tymbee replied to djhendra's question in Evernote for Windows Requests (Versions 10.0 and above)I'm sorry-- it's BROKEN. It used to work, it doesn't work now, by definition that's broken. Just install the legacy version? Yeah, right. Been trying to do that for an hour. Keep getting message along the lines of "Cannot connect to server. Try again later". So maybe I can just use the online version. Nope, 'fraid not. They graciously "Updated" that to with the same idiotic interface. Perhaps the most irritating and downright offensive of all is the fact that NO ONE from EN has made any effort to at least discuss an issue that has so many users upset. It will take me a long time to get everything out of EN into a more capable system, but that's what I'm working on.
tymbee replied to djhendra's question in Evernote for Windows Requests (Versions 10.0 and above)Ok, let me see if I understand this... Users for the most part, including myself, are almost universally disgusted with the inability to edit encrypted text. I just had to change the password on an account and discovered this for the first time. Unbelievable. Equally appalling is the total SILENCE from EN in response to the input here. HOWEVER, when I opened the app today EN gleefully notified me that they have: We brought back one of your most requested features! Drag-and-drop a note into Gmail or Outlook to insert a link to that note in an email. Uh, seriously??? Have you no shame?! Drag & drop into email is one of the most requested features?? Do you even read this support forum?? I'm left to wonder just what the "developers" are thinking. My guess is that they don't actually USE the program as it's inconceivable that if they did, this new "feature" would ever have made it into the program. As a paid user I put off upgrading for years with the "if it ain't broke" mentality. My needs are pretty basic, nothing fancy, just store and retrieve notes. Used to use InfoSelect but switched to EN years ago. But in a misguided fit of optimism, I recently fell into the deep, dark upgrade pit of despair and went for it. Should have known better. What's worse, I typically keep old versions but this time had deleted many old updates from my download folder. Earliest version I still have is Evernote_22.214.171.12420. Might try to install that, but at the same time, wary of what kind of new mess that might cause. Put me down as a former, long time user who is just fed up with this nonsense and is starting to look at viable alternatives to what used to be a useful program.