Response (names removed):
Hello there Name,
Thank for bringing this to our attention. We are currently aware of this issue, and although I don't have an estimated date of when it will be resolved, I can assure you we're working diligently to fix it as soon as possible.
If you would like to roll back to a previous version of Evernote that did not contain this issue, please follow the below steps:
Before uninstalling Evernote for Android, make sure to copy the contents of any unsynced notes somewhere outside of the Evernote app. Any unsynced notes (notes marked by red/green corners) and photos are deleted when you reinstall the app. To save any unsynced photos to your Gallery, tap the options menu (three dots) and select Save to Downloads.
Then follow these steps:
Open the Play Store
Search for Evernote, choose it, then tap Uninstall
Restart your Android device
Once Evernote has been uninstalled, please click on this link to download version 8.8.1.
If you can't use the version from the previous link, then try this link.
Please know that by going back a version, you will be exposed to some bugs we fixed already, the most noticeable of them being not able to login to your Evernote account in more than one Android device at the same time if you use two factor authentication.
For now, I will close this ticket, but if you have any other questions please reach out to me and I'll be more than happy to help.
Customer Support Representative