TechGuy 14 Posted June 5, 2013 Share Posted June 5, 2013 I saw this post and I am reading conflicting answers: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/34227-total-account-limit/ which says: "Each Evernote account is subject to the following limitations:100,000 Notes; each note can be a maximum of 25 megabytes (mb) for free users and 100 megabytes (mb) for Premium users.250 Synchronized Notebooks (including Notebook Stacks). All 250 notebooks can be shared. There is no limit to the number of Local Notebooks (which aren't synced) you can have.10,000 Tags.100 Saved Searches." I saw this on the business faq: What is the monthly upload allowance for an Evernote Business account? Every user that joins an Evernote Business account is automatically upgraded to Evernote Business Premium, which provides a monthly upload allowance of 2GB in their Personal Notebooks every month. The business quota — the amount of new material anyone in the business can put into Business Notebooks — is 2GB times the number of users, shared amongst everyone. For example, if a business has 10 users, the entire team may upload a total of 20GB of new content into Business Notebooks every month! As always, there is no limit on the total amount of data a user can store in Evernote. Now, at first I didn't think anything of it... but it says "as always" and that confuses me. Are we capped on premium? What about the business plan? Are they capped? Thanks! Link to comment
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