Frank.dg 1,385 Posted December 12, 2014 Share Posted December 12, 2014 Evernote should implement a host of the most commonly requested features they've been holding out on and make them available to Premium users. They'd have people upgrading in their droves for features like: Collapsible bullet points (outliner function) Dark theme backgrounds (for reading) Customizable desktop themes (Especially owing to the new Mac release) Boolean search Nested tags on iOS (and Android... but they'd need to pull it first ) Etc. I think they should be more aggressive in more clearly distinguishing between the Free and Premium versions. I am a premium user because I like the Premium features... many of which I have come to rely on... BUT most people can get by without... presentation mode more than 60 MB of monthly upload PDF searching Context offline notebooks (As a premium member I don't even use the feature, since I have 4G access) ... as evidenced by the vast majority of people who use Evernote day in and day out being Free members. Most of the Premium features do not significantly boost my workflow, to be honest. They're handy, but they're not all deal-breakers. That's why most Evernote users get by without them. Is this too much of a simplistic viewpoint? Am I naive in thinking that a handful of great new Premium features would alone boost Evernote's revenue? Give everyone a trial period with select features that significantly boost their workflow and get them addicted to these... If I'm not mistaken, there's one premium feature which Evernote already offers for a trial period... just can't remember what it is right now. Maybe I'm thinking of another app Link to comment
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