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It would be great if fonts used in web-version of published notes had support for Cyrillic characters (moreover, they have to be international — you have users from all over the world). Otherwise, web-notes look ugly and it makes web-publishing feature not so useful — I don’t want to share ugly notes with my colleagues or partners. Take a look at a screenshot I attached. It indeed looks ugly because of mix of fonts. Especially when there's such a mix in one sentence. I'm pretty sure that this feature (publishing a note to web) is one of good ways of new users acquisition for you, so I think it worth spending just a little time searching for good international fonts. I hope you will take this feedback into account and do something with it. Best regards, Your User
Hi there, despite the bug fix in version 18.104.22.16808 the international version of Evernote is still not syncing in China. It still tries to connect to app.yinxiang.com. Here is the activity log: 12:28:34  Client synchronization started12:28:34  0% Connecting to app.yinxiang.com/edam/user12:28:34  0% Updating user "submono"12:28:34  0% EDAMSystemException: errorCode=INVALID_AUTH message="authenticationToken"12:28:34  0% Session terminated abnormally, elapsed time: 0s12:28:34  0% * sent: 131B, received: 57B12:28:34  0% EDAMUserException: errorCode=INVALID_AUTH parameter="authTokenProvider.ensureAuthentication"12:28:34  0% Session terminated abnormally, elapsed time: 0s12:28:34  Client synchronization finished, status: failed12:28:34  * error: Invalid username or password12:28:34  * elapsed time: 0s This is becoming very annoying. Please fix again! Thanks, Sven
My husband has started a real estate firm in the UAE and we are experimenting with the free version of Evernote to see if it will work for his business. Here, there is no MLS and I basically pound the street, going from building to building to find apartments/houses for rent that meet our clients' needs. I used one notebook and created a new note for each building. I took photos of the apartment directly into the note. My husband viewed the shared notebook, called the client and described the flats to her. The idea is to build a catalog of buildings, so we can refer to them later with other clients. It worked well except for one LARGE glitch. The photos are HUGE, making them too cumbersome to flip through even on the PC version. I tried marking them up later with Skitch, but it was such a tedious process (open with Skitch, exit, scroll back from the top to the next photo, open with Skitch, exit, scroll back from the top) that a gave up. I take about 30 photos per apartment, keep in mind! Does anyone have any tips for using Evernote better in our situation? I've already maxed out my monthly free allowance because I could not resize the photos within Evernote, and I don't want to switch to Premium until I know this will definitely be the right product for us. Someone suggested using the Food app. Any thoughts? Thanks!