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#1 stanwelks

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 07:10 PM

1.) I am using both a personal and a work-related EN account. Is there a way to have both setup on through the Mac application?

 

2.) If not, if I log out of one and log into the other will it overwrite the folder with all of the files stored on my Mac with the files from the other account?

 

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#2 Metrodon

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 07:14 PM

Click on the Evernote menu and select "Add Another Account"



#3 GrumpyMonkey

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 07:16 PM

1.) I am using both a personal and a work-related EN account. Is there a way to have both setup on through the Mac application?

 

2.) If not, if I log out of one and log into the other will it overwrite the folder with all of the files stored on my Mac with the files from the other account?

 

Thanks.

 

Hi. If you are a Premium member you can use multiple accounts on the same machine. If you are not, I don't think you have access to this added functionality.

http://blog.evernote...ounts-and-more/



#4 stanwelks

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 09:32 PM

I am not currently a premium member. If I log out of my current account and log into another, any idea if it overwrites and re-synchs all of the data stored from my other account with the new account that I'm logged into? OR will it make another folder with all of the data from my other account, resulting in two folders of account data?

 

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#5 GrumpyMonkey

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 09:35 PM

I am not currently a premium member. If I log out of my current account and log into another, any idea if it overwrites and re-synchs all of the data stored from my other account with the new account that I'm logged into? OR will it make another folder with all of the data from my other account, resulting in two folders of account data?

 

Thanks.

 

It was fine back in the old days, before we got this option (last summer). I haven't tried it, though, in a very long while. I wouldn't expect any problems with it. It is just a little more troublesome to log out and log back in. That's all. I'd backup before giving it a try, though.







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