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jallred

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  1. This morning I worked on a note for 2 hours, when I came home all my work was gone and it had reverted back to the state it was in prior to my most recent edits. Have you checked your Trash for notes that may have been deleted? Yes, the note is not in the trash, it is still in the notebook, but in a old version Have you checked Note History to see if you can recover missing or deleted content? Yes. This was no help. Have you checked Evernote Web or another device to see if the missing note or content is visible there? Yes. I was editing in Firefox on a Mac and I checked in Chrome on a different mac and in the evernote app on a third mac - it was in the old version in all three places. This is not the first time this has happened to me, but this is the worst and is the straw that broke the camel's back. If I cannot retrieve my 2 hours of work I am going to have to find a more reliable note taking app.
  2. I am losing so much work from the auto-save "feature". I am working on a long document. When auto save kicks in 1 or 3 things happens. 1. Auto save works, but the page goes to the top of the document, so I have to scroll back down and find where I left off. Sometimes this takes long enough that another auto-save kicks in and I get sent back to the top of the document before I find my place. 2. Auto-save kicks in and when I get back to where I am editing I find that all of my work from the previous 10-20 seconds prior to the auto-save did not get saved. 3. It attempts to auto-save, but for some reason it fails and the document goes away except for an error message. When I refresh my browser window a lot of my work is missing. Also, every time it auto saves it creates a new copy of the document. I have to go through and manually delete all the old copies at least once a day which takes awhile since there are often 50+ copies of the document in the left side bar. I've considered turning off my internet connection to see if that will stop auto-saving from working, but I kind of need my connection for research. Does anyone know of a way to fix this issue?
  3. On the one hand, I'm glad I'm not the only one, but it stinks that this was first reported back in November and there still isn't a fix. As mentioned, using AppCleaner temporarily fixes the issue, but the first reboot makes Evernote disappear again.
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