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  1. A recent update finally fixed this long-term sync problem. I’m a happy camper.
  2. I, for one, appreciate the fix to synchronization. I was ready to pull the switch to another application when the duplicate note problem was finally fixed.
  3. Which app did you switch to? I've tried Joplin, but didn't like several features.
  4. Note conflict problem. We've shared comments about this in past years on different threads. I always make sure that Evernote is only running on one device at a time, force a sync after all changes, etc. Still days later, if I open the Windows desktop app, a note conflict appears with one of the conflicted notes being days old. I've given up sending Evernote support log files. Years ago they recognized the program bug, but it has never been fixed. I realize that not everyone has experienced the note conflict. My guess is the Windows app does not sync from the Evernote server when it first opens. On occasions, my iPhone app has identified a note conflict, but this rarely happens.
  5. This problem has been going on for years. For me, none of the suggested solutions have worked. Despite being a user for 14 years, I’ve given up on a solution.
  6. For those looking for pricing feedback, I was just notified that my premium subscription would increase from around $44 ( I forget what U paid last year) to $64. I might be ok with the increase if the syncing worked, but I’ve given up on the “We’re aware of the problem” response.
  7. You’re lucky. I’ve had this problem ever since “upgrading “ from the legacy version. In my case, the problem seems to occur most often when opening the Windows app. It’s as if the Windows app doesn’t sync with the Evernote database when first opening.
  8. Since this synchronization bug has existed so long without being fixed, we should accept the fact that Evernote is best used as a single device application.
  9. I’ve been manually syncing (even though it’s buried) EVERY time I edit a note on my iPhone and iPad. Despite syncing, I still frequently experience the duplicate note problem. This has been going on for years and I doubt it will ever be corrected. If someone has identified a similar application that works well in iOS and Windows, please let us all know.
  10. Long time problem that they know about and has never been fixed. Don’t hold your breath for a solution.
  11. Long time problem. Evernote knows about and either won’t or can’t fix it. It was never a problem with their legacy version.
  12. Unfortunately, manual syncing, which I do every time, doesn’t eliminate the duplicate note problem. They know it’s a problem and haven’t been able to correct it. Evernote has become a one device application.
  13. PinkElephant, I am careful to only have EN open on only one device at a time. The duplicate note problem occurs regardless.
  14. I share your pain. I provided them with multiple log files, and on July 1st they responded and said "We're currently aware of this issue and working on a fix that will be in an upcoming release." Let's hope the fix is sooner, rather than later. As is, EN is best as a single device app. Today I received an email saying that version 10.17 (windows) has made improvements to address the issue. Unfortunately, I'm still encountering the problem.
  15. I've been having the same problem for several months. Most recently, I've made sure that my iOS app and Windows 10 app were never open at the same time. When using the iOS app, I always forced a manual sync and, when using the Windows 10 app, always waited before quitting the app. For the past week, all of my updates were in the iOS app and I forced a sync before closing. The updates were always reflected the next time I used the app. However, as soon as I tried to use the Windows app, a duplicate entry was identified - the most current one and one that was one week old. If Evernote can't be synced consistently, its "one device" limitation should be clearly identified.
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