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  1. Oops, almost forgot. There is a guy I want to warn you guys about, his profile picture is an owl, if my memory doesn't fail me. I forgot his name because it is not even worth remembering. He has a status of 'Guru', a real die-hard Evernote advocate. He is the most ignorant person I have ever seen, guess he is the stuff a developer's dreams are made of. Here are some stories about him. When people asked for Linux support, "No, only minority use Linux as their OS. " When people moaned about the new pricing model, "Evernote has every rights to raise their price because the application
  2. I just wanted to share my opinion. If you don't like my opinion, fine I have no problem with that. Are you annoyed because of me keep talking bad about your favorite application? I don't care. I just want to spread the words about Evernote is abysmal product.
  3. DO NOT hesitate to quit Evernote. It has been bug-ridden for so many years and the developers just don't even care to fix the most basic bug. The UI IMO is badly designed. Don't even care to vote for any feature requests, they don't listen to user feedback. If you don't believe me, go to feature requests side. You will see requests dated back to 2013 and haven't receive any response from them. There are so many better alternatives out there. My advice is move on and don't look back.
  4. I don't think that people are staying with Evernote after all these ... stunts. I'm pretty sure that many users including long-term ones are leaving because "If you had once lost the trust of your people, you will lose their respect forever".
  5. If you want to add your own notes on a clipped article, try OneNote. It allows free-form editing, which means you can add marginalia at the sides of the clipped article. It also has a web-clipper. It may not be as good as Evernote web-clipper but for most part it works just fine.
  6. I just want to tell people that DO NOT get your hopes up on total encryption or better encryption or anything at all from Evernote. They didn't make a U-turn on their plan, they just put it on hold temporarily to let things cool down. They are going to implement their machine learning plan, one way or another. Machine learning requires access to users data and encryption will certainly limit their access. Besides that, Evernote has always been able to peek into your notes anytime they want, even before the policy change. It's totally up to you whether you still trust them. I was a
  7. In 2014, Evernote promised us general quality improvements on the core product. After few months, they released work chat and presentation mode. Majority of annoying bugs remain unfixed. How many users out there really want to chat or present in a note-taking app? http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2014/01/04/on-software-quality/ In 2015, Evernote promised us a better writing experience, a better editor. After one year, the editor is still buggy and the experience still sucks. What we get is useless Google Drive integration. https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/09/22/the-future-of-writing-in-ev
  8. I am surprised by how people can be so forgiving after this kind of debacle. Sometimes, you just can't undo the damage done. I am still not convinced that my data is secure in Evernote. Let's put the privacy stuff aside, to be honest, I haven't seen any notable improvements on the core product. The editor still feels buggy. Problems such as table handling, printing, highlight color and many more that have been mentioned in this forum since few years back are still exist. It's been one year+ since this https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/09/22/the-future-of-writing-in-evernote/. Apparently, you
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