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  1. PDFs are usually just a couple page articles, emails, correspondence, short publications, flyers, ads. We would occasionally have a few small videos, photographs. The people using these files won't be editing them, just searching and reading basically. So I don't anticipate a syncing issue. Right now we are hoping to digitize all the papers and documents from the past 30 years. There might be about 30,000 notes. We only add about 10-15 notes a day. So it will still take a while to reach the 100,000 limit. We just need to be sure now, that whatever system we set up can support the collection in the long-run. Another 20-30 years and so on. That is the only reason the "note limit" is something we have to think about before we even begin. We have been testing Evernote for our purposes with 100 or so basic notes, searching, sharing... so far it seems to do everything we need it to do. The 100,000 limit is what made us worry about long-term sustainability.
  2. So... If I alone have 100,000 notes already and someone else shares a notebook with me, then I could technically have access to 200,000 notes. The 100,000 limit is just for how many I can personally create? Then, technically, couldn't I open a premium account, have the rest of the staff (10 people) on free accounts and just share all notes with everyone? Then when we reach the 100,000 limit, open a second premium account and continue adding and sharing with everyone. This would surpass the original 100,000 limit and still give everyone access to the same information, just on separate shared notebooks on multiple premium accounts. I like the idea of the business account as you mentioned. Are you suggesting we could pay for 10 business accounts, pack in 100,000 notes per account and share them all in the business library. Then close the other business accounts, keeping the admin account active and having 1,000,000 notes archived in our "library?" Would the admin retain the ability to edit all of these notes/notebooks? Also, it is important that all the staff have access to all these notes indefinitely. We are trying to create a "searchable database" for the whole staff to be able to view. If the business account admin shared the business library notebooks with free users, would they be able to access all 1,000,000 notes in the business library? Hope those questions make sense. Thanks for your help.
  3. So when Evernote claims that there are no overall limits... this is not true? Also does this mean we can get 100,000 notes in each of 250 notebooks? That would total 25,000,000 total notes? We are doing a large archiving project at a small company. Most files are digitized into PDF's so the ability to upload these files as notes and make the digitally searchable is appealing, however, there are thousands of documents and more being added everyday. We can't start the project using Evernote if we can't be sure that it will be able to fit all our files. 100,000 would not work. But 25,000,000 note spread out into 250 notebooks, would be doable.
  4. I read the following on the Evernote website: "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." Are these limits monthly, or is there an overall limit of 10,000 TOTAL tags and 100,000 TOTAL notes? Is it 100,000 total notes per each of the 250 notebooks? I was always under the impression that there was no overall limit to anything. Can someone clarify this for me?
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