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I've already read the multitude of posts on this topic. I've been an Evernote user since the beginning and I've always thought it was a great product. As soon as I thought of a feature, the Evernote folks have already been cooking it up. Recently I ran up against the notebook limit, I contacted customer support and they gave my the "you should use tags instead" line. I am a Developer myself, and while I do not purport to know how Evernote is built or the whoas of maintaining a system with so many users, I can't imagine any reason why arbitrarily setting a limit of 250 notebooks, improves system performance or usability. It seems that a decision was made that people should use tags rather than notebooks without any regard for how current users prefer to work. In particular, the fact that I choose to be a premium user and and still limited to 250 notebooks seems absurd. At least choose a number that very few people would run up against like 1000, or make the free limit 100 and the premium limit 1000, that way if the limit really bothers someone it will incentivize them to pay for your service.
Hello, Today I found out about the 250 notebook limit. I immediately thought... OK.. it's time to upgrade to premium, but come to find out this notebook limit also applies to premium accounts. That is ridiculous. So, despite this big push to use tags (which in my humble opinion is fine feature, but NOT a substitute for notebooks) I thought... the quickest 'fix' was to tidy up and delete some old notebooks. I deleted 10 notebooks. My sync icon now shows a red exclaimation error and upon clicking sync I receive a dialog box that states: "Sync failed because you have more than 250 synchronized notebooks. " " You have 240 synchronized notebooks. Please delete some of the synchronized notebooks and try again" Here is a screen shot: http://screencast.com/t/kaclu9j6i Now.. what do you recommend? Thanks dd
We have been using Evernote in my real estate business for several years. When we get a new client, we create a new notebook. Apparently we just reached the limit of 250 notebooks which I never knew existed. What do I do? How can you not create a new notebook for each customer?