Software is asking me to upgrade. Finding the so-called comparison chart was an annoying journey. The features only appear when you mouse over each version. Meaning you can only look at one version at a time. If you actually want to compare features, you'll have to memorize what the other two versions contain. Is it hard? No, it's not. Just annoying. And manipulative. It appears that Evernote doesn't really want you to compare features, at least not too closely. Don't think about it, just jump in and subscribe.
The Feedback and Communication "Help" page states, "The best way to share your feedback is by posting in the Evernote Forums". Correction -- if you are a Basic subscriber, the only way to share your feedback is by posting in the Evernote Forums. Basic subscribers have to find the fine print at the bottom to discover that they have to upgrade if they want to email Evernote with their feedback. Fair enough. I guess. Why the misleading statement though? Why should members have to hunt for this information? As well, not everyone wants to give their feedback publicly. A feedback email address should be available, or not so well hidden if there is one.
I did not see a section in the forums specifically for feedback. If there is one, it is not immediately obvious, and I don't have the patience to search the site for it. This "new idea" forum seemed to come the closest to providing a place for feedback. The lack of (or lack of prominence) of a feedback section seems to be another way to bury complaints.
Does Evernote really want feedback?
I do not appreciate the corporate bafflegab and deliberately obscure website navigation. It does not make me want to upgrade my subscription.