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  1. +1 Same here. RAM usage as seen in Activity Monitor will creep up and cross over 3 GB. Just tried this manually. Sync, Sync, Sync, Sync, memory usage as seen in activity monitor, increases by ~1 MB each time and does not come down. Another observation. Worked on EN before bed, put mac to sleep, woke up next day and did the same to the mac & voila, RAM usage spiked to 1.5 GB.
  2. Yes, this issue is correct. I am seeing it too. I suspect it has something to do with the new feature that trys to sync notes once it detects a change. Please roll back this "feature". As users we cant afford to loose what we put it. On the topic of raising a case. I have a few cases raised that NO ONE from support responded to in 3 weeks. I had to stay up at 2 AM my time just to get hold of someone on chat ! EN team - please go slow on rolling out new features. I understand you are trying to make the product "better" but you are doing it at the cost of loosing data and crippling existing users. What do you gain by doing that ? This just can't be the future you plan for Evernote. Why not release a new version in phases ? Start with an internal deployment, then progressively go out to groups of users. As EN becomes an important part of your users lives, you cant be cavalier about the quality of the code. Phil hope you are listening.
  3. Yes, this issue is correct. I am seeing it too. I suspect it has something to do with the new feature that trys to sync notes once it detects a change. Please roll back this "feature". As users we cant afford to loose what we put it. On the topic of raising a case. I have a few cases raised that NO ONE from support responded to in 3 weeks. I had to stay up at 2 AM my time just to get hold of someone on chat ! EN team - please go slow on rolling out new features. I understand you are trying to make the product "better" but you are doing it at the cost of loosing data and crippling existing users. What do you gain by doing that ? This just can't be the future you plan for Evernote. Why not release a new version in phases ? Start with an internal deployment, then progressively go out to groups of users. As EN becomes an important part of your users lives, you cant be cavalier about the quality of the code. Phil hope you are listening.
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