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  1. Well said. I truly do not agree with this divisiveness, which begins at the top where management has been marginalising a "small percentage" (3-5%, now mysteriously 10%) of users who use "niche" functions such as tags and are just being overreacting whiners. Watch the earlier CEO interview with Tom Solid a few weeks ago to see how dismissive he was of the "5% problem". The more they successfully dismiss and marginalise such "power users", the better management looks. All this is to gaslight and obscure the reality that even EXTREMELY BASIC functions of the app like opening, creating, moving n
  2. YES. That shifting of the goalpost from 95-97% to 90% stuck out to me too. And I fully agree with you, beyond the feature loss is the crippled UX that's frankly so worse to me at least than the missing features. Every additional click, every thing being noticeably slower than it used to be...
  3. Finally they half-address this as a problem, but more positive spin and dangling the carrot of new features and fixes to come. Hiding in Ian's response though is a) more downplaying of power users' woes, b) claiming that the beta/QA was "extensive" when it didn't take long for many of us to notice major issues, c) subtle shifting of the goalpost of how many users would be satisfied with V10 (90% of users' needs... he said 95-97% previously). What continues to worry me is that beyond the features missing, the UX has gotten so, so much worse (more clicks, shortcuts don't work, you can'
  4. I cannot be the only one seeing the jarring discrepancy here between what EN defenders are saying and what EN is plainly saying about its own product. The folks staunchly defending Evernote are fervently saying that V10 clearly isn't a finished product, and the hysterical whiners should just patiently stick to Legacy while V10 catches up and stop complaining, or just quit already and move on since they hate EN so much. But CEO Ian Small himself said plainly in an interview with Tom Solid on YouTube that, from EN's perspective, only a "very small minority" of users would feel bother
  5. Sigh so this is happening to me too. I'm on 10.4.3. By the way this is my first post ever on these forums, have been an extremely happy and silent premium for most of the last decade and I feel really betrayed by this *****. I know there's a strong contingent of die-hards who denigrate people who are complaining here or suggesting that we move to other apps, and understand that from their perspective all this is not constructive and should just be patient. I get where they're going but it doesn't change the reality that Ver 10 is user unfriendly at best at plain unusable at worst,
  6. This would be great. Simplify formatting should only remove the formatting like fonts / etc. that were from the original website / article, and retain the formatting that users applied - such as bold / underlines / strikethrough and yes HIGHLIGHT. Another thing: for me, "simplify formatting" also tends to crash the entire program fairly often.
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