Kelemvor 4 Posted November 1, 2012 Share Posted November 1, 2012 So I have some questions about the uploadlimit imposed on non-premium accounts.I just signed up for Evernote yesterday as I want to try it out as a Recipe system.I found some data online and use the web clipper thing which was great. I then went home and took out some of ten or so recipe cards and used my phone's camera to snap some pictures. These uploaded fine and I saw no problems.I woke up this morning and got an error that I had used up 50% of my alloted monthly limit. All from just 10 photos... If that's the case, it's going to take me years to be able to get all my recipe cards into the system if I can only do a handful every month.So, I'm looking for ideas. If I set the camera to take smaller pictures, will that help with the size issue? I just took them and didn't know there was any sort of limit. The pictures were big and I resized them via the desktop client today but that doesn't help the past.Is the limit only for notes I add myself? Does it also apply to things put in via the web clipper? So if I highlight an area with a picture does it actualy upload the picture so that uses my space? Or does it just upload a link to the picture so it doesn't take up space?Is the limit just for UPloading data? Does anythign count when I download the data to the desktop client? How about if I have the client on multiple PCs?Also, if I uploaded the image at a couple megs a piece, and then resized them on the client do more like 300k, does that then reuoload the files so now I used even more data by making the files smaller?I have hundreds of recipe cards I wanted to put up online but need to find a way to do this that's not going to suck my 60 megs of data in a day and then I'm screwed for a month.Thanks. Link to comment
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