Jump to content

Evernote 10.58.8 shows blank screen on M1 Max MacBook Pro running macOS Ventura 13.4


Recommended Posts

Hi,

I have tried installing the latest version of Evernote for Mac using the downloadable installer from the Evernote site and via the Apple App Store. In each case after installing the desktop app, Evernote will launch and display a "spinning" green circle with some changing text messages below the circle icon. It appears as if Evernote is downloading/syncing my notes from the web app. However, the syncing (if that is in fact what is happening) appears to "time out" leaving only a blank white screen no matter how long I wait. The only menu command that I can activate is the "About Evernote" option. Nothing happens when I click on any other menu option including the "Account Info" and "Settings" options.

I can access my notes via the web app without any problems. But of course, I would prefer to use the desktop app.

I am using an M1 Max MacBook Pro with 64GB of RAM and a 2TB internal NVMe drive running macOS Ventura v13.4.

Any help your can provide is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Link to comment

Hi, I am on the Personal plan and never come anywhere near using the available monthly bandwidth. And I have well over a terabyte of available storage on my M1 Max MacBook Pro internal NVMe drive.

I do have Evernote installed on all of my computers (which I believe is 6,) my iPad Mini, and my iPhone 13. Is there a limit to the number of devices on which I can install Evernote if I am on the Personal plan? I really don't need Evernote installed on my mini Intel NUC PCs that I use as "Media Centers" connected to the TVs in my two bedrooms and TV in the living room. So I could revoke those installs if need be.

Thanks for your help!

Link to comment
13 hours ago, agsteele said:

There is no device limit if you are on the Personal plan.

Thanks for the info. I really appreciate it.

FYI, I submitted a support ticket regarding this issue. Hopefully Evernote support has a simple fix.

Cheers!

Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
×
×
  • Create New...