EN Premium: recover older versions of notes created in Free app? in Evernote for Mac Posted March 7, 2015 I've been using the free version of Evernote, primarily on my Android phone, but also on my MacBook and iPad. I lost content in one of my notes (I'm guessing my 3 year old erased it?) that I would like to recover. It would be worth it to me to pay the $5 one-month Premium membership if that would give me access to older versions of that existing note. Anyone know if they track changes in the free version that would then be available after buying Premium? Or does the tracking of note changes only start once you're a Premium member?I accidentally overwrote all of the data in one of my notes a few weeks ago, and the change got synced to servers (this happened from my iOS device, and I didn't know how to undo a change on it). So I lost all the data from that note. But I just found out about the Note History feature that Premium users have. I'd like to use it to recover the data from my note. If I upgrade to Premium now, will the Note History have the old data from about a month ago, even though I was a free user at the time?Yes. If you upgrade to premium, you will have access to previous note history. Note history is only taken once about every eight hours. But if the good note had been on the EN servers at least that long before you sync'd the accidental change, there should be a good copy in the note history. And you will have access to that, after upgrading.