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jmagsho

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  1. Same beta version here and I get the endless spinning wheel until the app finally times out and crashes. Probably going to leave the beta over this since no search means Evernote is useless to me.
  2. I can't help but wonder if the changes made over the course of the past year (CEO, move to Google Cloud, pricing, privacy policy, etc.) haven't all been leading up to a sale of the company. This line certainly seems to indicate as much. I would not be surprised if they announced a sale to Google or another major player sometime in the next 3-6 months. Suffice it to say, the changes are disappointing, and Chris O'Neil's response seems like it was more about damage control than actually listening to the response from long-time paying customers. I too purchased a premium subscription within a week or two of trying the free version back in 2009, and I too have watched it morph from a brilliant tool into a bloated app with lots of useless features (work chat, anyone?) that I would never use. Granted, there are a lot of useful things that have been added to EN over the years as well, and I'm sure there will be more, but at what cost? They broke the trust of their users. That alone will surely make paying customers think twice about whether or not to continue paying, and it will certainly prevent educated consumers from signing up for a new subscription in the first place.
  3. I am surprised that this topic has not garnered more interest. This is the one killer feature that Evernote is missing (IMHO, anyway).
  4. This has likely been mentioned before, but location based reminders for notes would be a killer feature for Evernote!
  5. I recently went through something similar with artwork that my kids have done. As luck would have it, the HP multi-function printer/scanner/copier I had been using for years finally failed and I was forced to replace it. I went back and forth quite a bit trying to decide whether or not to buy another multi-function printer or to simply buy a printer and a ScanSnap scanner. What I ended up with was an Epson Expression XP-800 multi-function printer (print/scan/copy/fax). The printer is configurable via USB, wired, or wireless networks and can send scanned docs directly to Evernote. It also has both a flatbed scanner and an automatic document feeder so it's the best of both worlds. I can easily scan all the receipts and other docs I want to keep, and I use the flatbed scanner to scan the kids artwork.
  6. Thanks for posting. I have been looking at new ways to use NFC with Evernote and my Galaxy Nexus phone. I'm going to give this a go.
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