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Metrodon

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  1. Any evidence that the Evernote management made emotional rather than data based decisions? The whole idea of a chinese menu of different tiers has been discussed ad nauseam on these and the prior boards - people will always want to pay for feature x but won't for feature y. The more complexity that gets built into the model the more the cost of management increases as I'm sure you know from your software development experience.
  2. Given that they've actually got the data and they've decided to get rid of their mid-level tier, my guess is that the revenue generated wasn't worth it. Sounds like you are suggesting something that has already failed once. If you have a huge text note, then IMHO Evernote is a terrible solution for your use case anyway. And as you have pointed out there are loads of cheap and free alternatives that can probably do what you need them to do.
  3. At least he's still not CEO - we'd have an Evernote Diet app by now. Probably with photos of food you haven't eaten or something. I haven't really thought this whole product idea through...
  4. Yeah, thanks I'm aware of the process. It's just a PITA and I've got better things to do.
  5. Oh ffs, I should check here first. Why is it still available if if you know it's broken? When will a fix be available?
  6. How do you know any of that? They aren't public - they don't release employee salaries. "righteous act" - wow.... Tweet away.....
  7. And maybe also some thought....Evernote employs people, it pays their wages which helps to house and feed their families. Just because the app doesn't do something that you feel it should, or you feel it's really easy to do, doesn't feel like enough of a justification to me to suggest that you are going to actively go out and damage their business. Because, if you damage the business, you damage people as well. (Don't I sound nauseatingly sanctimonoius?)
  8. I love this stuff. I'm sure all your followers who are also Evernote users will have jumped to Google docs by the weekend. Lolz.
  9. No problem - glad you are back up and running (I was guessing that All Notes was a search but rebuilding the index certainly wouldn't have caused you any harm)
  10. I'm always surprised at the number of people who will install a beta version of an OS on a machine that they are dependent on.........
  11. Press Alt and select the Help menu - Troubleshooting - Recreate Full Text Index Search That should rebuild your index so that searches (All Notes is a search that returns all notes I reckon) will complete correctly.
  12. Historically, Evernote have not provided any sort of support until a Mac OS update is officially released - so....at your own risk.......
  13. Let's face it, the last Web UI was a cluster.... I'm sure the Notebook list will make it relatively quickly.
  14. It's the first public beta....give them a chance. I just wasn't sure if I was missing something.
  15. Am I being really dumb (don't answer that Jeff) - is there a way yet to expand Notebooks in the sidebar?
  16. Still getting the ads - My assumption would be if a customer says no multiple times to an offer that they probably don't want to take the offer up and that we should stop pushing the ads are they just annoying and create a negative perception of the company.
  17. Yeah that's one of the funniest things I've seen on here. What could possible go wrong......?
  18. i believe HotJar is only used on the evernote.com website and not on the service at all. Happy to be proven wrong if you can find any trace once you are logged in though. Google Analytics is pretty ubiquitous, I'd be more surprised if you can find many sites or services that don't have it running. I believe that Tealium data is only available to the paying customer (Evernote) and not back to Tealium or anyone else - again, happy to be proven wrong if you can point me to any evidence. So, although I understand your principle, it feels to me like your concerns may be a little exaggerated in this case. However, in a world of consumer choice, if you are not happy then finding a solution that better meets your needs and concerns is completely open to you.
  19. when i load Evernote, Ghostery tells me that they've got Google Analytics and Tealium trackers running (this is on the old (some would say functional) web app). I remember from a previous thread that they are using HotJar on the website to track user journeys. I'm not seeing anything to be particularly concerned about - if you are worried about the trackers you can always block them with Ghostery or something similar.
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