promosinc 8 Posted February 5, 2016 Share Posted February 5, 2016 I use Evernote on my HP laptop, my iPhone 5 running iOS 7 and my Nexus 7 tablet running KitKat 4.4.4. When I turn off a previously created offline notebook on my iPhone or tablet, is that notebook still residing/taking up storage space on my mobile devices from the original download, even if it is not accessible to me as an offline notebook, or is it somehow removed from storage, freeing up that space? Also — a slight variation of the same question — if I am in a month of Premium using my designated offline notebook and then I return to Basic the following month, thereby losing the offline notebook functionality, does that notebook still remain on my iPhone using up storage if I do not turn off the offline notebook designation? If the answer is that storage is still used by these notebooks once they are downloaded in the original creation of the offline notebook, that would explain why Evernote is taking up 1.2 GB on my iPhone. Should this be the case, can I copy the notes in my offline notebooks to a new "local" notebook to preserve them on my laptop before deleting the synced versions of the offline notebooks, since I don't think I can "convert" a synced notebook to a local notebook. Thank you. Link to comment
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