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In addition to the two-device limit, there seems to be a limit to the number of notebooks and notes displayed in the (only) ios device I use. I only see two notebooks and three notes. This seems extremely restrictive, and makes it almost impossible to use my ios device effectively. (I need to regularly update more than three notes). Is this intentional or did something happen to my account? Do I need to upgrade from Basic to access all my notes on my single device? If not, can I chamge a setting somewhere or do something to allow me to see all my notes on the iOS device? I'm grateful for any advice.
I'd laugh were it not for the fact that I just wrote three paragraphs of questions regarding the reliability of Evernote, just to have them disappear when I clicked the preview button. I hope the software works better than this blog. In a nutshell, my question is "Why should I choose Evernote as a replacement for my current research/project organizer?" There's a ton of negative press about the product in this forum alone.
I primarily use Evernote on my iPad and iPhone as my employer does not allow external programs / apps to be downloaded onto my work computer. I have having a hard time understanding the limitations - for eample, can I make notebook stacks on the iPad or iPhone app? I also would like to attach Word, Excel and Powerpoint files into existing notes but the app only seems to support photos, etc. Is there a guide for using the Evernote App for iPad / iPhone?