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  1. We're starting to roll out Evernote for Mac 6.3 to customers. The official release notes are: New: Some people were unwittingly deleting notes by hitting ⌫. Totally our fault for not putting a safety on the deleter. So we changed the key command to ⌘⌫, which is much harder to do on accident (and is equivalent to Finder’s shortcut key). We also added a preference to disable auto-formatting of bulleted lists and emojis, for those who want a little more control. Fixed: Fixed an issue where font information was lost when copying from Evernote. Fixed an issue where URLs for web-clipped notes wouldn't appear. Improved tag auto-complete menu performance. Improved El Capitan visual and stability performance. Thanks again for directing any issues or comments to this post so it's easier for us to find and address. I also want to apologize to Mac App Store free users who may have seen the upgrade notice a lot around Black Friday. I want to assure you that this was not intentional or a change in policy. This was simply a bug that was introduced by our service team when creating this one-time promotion. I'm also hoping you're seeing an improvement in stability. We are seeing a significant drop in crashes with the release of 6.2 and we believe 6.3 will continue this progress. If you do crash we display a dialog that asks for your name and email when you launch the app again. Please fill this out. This is how we track crashes and we are actively fixing the top issues in every release. If you want to download the app now you can get 6.3 here. We've submitted 6.3 to the Mac App Store and will release it once Apple gives us the go ahead.
  2. Today we're releasing Evernote for Mac 6.5. Here are the official release notes. New We changed the key command for increasing or decreasing font size. To increase, hit “⌘>” and to decrease, hit “⌘<”. This aligns with other office productivity applications and allows us to use “⌘+” and “⌘-” for a future Zoom feature. Fixed Fixed an issue where checkboxes didn’t print. Fixed an issue where tags with periods or other symbols wouldn’t be found in the tag filter. Improved initial Mac setup performance for accounts with 1000+ tags. Fixed 7 of the top 10 crashing bugs. Beta Features (NOTE: These are only available on the Direct Download Version) We have a couple of features that are not quite finished yet but are available for beta testing purposes. Zoom - Use “⌘+” and “⌘-” to temporarily zoom in and out. There are a few bugs, including an issue with resizing images when in zoom mode. To try it out, go to Preferences -> Software Update -> Enable zoom. Code Block - This feature basically takes any selected text and converts it to a monospaced font and creates a gray background around the line of text. This also has a few bugs. It’s not recommended to turn this feature on if you’re an Android user because editing the note on Android will undo the code block. This works fine if you’re using the Common Editor beta version of Android, but will break using the standard Android app. To try it out, go to Preferences -> Software Update -> Enable code block. Please let us know if you find any issue and reply to this post so we can find them quicker. If you want to download the build you can get it here. P.S. I also wanted to add with a lot of sadness that this is my last day at Evernote. It's been a real pleasure working with all of you. I think Version 6.5 will be the most stable version of Evernote Mac ever and I'm really proud of the work the team has made on fixing crashing issues and working on sync errors. I also can't wait until you see 6.6. Now that the product is in a pretty stable state, we started to focus on some of the long standing issues that many of you have been asking for and also working on some cool things that will be totally unexpected. I'm disappointed I won't be here when 6.6 finally ships but as an Evernote user I'm going to be ecstatic. Thanks again to all of you in the Evernote community who have commented in these forums and played a big part in making our favorite product better.
  3. Hi folks, I’m excited to announce the release of Evernote for Mac v6.6. Before I present the new features, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself to the community. I joined Evernote HQ earlier this month as the new product manager of the Mac client. I’m absolutely thrilled to manage an app that I have extensively used and loved for years. Evernote has been the essential tool that I’ve relied on to capture ideas and accomplish goals in my work and personal life. Since 2011, I’ve created more than 4000 notes. Over the past several years, there’s been no app besides Gmail that I’ve used more frequently on a daily basis. This new role is so much more than just a job to me. I truly feel that it's a privilege to work with the Evernote team — and community — to continually improve a product that I’ve long been passionate about. I’m committed to doing what it takes to ensure that the product continuously provides a great experience for our users. The team has done a great job delivering Mac v.6.6! Please reply to this post and let us know how you like it! And if you find any issue, please also let us know about it in a reply to this post. You can download the new version here or from within the app. Here are the official release notes: New Effortlessly switch between notes. Introducing a new navigation/search feature that lets you switch between notes and notebooks with the tap of a quick key. Just hit “Command-J” to give it a try. (The previous notebook selector is still available with a new shortcut: “Command-Option-J”.) Zoom is here! Now you can use “Command-Plus Sign (+)” and “Command-Minus Sign (-)” or pinch gestures on the trackpad to zoom in and out of a note. Two of our developers responded to the call of this long-standing user request and knocked it out in our first ever Hack Week. Enjoy! You can now easily duplicate a note from the “Note” menu. Manage tags from the note view. Right-click a tag in the note editor to bring up a menu that lets you filter your notes by the tag, remove the tag from the note, or delete the tag from all notes. We redesigned the audio recorder for easy, intuitive recording and playback (OS X 10.10+). Fixed For a long time the left side nav used to just highlight the “Notes” tab regardless of what you had selected. We know. Now it highlights your current selection. Fixed an issue where local file system URI’s in the source field of a note would open up without notifying you. Fixed several issues that were causing crashes. Ongoing improvements to stability and sync performance. Cheers, Alex
  4. Today we be launched Evernote for Mac 6.4 (build 452969). Here’s a link to the release. The Mac App Store version has also been released. Here are the official release notes: New Start discussions in the Work Chat view with a New Chat button. Improved search behavior: When you clear a search you will be returned to your previous note or view. Search highlighting now highlights only words that start with the search phrase. Fixed When you restart Evernote, there was an issue that it sometimes didn't remember the last note you were on. Now it does. Improved overall stability. Let me know if you see any issues. P. S. An interesting fact is that a majority of Evernote users have upgraded and are now using Apple's latest operating system El Capitan. It's amazing how fast the transition happens on Mac vs Windows.
