That is true. Seems like a paradox or conflicted emotions.
But that is THE challenge of building great apps. To add features and continually work to IMPROVE the product, but not end up with a bloated app that is slow to launch, complicated to navigate, etc.
I can be frustrated with the app's direction and recent results, while acknowledging that it's not an easy thing. It's not like I think the Product team is stupid or playing Pokemon Go all day. (ok, come on, we know they're playing Pokemon Go)
There are plenty of SAAS products out there that are elegant, FAST, and hit the right balance of amazing UX, simplicity, powerful features, etc.
Again, it's hard. I know. But it's possible to do better. Evernote, in my opinion, is NOT a good example of a great product.
Also, linking multiple accounts is not the type of feature that would result in more bloat IMHO. It's an essential business feature that many SAAS products offer (whether through Team accounts or just by giving the option to add multiple emails). But that would not contribute to performance slowness at all. It's an ACCOUNT feature, and not a product UX feature.
I guess I wasn't clear in my complaining There are many layers to the problems I have with this. But it doesn't matter - I'm not one of those complainers on the webz that rants in the hopes of being heard by the Product team LOL - how laughable is that? I"m thinking of Apple forum users. I was just sharing what I've ACTUALLY been doing - trying out other products and using OneDrive.