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  1. Today I messed up a note and needed to restore an older version. Well, it worked, but the user experience is just terrible: 1. Design: The dialog looks awful and does not match the Evernote Mac interface. 2. Preview Function: There is no way to preview older versions. You have to fully restore a version to see its contents, which makes picking the right version a pain. 3. Restore into the original note: It is not possible to overwrite a note with an older version. When restoring an old version, Evernote always creates a new notebook, which then contains a new note with the restored version. Who needs a separate note and separate notebook? I usually copy over the note's content to the original note. Then I delete the notebook Evernote has created.
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