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Hello,

I'm running out of space on my hard drive. My evernote contains approx 10k notes and I would like to know how much space does it represents. I can't find this information on the apps neither on the web app.

Any idea ?

Thanks !

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11 minutes ago, Lilian said:

I'm running out of space on my hard drive. My evernote contains approx 10k notes and I would like to know how much space does it represents. I can't find this information on the apps neither on the web app.

If you're using a Windows device, your data is stored in a .exb file    Someone else will have to give you the exact location but you wouldn't have many large exb files

If you're using the web platform, there is no database stored locally

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thanks ! I'm on Mac, do you know where to check the database ?

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8 minutes ago, Lilian said:

thanks ! I'm on Mac, do you know where to check the database ?

Evernote > About Evernote Untitled.jpeg.9a131c1cd2ad465b9a67480402a03176.jpeg
Press the option key to get a link to your database folder

The database folder is in the form of a number as in 12345678
You should see  a single folder; or one for each account

Right click on the folder and select Get Info to get the size

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Hey, I have the same question but the above does not seem to be working. Did something change in an update? 

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2 hours ago, Jo-el said:

Hey, I have the same question but the above does not seem to be working. Did something change in an update? 

In the latest release, "Open Database Folder" was moved to Help > Troubleshooting > Open Database Folder

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