leadership participate.
  13. I'm enjoying this web series but I would have enjoyed this one more with significantly more technical details. I also would have appreciated some forward looking information. For example, what challenges are the infrastructure team looking to tackle next? Are there additional user facing features which will be made possible in the future due to this change (or other planned infrastructure changes)? Such as syncing improvements? Etc.
  14. Am I the only one a little disappointed that there's no senior person from Evernote participating in these comments? I was very impressed when the CEO himself responded to several comments from the first video's forum thread, as it really helped reinforce the impression that Evernote is becoming more responsive and that they are listening and considering all the feedback. I'm sure there are Evernote people reading this thread and I would love to see them ocasionally respond thoughtfully to some of the best feedback that their loyal users are providing.
  15. Love the video series and I'm getting increasingly hopeful that Evernote is heading in the right direction. I do want to add a +1 to showing tags by default somewhere in the vicinity of the notebook. It will be a big loss if they are not visible by default.
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