When I logged into Evernote Web earlier today, there was a button that said a new version was available. Thinking it was a regular update, I clicked the button. To my surprise, the "upgrade" was to a beta version of Evernote Web with a horrible, unusable UI. I love Evernote and have been using the app for several years now. The existing non-beta Evernote Web has a nicely designed UI that is easy to navigate and tasks can be done very quickly. The new beta version of Evernote Web has a horrible UI; navigation (and I use this term loosely) is difficult to use, and now it's harder and takes longer to do basic tasks. Luckily there is a way to revert back to the original, well designed UI / great UX version of Evernote Web. Google Chrome is doing the same exact thing with Bookmark Manager; rolling out a new version with a horrible UI / UX. Luckily, it is possible to revert back to the old versions for both Evernote and Chrome. I said this in the Google Chrome feedback forum and I'm saying it again: "It's never ok to sacrifice usability for the sake of aesthetics."