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Tony in San Diego

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  1. Thanks for your reply, but the link you provided takes me to the knowledge base page, but to no article. Searching on the article number finds no kb article with that number. I tried searching for "account levels", but got no results. If a kb article does exist, that's helpful, but the information should still be on the Evernote pricing page, even if it is in the form of a note at the bottom of the table with something like: "For more details about the differences between account levels, click here.", which would take one to that kb article. One shouldn't have to divine that there is more information than is being presented. Who would?
  2. When I tried to get help on a subject, I was informed by the Evernote help page that direct Evernote support of any kind is available only to Premium customers. I've also seen a forum post (after I posted my own question) saying that iOS Touch ID is available only to Premium customers. When I look at the Evernote pricing page, I see no mention of these limitations! What other "gotcha" limitations are there on non-Premium accounts? The pricing page should clearly define all the differences in functionality or support between the various plan levels! I feel that this is not good behavior nor ethical on the part of Evernote. It's certainly reasonable to have limitations between plan levels, but it's not right for them to not be clearly disclosed! Thank you.
  3. Has there been any consideration for Evernote iOS to support 1Password? It's extremely useful - I rarely have to think about my passwords anymore, but unfortunately, I have to look it up when I log into Evernote! It's apparently very easy for apps like Evernote to incorporate 1Password support as explained here. Also, will Touch ID be being supported anytime soon for recent iOS devices? Again, it makes security very strong and easy. It's frustrating to have to remember my Evernote account password. Thanks.
  4. Has there been any consideration for Evernote iOS to support 1Password? It's extremely useful - I rarely have to think about my passwords anymore, but unfortunately, I have to look it up when I log into Evernote! It's apparently very easy for apps like Evernote to incorporate 1Password support as explained here. Also, will Touch ID be being supported anytime soon for recent iOS devices? Again, it makes security very strong and easy. It's frustrating to have to remember my Evernote account password. Thanks.
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