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Nowadays we rely very much on apps for our organization and productivity. Often, our cyberlife include social media and social network. The possibility of Tools Integration is great, but at the risk of creating a clutter which will bring us back to a chaos. Evernote gives us a nice chance of reducing the number of apps envolved in our organization and productivity efforts. I'd like to know what You people are doing to cope with the need of being organized and productive without falling in a cybermess. Every insight and contribution to the discussion of this topic is wellcome. Thanks in advance, polycarpo
Just a few days ago, the Evernote Marketing Manager, Andrew Sinkov, posted the following comment on the blog: "We're working on a big Windows update. Stay tuned." ...a big Windows update? Oh, oh... I don't like the sound of that. Will Windows user face the same downsizing of features that the Mac users are facing right now? Specifically, the Mac horizontal view was scrapped into order to squeeze in a new complex program called Reminders (not available on Windows currently). The 5.1.1. Mac users are now being chastised for not being vocal enough in the past about their desires. So as a Windows user, let me go on the record: I do not want the Horizontal view trashed. To be as clear as possible, I want the Windows version to maintain: 1.) the Standard Horizontal List View (Ctrl + F5) 2.) the Awesome Vertical List View (Ctrl+Shift+F5) 3.) the Snippet View (Ctrl + F6) 4.) the Thumbnail View (Ctrl + F7) The reason mentioned, by an Evernote staff member, for dumping the Mac horizontal view was to accommodate the new ponderous Reminder system. I have long preached for simplicity; just add the previously promised Due Date field. The Due Date field is simpler and easier to understand than the multi-tenacled Reminder add-on. The Due Date field could be used with all 4 views. An added bonus - 3rd party developers would have a lot more flexibility than with the bulky Reminder system. I realize that horse has left the barn, so I will just say that I told you several times. By the way, I've been burned by past beta releases and will not go down that road. My only other options are via the Support Channel and this forum. I hope the message gets transferred over to the decision makers in Redwood City. Sergeant Schultz has spoken. Search Code 47ER92