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  1. UPDATE: I was able to go to the Notebook "Conflicting Changes" which is automatically maintained by Evernote. My additional note line items were there! Yay! It's still no where near a slick as simultaneous editing as you get with Google Docs, but at least I can avoid total wipe out of created content.
  2. Yes, this just happened to me. I shared a note with a colleague that had 5 checkbox items. He opened it and likely changed something. Meanwhile I added 5 more lines, so I have 10 now. He closed the note and Evernote apparently saved it. A few seconds later, I'm back to the 5 checkbox items. The others simply disappeared. OUCH!! I tried gazumped suggestion above to go to Note History (I'm a Premium subscriber), but it only lists "Current version" which did not have additional. My take on this is that it's not ready for prime time sharing where multiple parties edit. For this, we use Google Docs which is seamless. Frankly, I only use Evernote for this as Google Docs has no "checkbox" list option.
  3. I'm a long time user of Evernote on multiplie platforms, but one bug that's been a problem for a LONG time (going on years) is that if you have a photo from any source in a note and want to move it to another note, one would think the best way would be to cut and paste it. One would be mistaken. If you do this, 9 times out of 10, before you can paste it into the other note, Evernote will freeze and Windows will report the application as "not responding" in the title bar. Give it several seconds (20-30) and you'll get Evernote back and can paste. The only workaround I've found is to COPY and paste, then return to the original note and delete it entirely. NOT a great workaround. I've encountered this on 3 different computers. These computers have all had i5 or i7 processors, 8GB of RAM and plenty of disk space. It sure seems to be a design issues - not sure what it's doing during a CUT operation, but it's very intensive I guess.
  4. In the meantime, you can uninstall the Evernote Metro app, go to the Windows desktop and download and install the "regular" Windows version of Evernote and it'll work just fine. I'm finding other example like this where Windows 8 had "two sides". The Metro side is still not quite ready for prime time, it seems.
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