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Good day all, First off, let me say that there is a lot that I like about Evernote. It has a nice interface, it's easy to use, and syncs extremely well. I sync Evernote on 4 devices and it has only had a few syncing issues, and most of the time when a sync issue comes up, I can see the Conflicting Changes that have occurred. However, I do have 2 gripes with the application so far. I just signed up for Evernote Premium. I'm interested in trying out the premium features, but really liked the idea of having multiple notebooks. I wanted to create multiple notebooks so I didn't clog up 1 account. Let me start with my first gripe. My first gripe is that I think you should be able to create an endless amount of sub-folders or stacks in Evernote. I can't begin to tell you how many times I wish I could separate something out into several different sub-stacks. I really wish Evernote had this option. Secondly, I find that switching between different user accounts to access other notebooks is rather simple. But, it only shows the last notebook you accessed. I want to be able to see all of the notebooks I have synced up to all of my different email accounts. I don't even necessarily think that one should need a separate email address to make a separate notebook in Evernote, but alas, I'll work with it. There are many different facets to my life that are unrelated to one another. I think these different facets would be organized best by having separate notebooks that I can access. I really wish I could just select File at the top of the menu, and see a list of all of the Evernote notebooks I have. Can't this data be cached on the local PC and store all email accounts that have logged into Evernote from that PC? I don't want to sound like I'm bashing, because I'm not. I really like Evernote. I just wanted to point out some of the frustrations that I've encountered and wanted to express them on this forum with the hopes that it will spur some change or at least, start a discussion pointing out the logistics and flaws of my frustrations. I'd appreciate any feedback. Sincerely, Speck