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Jeremye

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  1. I imagine that "power users" (whatever that means to anyone) is not as significant as we think. They just happen to be the angriest when things go wrong. I also have to imagine that a lot of the users who are relying on the power use fringe cases are also not the same ones beta testing and willing to break their workflows, but they'll be the loudest when the changes come. I would consider myself a power user, but not at the level of some of the people here. That means people will ask me questions about Evernote, I actually have a decent amount of structure, and I use keyboard shortcuts.
  2. I don't think it's a truly awful upgrade. I enjoy the cross platform unifying in look. I enjoy the ability to drag and drop bullet points, I enjoy the ability to input headers with a '#', I enjoy the simplification of fonts, and I even enjoy the tags on the bottom. I enjoy the new "New Note" button and the ability to add a template right off the bat. I enjoy that the service Filterize still works. Reminders picker is better and the ability to view my tag hierarchy on my iPhone is long overdue and appreciated. So if I'm being selfish, as most of you are, my workflow was not interrupted. It
  3. I don't get what you're trying to do here. Who cares if you're leaving? This isn't an airport, you don't need to announce your departures. You don't think people have already decided to leave if they're unhappy? Are you staging a coup? Despite others being upset, I am extremely excited about these updates. Just move on and stop filling the forums with your negative attitude.
  4. Not to be too nitpicky, but Evernote technically is free. Anyone can use it. I know that it doesn't make it any less frustrating, but I think it is an important distinction.
  5. @Shane D., the Drafts app is an inspiration. I have a button for a quick voice draft, typed draft, a shortcut to my inbox, and a shortcut to a specific workspace. I have attached a quick little video to show you how I currently have it set up. I think I would use it for quick capture (kind of like the menu bar app on Mac), quick scan, jump to my inbox, a specific saved search or notebook. It may be nice to see a reminders widget for upcoming reminders. These are just some off the top of my head that I know I would use for sure. FullSizeRender.mov
  6. I know you guys are probably really busy with everything else, and I'm sure you're aware, but widgets would be baller.
  7. I have to image that a lot of stuff will be able to be implemented still right? At the most basic, Apple Script is just updating data which will then have to get parsed through the Conduit. Kind of like I can copy and paste a folder with right click, or I can copy and paste a folder at the command line. That's my hope at least lol.
  8. Leave it to this crew to argue semantics about a positive article lol.
  9. Have you look at Omnifocus? It's pretty much the Big Kahuna in terms of task managers, and it has relaxed some of its opinions of how things should work in version 3.
  10. @jefito that was it. Much like the Windows app, the Mac app ignored it as well. Thanks for the help.
  11. I have a note that the the title is not being found via search. If I search anything from the body of the note, it's not a problem to show up, just the title. The first image shows the note existing in the browser, the second image is searching the title, the third image is doing the same search on the Mac Client (where it appears via search). Using Safari Version 12.1.1 (14607.2.6.1.1) Image 1: Image 2: Image 3:
  12. It would be a real bummer if they didn’t. But I suppose in pursuit of unifying code across operating systems it may move further down the priority list.
  13. I really enjoy that the notebook the note is in is always visible now. I clicked there to try and move the notebook. When it opened up the whole notebook in the sidebar it made sense that that was the behavior displayed, however I am used to opening the the move note dialogue on the Mac app. That's more intuitive to me, anyone else feel this same way?
  14. That stinks 🙁 I seem to be doing alright with my clipper on Safari (except for bookmarks sometimes).
  15. @jefito I did, two posts above yours. The first four posts of this thread don't try and understand the problem, they just offer suggestions. And it was passive-aggressive, from all sides. Why even respond to this post originally? I was simply shedding light on my view and feeling of the posts I see in these forums. Even DTLows post above yours says he doesn't try to understand the problem, he jus stays "Perhaps the OP has an interest in opinions on the alternatives, and ways to migrate..." but he never asked that. Again, not understanding the problem, just offering solutions.
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