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I've discovered a bug in yesterday's new version of Evernote for iOS. So, yesterday I tweeted @evernotehelps about it. I have a notebook in which every, single note has an image. Yet, the iOS app (on both iPhone and iPad) is correctly displaying the thumbnails for some notes, while flat-out ignoring the images in other notes. I described this in my tweet and included a screenshot (attached below). I chose this screen quite deliberately, because it shows: (a) That most messages are correctly displaying thumbnails; and (b) That two messages are NOT displaying thumbnails. (I also selected one of those messages, so the body of that message would be displayed, demonstrating that there is in fact an image in that note whose thumbnail is NOT being displayed in the sidebar. (c) Finally, I highlighted the two places where thumbnails should have been displayed. Yet, despite the thoroughness of my tweet, @evernotehelps replied: "Please tap the three dots in the upper righthand corner of the "All Notes" screen. Is "show images" checked? /AT" Seriously?! The screenshot clearly shows that images are being displayed! As such, how could anyone officially representing Evernote see that image, read my tweet (also attached below), and then ask me if "Show images" is checked? Respectfully, someone isn't qualified for his or her job.
I recently updated to Evernote v8.0, after immediately opening the app on my iPhone and editing a note, the note disappeared. I can't find the note in Trash and even after searching for it, still can't find any trace of it. I've even checked my activity log, with no luck. Anyone have any ideas?