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  1. Version (304720) / Windows 10 When typing in the Body of a note, the cursor jumps up to the Title of the note every few seconds. Turning "Set New Note Focus To Title" to OFF in the Tools/Options/Notes dialog stops this errant behavior. However, it also means the cursor is in the Body of the note when you create new notes, which is not ideal, but it's better than having the cursor jump around unexpectedly!
  2. I just spent 20 minutes of my life in online chat with Evernote support asking about this. Apparently they don't even understand the issue, so let me spell it out simply: Say I have 500MB of cached workbooks on my Android.Now I need to use another account (or in my case, a co-worker needed to access some of his data)IF I LOG OUT, I LOSE THAT 500MB OF DATA STORED ON MY DEVICE AND HAVE TO RE-DOWNLOAD IT WHEN I LOG BACK IN.If I'm out of range in the interim (a likely scenario), I have to live without my data being available until I get back and it's re-downloaded.Frankly I don't see how I can make it any clearer that this is a huge inconvenience, not to mention costly to me in terms of download time and data which goes against my personal data plan. There are other programs which handle this sort of thing MUCH better, simply keeping the two accounts' cached data separate from each other and offering an option to "wipe" the old data when an old account is removed. I don't understand how Evernote can be far ahead in so many other ways, and yet so far behind in this one. Especially since it's obviously been a requested feature since 2011. And if I read the preceding comments correctly, the iPhone app DOES have that functionality? Man, is THAT ever a slap in the face to Android users! I did take a few minutes to ask a few of my co-workers, and they all say, "No, I don't know if you can do it, but that'd be an awesome feature!" Most of us have data that we need to keep separate from work. I understand that Google+ is similarly blind to the real-world consequences of mixing work data and personal data, which is why I have divorced from G+. How can two such forward-thinking companies just not get it? Oh well, I guess we'll get this feature when enough people move on to other platforms. /rant
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