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  1. I've been a paying EN customer for years, and will continue to do so. People afraid now because Google will be hosting EN's servers are getting worked up about nothing. Read the release, and all the responses in this thread. EN isn't allowing Google into your notes, all they are is hosting their "servers" (VM's) in Google's cloud (datacenters). Good. EN is in the business of providing a software product for managing my notes, not in running a data center and all the cost and headaches that entails. Relax people. Thanks for letting us know EN. The day you do decide to open my account up to Google's inspection is the day I will be pulling all my data and moving on to another service, and probably many others as well.
  2. Joe didn't move to Scannable. He was let go.
  3. Ditto. I didn't know that and I searched Evernote's support web site and FAQ for any information on the ads and their advertising policies. I never thought to check to see if there was a new preference. It might be helpful if the new version put some sort of notice about the ability to turn them off. I have no problem with free versions of software to be advertising supported, people who expect a commercial product like this to give them everything for nothing are silly, but paid versions should never have ads. I see now that I can disable them, but advance notice would have been nice! Thanks!
  4. Today I started up Evernote and saw an ad for Travelocity as well as noticed that Evernote was "syncing ads". No offense to anyone, but as a paying "premium user" the last thing I want to see advertising cluttering up my screen. I can't find any information on built-in advertising anywhere in the support area. I'd like to hear what Evernote's plans and policy on advertising are, since there doesn't seem to be any information available on the web site (or please point me to the URL if I'm wrong).
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