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  1. Here I reiterate it again: They took away the presentation mode for ever, when the world has already moved to close to 13 inches iPads, which are excellent for presenting things to a small group of people on a round table conference. Removing it from the iPad is so stupid that I am at a loss of words to express my frustation. My other iPad's are never getting the new evernote updates.
  2. Exactly my thoughts. The new user interface means, I can only view 6-7 notes on my iPad at once. Earlier using the cards interface it used to be 12 notes at once. That's almost half of what it used to be. Of what use is my 10 inch screen for evernote? My iPad has become a big iPhone when it comes to using evernote, which is a huge pisser and a deal breaker in terms of UI and usability. Moreover, they took away the presentation mode for ever, when the world has already moved to close to 13 inches iPads, which are excellent for presenting things to a small group of people on a round table conference. Removing it from the iPad is so stupid that I am at a loss of words to express my frustation. My other iPad's are never getting the new evernote updates! me too, a Premium user.
  3. So, instead of Evernote streamlining it's beta testing and giving users a warning (like so many of the best companies in the industry do, including Apple) you want the user to manage the beta testing process, by behaving as if every evernote version that comes up as an extensively tested (supposedly) update to actually be an ill tested beta version. You want the user to keep track of the updates, even when iOS is designed to be the exact opposite of that. That's sick! A normal user (let alone a premium one) is not a beta tester and beta testing cannot be imposed on users without offering a choice and a proper warning, like Apple does with their updating process. Moreover most users have their devices set up to auto update the apps. And for the most part and for most of the apps, it works as expected. No other major company does this kind of a disastrous update that is beta but is presented as a tested final release. And a user cannot be expected to put the auto updates to the switched off mode just for the sake of Evernote. So what do you want the users to do? Maintain a log of updates and research on each and every update besides turning off the auto update? Or maybe you expect users to create an evernote notebook specially for tracking every update and user reviews, and then do extensive research and stuffs before taking the plunge. Seriously? Premium customers pay evernote because they trust it. They trust evernote of all things, at least to be able to manage these software releases, so that their productivity is not hampered. They trust the app to be reliable and free of productivity-hampering bugs and bugs that tend to get their vital data lost into thin air, before they have the time to understand what's actually going around. It's evernote that has to change it's way of doing things, and not us, the users! Premium users like me, pay to evernote to be able to use it, and evernote doesn't pay us to be beta testers! So, my advice would be to not try to put the blame upon users, specially for the blames, the cause of which lies in evernote's processes and the way it handles it. Nothing personal with you, but I am very very very pissed off with all of this. Like really pissed off.
  4. Exactly my thoughts. The new CEO, it seems, thinks of himself as a figure like Steve Jobs, who would revive the company back to it's former glory. But unfortunately, he , it turns out, looks like a guy who has no idea of Product Development and is definitely not a 'product guy' par se. I too have been a premium user since years and have more than 33,000 notes and about a hundred and fifty notebooks, which means, it is my primary work database, which I use as a work bench to get things done. But the past couple of years have been plain ***** for Evernote as regards the bugs and data loss and what not. And now they have changed the interface to make it look like Simplenote, which it has never been and can never be. These guys are destroying evernote to say the least. In the past few weeks, I have lost a bunch of notes, whereby, I annotated certain images and synced to find out that 70% of them went missing without a trace. Just wow! The new user interface means, I can only view 6-7 notes on my iPad at once. Earlier using the cards interface it used to be 12 notes at once. That's almost half of what it used to be. Of what use is my 10 inch screen for evernote? My iPad has become a big iPhone when it comes to using evernote, which is a huge pisser and a deal breaker in terms of UI and usability. Moreover, they took away the presentation mode for ever, when the world has already moved to close to 13 inches iPads, which are excellent for presenting things to a small group of people on a round table conference. Removing it from the iPad is so stupid that I am at a loss of words to express my frustation. My other iPad's are never getting the new evernote updates and as soon as my yearly subscription expires, I would be trying my best to consider switching, even though, it is going to be very difficult for me, at least in the initial months. ***** happens!!
  5. WoW! Just wow. I wish I had the time to do justice to your comments, but, I do not. Next time maybe!
  6. I wonder, if the OP's issues with the typing lag and an overall useless evernote app on iOS10 got resolved. Well, it shouldn't have had, as I have had the same issues and after updating to iOS 10 on my iPad Air 2 , I have an evernote app that is pretty much useless. Everything was perfect back in iOS 9. My database size is 33,000 Notes and about 150 notebooks. I contacted evernote and here's what they had to say : "Regarding the laggy behavior, we are indeed aware of this issue. It is specific to devices on iOS 10, and usually occurs with accounts that have a large number of notes. This issue we believe to be fixed in our next release - I don't have an ETA for that quite yet, as our next release will be a fairly big one." I received this reply on 30th November 2016. So, my evernote database which I developed and organized tirelessly all these years since the last 5, is worthless and useless on the go, as I use an iPhone and an iPad with iOS 10. All because I trusted evernote. Evernote it seems has screwed up with thousands of users, many of whom are actually paying customers by providing an app which is completely useless , doesn't allow one to type without horrible lag, doesn't allow one to make searches and is prone to constant hangs and overall horrible lag, as far as their iOS devices are concerned. And they are not concerned enough for their customers and users so as to have it fixed as quickly as possible, instead, what they truly have is 'no ETA'. And this is after months since iOS 10 released. This is less of a sad moment for evernote and users alike and more of a ridiculous thing that clearly shows how Evernote is truly sinking and how nobody cares. This is a matter of deep shame and regret. Have no other words right now.. sighh... !!
  7. Wow! How about minding your own business instead of roaming all over the internet going about judging people and their character by the product they prefer to use personally? And being the touted 'guru' that you supposedly are, I didn't expect you to not know that Evernote forums like all other forums, sends email notifications to everyone who is involved in a discussion irrespective of wheather they use a product or not. And as a user or even a former user, pleople have the right to express their displeasure over a product or service and just because they do that, doesn't make them '*****', as far as people with common sense are concerned. And your beaten advice of installing / reinstalling doesn't do ***** other than mindlessly repeating it the 100th time in the same post/thread. I wish people like you utilized their time in something worthwhile rather than mindlessly insulting people for their choices and preferences. But again, I can't do anything about it.
  8. En db size of 700 MB, and you used it for 4+ years? And still En lags? WoW. Evernote's days are limited, I must admit! It's depressingly sad!
  9. Wow! It's been more than an year, and there's no updates or signs of this ridiculously simple thing being added to evernote. Not only iOS, but evernote for all the platforms has the same issue. Even for me, being a top tier premium user who has about 23,000 notes, and 10 GB of data per minth, the abcense of a progress bar is pretty much the most frustating thing about evernote. It already takes double the time the rivals like Google Drive / Dropbox takes to upload content to their servers and add to this the missing progress bar and it certainly ruins a big part of thebuser Experience. But, it seems, evernote as a company has become too egotistical and arrogant to even listen to its users who expect to be able to utilize some of the simplest and most essential features of a cloud based workspace, that pretty much everyone in the industry has already implemented, probably the day they launched in beta. And here, it all seems to be a completely different story. The recent problems in evernote (The Company) is a sign that if it refuses to get some of the most basic features right, it won't have even a tiny bit of a chance to last the next decade forget a century as they used to say! God save the company!
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