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Underlying database layer is capable of storing gigabytes of data easily. Our application layer currently works pretty good for databases having several thousands of notes and about thousand of tags. To extend these limits, we will need to address some UI scalability problems later. But generally speaking, EN3 is supposed to work much better with big databases than EN2.

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While the technical limits are high as noted by Igor above, there is an artificial limit of 100MB per account for the current beta test. We are now considering what the limits may be for the official service launch.

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While the technical limits are high as noted by Igor above, there is an artificial limit of 100MB per account for the current beta test. We are now considering what the limits may be for the official service launch.

Would it possible to request additional storage space? Thanks.

-Rod

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I think the pricing stucture should be as follows:

* buy the software

I do not like/want/intend to use software that has an ongoing fee. I don't play World of Warcraft for this reason, preferring instead Guild Wars (which carries NO monthly fee -- buy the software once and you're done paying). I use Beyond TV (http://www.snapstream.com) for my PVR since it doesn't have any fees for guide data.

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Relax everyone, this is a BETA. Not only are there s/w issues to work out but also hosting.

There could be 2 options for marketing the product:

1. Hosted, you get the s/w for free and pay a small amount per month for hosting.

2. Non-hosted, you pay for the software but there is an option in the setup to use a webdav/ftp/sftp location of your choice to store sync'd notbooks.

Each one would appeal to a different group. It would only need a single version of the s/w where the custom location option is only available after registration.

Everyone would be happy. The developer makes money either way, which they do deserve to do.

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There will always be a free level of access to the Evernote 3 Web service and all Evernote client applications will be free to download for registered users. The storage limit for synchronized notebooks will probably be 1GB, but we haven't finalized that decision. We are planning premium fee-based service level(s) which, among other features, will include additional online storage.

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