  5. Today we’re releasing Evernote for Mac 6.5 Beta 1. We’ve been laser focused on quality so 6.5 mostly has a bunch of under the hood stability fixes. Some of these are big changes and could actually cause more instability so please report back if you're seeing weird behavior or increased crashes. Even though we've been mostly working on stability stuff we have a few cool things we’ve added to the Mac client. 2 weeks ago Evernote held it’s first ever hackweek where everyone stopped their day-to-day work to spend a week designing, prototyping and building whatever they had a passion to work on as long as it was related to Evernote or could help Evernote customers. There were 54 separate teams and lots of really cool stuff produced. A couple of these cool things are showing up in this release. Here are some highlights of 6.5 Beta 1. Change We’ve changed the increase and decrease font size key command. It used to be CMD + "+" and CMD + “-“. We are now changing this and aligning it with MS Office and Google Docs so the new key command will be CMD+SHIFT+> and CMD+SHIFT+<. This leaves CMD +”+” and CMD + “-“ for another feature . Beta Features (Hackweek) Zoom - One of our hack week features is the ability to zoom in or out of your note content. Unfortunately it’s not quite finished yet but since so many of you have been asking for this for so long we decided to include it as a beta feature that you can turn on with the understanding that there are still a few bugs. I don’t think the issues are that bad. For example, if you Zoom in and your image reaches the width of the note it will start to shrink when you try to zoom in. Also you can’t really resize an image when zoomed in. To try it out go to Preferences -> Software Update -> Enable zoom. Code Block - Another of our hack week features is code block which lots of our software engineers wanted to have in Evernote. This basically takes any selected text and converts it to a monospaced font and creates a grey background around the line of text. This also has a few bugs. I wouldn’t recommend turning this feature on if you are an Android user because editing the note on Android will undo the code block. This works fine if you’re using the Common Editor beta version of Android but will break using the standard Android app. To try it out go to Preferences -> Software Update -> Enable code block. Bug Fixes We improved the performance of downloading a large number of tags on initial sync. We do not have a fix yet for an issue that cropped up in 6.4 where checkboxes don't print. We're still working on it. As always, thanks for testing the Mac 6.5 Beta 1 release and please report issues you find in this forum thread because I'm tracking it closely. Also let us know about your experience with Zoom and Code Block. You can download the beta here or wait for the upgrade notice to appear in the app which should happen in the next few days.
  6. Today we're releasing Evernote for Mac 6.5 Release Candidate/Beta 3. There's nothing new specifically in this release but just more good stability fixes and some clean up work around Zoom and Code Bloc - menu items and toolbar button disappear when the features are turned off. You can download it from here or just wait for the upgrade notice. Please reply with any issues you find with Beta 3 in this post.
  7. Today we released Evernote for Mac 6.2. The key changes are: A redesigned note editor toolbar and window view that allows Evernote to be shrunk so you can use Split View on El Capitan but continue to use Evernote. Even before I switched to El Cap I found it useful because one is always trying to copy stuff to or from Evernote to another app and these new features allows one to do that.Work Chat is moved to the bottom of the sidebar to emphasize note taking again but to also give messaging it’s own separate space. Along with this is an all new note sharing infrastructure that we believe is a lot more stable and reliable. Finally we added some text-editing shortcuts. Type an asterisk and hit space to create a bulleted list. (“* ”). Type a number then a period and hit space to get a numbered list. (“1. ”). I know some of you have already expressed that you don’t like this capability but we do believe many will like the way this works and will appreciate that it’s much more like a word processor. If we auto-format the text just hit CMD+Z to undo it.Of course we also fixed a number of bugs including some of the top crashing issues and some weirdness caused when running Evernote on El Capitan. The Mac App Store version (6.2.1) was released on 1/17. As always, please give us your feedback and/or issues with this release in this forum so we can spot them quicker. You can download the app from here. NOTE: Beta users who ran 6.2 Beta 4 and do not use English as their primary OS language will NOT be able to upgrade to the final version of 6.2. Unfortunately there is a bug in Beta 4 that prevents the upgrade process from working for non-English systems. Please download the final version of 6.2 from the link above after which everything will work fine. The issue is in the upgrade dialog and not Evernote itself.
  8. We have release Evernote for Mac 6.4 Beta 1. Added new chat button to the WorkChat view. We'll be removing the new chat button from the default toolbar so this is the beginning of this transition. Changed the behavior when clearing search. We now return you to your previous note or view. Let us know if this subtle new behavior works or not. Improved search highlighting so that it highlights only words that start with the search phrase. Before we would highlight even segments within words resulting in too many things being highlighted. This does not change the behavior in the find within notes feature. Fixed an issue where Evernote didn't remember the last note you were on when restarting the app. Continued to improve stability. You can get the beta release from here. As always let us know if you find any issue in the beta. Thanks for helping the Evernote for Mac community.
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