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  1. Search results text is truncated and display a limited number of results, left panel text is truncated, note list note titles are truncated, tag names are truncated etc.. Please make the UI customizable/adaptive to the lenght of the names of the meta data. This especially concerns the left panel and the pop-out Tags window which should both be manually expandable to cover the whole screen.
  2. Alot of v10 is a mess right now but please at least re-implement the optional navigation feature "Scroll left panel item into view when the item is selected". While it may not be a deal breaker to most (Phil Libin's 5% "problem" maybe), I personally consider it the most important power feature in all of Evernote and it is crucial for my workflow.. 😢
  3. Yeah the window definitely needs to automatically adjust to fit the text being displayed. This is just not working...
  4. Yeah, I've already tried that and I don't have any offline notebooks. And if I disconnect from both Wifi and 4G, I can still access the tag section and expand the sections with the crazy delay, which means that all tags are cached offline regardless of whether you have offline notebooks. And as the search suggestions are instant and as navigation among tags can be carried out without any significant delay on all other versions of Evernote, it seems more like this version hasn't been optimized for larger amounts of data.
  5. I have the 2019 iPad Pro 256GB+4G version. The behavior happens every time for every section. I have no offline notebooks downloading and all notes have been synched. I am however a power user, with 40.000 notes, 1.000 notebooks and 50.000 tags. I would guess that it has something to do with that, but that number is however not even close to the maximum numbers of notes or tags.
  6. Yeah, that tag section is broken for me. I have a lot of data (40.000 notes, 1.000 notebooks and 50.000 tags) and I don't think they developed the new version(s) with their max limitations (100.000 notes, 1.000 notebooks, 100.000 tags) in mind.. Regardless, I prefer if the search function shows everything and not a couple of suggestions of what it thinks I am looking for as that is almost always going to be wrong as I have too much data for it to be able to guess that accurately.
  7. Search suggestions are limited to just 2 notes and 5 tags. Is this by design? I would definitely prefer if the tag search suggestions are unlimited as they have always been... Now when also the tag page isalso broken for me, so that I can't search for tags in there, I have no way to find my tags..
  8. Yes, @Ian Small please don't move forward with the new Android and Windows version before this is fixed... If this is the performance on an iPad Pro i don't know what to expect on other devices.
  9. I am already getting super nervous about that several of these behind the scenes videos show truncated text in different places.. For example in this video @0.55 you can see that the text maxes out at about 30 letters. With all that screen estate, why would you have that limit? I am relying heavily on that Ctrl+Q search on Windows can display up to 100 letters. I therefore sure hope that this isn't going to replace Ctrl+Q search.. Except for that, it looks great!
  10. It does, you just hold down the Shift key when you expand/collapse the level. The workaround above is just needed for "Tags view" and when you want to collapse or expand all levels.
  11. That is mostly correct. If you don't use the Tag Picker, but use Ctrl+Q instead, you also get to see all the notes as a "tool tip" if you hoover over each tag.
  12. Would that limit apply to the "Tag Kingdom" as well? While I am most likely a unique user case (I use the tag hierarchy as a combined tag + mind mapping-system, with 45000+ tags with long names and 30+ levels) and I respect that the product development can't take such rare user cases into consideration, I still want to voice my concerns when a new version messes with my current work flow like the changes to the Android version might.
  13. This sounds like a great step in the right direction for iOS and I am greatful for the focus put on improving the tag experience. I am however a bit concerned for Android. As already mentioned above, you do get a hierarchy on Android when browsing the tags. One of the good things with how the hierarchy has been implemented today is that when you navigate to the child tags of a parent tag, all the screen estate is given to browsing the child tags. My concern with the implementation in the video is that it is unclear whether you can scroll horizontally in the hamburger menu/left panel, or w
  14. As long as this basic way of implementing nested tags isn't carried over onto other versions I am grateful for a welcomed improvement. So, while it's a good way to test new ideas and such on the web, the web is still going to be a bottle neck for power use and desktop versions of Evernote from 10 years ago are still going to be more powerful. The only worrisome part of the video is 0.51 where the list of notebooks to choose from hasn't (yet) been adapted to the lenght of the names of the notebooks. This has always been the worst part of how tags have been displayed/handled on iOS. It give
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