@DTLow Really? If Evernote Premium, which costs the same as MS Office 365, isn’t for serious work then what are we paying for? Doodling space? Sorry for being in a bad mood, but Evernote’s had this issue for years and some updates seem to fix it temporarily but it always comes back. Worse is when you start losing sketches from notes that were alredy saved fine. There’s just no excuse for this. I have always preferred Evernote for organising my work and mainly because the apple pencil writing and sketching experience is much better than other apps. I just wish I could only rely on it more. I have raised this issue to Support in the past and they have recommended upcoming updates, which usually do fix the issue, but then they start happening again. This thread was started in 2016, but this is still happening in 2019, and there isn’t a single comment here from Evernote Admins. Whether the app should be used for serious work or not is besides the point. The point here is that Evernote should deliver on their promises and ensure the app works, and not take paid users for granted, which is how I feel at the moment. As someone who does a lot of work on iPad, I already pay for MS Office 365 which gives me more than enough tools to get my notes done, but I prefer the Evernote interface, and have been a paid premium user for a number of years, and feel like I have to migrate to another tool just because I now primarily take notes using Apple Pencil and can no longer compromise on that.