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John B.

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  1. Password protection for individual notes is not a hard sell at all. I, too, am having to seriously consider whether it's worth it to keep EN Premium, and just switch to Apple Notes full-time. I'm not saying Evernote as a service is bad but I think it's a tad overpriced for what it does, or more specifically, what it doesn't do. My subscription expires in six months, I might be swayed to stay if I saw ... 100% at-rest encryption for both notes and/or notebooks. Zero advertising for paid subscribers, especially Premium. I see this more on the PC version than Mac version, though. Eliminate the 200MB note limit for Premium subscribers.
  2. I have an Office 365 subscription as well, it's tempting to just switch to OneNote (ON) and save the $49 premium ever year. However, like many of you, I've become accustomed to EN's way of doing things. With respect to the ON vs. EN (or EN vs. ON) compare/contrast, it's been my experience on the Mac... EN is much faster at syncing than ON is, regardless of the net connection (100Mbps up/down?). Data uploads are near-instant while ON is constantly caught between "Preparing to Sync" and "Syncing..." EN allows me to annotate and/or edit (via Preview) PDFs while ON has a confabulation of the original document in addition to the original attachment (which cannot be edited or annotated). Granted, ON lets you annotate wherever you want on their "open canvas" but good luck if you need a printed copy. Printing on EN is much more consistent than with ON. I have to pinch-to-zoom the canvas to get where I need to be, and then resize the whole bloody thing to get it to print on a single page. EN just prints the PDF and/or document, no issues. ON requires me to share an entire notebook; EN lets me share the notebook, or individual note. Those are just a few of the drawbacks/advantages I've seen.
  3. Normally, my extension would update in Safari automatically; however, I've noticed the old version 6.5.1 is the latest from extensions.apple.com. When I downloaded the web clipper directly from Evernote, it gave me the following error message (see attached). Can someone from EN tell me what the deal is, and should I install the later version which is giving me this error msg, or continue waiting for the update? Thanks!
  4. +1. I love EN but there's definitely something wrong with the Web Clipper extension. Uninstalling/re-installing, clearing caches, signing in/out again, etc., and Safari would crash Safari (seg. fault) at least once a day, usually when opening a new tab. Finally, I removed the EN Web Clipper altogether a few days ago and Safari has been rock solid since. I liked using the Web Clipper but if it crashes my browser it's not very useful. Safari v9.0.3 Mac OS X 10.11.3 MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015) 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 1 TB ePCI Flash Storage
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