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  1. Well, I've given it some time and the response from Evernote has been pretty woeful. I still can't use the EN Share Sheet in iOS and the app is slow and buggy (even does odd behaviour when I simply try to type in a new note title, really basic stuff). I simply can't afford to wait for EN to get its act together. I've been with Evernote around 10 years, through all the ups and downs, but I guess you gotta know when to call it quits. I simply can't justify paying for this poor level of service. Maybe the free account will be enough for me to use for some basic stuff - I'm glad I didn't build my
  2. @Shane D. yes, using the system wide iOS Share Sheet which brings up Evernote’s web clipper
  3. +1 here. Same issue for me. What a mess. Without the clippers working well, Evernote is useless to me. Not sure why I pay anymore
  4. SHARESHEET IN MOBILE SAFARI NOT SAVING TO EVERNOTE I'm also finding when I share a webpage from mobile safari on iOS to Evernote (using the Share Share to Evernote), currently most of the time the page doesn't actually get sent to Evernote - it just doesn't appear. This is so lousy. Guys, you cannot release an app that fails on these most basic of things. Really disappointed here.
  5. In fact, I've now found the situation is much worse - I'm finding when I share a webpage from mobile safari on iOS to Evernote (using the Share Share to Evernote), currently most of the time the page doesn't actually get sent to Evernote - it just doesn't appear. This is so lousy. Guys, you cannot release an app that fails on these most basic of things. Really disappointed here.
  6. Just here to support Stacey's comment to keep this visible. I agree, annoying beyond all comprehension! This is just lousy interaction design. Show the message once - there is no need to ever show it again. You don't need a setting. The old version didn't require this, why now? Is it because syncing has actually got slower? If so, this is a big fail for something that was meant to be a focus for a new release.
  7. @PinkElephant don't worry, the new release is buggy as hell. For now, you really aren't missing anything Stu
  8. Hi everyone, I also am sad to report this a very disappointing and buggy release. Here's the sad list of woe: My notes won't sync properly (notes that show happily in my Mac version and the web version do not show up in the iOS app) - this is the number one thing Evernote cannot afford to get wrong. Use of this system is built on trust that all notes will be the same on all devices (syncing properly) - when this doesn't happen, it seriously erodes trust When syncing happens, it is crazy slow Interactions are clumsy - for example, you slide a note to show the delete optio
  9. I believe there is an opportunity for a 'Personal Learning App'. A tool that makes it easy to gather, annotate and curate resources and to link these to personal learning goals (including self-testing and tracking progress). Evernote already has functionality that broadly meets this goal - but the interface isn't very tailored to this need and there are *some* missing features. Part of meeting the interface need would be to allow the creation of a new folder type or 'view' (e.g. Learning Path folder type) that presents the notes in that folder in a different way and allows new interface elemen
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