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EricInCO

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  1. Message received: Evernote wants me gone. Cool, I'll use something else.
  2. That's just it: the help article is not clear enough. My reading of the help article made me believe Evernote web is counted once for each device it's used on.
  3. They should really make this more clear. It belongs in an direct email to affected users and in this FAQ that I quoted from: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/218558068-Understanding-the-device-limit
  4. Are you sure? It's not described that way. This is their description: With Evernote Basic, you can use the Evernote app on up to two devices. This device limit applies to the following Evernote apps: Evernote for Mac Evernote for Windows Evernote for iOS Evernote for Android Evernote Web ... Each device where you’re signed in to the Evernote app counts toward your device limit. If you have multiple devices of the same type, each one counts toward your device limit. For example, if you sign in to your Evernote account on two different iPhones, it
  5. Are the two computers using web access only counted as one device towards the limit?
  6. This change makes Evernote way too cumbersome for me to use. I understand they want to monetize it. But I use it to store just two documents that I update less than once per month. I have a work laptop, a home PC and a phone. Paying at the level of M365 for this usage is unreasonable.
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