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Bruce.0

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  1. I did the cloudhq transfer to drive. When I do a keyword search on both I get basically the same results. Results show documents pdf or images with text that contain the keyword. Evernote does highlight the keyword where it appears in the images where drive does not but niether highlight the keyword or tell you what page which sucks because imaages are usually 1 page whereas pdfs are often many pages. So I have to pulll them up in acrobat and do a find.
  2. I did the cloudhq transfer to drive. When I do a keyword search on both I get basically the same results. Results show documents pdf or images with text that contain the keyword. Evernote does highlight the keyword where it appears in the images where drive does not but niether highlight the keyword or tell you what page which sucks because imaages are usually 1 page whereas pdfs are often many pages. So I hace to pyll them up in acrobat and do a find.
  3. I just don't understand why you guys don't get it. Of course Html export with links to the native files is fine and useful. It's just not easily/directly portable to another service, which creates user friction when somebody loses confidence in the service and would like to transfer or use another similar service and realizes it may take them many hours just to figure out the location of files and transfer them into proper folders, tags or whatever. Fortunately cloud hq has done the conversion scripting for us. Crazy thing is cloud HQ is significantly more expensive for just facilitating this transfer than evernote itself. IF cloud HD has a significant number of users it demonstrates that evernote is failing in another area. The founder was so confident in evernote's value he said users will always be able to easily take your information elsewhere. It's not proprietary, which is great, but it's not as portable to other services as it could/should be. I still love Evernote, but it has disappointed me over the years with its speed, clunkiness, bugginess and I really did not like the fact that it took them years to even respond to the fact that evernote was very insecure and would not even allow basic passwords or pin to be used for accessing their mobile apps.
  4. WOW! Vance is a Saint! Being a premium Evernote user since almost the beginning. I distinctly remember the founder stating that Evernote was designed for easy migration of data so users didn't feel trapped like they did wiith prior notes/database sytems. That if they became unhappy with the service they could easily migrate their data. I still love Evernote but as it becomes more and more bloated and slow and often unintuitive I decided to search and see what migration options there were. Thanks Vance for saving us all the time of researching and testing. The moderator should be BOOTED. Just this thread alone motivates me to migrate and save my subscription dollars...
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