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David Alexis

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  1. The "disk space is cheap" argument against selective sync misses the point. Yes, limiting the size of synced data is a concern. But the better reason for selective sync comes into play when you use Evernote for personal, work, side projects, and lots of other stuff. I would love to use Evernote at work, but I definitely don't want my whole life of personal notes syncing to a business-owned device. I want just the set of notebooks I use for work-related stuff. Selective sync should be an obvious feature! I end up creating multiple Evernote accounts for different purposes. But this never works out, since I do want access to common notebooks or notes everywhere.
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