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  1. Hi @Mariad. If you have the notes in multiple devices, that indicates that the notes have been sync'ed, so at least we know there wasn't an issue on the old computer. On your new computer, have you seen any changes? If you had a lot of notes, it might take time to download them to the local storage on the new computer. Can you provide more details on what you are running on the new computer? Mac/Windows? That can help with where to pull logs from to see if there's a problem pulling down the content from our servers.
  2. @Casper001 We've been sharing Behind The Scenes videos of the re-architecture work we're going through now. They give insight into the direction we're going and the type of improvements we want to make. Beyond that, the CEO has a mantra of "under promise, over deliver". We don't want to promise any specific changes or timelines and then disappoint if we miss those. With that said, I think our users will be pretty excited for a lot of the changes that are already in the pipeline.
  3. @Daniel Stimpson Thanks for following-up. I will let the IFTTT team know. Since the fix wasn't made on our side, we didn't have a formal review process to validate it. I assume they did on their side. Good to know it's working.
  4. Hi @Daniel Stimpson. I actually just recently heard back from IFTTT a couple weeks ago. They believe they addressed the issue and are asking to confirm if the problem is still occurring. Are you still experiencing any issues?
  5. I wanted to follow-up to point out that I don't believe there is a way to recover a note that was deleted and removed from the trash. This is only for existing notes.
  6. @RichB Yes, the content can be recovered. We snapshot the note at regular intervals, depending on time since last snapshot in combination with percent of the note that has been changed. Here's a screenshot from the Mac version. Each of the snapshots is clickable and brings up a view of the specific version. Clicking the "Import" link will create a new note from that version. It won't overwrite the existing note.
  7. @markjl It's on our list and being actively looked at right now. I can't give a date for implementation, but we're definitely not forgetting it.
  8. @Adeebk That looks like a pretty old version of our Mac client. The latest versions do not have a notebook view like that. They do support the shortcuts, though. You can just drag notes over to the shortcut nav area to add them, or select "Add note to shortcuts" in at least a few different pop-up menus for notes.
  9. Thanks for the feedback @_Rob_. I assume you are using Firefox? Please let us know if you have any specific feedback.
  10. @liamfry Are you using Firefox?
  11. Hi @achaigne. We store history for all users, so if you upgrade, the history of an existing note will become available to you. You would need to upgrade to a Premium plan, though, and not Evernote Business. Evernote Business is a separate product with a distinctly "business-only" user. Upgrading to the Evernote Business would result in the creation of a new user that is separate from your current personal user.
  12. Hi @KelseyDH. Thanks for the feedback. This is an issue that has been addressed in the new editor that we're actively working on. The editor is able to distinguish code blocks as a unique object that should not have autocorrect applied to its contents. The new editor will be incorporated in all of our new clients that we are also actively working on. I'm sorry that I can't give you an immediate solution to this right now, but the issue will be solved as we rollout the new editor and clients.
  13. Still here. 🙂 Just not making any further comments on the subject. Also, been super busy recently. Commenting on the board is something I do on the side when I have a few minutes, not as part of my day job.
  14. I completely agree. I experience a similar lag for my Evernote business account. I'm hoping this gets addressed very soon. I think it's something that will completely change (and get better) as part of the architectural changes we're making. Sorry to hear the experience did not get better afterwards. I'll check with the team if they have any ideas on if there's something else going on.
  15. @gazumped Did the new beta UI ever actually load for you in Brave? The first time load of a large account can take some time since it's trying to load all of the metadata for your content to the local storage of the browser. I think the team is working on improving this to be faster and more asynchronous. The hard thing is loading a usable UI before you have all the metadata you need to populate the UI, like all your notebook names, tags, etc. As long as you don't completely wipe your local browser cache, subsequent loads should be significantly faster since it will only load differences. This would be similar behavior to loading a local client (like Mac or Windows) with no local database.
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