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  1. I have been loggin in to the OSX Evernote app every single day for the last 5 years. The screenshot is something I just googled to proove I'm not crazy. Even better, my other OSX-machine still has Evernote 5.5.1 and guess what? There's the option 'Stay logged in' at the sign in screen when you open Evernote. Please, I'm a power user and know the options, pro's and con's programs and OSX-configurations have. I'm also user experience designer and keen to configure things the easiest way for end users. With that in mind, my particular use case is that I don't want colleagues, who know my comp
  2. Please have a look at this image: http://keithjamesdesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Evernote-Log-In-Screenshot.jpg In my current state of software (osx Yosemite & Evernote 5.6.2) I'm missing that 'Stay logged in' option I know that notes are stored on my computer and that anyone that's on my computer while logged in in my account, can fairly easy get to my stored EN-notes. But that's not the level of expertise of my colleagues have and I would really like to prevent that they can access my notes just by opening Evernote.
  3. I am. But before the update exiting the software signed me out as well. I believe there was an option 'remember me' at the Evernote login screen in previous versions
  4. Yesterday I updated to OSX Yosemite and updated Evernote to 5.6.2. And now I can't disable the auto login function anymore... I don't want Evernote to automatically sign in when starting the program. It should ask for my Evernote password, like it has always done. I'm probably missing something here. Anyone knows where to look to get this option back?
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