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Ross_

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  1. I now skip the upgrades and the icon stays.
  2. Thanks for the reply dconnet. I realize we're just a small group of users who care about this specific behavior and that you need to prioritize your bug and feature requests according to demand. Have you done a cohort analysis for new users that install the product a week or so before an upgrade? After an upgrade is pushed out, does usage of very new evernote users drop dramatically, beyond normal, non-upgrade fall off? If so, you might have an onboarding issue here that you're not aware of.
  3. I may have found my issue, but this is subject to the next upgrade event. When I right click the icon and go to its properties: I see: Notice the versioning info -- I think this is the issue. I originally pinned this guy to my taskbar by searching for it in the start menu, right clicking on the evernote icon that it found, and pinning to the taskbar. However, if I navigate directly to C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\ , right click Evernote.exe, and pin to taskbar, then clicking on the icon and looking at the properties does not seem to have version info: Maybe this is the issue. Next time, Windows may not nuke the pinned item because it no longer has any version number associated with the link.
  4. I wonder if you could cobble something together with Task or a similar app. Basically, create GPS triggers in the Tasker app that trigger pages in the Evernote app. Anyways, I'd like to see this feature as well. I use Evernote for implementing "Getting Things Done" a la http://www.thesecretweapon.org/and GPS triggers would help me for specific location-based tags that I've created.
  5. Evernote, I think it is in your best interest to fix this bug. Out of sight, out of mind. For marginal users, like myself, I'll forget to open evernote if I can't see the icon. Thanks for the great product!
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