Not only did I send an email to evernote support but also chated with someone as well and this was the response and suggestion until it's fixed, if it ever is. I have spent the last couple days looking at OneNote and really like what I have seen. Unfortunately Evernote lost focus and got behind the innovation curve and perhaps with a new CEO they may find there way back but frankly I don't see how they can keep up with Microsoft that has been running full tilt as of late.
Anderson A. (Evernote Help and Learning)
Apr 10, 15:21 PDT
Anderson here. Thanks again for chatting with me today.
After consulting with our Senior Advisors it appears that this support is no longer available in the Android version of Evernote
I definitely understand how this is a useful feature for Evernote and I am going to be submitting this a feature request on your behalf. We always appreciate feedback and feature suggestions from our users, so I will make sure that this information is passed along to our product team for their consideration in implementing in future versions of Evernote for Android.
Please let me know if you have any more questions or if you would like to submit additional feedback and I will be happy to help.
All the best,
Matt W. (Evernote Help and Learning)
Apr 10, 18:38 PDT
Thank you for contacting Evernote Support.
My name is Matt and I will be assisting you with this saving issue you are experiencing after editing your documents. This is something that the team is currently looking into right now.
In the meantime, the easiest workaround would be to upload the documents to Google Drive and to put them into your notes. Any change done with these documents will automatically be synced back to the Google servers.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.