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Posted by MadaboutDana
Jul 8, 2021 at 06:59 PM

 

As an aside to my previous remark: I am reluctantly concluding that despite its recent tribulations, Evernote is actually a very powerful tool…

 


Posted by Joe Bellavance
Jul 9, 2021 at 03:13 PM

 

Thank you for mentioning Slice, Alex.

 


Posted by Joe Bellavance
Jul 9, 2021 at 03:23 PM

 

Thanks for your comments, @MadaboutDana. My name is Joe Bellavance, and I’m Slice’s founder.

I agree that Slice is a very complex piece of software!

Also agree that Ulysses and Scrivener do some things really well - for some writers. Other apps do some things really well for other writers. Tomato, tomahto, right?

Anyway, I’m glad you’ve found one that works for you!

 


Posted by Joe Bellavance
Jul 9, 2021 at 03:41 PM

 

Thanks for your comments, @Steve. My name is Joe Bellavance, and I’m Slice’s founder.

Yep, Slice is fairly watered down right now. There’s a lot more coming ASAP.

We currently email a link to your outputted PDF because of financial constraints. I agree that it’s not an ideal solution. How would you like it to work? What kind(s) of output would you like to generate? I’d love to hear your preferences.

Yes, Slice supports collaboration, which can be very distracting. The easiest way to solve that problem is to not invite anyone to join your project.  :)  But if you’re co-authoring, or if you want an editor to chime in, it’s pretty handy.

I’m glad you’ve decided to try Slice - thank you! You’re welcome to stay on the Free plan for as long as you want!

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Jul 9, 2021 at 09:03 PM

 

When the annual subscription renewal cycled around recently I decided to continue my Premium subscription to Evernote.  Partly because I’ve invested it with so much content over the past ten years or more, and I’ve never found a satisfactory place to migrate the .enex files with high fidelity.  And, more because I find that after fiddling with alternative software, there really is no good alternative for me.

MadaboutDana wrote:
As an aside to my previous remark: I am reluctantly concluding that
>despite its recent tribulations, Evernote is actually a very powerful
>tool…

 


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