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I am new to Evernote and finding my way round. Today I ran out of upload capacity and purchased an additional £4 for 1G. This shows in my current monthly usage. But when I try to use it, I get a message inviting me to buy more and explaining that I have run out. I presume there is something somewhere that I need to activate it to make that go live, and an instruction as to how to achieve that after purchase would be helpful ! (I am also presuming I can buy extra upload capacity at 1G on five separate occasions in this my first month should I so require? and hence clarification of the activation process would be appreciated as a first time user.) Meanwhile I have emailed support for help and is anyone willing to anyone point me in the right direction please?
An Evernote newbie here. I signed up for Evernote after seeing a demo video. This video left the impression that notes could be organized in an arbitrary hierarchy, and that was the feature that appealed to me. Thus upon signing up, I was surprised to learn that only a 3-deep hierarchy is permitted. Since then I have been casting around trying to see what experienced users use in place of hierarchy, and I'm not having much luck finding this out. Let me give an example of how I would use hierarchy if it was available. At the top level would be "my life", with nodes for each of several social aspects of my life, and nodes for each project I was working on. Take a project node for a book I'm working on. Within this would be nodes for things like "salient points", "chapter ideas", "other books", etc. Within "other books" would be nodes for each one of a number of relevant books, within each book node would be nodes for each chapter of the book, within each chapter would be notes summarizing the chapter, etc., etc. Even this simple example is deeper than Evernote permits, and it is easy to see the need for even deeper levels. So, how do experienced Evernote users represent "their whole life" (as many claim to do), with only 3 levels? What is used to substitute for the fact that our minds certainly divide our lives up into far more levels than that? Suggestions solicited. Thanks. --Milton--