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I am deciding whether to switch from iPhone notes to Evernote. Obviously Evernote allows far better organisation of notes, but before I start creating thousands upon thousands of notes I want to know that I won't have any issues with speed of the Evernote app on my iphone after having large volumes of data. I have seen posts from 2015 about the scalability issue with the Evernote app, and this was the issue with the Google keep app, where I had hundreds of notes and images which caused the app to become essentially unusable on my iPhone. By the time it would finish loading, I would have lost my train of thought and become unable to capture the thought on the app. I want to know whether people have had similar issues with the Evernote app before I start devoting hours into creating notes only to have the app become essentially useless on my phone.
Hi I went through this forum about the posted topic, I do not want to post a general question here is the data that will help you appreciate that I will get 100k limit in few years on my notebook. Past two months I created 7k notes with about 200 tags. Little bit of background. 1. I am learning Sanskrit grammar which has about 4k rules and 2k verbal roots. Based on these two every word can be derived. There are no exceptions to that. 2. it is very structured language just like mathematics. 3. I am creating 1 note for each word derivation. in past two weeks I created more than100 notes. I know to exhaust 100k limit in a year one has to create 275 notes per day. Seems like a lot but when lot of people are contributing then that number gets smaller. My best guess is within two years as a team we will reach the limit, then what? I tried to see if I can use hyperlinks to link from other notebooks, it works in native Mac app but does not work in web version or on shared devices. If no one came across this limit then I guess I have to reach that limit and see myself
As the title says: Does Evernote slow, the more notes you add? I ask this because, surely it can't run as fast with 100 notes, as it does with say 2,000 notes? Or is it magic? All I am going from is, normal experience, on a computer. When you open a large file, or intensive computer programe, that is data heavy, things seem to take a while. So I am curious if Evernote's efficiency, ever slows (not referring to syncing).