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  1. I had a feeling but figured I'd put it out there just in case. Thanks for responding! As far as a separate Basic account, I lose all of the features of the Premium account I'm paying for currently. And my wife logs into the same account which is how we are sharing right now. If she could have her own account but still be under the same premium subscription, that could work And yeah I wrote the wrong, I know it's at the note level and not the notebook level for encryption. Either way it's a pain to deal with unless I were a lawyer or healthcare worker, etc. None of my data matters to anyone else. If they want to know what manuals I have OCRd for my kitchen appliances, more power to 'em! Thanks again for the reply. As every year, I have until next month I believe, to decide what to do. There just isn't one good app that has what I want. So whatever I choose will not have all I want. I'm still hoping Evernote changes in a way that is useful to me. Or they add a widget I find useful (or ability to create my own widgets) to their Home dashboard.
  2. So my wife and I both use Evernote on all of our devices (iOS and macOS) and share the same account so we both can see certain notebooks or stacks. I know I can password protect specific notebooks but that's a pain. I see there are workspaces as a concept for business folks. Every other competitor to Evernote seems to include that as part of their personal offerings as well. Is there a way to bring that functionality to the personal subscriptions? Or does it already exist and I just don't know how to set it up? If I could have a specific workspace for all of my stuff that my wife doesn't care about and vice versa then it would be great! Thanks!
  3. I finally caught up to this video and looking forward to the next. What struck me about this video is, as a Software Developer myself, that I saw all of the right constructs being put in place to support the evolution of Evernote towards the features I've been missing. My subscription is about to expire and before I knew this work was being done I was looking elsewhere for my needs. One thing made me pause before pulling the trigger on joining another system: Evernote has been around what seems like forever and has a huge backing of users. From what I've seen through the videos I'm very impressed with the team. But I want to focus on Ian as well. The person at the top of any given company helps determine the cadence and personality of the company. Ian strikes me as a servant leader, which is how I prefer to lead as well. He strikes me as the CEO that asks his team "What can I do to help you?" But more importantly, Ian is a person who cares about society and humans. I can tell based on the last few minutes of this video but also all throughout the other videos, in how he was with all of his team. Ian, thank you for standing up for what is right in this world! I'm so happy to see so many in the tech industry take a stand against racism. Like you, I have no idea what it must be like to be black or brown in this country, and like you I want to do something about it. In my case, I will call out racism whenever I see it and I have two children that will do the same! One more thing, and I've written this elsewhere, but hopefully it'll get noticed here: Being a Software Developer by trade (iOS, macOS, NeXT, WebObjects (if you remember that! :)), I'm willing to dig a big deeper in logs, use utilities, open up iTerm, etc. as a beta tester (and yes I signed up).
  4. Wow, I didn't even know you had a behind the scenes playlist! Hats off to Ian and the team for doing that! I have been in the process of comparing Evernote to other tools. It felt to me for so many years like Evernote was stagnant and that there wasn't any innovation happening at all. The videos are helping me to see that you are actually looking at the full UX! I have a background in iOS development, Web Development from years ago (WebObjects if you've ever heard of it!) and now at work I'm learning to work with Docker/OCI containers and k8s. I'm working on a small scale. I can't imagine what it's like for you all to transform your operations from the older technologies to the modern platforms! I really hope that what I'm seeing is partially a result of you moving to more of a DevOps environment. I truly believe you all will benefit from being able to deploy at will constantly. If you need a more advanced user, I'm fine digging into my Mac and grabbing logs. Hit endpoints with MacPaw for REST apis, etc if you need me to test those out. One thing I'd love to see, for us geeks, is an overall view of your development process. Something you might give at a developer conference for example. I hope you all are staying healthy and safe!
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