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I'm a long time dedicated Evernote for Mac OS and iOS user. I 'live' in Evernote, and without it i would have to work hard to transfer my professional and personal organisational system to another platform. Having made that endorsement, I have a bugbear: The server-side, and multi-platform syncing needs some work. 1. When opening a note on the desktop app, the app makes the me wait until the server has finished syncing before the contents are displayed, even if the note is stored offline. This happens on the iOS version too. It would be better if offline notes were immediately visible, but read-only, until the server-side syncing has completed. Outside of North America, internet connections are sometimes unstable, and this syncing process can take a LONG time. If the internet is only barely there, the sync can take so long it ultimately fails, and the only way to get the app to show the contents of a note is to turn off my system's internet connection altogether, and start up Evernote again, hoping the system hasn't partially synced and corrupted a note (this has happened before). This is a poor way to manage syncing. There should never be a situation, ever, when a note can be corrupted. Just today, I opened a note on my iOS device (this is version 8.2.352903 - the latest version on the app store at the time of writing), and the contents had been replaced by an entirely different note :-o. Syncing triggered a note conflict, and I was able to recover the original contents on my desktop. This should never, ever happen - and I hadn't opened either note. 3. (Because 1. was kind of two issues in one) I have given up ever editing existing notes on my iOS device. If I do, that note will almost invariably come up as a sync conflict when I next view it on the desktop app, creating a very frustrating new note with the entire contents of both versions included. Offering a note-merging option would help, where anything missing from either note is included in one inclusive note, or colour-coding differences. This way I wouldn't have to check line-by-line to see what's missing, and since the edit is usually one or two lines, it would be easy to remove them again using the desktop app. I have tried fully syncing on the iOS device, then fully syncing on the desktop app, so the server has time to check date stamps but it has no effect - I still get conflicting notes. I realise Evernote has grown into a comprehensive tool, with scanning, OCR, business card management and team-sharing functionality, but can't help feeling the core offering is being forgotten. Evernote let's you store, organise, and sync text notes across multiple devices. That's the core offering for me. I've been putting up with this unhelpful synching functionality for a long while, hoping an update would fix it. It hasn't, and so I'm researching alternative note systems that I can migrate to because I do need that core functionality to work elegantly. And when I say 'elegantly', I mean perfectly, solidly, having the same dependably result every single time, every day. Evernote worked this way previous, which is why I fell in love with the system, but the romance is fading... Thanks for reading, Maxim
I greatly hope the following feature: when doing web-clipping on chrome, small black window showing status appears at the right-top of chrome. But at that time(I mean, while I can see the status window), every time when I click somewhere on chrome, the status window disappears. This is very annoying. So could you please fix this problem? p.s.1. Maybe the question I posted a little while ago: <Web-clipping: Can I closr the page/browser while "syncronizing "?> can help. p.s.2 I use web clipper ver,6.11(7dea5a8/126.96.36.1996) on windows. But I recently bought MacBook pro but have not installed/set anything with Evernote. please fix this problem with both win and mac. Thank you for your help.
when I do web clipping, it shows, clipping => syncronizing =>done. (my environment is Japanese so maybe words above are slightly different, but meanings are same.) And if I close the web page(s) or web browser while "synchronizing," are there not any problems? I want to ask you about this in the case of windows and mac. (but I recently bought a mac and have not installed/set anything with Evernote.) P.S. I guess that, if we know/find where data soon after finishing "clipping"（but before "syncronizing") is stored concretely and the specification of "synchronizing," the answer will be automatically clear.... Thank you for your continued help
Hello everybody, I use Evernote Web Clipper with Safari 8.0 and I have an issue that I can't figure out. Since I last updated my OS to Yosemite, Evernote Web Clipper keeps logging out. Every time I restart my Mac and I go to the Safari browser, I have to log in again. I don't know if this is normal, but it sure is a pain. Cheers, Bruno