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  1. My guess that this lower resolution text was an idea by Evernote to provide a preview quality version, which when you find the note you want to work on, you open it and it renders correctly. Perhaps they thought it would make the storage of notes more efficient. Just a guess. Anyway, I have the same issue as everyone else, it isn't good, but at least I can take the strain of my eyes by opening up the note I'm interested in... not ideal, but not really a disaster. A very First World problem really, but it would definitely be nice to see it fixed.
  2. Two years on and still nothing? For something that I pay for this seems poor. It surely can't be that difficult to be able to add tags when saving a document. If it is, then someone please tell us why. This is like being stuck in traffic and not knowing why.
  3. Arrrgghhhh. Now I find that the tags list only refers to those tags relating to that particular Notebook. That's silly.
  4. OK found them... little luggage label icon near the search box in the particular notebook I'm currently looking at. The icon should be located in the grey tool bar along with the Notes, Search, Add Note, Starred and Account icons.
  5. Agreed. Tags for me are the backbone of how I operate Evernote. I'm currently trying to access them on the iPad app and can't find them. Please make them easier to access.
  6. Tags please! Just to add my voice. Scannable is great but to be able to add tags would make it perfect. I guess there must be some technical reason for it not to be possible.
  7. I tried OneNote for Mac just now and hated it... I used it years ago (hundreds of years before Evernote was even conceived) and found it useful, but this incarnation is horrible to look at, clunky and slow. I suppose the Windows version will be great, but the OS variation is quite horrible. Evernote is by no means perfect - there are some serious formatting issues with EN - but it's a great deal faster than ON and with the tag system a much better way, in fact it seems a much more efficient way to organise notes... Then of corse theres the web clipping tool which is a deal breaker... so I'm sticking with EN for now.
  8. My Mac automatically updates software from the App Store and it seems I have fallen victim to over efficiency or stupidity or both. I have paid for Evernote Premium but despite the premium epithet the service I've just received is anything but. I have a client waiting for information I have in a note I cannot now access. How is this meant to be a professional piece of software? What were they thinking? Did they not know that many people have their apps set to automatically update - including on their mobile devices. In trying to sort this I have now deleted the contents of this particular note by accident - I'm just hoping I can go back to previous versions and rescue the content. Suddenly pen and paper seem very attractive again.
  9. Firstly I love Evernote and am pleased to see it growing and developing. But one thought I have is the need for more "desktop" functionality across platforms. For those of us who travel a lot and run our lives using iPhone and iPad, having the same desktop functions, such as the power to copy a template note to a new notebook, would make EN much more attractive as a tool for productivity. I am sure there are plenty of technical reasons but life has taught me one thing: developers are very very clever people but they rarely use their products in the real world - hence the reason why user feedback is so important. But thanks for what's been created thus far - it's a good product and one I'm happy to recommend.
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