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singinginthebrain

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  1. Hello again, I have gone back to the previous version. This is not a small change, it is a decision that completely changes the user friendly experience. I assume that the person (people) that made the decision to take away this feature did not use it themselves and therefore have trouble imagining how practical it is/was. The consequence is that many users are finding that Evernote is going from a very practical tool to a less practical tool....Again I would like to insist and ask evernote to please reevaluate this decision, it is important that you listen to the users if you want to keep them and not develop for the sake of developing. Thank you!
  2. The grid view allows a much better overview of all the stacks and notebooks, please bring it back! Scrolling does just the opposite...takes more time and removes the possibility of having an overview...a strange move for a productivity software...
  3. Ok, So you are listening, great! Some of the issues are now resolved and this definately is Progress! There is still one very big and obvious issue, the infinite scroll: It isn't natural when you have a pen in your hand. It's that simple. Try holding a pen and scrolling with 2 fingers, I get it wrong 2 out of three times, then have to erase the mistake...etc. Time consuming and not practical. Try a button or two with next and previous page. That would take care of so much frustration... Question: I haven't found a way to make one single page into landscape format is this possible?
  4. The new app is clearly a disappointment and perhaps developed by and for the programmers rather than the people using it. I am an artist and have used this app since it came out, I have hundreds of pages and really loved the way it mimicked a real notebook. I understand that the programmers think it's necessary to make everything more minimal in it's design because it is the current trend. In my opinion it is an error to sacrifice functionality for design. Evernote has been absolutely brilliant in developing and delivering functional tools for everyday use. This is why I am sticking to Evernote but for me the Penultimate app is not usable anymore in its current format. why? 1) The pen is too slow 2) landscape unavailable 3) photos in the notebook are not as flexible/resizable 4) one long note - instead of pages What is the purpose of having a drawing/notetaking app if it does not mimic the freedom and functionality of the real notebook? All the constraints that you have just built in make it unusable. Please go back to the original idea of why you created a notebook in the first place ? The first app was brilliant - ask yourselves why ?
  5. The new app is clearly a disappointment and perhaps developed by and for the programmers rather than the people using it. I am an artist and have used this app since it came out, I have hundreds of pages and really loved the way it mimicked a real notebook. I understand that the programmers think it's necessary to make everything more minimal in it's design because it is the current trend. In my opinion it is an error to sacrifice functionality for design. Evernote has been absolutely brilliant in developing and delivering functional tools for everyday use. This is why I am sticking to Evernote but for me the Penultimate app is not usable anymore in its current format. why? 1) The pen is too slow 2) landscape unavailable 3) photos in the notebook are not as flexible/resizable 4) one long note - instead of pages What is the purpose of having a drawing/notetaking app if it does not mimic the freedom and functionality of the real notebook? All the constraints that you have just built in make it unusable. Please go back to the original idea of why you created a notebook in the first place ? The first app was brilliant - ask yourselves why ?
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