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IMWJL

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  1. As a windows user I feel the opposite. Evernote for Mac seems to get updates faster and have more features than Windows. The thing that ultimately sent me to OneNote was Evernote's anemic ability to edit tables - which I understand was upgraded in the Mac version but not the Windows. Evernote is better on mobile, and better at clipping but for the way I work the tables were more important. Now I'm so used to OneNote's search and hierarchy that I don't know if I'll ever come back. The other thing I like better about Ever is the way the tags work. Evernote tags the whole note (so that sort of makes up for the inability to have a hierarchy) where OneNote tags a line of text. I use both, and m IT director seat has me using mobile versions too. We have 750+ employees and with a group that size I must say a big sorry if we've missed where or how the Mac client is lacking in a sigficant way. I cannot get passionate or fan boy on this topic as many do. We recently had a team analyze pros and cons for popular collaboration tools. All the main players have great products. My using Evernote most is because of the tag style and speed. I see our corporate controller doesn't find those as important and tends toward OneNote because of the text formatting features he likes.
  2. Sorry, but it works fine on my Macs (and Windows). Right click varies by the item. For tags I can show or hide the list or remove the links on side bar. Something else must be going on, I wish you good luck.
  3. These are reasons that keep Evernote my primary notes app and the way Evernote tags items. I'm an IT director and use both these platforms. I don't pretend to be an expert knowing both well but I'm a pretty strong IT user via my work. For me Evernote is far more of a remember everything and fine it later machine, and it's fast. OneNote is more of a make and organize stuff cute machine with lots of formatting options. Evernote's way of tagging makes it better for my keeping a lot of notes and often having same text in different notes that are not related. Put another way, Evernote tags and searching works better for me when there are hundreds of notes. Tagging! I knew I'd. left something out! I realize people use these products differently, but the Evernote style of tagging and search gets me to bits of information I need fast and easy. I have nothing against OneNote, like the way it looks and the way a book can be but it's a different animal in this tag and search aspect.
  4. Latest Mac, Windows (desktop and touch) all have the core functionality for me. I see my notebooks, notes, and have no problems with edits, syc, etc..... The all white look for the Mac is an adjustment that's not over. The green helped me.
  5. These are reasons that keep Evernote my primary notes app and the way Evernote tags items. I'm an IT director and use both these platforms. I don't pretend to be an expert knowing both well but I'm a pretty strong IT user via my work. For me Evernote is far more of a remember everything and find it later machine, and it's fast. OneNote is more of a make and organize stuff cute machine with lots of formatting options. Evernote's way of tagging makes it better for my keeping a lot of notes and often having same text in different notes that are not related. Put another way, Evernote tags and searching works better for me when there are hundreds of notes.
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