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Annoying nag adds additional steps and time to what is supposed to be a productivity app. Please bring a setting to dismiss such a warning and other warnings. Some power users don't want to see this. Yes, yes, I'm not an idiot - I actually know what I'm doing. Thanks!
Evernote Marketing Nag is Pervasive and it needs to stop now. When I have paid for a product, I find it offensive to also have to endure frequent marketing in that product that continually interrupts my workflow. I usually don't sweat the small stuff, and I'm not inclined to complain about stuff that has little impact on me, even if it is irritating. Over the last 6-12 months, there have been many complaints about Evernote "nag notices" on many, if not all, of the Evernote platforms/clients. As a Premium account owner who mostly uses the Mac, I haven't really seen these nag notices. However, EN iOS turns out to be different. I am seeing Evernote marketing nag ads very often on EN iOS 7.9.1. I haven't kept a record, but it seems like several times a week, sometimes several times a day. These EN nag ads have a direct impact on my productivity, as they block the EN data I want/need to seen, and I have to tap on a small X to remove the ad, which can be a challenge to do sometimes. What is particularly irritating about this particular ad is that it is a promotion to get me to upgrade to Premium, although I'm already a Premium user. Here's a screenshot I just made today:
I have Evernote Plus and EVERY time I search for a note on my phone, the search opens with a large NAG screen wanting me to upgrade to Premium (and featues I have no use for),. I understand an occasional attempt to upsell, but EVERY time is extemely annoying considering I have paid for the product I am using. Can this be turned off? Why does Evernote think ticking off its paying customers is good business? Bill