The following evernote behavior is turning my delight into a torment. It is one of the essential app for me and I don't know what's going wrong with this app. Will highly appreciate some guidance.
Here's step-wise what's happening with my evernote:
1.) Installed Version is 6.6.1 (453373 App Store)
2.) I click evernote in dock to open, it asks for log-in (user-name and password). Details are entered.
3.) Elephant icon appears in menubar automatically
4.) I go to preferences:
4.1 tick keep helper running in background when i quit evernote
4.2 untick show evernote helper in menubar
4.3 automatically 4.1 is undone or unticked
4.4 message pops up- evernote helper quit unexpectedly, ignore or report & menubar icon of elephant is gone now.
5.) I try to start my work & forget about this annoying behavior , further set preferences according to my convenience
5.1 tick show note counts in side bar
5.2 right click on notebooks and tags to show them as list
6.) When I quit evernote, big message window pops up, would you like to keep evernote helper running. I quit after some ticks or unticks. Irrespective of what I tick or untick, I presume it won't run in background, because in step 4.4 it has unexpectedly gone.
7.) Now, when I start my evernote application again, to my torment, I am again at step no.2 , nothing changes at all, I've to again set my preferences - show note count (5.1) , show as lists (5.2) and everything stays same from step 2 to 6. Earlier, I had entered password only once, but now eveytime I open evernote, I have to enter log-in details.
8.) I looked for settings on evernote web page, there I found that my mac book has granted access to evernote for at least 7-8 times. I am guessing this is the number of times I've opened evernote today and entered my log-in details.
Moreover I can't keep helper running in background without showing it in menubar.
I'll be eternally grateful if someone can point me to where I am going wrong and help me to focus back on my work rather than setting prefs & entering login details.