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  1. I've added my vote. My primary use case is that I use some Evernote folders to hold backups of information, emails, photos, etc. that I may want to reference at some future point in time, but that I don't access regularly. I may file things away for future reference, but not need immediate access to. Other notebooks get referenced more frequently. Also, I agree with having local data backups, however, I have my Evernote account synced to multiple devices. With over a terabyte of space on my desktop, it's easy to keep all of my notebooks local there. But on some older laptop computers with smaller harddrives, not only am I afraid of running out of space in the future, but generally speaking, the greater the percentage of harddrive space that's used up, the slower the computer runs. Obviously this isn't an excellent computer--like I said, I'm talking about old devices. That's why I'd like the ability to, say, only sync certain notebooks to older devices and all of my notebooks to newer devices with more space and speed. Especially as my Evernote database increases in size over the years, and as the number of devices that my Evernote account is connected to grows, I require greater and greater flexibility for database management.
  2. +1 I also think this is a critical feature for Evernote to incorporate.
  3. Hey amanda_h, thanks for the info! It looks like the latest version is Evernote 7.9, and I noticed that in the info in the app store, it says that "Requires iOS 8.1 or later." Despite the fact that this seems to be contrary to the previous information, based on this new info it looks like I should be in the clear. I backed up just to be safe, but then installed the latest Evernote app. However, after updating, everything seems to be working like normal! Thanks for the help! -Greg
  4. I understand that the app is free and that it'll save my settings, but are you saying that Evernote 7.8 will run on iOS 8.1?
  5. Hi folks, I'm currently running iOS 8.1 on my phone and have no desire to upgrade my operating system. However, I noticed that the Evernote app has an update available, to version 7.8. I noticed on version 7.7 that it said 7.7 would be the last version compatible with iOS 7 and 8. So, if I update my Evernote app to 7.8, will I lose Evernote access on my current iOS? And if that's the case, is there any way to disable updating the app so that I don't accidentally update it? Thanks!
  6. Thanks for the response and the recommendation JMichael! While I really like the convenience of Evernote launching on its own, booting up the program manually is a small price to pay for good performance
  7. Hi folks, I'm experiencing very high RAM usage with Evernote. I'm on an early 2011 Macbook Pro 13" and Evernote is using about 1.7 gigabytes (yes, you read that right) of RAM. This is a serious issue as I only have 4gb of RAM available. Does anyone know a way to reduce Evernote's RAM usage, or even a reason why it could be using so much RAM? Thanks in advance for any help that you can provide! -Greg Update: The 1.7gb was after computer startup in the morning, and Evernote opens automatically when I boot up. I manually shut Evernote down and reopened it, and now it's only using about 90mb of RAM. Does anyone have any ideas why it got as high as 1.7gb? Is it simply because I never close the program manually, only when the computer shuts down?
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