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  1. Just don't forget that Legacy version is 32bit only (at least for Windows), and for some huge notes, all users that need to use this version will be impacted. To not harm the users they should provide the 64 Version of it, at least.
  2. I got another answer from Tech Support: " Jeffrey B. (Evernote Help and Learning) Oct 13, 2020, 19:41 PDT Hello Marcelo, Thank you for your reply. We understand your frustration regarding these missing features. We haven’t yet built this feature into the new Evernote app. These features are on our to-do list and we plan on building it soon.
  3. At least in my point of view, they are unifying the product to have a single development team, reducing costs by allowing the Windows team to have the same development base for Apple. This forces them to remove features that are highly dependent on the operating system, such as sending a note via email, changing the font to a list larger than just 5, among other things. What they did was: "we will implement a multi-platform version, release it with what we could provide for both ecosystems, and over time we will implement back what we removed." From a business point of view,
  4. Yeah. At least, some support manager will be get promotion bonuses when their support team will be handle more than 100% increase support tickets in the next few weeks!
  5. Regarding the last buzz about the new 10 version, at least in my point of view, they are unifying the product to have a single development team, reducing costs by allowing the Windows team to have the same development base for Apple. This forces them to remove features that are highly dependent on the operating system, such as sending a note via email, changing the font to a list larger than just 5, among other things. What they did was: "we will implement a multi-platform version, release it with what we could provide for both ecosystems, and over time we will implement back what
  6. At least in my point of view, they are unifying the product to have a single development team, reducing costs by allowing the Windows team to have the same development base for Apple. This forces them to remove features that are highly dependent on the operating system, such as sending a note via email, changing the font to a list larger than just 5, among other things. What they did was: "we will implement a multi-platform version, release it with what we could provide for both ecosystems, and over time we will implement back what we removed." From a business point of view,
  7. The answer I got from representative support: "Hello there Marcelo, Thank you for taking the time to reach out to Evernote Customer Support. This is Jeffrey, and I'll be assisting you today. I understand you'd like to go back to using the older version of Evernote. While we encourage everyone to give the new Evernote app a try, we recognize that there are some scenarios where using an older version is necessary or desired. You can download the Evernote Legacy app by following the instructions in this Help & Learning article: Install an older version of Evernote. If
  8. Yeah, me too. I spoke about Evernote to almost all my work fellows and colleagues and now I was really disappointed. The ticket that I opened in the support was answered today, and the only path that tech support guy instructed my is "Use the Legacy Version". I'm pretty sure that I know which direction the company is aiming at with the product, and for me, it's enough. I'm planning to invest my effort to Notion, and leave Evernote and wishes good luck.
  9. In the End User License agreement, probably have some obscure clause that protects Evernote company from Lawsuits like this. But, we can do more if we make a coordinate social media buzz. Contact CNN? Or another important tech channel? They need to be know that we are all pissed off. At least, I'm in the right moment. How irritating it can be since I'm here in the middle of Sunday thinking about how to migrate my data to another service, instead to playing a video game or playing with my kids?
  10. I made some tests using the import tool, and, here are some important tips: - Don't try to import everything in one batch. Take the small Notebooks and import 2 by 2, or one by one. - Encrypted notes need to be de-crypted before you import them. - Plug you Mac or PC to lan port or a relly fast reliable wifi network. The import tool read your notes and save them directly into the cloud, so, a fast network is important. - You can import using the Legacy version if is installed, or the file exported by Export option. Using the exported file appears to be faster than using the
  11. Looking at what they did to the Evernote last days, probably never. I imagine this is only part of the "IMPROVEMENTS" they have made recently.
  12. Yes, I agree. But, que main question here is: WHEN. When we will have the core features that we need, and for long time the Legacy version will be supported. And, the more important question: is it really worth continuing to be a paying "BETA TESTER"? Because that is what we are being now. We are paying to test a BETA version.
  13. I'm testing Notion: another great alternative, but, there is no offline storage. But, looking great with a tons of features that I asked among the years and have them today. It also have an import tool than can import everything that you have just in one click. This is program that I'm testing right now, until Evernote Legacy is supported.
  14. OneNote have a great tool to batch import your notes. For me, is most close to Evernote that I know. The Mobile app is really good, and the web capture extension is better than Evernote. But, it's lacks some good features that Evernote have (or at least, had). Notion, is another great alternative, but, there is no offline storage. But, looking great with a tons of features that I asked among the years and have them today. It also have an import tool than can import everything that you have just in one click. This is program that I'm testing right now, until Evernote Legacy is suppor
  15. Good to know. So, If you already have 36Gb of data from Legacy version, you will need to download again 36Gb of data, but, this time without any indication or warnig that a Sync is taking place....NICE!
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