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Author Topic: EverNote Plus 1.5 for Windows - Special Promotion  (Read 2773 times)


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EverNote Plus 1.5 for Windows - Special Promotion
« on: October 23, 2006, 06:55:32 AM »


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Re: EverNote Plus 1.5 for Windows - Special Promotion
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2006, 05:55:17 PM »
Just missed it ... I bought it last night, not because I needed the Plus version, but mainly to support this awesome app.   I installed it and uninstalled it last week after using it for about 10 minutes (my usual software eval patience), not realizing it's potential.  However, I re-installed it this weekend and couldn't stop playing with it.   It's an amazing program with a huge potential.

I was using OneNote 2007 b2tr, but spent more time organizing it than actually putting information into it.  I was going to use OneNote, but it has too many issues going against it IMHO.  I hate the way OneNote handles web capturing ... screws up the spacing between paragraphs all the time.  In addition, I'm really disappointed they got rid of the deleted pages feature, so you could undelete stuff.  I'm usually way to quick with the delete key, and had to revert to a backup file already.  OneNote is also just way too slow for my taste, especially if you have a client on the phone and you need to start taking notes right away or you need to find something for them immediately ... Evernote makes both extremely simple and fast!

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