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Using A & B as replacement names for my notes... Text from "Note A" has been overwritten by text from "Note B". All i did was make changes to Note B. I didn't copy anything from Note B, and did not paste anything from Note B into Note A. But now, Note A has all the text that was in Note B, and it has erased all of my text that I had in the original Note A. I have NO clue why this has happened, and it sucks because Note A has been a really important Note that I have been maintaining for the past 2 years. Does anyone know how to help get the original notes back? This seems to be a really weird glitch/error of Evernote.
Versions: iOS 8.4, most current version of Evernote. I'm at a conference, where I have created a single note for capturing my notes on sessions. The note contains text only. I scrolled back to the top of the note, where I start adding text before my previous notes. In the middle of entering and formatting this new text, I realized that most of the text that I entered just a few minutes earlier in this new section had disappeared. I had not highlighted it, so this was not a case of accidental type-over. Whatever the cause, I tried to undo. Evernote undid my most recent typing, up to just a couple of lines worth of text. However, the deleted text did not reappear, no matter how many times I pressed Undo. The problem happened a second time, again without having highlighted any text prior to it disappearing. I'm now at a point where I can't trust Evernote, on which I rely greatly. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.