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  1. Nimbus is the closest but still feels rough. Here are my observations: Pros The major thing Nimbus has going for it is it's first class support; they get back to you quick and even talk to the developers directly so they can work on stuff. It's also in development which seems really fast. I have no doubt Nimbus will be very far in a years time. Great editor Nested folders Seems fast 5 workspaces Enex files mostly imported without issues Cons Importer does not import 100% of enex in some cases. Its kinda minor but there has been some major ins
  2. I downloaded from the windows store and keep clicking check for updates on my existing EN that I downloaded/installed from the site but nothing. I know I can download from the site the 10.3 version but I want to see how long it takes to even update this app via the store or even the old app!!!! Its been a day; hopefully I am not being impatient 😮
  3. Oh and Nimbus is on Amazon Web Services while Evernote is on Google Cloud for what it's worth! Evernote has over 200 million users while Nimbus only has over a million. Otherwise I'm still trying to play with Nimbus to see if it works out. The major thing Nimbus has going for it is it's first class support; they get back to you quick and even talk to the developers directly so they can work on stuff. It's also in development which seems really fast. I have no doubt Nimbus will be very far in a years time. With all this said and from my previous post, still not sure abou
  4. It's the closest but still feels rough. Importer does not import 100% of enex in some cases. Its kinda minor but there has been some major instances. Sometimes slow performance than even new Evernote. Non-hierarchical tags means a long list of tags. New Evernote dark theme beats Nimbus's. A lot of tools support Evernote import from enex files. Not with Nimbus which exports to html or pdf. So feels like more of a lock in? Transferring notes to another workspace is buggy, slow in Nimbus. Nimbus web clipper on chrome has a lot of bad reviews compared to E
  5. The problem is that Nimbus Notes was getting 502 errors (server down or some issue there end) a few hours ago when I was trialing out by importing Evernote. So Nimbus does not seem stable enough! Might be stuck with Evernote; price and all. Not seen any similar alternatives that I like. YMMV.
  6. Thanks for that! I mean, for example, they barely managed to implement notebook stacks due to the way it was implemented thus my reasoning. Such a strange architecture to implement thats so restricted. Anyway, I am still confused as to what to do lol! Still trialing out Nimbus. What you gonna do? Some people are just gonna stay on EN. For Nimbus, I can export my notes to PDF and HTML but EN won't import those anyway as it was originally. Ah well.
  7. What about the codebase? I heard it was a mess and there were limitations on what they could achieve based on their architecture or choices they chose etc. Isn't it at least partially developers choosing a specific way to code up Evernote that has lead to 1 reason to wanting to recode Evernote? I understand other reason wanting one codebase for all platforms etc.
  8. What you gonna do then? I am finding Nimbus ok actually but I never did use search in any other way than simple in Evernote. Joplin sync can't handle my library on Android or its just too much. I don't see any alternatives! Still looking.
  9. I get you about not burning bridges but Nimbus has this workspace feature. It will make it more organised and show only relevant workspace tags and folders/notebooks. Pros/cons and depends on your needs really. I am still weighing!
  10. 90GB! Holy cow. Would like to know what the actual issues were. I have been importing and not seen any issues thus far though my library size is not that huge! Yeah I asked in Joplin forums but its kinda obvious on how it works that large libraries on Android is just unfeasible.
  11. I tried Joplin with my huge Evernote library. It took over a day to import/encrypt/decrypt on desktop mac/windows. That part I can live with. I can't work with the Joplin Android client though; there is no background sync so my phone goes to sleep in 10 minutes max and so does the sync. So syncing on Android just is not feasible for me; its impossible! So my choices seem to be Nimbus Notes or wait for Evernote to get better. So far Nimbus seems great and the roadmap seems promising thus far.
  12. I have 50,000 notes in my Evernote and, tbh, a lot of it is buried. I do have a tag system like parentTag.childTag.specificTopic to organise it. But that only goes so far. I did some searching and discovered the Zettelkasten method https://zettelkasten.de/posts/overview/ which I implemented using Obsidian (https://obsidian.md/). Now this is only for my hand-written notes. I still use Evernote (thinking of migrating to Nimbus; still trialing) for research/archival though. Nimbus offers another level of organisation through workspaces. I think the Zettelkasten method is really the best
  13. Anyone tried Trilium? Its a really good note taking app. I have been playing around with it but it does need setup as I installed it on my server. But, there are features missing compared to Evernote. I think its a given that there are no note apps that will match Evernote pre-v10. But its good enough! Check it out: https://github.com/zadam/trilium
  14. Hi, as subject says, every time I open EN on Windows, a lot of tags are open. After the empth time I decided I have had enough lol as I have loads of tags organised. Is this a known problem?
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