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claudecyrill

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  1. I feel the same way. The reason I shied away from using the web interface was primarily because it was clunky(even with my high-end computers and fast internet). The new design is great, and I would really like for it to translate to the desktop version(Mac and Windows). It definitely hits the target of being more "focused". There are some caveats that I found that will need work, but at the end of the day change is good.
  2. Lots of users really don't like the EN Web Beta. See https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/68875-beta-no-reminders-shown-multiple-clicks-required-to-get-to-a-note/ Wow, the backlash is strong. Some of the points are really good, too. What do you think of the new design?
  3. That's a really interesting point. It might be Evernote following a "new user" design strategy and get them hooked with just the first look. I've been using Evernote daily and have about a dozen notebooks with cross-sectioning tags. So, you could say that I am a power user, too? Regardless, I welcome the new design. It's very focused.
  4. The new Evernote UI on web is simply amazing. Any word on if the desktop version will meet a similar redesign on Windows? http://www.theverge.com/2014/10/2/6893765/evernote-redesigned-its-note-taking-web-app-and-its-gorgeous
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