Wow! So for the first time in a LONG time I am actually considering leaving Evernote. I mean I get the need to add new features and the reasoning for having different tiers for access to those features, but I am not sure why - at $69 a year or $7.99 a month, not exactly what I would call cheap - items that I would consider basic functionality seem to be limited. For example only allowing users to pin one task list or one note to the Home screen seems to be a real limitation. Also not allowing a basic Boolean search is also something that limits users from using the software on a personal account. I totally get limits on integrations with business software, uploads, storage, etc…, but these all seem like basic functionality to me. I would imagine many people, like myself, use this not only to organize work (personally, not on an organizational level), schoo, etc.. as well as personal things. I honestly will never use most of the Professional things as I am using Evernote to keep myself on track and keep track of my projects, issues, etc…, and would greatly benefit from being able to manage multiple pinned notes or task lists - however those features alone are not worth the increased cost. Also calendar integration is another limitation. I am sure at some point there will be some sort of ability to integrate with Teams and/or Outlook calendars and I am sure those features will only be available to Professional subscribers, another seemingly silly limitation on a paid subscription for a management tool, especially when One Note is essentially free to use with Office.