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  1. The crux of the issue for me is that quitting is not logging out. This is not what I expect, it's counter-intuitive (and dangerous). The way Evernote seems to work, both on my Mac and iPhone, is that if I just quit Evernote, it’s not protected. Launching the app opens it up logged on, so anyone who gets onto my Mac or my iPhone also gets into my Evernote without having to log on. This is too easy an error to make (from a security point of view) and one which I’ve been making unknowingly for months. So, I think you might want to add an option to your app so that when quitting Evernote one can choose to do so without logging out or with logging out. Those who don’t want to be bothered with this prompt should be able to opt out of it in preferences, but for the rest of us, security-aware, we could have this work so that either every time we quit we also log out, or we get a choice each time we quit Evernote. Please let me know if this option is already available and I just haven’t seen it, or if it can be made available. Thanks, FrogPhotog
  2. Hi, before the last update (actual version 6.0), when I quit Evernote it used to automatically log me out. Now, if I don't want others to enter my Evernote, I have to log out first then quit it. I don't think this is very clever, specially in some offices or in other places where you sometimes shre your computer with others, or others may access it during lunch hours, for example. If you don't know this "new feature", your data may be exposed to curious people. Maybe you could include an option for logging out when quitting on preferences so, those like me to prefer the old way can use it and those who prefer the new way will still be happy. As I see it, "sync before quitting" is also gone! It makes no sense if the edited data is not available everywhere... People are humans. We forget things we want software to help us not give us more things to remember, specially when we didn't had to. These changes doesn't make too much sense to me but the better way is to give us the option to embrace them or not on preferences. Let me customise Evernote to my needs and taste. By the way, the new look is much better. Thanks, José Eduardo
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