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hi, I'm using both Evernote and Awesome note, originally the sync has no problem between them. In Awesome note 2, I saw a new function "sync with icloud", so I broke "sync to Evernote" and change to "sync to icloud", it doesn't work , so I want to change back to "sync to Evernote". Now I meet the problem, I have 2789 note, size is around 1.8GB, When I click sync button on Awesome note, sync process started, shows "downloading note...211/ 2789" etc. After have sync around 600 notes, it shows "Application reached hourly API call limit to Evernote. Retry after 1597 seconds" and stop the sync process. It's horrible, the sync process need to restart, shows "downloading note...1/ 2789", and takes very long time to restart the sync. (I think it will stop again during the sync process, due to the API call limit) In fact I met this problem before when I need to sync around 200 notes...I have no confidence the sync process can complete, as this time 2789 notes... How can I solve this problem, any person can help me ? Thank you very much.
I have my default note type as "To-Do," however all tasks from Evernote are going into those folders as "Normal." I have all my settings correct as far as I know. Am I missing something? thanks
Does anyone know how to do this? "Awesome Note also integrates Evernote with your task list and calendar, giving you the option to create tasks and events and attach Evernote notes to them." I found out about it here: http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2010/08/06/in-the-trunk-organizing-with-awesome-note/
I would like to highlight a very serious data corruption issue occurred when syncing encrypted data between Evernote and Awesome Note. Have emailed to both Evernote and Awesome Note support. In summary, the support I've received is as below: Evernote was trying to blame Awesome Note No reply at all from Awesome Note Evernote has closed the case without providing any resolution Click below picture to view the actual case being logged.