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Eseifani

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  1. Yes, but it turns out, it was my fault. I had changed my EN password some days ago (routine security) and forgot about it. That is what caused the problem with the clipper. Logging out and in solved the problem. Sorry. And thanx for your help.
  2. The search box on the (Windows) desktop continues to work perfectly fine for me. Not on the Mac. It is quite a hassle to add new terms to a search and almost impossible to edit them; often the easiest way is to delete the whole search phrase and start over.
  3. The problems is not the developers, it’s the management. And yes they have lost focus: Evernote worked far better for me a few years ago than it does today, actually. The search box on the desktop client is USELESS, search is pretty much incapable of highlighting search terms (especially if it is not in latin script) — these things used to work fine a few versions ago. Not to mention quality issues and various bugs. Add to that all the unannounced, unwelcome, unnecessary and no-choice changes made: I’m still smarting over changes to the window behaviour from a couple of years ago; and now this. Meanwhile the developers found the time to create a market place to sell socks and put a button for it in the desktop client.
  4. It will use your real name if you fill it in on your profile page. And I don’t know much about the intricacies of email, but the old system seemed to work fine, and so many other services send emails from my gmail account (the one I use to connect to Evernote) the same way, so why did it suddenly become a problem? And there were certainly better solutions, like asking authorisation to access the email account, or simply, on the desktop, opening a mail window with the formatted note in it and letting you chose how to send it, or giving us a personalised accounts like myname@evernote.com, etc. In fact any solution would have been better than the one they opted for, which is sending notes from an anonymous no-reply account that makes them look very much like spam. But that’s Evernote for you these days: they’ll give you a “marketplace” to sell you socks, but no options on how you send notes. I have never seen a company so completely lose focus on what its paying clients want and expect...
  5. Actually it does not display real name, it only displays your Evernote long-in name, which may or may not be your real name. If my Evernote user name is different from my real name, most correspondents would not guess this email came from ME. And that’s a problem. A big problem.
  6. It used to be that when you shared a note from Evernote (desktop or web), it was sent from the user’s log in address. Now (this started a couple of days ago, apparently) they’re sent from a different account (no-reply@etc), making sure they’ll get caught up in spam filters. And even if they don’t, the receiver would probably not realise the mail comes from ME. Look, Evernote, your reputation is low already, and if you ever want to be taken seriously as a grown up business service you have to STOP changing things willy-nilly and POINTLESSLY. There is a reason why businesses rely on Microsoft products: because MS is very conservative about how they change their products and business people LIKE that.
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