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NicoleF

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  1. Hi Everyone, Yes, Revert is closing down on 31st October 2015. However, it is not because there is no need for our backup/restore service, in fact far from it! It is because the need for more than just backup/restore was what was coming through loud and clear from our customers, and potential customers. Rather than continue to build out Revert, a product with a name that no longer represented where we were heading, we have re-branded the product as ThisData: https://ThisData.com We have moved all of our Revert Pro Plan customers over to our new product at ThisData. Our Revert Free Plan users have all been emailed and offered a coupon which will give them 50% off the personal plan on ThisData. On top of backup and restore, there are many added benefits to moving to ThisData such as: access to more (and ongoing) app integrations, better data security monitoring, and improved search for backups, to mention a few. If you are a Revert user and have not received an email from us, please let me know. We have done three email outs now (since Sept 23rd) so you should have received something. **If you are using Revert / now ThisData to backup your Evernote app only, and you don't need backup for the other apps we support, I have a special coupon that I can send you to make it an even sweeter deal than the 50% off code that is in the emails we have been sending. Send an email to support from your Revert account and we'll sort you out.** We will also still be in the Evernote App Center, just under our new name. Best! Nicole Fougere Cofounder ThisData.com
  2. I'm still trying to figure out how to update my desktop app without losing all my private notes, so until then am just using the web version! Also, I had been backing up my Evernote account with Revert, so I was able to roll back to previous version of my notes / notebooks and restore them back to my Evernote account. Phew! (Full disclosure I am a co-founder at Revert so this is why I already had everything backed up.) But maybe this is something you would want to do now before there's another incident like this? We back up Evernote accounts for free. Anyway, I wrote a blog post about my experience: How I fixed my Evernote with Revert. Cheers! Nicole
  3. I'm still trying to figure out how to update my desktop app without losing all my private notes, so until then am just using the web version. Also, I thought I'd mention that I did fix my shonky-looking,'Untitled Note's everywhere account, by using the back up tool, Revert (full disclosure I am a co-founder). Anyway, I wrote a blog post about my experience and how to do it here if you're interested: How I fixed my Evernote with Revert. *Backing up your Evernote account with us is a free service. Cheers! Nicole
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