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I should probably start this off by saying that I do not spend every waking minute in front of a PC (or smartphone) somewhere. The majority of my time is spent working, keeping up with the required daily tasks of a person, being with and contributing as much as I can to my family, and yes, even sleep. Neither my work or play centers abound a PC or the internet. I use it as a tool just as I would my auto, my meters and instrumentation, a calculator or even a pencil. (Yes they still exist and are used sometimes.) The following was sent 'as a ticket'. --It was my understanding this started as something easy to use and would help me. So far this has gotten further and further away from this. Every update I get, the more times I have to repeat the actions until Evernote application works. When it first started, it sounded good and was quick on the problems. Now it seems that I can find not support or help!?!-- To be the clearest and to the point as much as I can muster, this is my dilemma; "How much time and effort on my part should I have to put out in order to make use of something that I am paying someone else to help me with?? I do apologize for any spelling and grammatical errors for I am a Systems Engineer, not am English language teacher. Thank you for you patience.
....on various systems. I have a windows PC and (using Chrome) have downloaded EN free trial and love it. It's something I might want to institute using for my company as Premium, but I need to understand a few things first. Meanwhile, I'm testing it beautifully but found that on a coworkers IPad I couldn't Download the free trial without putting in credit card info. Can I download EN on an IPad (or any other tablet and which ones) so they can each trial it before we make the leap? I'm basically looking for the EN approved link to download EN on every employees personal device. Is there a list I can go to to do this given everyone's different platforms? I would like to do this without asking them to input a CC just yet. Thanks! Ultimately, it will be these tablets (Elipsis 7 ) that we will have all the field techs using so : given the OS system info here: http://www.legitreviews.com/verizon-ellipsis-7-4g-lte-tablet-review_136049 what like should I use to get EN free trial on it without putting in CC info. ??
Hello, I love evernote, but an inconvenience has cropped up that (I'm sure) plagues many users. I've been using evernote as my primary note source, then onenote, then catch . The problem is I'm a college student and can't afford to be a premium member and exceed the 50mb size limit. I propose a method similar to Amazon prime, allowing students at universities to get a free year or so of added premium space- they can then continue to use premium space at a discounted price (as long as they're a student) then pay the full fee or simply revert back to the 50mb limit. With countless pdfs, powerpoints, pictures [anatomy, diagrams, charts, ect...) the small limit simply doesn't cut it. When I went on a study abroad trip in Europe, I pondered how wonderful it would be to log onto a tablet, or go to the library and have all my data ready to go. This would certainly attract many students to evernote. Please take this into consideration.
I'm about to retire not on a Banker's pension. I don't think I would spend UKP35 per year on Premium because it doesn't do enough for me. But I would pay something for the ability to have my notes offline on my Android phone or tablet. Mainly because I would use Evernote for all the documents and maps that I need when travelling outside my own country, maybe twice a year. I was quite surprised on a recent trip to find that my phone did not have all the pdf itineraries, tickets and meeting notes that I had put there. So how about it? Premium Lite with one or two features for UKP10? You might sell a lot of those to people who would never buy Premium. I'd be really pleased to pay you something for the great work you do. Otherwise I'll start using some other method to carry documents.