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  1. I know... it's really tough to know the "right" move to make. And I'm sure everyone's situation is different (e.g., different features of the "legacy" EN that one uses), which may lead to a different roadmap. I've installed the legacy version and will keep using that for a while (especially since my subscription is paid through next September). I am performing monthly backups so at any point I can take those backups into any other solution that supports importing of EN-formatted data... just in case EN goes belly-up. At the same time I've installed and keep Notion open to force mys
  2. Unless we're talking about a one or two person shop running out of someone's garage, developers are not the final say in these decisions. There are business analysts, architects, Team Leads, project managers and--especially for a flagship product--senior IT management (e.g., CIO, CTO, etc.). I'm not saying developers have no responsibility for the direction of the code base, but I've never seen a professionally-run software development shop that totally let developers do whatever they wanted to do with no peer / code review, adherence to corporate software development standards, etc. If
  3. Interesting. I did not know that... Thought EN was still going through VC funding. Ages ago I was a LogMeIn customer for quite some time. Signed up when they started and got a "lifetime $$$$ annual renewal offer" (Think it might have been like $39 / year). A few years later they totally did not honor the original deal even though I raised it up through the customer service ranks and showed the original email order confirmation. Left a very bad taste in my mouth about that company. Coincidence? Big Coincidence? [Go for it, Seinfeld fans!] I think perhaps not.
  4. Agreed. And nice that they have what appears to be a fairly solid Evernote import option. I too have been impressed.
  5. First of all, let's not blame developers for what senior and project management failures exist in Evernote. As both a software developer and a project management professional (PMP), I can attest how projects like this play out and this is not a developer-driven collapse. I think even suggesting it is is unfair to the Evernote development team. Next, I too have been using and paying for Evernote since 2011--daily! Overall I still consider my Evernote experience positive when considering my entire history with it. That said, the past two or so years have been quite lacking--in my opinion--
  6. I thought was the last version prior to the #SAD Version 10; Do you have a link handy for downloading EN 7.x? Thanks.
  7. I've downgraded back to version 6.* of EN for now, but did look at and was impressed by Notion.
  8. Indeed. If V10 was a Train, Plane or Automobile we'd be looking for stand-ins for John Candy and Steve Martin!
  9. imho: For all the reasons one can conclude Evernote is managing their software platform migration exceptionally well and their current top-of-the-line production release (version 10) is extremely useful and functional, there are also many reasons others can conclude Evernote has mismanaged their software platform migration and have let loyal customers down given the high bar Evernote has set in the past. We don't need to convince each other which is the "right" conclusion--we can agree to disagree and agree that it's all subjective based on each of our uniqueness as individuals and how we
  10. Hi Daniel - Try https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/360052560314 which should have a link for downloading the special legacy version. Hope this helps!
  11. DTLow (and others): My bad... I should have found that on my own. Thanks for pointing it out to me. _____/ Regards, ____/ al
  12. Hi all - Does anyone know of a way to do the above? I will need to find / decrypt all of these before I jump off the SS Evernote before it sinks. TIA! Be well and stay safe!
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