VideoSavant 20 Posted June 12, 2015 Share Posted June 12, 2015 Look, I'm not really on solid ground here, complaining about a free product. But it does appear that Evernote is having a difficult time counting to 30. I'm on the free Evernote plan, and with that plan I get 60 MB of storage every 30 days. Except, the way Evernote tracks and controls that 30-day quota looks to be purposely incorrect. In fact, that quota is provided over 32 days, because Evernote counts the first day as Day 30 and the last day as Day 0. Exacerbating this issue, it appears that Day 0 actually lasts longer than 24 hours, though I can't say exactly how much longer. I do know that I was on Day Zero at 7 a.m. on Thursday, and I'm still on Day Zero at 7 a.m. on Friday. Again, this is not a huge deal. But it does make Evernote look deceitful. And that makes me just a little bit less likely to opt for a paid subscription any time soon. Caveat emptor! Link to comment
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