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Ian Greaves

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  1. Aw man, that's a bummer, but I can tell from the lack of updates that it must not have been getting the usage you guys envisioned for it. I guess you have to go where your users are. One crucial question though: any meal notes that were created with the app are Locked for editing in Evernote proper. Will those notes now become editable now that all Evernote Food data is being migrated to Evernote? If not, I suggest your dev team start working on that stat—I'll be really pissed if my meal notes suddenly become static, un-editable documents!
  2. Just want to second @gigiwasabi on the multiple note select. This is currently the only feature that keeps me going back and forth between the beta and the old web client. Since merging notes is one of the most powerful features of the desktop and web clients, here's my vote to add all of the multiple note select features to the next web release!
  3. Bless your heart. Yes! I always switch to dark/night mode on apps and sites that allow it. So much easier on my eyes. Wow, yes. Thanks for bringing this suggestion back up mhpdx. There's still time for Evernote to be current on this increasingly standard UI feature. This would be a fantastic addition to the web client, especially given the whole ease-of-use, distraction-free user experience they're going for with the redesign.
  4. Awesome that we're now seeing reminders on notes and notebooks. That addition brought it up enough to where I can actually try to start using the beta as the main web client. Now that I'm doing that, I wanted to suggest another hugely helpful feature for navigating the dense network of data Evernote helps you create: search by tag or notebookInterestingly, this could be simultaneously implemented by a UI double-click on the tag at note level, similar to how a gmail label on an individual email runs a search for that labelThat would save a lot of scroll time when tracking down individual notes
  5. Nice! I can see a little bit too. Just to confirm, are you noticing only a reminders list at the top of a notebook, but no tools for applying a reminder directly to a note?
  6. Serious props to the OP—this is a largely civil discussion on some passionate topics! My list echoes what has been said, but I'd like to add to the list: Mouse-over for the left-hand nav icons (you currently have to click into the shortcut, notebook, note, and tag lists—when switching between note streams quickly, that extra click is irritating)Option to toggle formatting bar to appear on text select (as it currently does) or lock at the top, for notes with heavy text formattingOther than that, everything else has been covered. Oh please bring back reminders and searching on the notebook and t
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