J-Mac 19 Posted April 7, 2008 Share Posted April 7, 2008 So Evernote 3 will only be available with a monthly subscription? From the Gotta Be Mobile Blog, Saturday, 03/29/2008:Saturday, March 29, 2008 8:25:26 PM (Mountain Daylight Time, UTC-06:00)Rob, Thanks for your kind words. I'm very happy that you're finding Evernote useful. Some comments to your comments, in-line: EverNote needs to put some serious work into developing an auto import from OneNote to EverNote for those wanting to make the conversion. Good idea. Or maybe, once we publish our APIs, someone else can do it for us. "I'm wondering why the EverNote web interface doesn't default to https? When forced to https, it'll stay there temporarily, but then switch back to http. I want my note information transmitted securely." Right now all user authentication happens over HTTPS. Large-scale SSL transmission of all note content is expensive (to us), and will be a feature available to premium subscribers, once we launch the premium subscriptions. "I really, really wish EverNote would allow mix of ink and text. I've asked them about it multiple times. Sadly, it is not a priority." It's very tough to do this while preserving portability and search across multiple platforms, but we've got a few options we're exploring. "How much will EverNote, with all its syncing glory, cost? Are we looking at monthly subscription fees for the syncing or will it be free with the purchase of the client. Pricing is one data piece not being provided yet. I'd like to know what their pricing model is going to be like." There's going to be a free subscription level that includes pretty much all of the features you see in the beta, including multiple clients. syncing, recognition. There's going to be a "premium" subscription level that includes things like much higher quotas, enhanced security, etc. We haven't really worked out the details on premium features, timing and price yet. "The iPhone mobile interface is totally awesome!" It's going to get a whole lot more awesome soon.--- Phil Libin CEO, EvernoteSome thoughts about this:[*:e056a] So if we want our notes to be secure we will have to pay a premium?[*:e056a] Can anyone from Evernote tell us what other "premium" options will be available?[*:e056a]What exactly does "higher quotas" mean? How few notes will users be limited to without a premium subscription?[*:e056a] Will additional saved searches be available for an additional "premium" cost?[*:e056a] If a user decides he/she can no longer afford the "premium" subscription will all notes be lost? Could they be exported?[*:e056a] If a user defaulted on payment, would their notes be deleted?[*:e056a] Can you give us any information on what will be included with a "premium" subscription?[*:e056a] And what pricing level we can look forward to?[*:e056a] Are there going to be different tiers or levels of "premium" subscriptions?I'm sure there are other questions to come...Jim Link to comment
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