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Steven Eff

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  1. The iOS app has got more features due to return soon so I’m staying put. V10 has been ok for me. The Windows version has been pretty good and the web client is excellent. If v10 on Mac/PC isn’t working for you then I’d encourage users to download the legacy version. It’s a difficult transition for the developers and users but ultimately it will be worth it.
  2. In the past 12 months I’ve moved my notes out of Evernote into all of the following multiple times: Notion, OneNote, Apple Notes, Bear and Day One. All have their benefits and detractors but none could replace Evernote totally. The only app I’ve kept stocked with my notes during that time is Evernote. It is a perfect balance of form and function. It can do heavy lifting but is great for small notes too. The new v10 has a really nice UI which I’ve been experiencing on the web betas for over 12 months. There are some old functions which are missing, but we know they are comin
  3. Yeah, this is one of the things which lets Apple Notes down a bit. It can be done, but it is a case of copying and pasting each item of text and each file one at a time...a heck of a faff frankly.
  4. I'm mainly an iOS and iPadOS user with occasional forays into the Windows and Web clients. Yes, there are features missing which we loved and used before, but Evernote was up front about that and that they have confirmed they're bringing features back once they have migrated the code base for those functions. The only things I am really missing are Apple Watch support and iOS/iPadOS 14 shortcuts API support. There are also features we have never had before which Ian Small and the team have said will be coming in the next 6 months. This is good news as we can agree there has bee
  5. I mainly use the web version and iOS/iPadOS versions and on the whole I'm happy with v10. I miss the following on iOS Printing Apple Watch support Things I am keen to have introduced are the two above as well as Support for iOS14 shortcuts that will run on the Apple Watch In a recent interview, Ian Small talks about the thought of Evernote making more use of location data. I couldn't agree more with this. I'd love Evernote to be a Day One replacement. I miss the Atlas/Map function. A better way to share a notes text and attachments with non-Evernote user
  6. The new Web client v6.6.0 isnt showing any of my notes but when i switch to the old version all of my notes are safely there just as they are on my iOS devices and on my Mac. Any ideas or anyone else experiencing this? I've raised a ticket.
  7. Hi, If you go to Notebook view on the new web client and select the three dots there is an add to stack option including the option to create a new one.
  8. You can press this button to collapse the sidebar in the current web beta.
  9. There is a 'Share Note' feature in the new web client (I'm on v6.6.0) which allows you to make a shareable link orinvite others via email where the recipient can be configured to "Can edit and invite", "Can edit" and "Can view".
  10. I'm running Chrome v80 as well so that seems to perhaps be why we're on the later Evernote web beta. I've signed up for the iOS beta program as well and hope that I can start working with that too.
  11. The nested tags I'm running on web v6.4.1 are brilliant. The display of content is brilliant too and you can filter for reminders now. If the iOS clients work like this I'll be a happy customer.
  12. You should be really proud of this app as it's a game changer for journalling and integrating with Evernote. The ease of use is brilliant and making something easy and simple to use is so much harder for the developer.
  13. Can I just confirm that journal entries aren’t stored on a server other than Evernote? I downloaded the app today and it’s brilliant!
  14. Could you update the version of Evernote available to Amazon Fire tablet users? I know that Fire OS is a forked version of Android but it is at its core Android Nougat so the app will work on Fire tablets. The only issue will likely be around IAP (In App Purchasing) of Evernote subscriptions. Either change that script to make it work or remove it on Fire tablets and then it'll be golden! Please!
  15. Here is the Applet I found earlier. Once you create a recurring reminder for one task, open it to configure is and at the bottom you'll see the option to 'start' creating your own version. This allows you to start making another recurring reminder. Rinse and repeat as required. https://ifttt.com/applets/131277p-create-recurring-reminders-in-evernote
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