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It's been things we've been asking for months, but no one seems to be willing to hear, so I thought I might as well try again, especially since these "features" should be relatively easy to implement : - I know it's something that has been widely discussed, but why in hell is it not possible to have THE CARDVIEW OPTION AGAIN ? This really is frustrating and goes against all common sense user experience know-how - there's a bug in the IOS version of the app : sketches are not displayed unless the note is selected, which make it very hard to find them, wouldn't it be possible to display a thumbnail view of them, as it is with photos etc... ? - the ability to add a sketch to a note is a very nice feature; but so annoyingly hindered by the fact that the area is limited to the screen; why not make it limitless, in order to be able to "expand" the plan or whatever we draw there, instead of having to create a new sketch; wouldn't it be way more convenient and logical ? (and since it's vector, it wouldn't be space-consuming) Those are actually the things that make my experience with Evernote frustrating, and they might even make me think of switching to another app (if it exists); I really hope you guys will listen to this and hopefully make the changes... Thank you
Dear Evernote I am a long time premium user. One of the feature that draws me to evernote os expanded card view. I have sorely missed the gone away - expanded card view. The inability to quickly scan more notes per expanded card view has been my savior as I use evernote very heavily to collate ideas from vast amount of notes.
Reinstatement of Card View - Evernote Version 8 Lacks Retrieval Cues of Version 7 Evernote's aspiration has always been ambitious in seeking to provide users with a kind of external super-brain, capable of remembering everything, forever, in an organized, ubiquitously available way, with effortless capture and recall. However, for this virtual repository to come close to being an annexe of one's own brain, a basic grasp of neurology and emulation of the processes by which memory works would be helpful ie. in terms of encoding, consolidating, retaining and retrieving. Neurologists seem to agree that memories are not retrieved by means of a simple pathway, but through a complex web of interconnecting neural networks working together. For this reason the abadonment of the elaborate card-view in Version 7 of Evernote is a big mistake since by drastically reducing the number of retrieval cues, access to stored information has now become much more limited and difficult. In Version 8, browsing through notes, especially those where audio, sketch or attached files are included but hidden, is a dispiriting experience since there is no easy way of knowing where things are, without quite a bit of guesswork and selecting each note preview individually. There is only a single, very lengthy column to look through and no way to skim a large number of detailed previews quickly, as there was in Version 7. The search bar is of little help in recalling important stuff uploaded but forgotten about. Notes may still be stored on Evernote servers, but they are no longer readily accessible. The design of the app may appear less cluttered and the app possibly performs faster but it's at the expense of it's basic function. It's as if one's house has been tidied up when out and all essential belongings unexpectedly stashed away in the dark recesses of a vast store with only a small door to get in and no light. Personally, I have invested a huge amount of extremely important information, from every area of my life into Evernote and it's crucial I stay in touch with it on a daily basis. Having placed my faith and trust in the system, I need it to work reliably. I am sorry to be critical, but it's a serious matter for me and it seems I'm not alone in my criticism of the latest update. I wouldn't like to see Evernote become Nevernote, redundant and unloved. Reverting back to the comprehensive card view is a no-brainer and would be a positive step in sorting out some of the current issues.