The 24 hour limit on the skill queue was removed recently, allowing us to set up much longer skill queues and ending the game of "skill queue online". We can now set up queues containing many short skills that take months to train them all and no longer have to log in every day or every few days to add another skill to the queue.
Once the queue is set up on a particular character you can forget about it and not log that character in at all until the training is all completed.
The question is has this training queue change affected the amount of time you spend playing Eve?
IOW, are you logging in less often and/or spending less time playing Eve after the change than before?
If not, is it about the same as before or are you spending *more time now?
Myself, I find I'm spending significantly less time playing Eve now than before. Before I'd check daily to make sure I didn't lose any training time. Most days there were several characters that needed their queues updated. That'd get me logging in and once I was logged in I'd usually decide to do some other things too and wind up spending an hour or two playing Eve.
Now, I don't worry much about skill queues, I check every few days and rarely need to do anything. Not only do I spend far less time playing "skill queue online" but I log in far less often and spend far less time playing the rest of the game too.
How about you? What's your story?