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Tired to have to re-login when I use Evernote

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I am somewhat tired to have to re-enter my login information almost each time I want to use Evernote or Clipper. 
That "Remember me for 30 days" option is useless and irritating in a personal password-protected computer, mainly when, despite that option, one is asked to re-enter that information a lot more often that every those 30 days.
At least, give the user the option to choose their own appropriate level of protection, including "Remember me until change my mind".


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Hi.  The 'remember me' option requires cookies to work - you might have to adjust the security on your browser to allow cookies from Evernote at least.  I use the desktop client so my Clipper login is permanent,  unless I deliberately log out of Evernote;  and I have a password manager (Bitwarden) though others are available - https://top5-passwordmanagers.com/ - so logging into anywhere is pretty seamless to me... maybe one keypress required.

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Hi, Thank you for your reply,

My browsers are configured to accept cookies, and I do have a password manager too (Roboform). Also, I do not use software like CCleaner, that could wipe out my cookies.

And yet, I have regularly to re-enter my information. 

And why "Remembering me" only 30 days? It's a non-sense.

Anyway, I'll re-check my settings this week-end...



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  • 2 years later...

I didn't even had an option to mark a "[  ] Remember me for 30 days" checkbox, for the last week - it redirected me to the "Verify your password", constantly!

Yes, EN becomes a piece of junk - real case of vendor lock-in for me. What I did - I logout explicitly and the next time I log in I had at least an option to enter the login/password together with the "[  ] Remember me for 30 days" checkbox.

Still has to check if it works.

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