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MJ17

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  1. On second thought, I confess basic app features are indeed exotic to EN. If the feature doesn’t fit into their very small boxy idea of what their app should be, they freak out and act like you are asking for the world. I’ve never encountered such a narrow, stubborn, and anti-user-friendly app company. And that is why I have canceled my subscription. Have fun friends.
  2. lol @ “completely exotic” to expect the notebook name or ID to be attached to the exported note. If nothing else, thanks for the laugh today.
  3. Unbelievable oversight—or deliberate oversight. What do you mean by access the EN database?
  4. The script will grab all the HTML notes with the same notebook ID number, then print them all to a single word file. It will also add title, date, timestamp to the top of the note. Each note will be delimited by horizontal rule in the word doc . So.. Note title , date, time note content ——— Note title , date, time note content
  5. I’m having a programmer develop a script for me that well consolidate all the notes by notebook, add meta data, consolidate, and create word docs (as separate notebooks). .I will let y’all know when it’s done. I will be glad to share it for a small fee (Hopefully I can recoup but I have to pay for this)
  6. Hello, I exported all my notes to HTML but now I need to organize them. Unfortunately Evernote does not put a date and time stamp in the note nor do they include which notepad the note came from. This is very unfortunate and, if you ask me, a major oversight. At any rate, I'm wondering if there's anyway I could somehow merge all of the HTML documents into one single PDF or Word document and, as a bonus, maybe even have them chaptered by notebook name? (That is, assuming the notebook name is in the meta-data)? I looked at the source code for the HTML file and I don't see a notepad name, although I do see a notepad ID number. Not sure how I could ever correlate that with the original notepad name? So frustrating. At any rate, I would be grateful for your solution ideas. Thank you kindly
  7. Ok well it's good to know they are there somewhere. Sure would help to have them with the note content
  8. I just exported my notes to HTML Worked fine after I truncated titles. Only problem is, there is no time/date stamp on any of the notes?? How am I supposed to know when I created the note? Tell me there is a way to include the date and time with the HTML file! please :)
  9. Yes evernote is callous towards the user base. There is definitely an elitist attitude in the company and they don’t take user feedback seriously. Recently some hacker was able to log into my Evernote account because I did not have two factor authentication enabled. Can you believe that? Can you imagine my bank allowing someone with an unrecognized device to log into my bank account from a foreign country? When I presented that analogy to Evernote they basically just turned their nose up at me. I guess they don’t consider our notes to be as valuable as currency. Pathetic. Just one small example of the callousness. And don’t even get me started on this new user interface “update.” It is a complete joke and a mess and has complicated my life greatly. It’s really a shame because Evernote used to be my favorite app by far. But they are just bound determined to run it into the ground. Funny, I have over 20 years experience as a software project manager, product manager, and user interface architect. I have offered my services and consultation to Evernote for free and they have declined. They think they know better than everyone else. Even as their product continues to decline and their user base criticizes them. Unbelievable pride. Oh well. Peace out As soon as I can get my archive downloaded. By the way, company callousness starts at the top. What you are seeing is the attitude of the senior executives at evernote. Execs create that kind of culture of the company when power goes to their head. It always starts at the top.
  10. Why why why would you change a perfectly good user interface and totally complicate it? This new version does not make it easier to create a note or to change the notebook for the note. It makes it harder. It requires more touches. There’s also a massive White space in the main note View. Who made these decisions? Why don’t you consult your user community before you did this? Evernote used to be the easiest app on my phone to use and now it is one of the most complicated. I hate the new version. In addition to this, as I have stated before, it’s absolutely unacceptable that you allow foreign devices in other countries to login to people’s account without a challenge if the evernote account owner has not enabled two factor authentication. You should never ever allow a foreign device in a foreign country to login without a challenge. Totally irresponsible and you are opening yourself up to a major lawsuit.
  11. This morning I received an email from Evernote alerting me that someone in India had logged into my Evernote account. I had to do a double take because at first I assumed Evernote had BLOCKED the attempted login with the new device; but no, to my utter horror Evernote had ALLOWED the login, and it had been 20 minutes since the login and the time I saw the email. That 20 minutes of course gave the hacker plenty of time to access my sensitive notes and download them. I am shocked and angry Evernote allowed this hacker to login to my account without any challenge. Doesn’t Evernote care more about my data than allowing unrecognized devices from foreign countries to wall right in the door without a challenge? As a rule Evernote should block login attempts from foreign countries—or at the very least always always require a passcode be entered if a new device is being used. This is not something that the end-user should have to manually set with two factor security; it should just be the default security protocol, just like banks and other financial institutions use: nee device? Enter passcode sent by text or email. Period end of story. And yes, I changed password, revoked access, and enable two factor security after this burglary, but the point is I shouldn’t have had to! It should be automatic! How many Evernote users right now do not have two factory security enabled and are thus vulnerable to the same exact attack I was hit with? I bet you there are tens of thousands, and all of them are sitting ducks just like I was. My bank would never allow this to happen and Evernote shouldn’t either. I don’t even want to debate this with anyone. This security update (mandating two factor any time a new device is used whether user has enabled or not) should be a TOP PRIORITY change that should go into the next release. If it isn’t I’m canceling my premium account. -Long time Evernote user speaking on behalf of thousands of Evernote users who are right now vulnerable to attack and don’t even know it.
  12. PLEASE add a distraction free mode for writers with no menus or other content on the screen. Just give us an editable version of the “presentation” mode. This should be incredibly simple to implement and make your app very useful for writers. It’s been too long of a wait for this important feature.
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