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Posted by Robert Luke
Sep 26, 2020 at 03:25 PM

 

Thanks very much for the video link. I found it encouraging and a bit of a relief since I just renewed my premium subscription only a few days ago. I’ve been a user since 2009 and have tried what seems like all of the alternatives but keep coming back. My own web of notes, links, and annotations are simply done best and look the best in Evernote. The availability of Skitch annotation of graphics in notes is a huge advantage, unmatched by any other note-taking system.  All, IMHO, of course. My top two wants, other than Evernote company survival, are individual paragraph linking the way it can be done in OneNote and the ability to embed YouTube and Vimeo videos in notes.

 


Posted by Robert Luke
Oct 7, 2020 at 08:22 PM

 

Welp, I just backed up all my Evernote notes by importing them into Devonthink and downloaded Evernote 10.0 for Mac. It’ll take me a little bit to sort my way through it, take more notes, and decide whether I like it or not. And then I’ll wait for these frequent updates that Ian Small promised. The new version doesn’t have the Context function, which I have always liked. Dunno if that’s a permanent loss or if it will reappear in an update.

 


Posted by Hugh
Oct 8, 2020 at 07:45 AM

 

Robert Luke wrote:
Welp, I just backed up all my Evernote notes by importing them into
>Devonthink and downloaded Evernote 10.0 for Mac. It’ll take me a little
>bit to sort my way through it, take more notes, and decide whether I
>like it or not. And then I’ll wait for these frequent updates that Ian
>Small promised. The new version doesn’t have the Context function, which
>I have always liked. Dunno if that’s a permanent loss or if it will
>reappear in an update.

Hi Robert, a minor point but I’m on macOS and have Evernote 7.something which the application tells me is the latest version. Probably my mistake (or a geographical difference), but I don’t understand where version 10 comes from.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Oct 8, 2020 at 10:47 AM

 

Hugh,

I think the only way to get Evernote 10 is through the Mac App Store. You’ll find it there.

Hugh wrote:

>
>Robert Luke wrote:
>Welp, I just backed up all my Evernote notes by importing them into
>>Devonthink and downloaded Evernote 10.0 for Mac. It’ll take me a little
>>bit to sort my way through it, take more notes, and decide whether I
>>like it or not. And then I’ll wait for these frequent updates that Ian
>>Small promised. The new version doesn’t have the Context function,
>which
>>I have always liked. Dunno if that’s a permanent loss or if it will
>>reappear in an update.
> >Hi Robert, a minor point but I’m on macOS and have Evernote 7.something
>which the application tells me is the latest version. Probably my
>mistake (or a geographical difference), but I don’t understand where
>version 10 comes from.

 


Posted by Hugh
Oct 8, 2020 at 11:39 AM

 

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
Hugh,
> >I think the only way to get Evernote 10 is through the Mac App Store.
>You’ll find it there.
> >Hugh wrote:
> >>
>>Robert Luke wrote:
>>Welp, I just backed up all my Evernote notes by importing them into
>>>Devonthink and downloaded Evernote 10.0 for Mac. It’ll take me a
>little
>>>bit to sort my way through it, take more notes, and decide whether I
>>>like it or not. And then I’ll wait for these frequent updates that Ian
>>>Small promised. The new version doesn’t have the Context function,
>>which
>>>I have always liked. Dunno if that’s a permanent loss or if it will
>>>reappear in an update.
>>
>>Hi Robert, a minor point but I’m on macOS and have Evernote 7.something
>>which the application tells me is the latest version. Probably my
>>mistake (or a geographical difference), but I don’t understand where
>>version 10 comes from.

Many thanks, Steve. I hadn’t realised that the two versions were numbered differently.

 


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