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  1. Random thoughtage here - I have a variety of checks that get rid of notes that are past their sell-by date. It seems like a good idea to trim my database whenever I can - it saves storage locally and on the servers, improves sync time, backup time, search times, saves server real estate and stops me hitting that 100,000 note limit sooner rather than later*. I've scanned all sorts of things that have a natural sell-by date - instructions for things I no longer have, receipts and guarantees that are long out of date, notes and reminders for projects long dead. But how do I find them? Some checks work - I delete notes as a matter of normal business; when searches find stuff that isn't relevant; when reminders come due and don't have any other value than just the act of reminding. But the notes that I don't find - instructions for that automatic yolk remover** from decades ago that I never used; the 'test notes' that I keep on forgetting to kill after the event; the shared notes that were never read... So my request is for statistics. "Hit" figures (how many times viewed) for each note so I can see which ones I use a lot, and those which I never went back to after their creation. If we had a stats function, able to sort notes by number of hits as well as by the other current search terms, I could probably remove tens or hundreds of MB from my existing database and save Evernote from needing to buy another data centre - at least for a week or two... Hit figures have been requested before for internet views, and that would be useful for blog and web pages for the usual reasons. I appreciate this is a long-term ask, because it needs a lot of integration within a complicated product across multiple platforms - but it surely would be nice to have and has serious benefits for both users and developers. Thanks for listening. * That is an egg zaggeration: I'm on 17,000 notes after 5 years of 'active' use which suggests another 20 - 25 years before I hit the current limit and by which time 1) Evernote will have increased it and 2) I will probably have egg spired and won't care anyway ** yep - you're right - It's just an eggsample...
  2. Dear all, I am sure like many others, you too would like to know if the previous months you have been using Evernote at its full capacity. It is great that I get to see my current month's usage, however, would it be possible to show a history of usage. For this month I am at 38% usage allowed. Small, but then again, I try to use Evernote for everything possible. Why? Well, for one, I would like to know if this normal usage for me or start to consider the Evernote Premium version for my needs. Maybe this has already been discussed, so please forgive my repetition. What do you think about this concept?
  3. My reset day was yesterday and I didn't use Evernote at all. As I checked my account info today, I found I was already charged with "31.7 MB". Does anyone know what is happening? I emptied the trash, and it went to 31.4 MB. not much of a difference.
  4. I have been using Evernote for a while and have just upgraded to Premium to ensure full access to my data when offline. Certainly Evernote is a super hub for data, media and audio and has good tools for hierarchical organization as well as a search function. Space on my PC is close to unlimited and I can always add more for reasonable cost if needed. BUT even with the newer and bigger capacities of the new generation of smartphones, space is a major constraint. It is rather like my storeroom at home. I can get a lot of stuff into it but it's not easy to access, it's not easy to clean, and I never know if I will have enough space for the next unused obelisk that needs storage. Storage options include Evernote; OneNote, PDF, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, JPG, TIF or other format. How can I manage an intuitive algorithm?
  5. Hi, I have noticed that when I'm merging 2 or more notes in Evernote, the combined new note is subtracted from my monthly usage although both notes were already counted. Is this a normal behavior? Thanks.
  6. Hello all, I am a new user to evernote. My account level is "free user". Now I have a question: Can somebody explain what's contained in the usage/account info window? Here's mine: to be clear, here are my questions about the window: 01. What does the dark blue and the light blue color progress bars mean? 02. What's meant by the "25 days left in cycle"? 03. What happens after those 25 days? Thanks in advance. Regards, Ahmad.
  7. I use evernote from several computers / devices to my single account - each connected device seems to have a different usage amount specified at the same point in time - logically usage is by account, not device surely?. They are very different, one could be 25% the other 75%
  8. I only just got Evernote, and I only have 3 notes in total saved on my Evernote account, with all 3 notes being under 1MB, but for some reason, it says that I have used 39MB of data already. What is wrong? Is there any way that I can check what has taken up my storage? I really want to save more notes, but I am not sure if the 60MB is enough for me if it continues like this... Please help!
  9. Hey guys, just have a quick question on Evernote Premium. If I were to just buy a one month of premium, would I get a GB for only that month or would I still be able to use that 1 GB forever. 60 mb is a little low on what I need per month, but 1 GB would be MORE than enough for what I will ever need to use. So I guess I'm just curious as to whether or not I can pay the one time 4.99 charge and get to use that one GB for as long as I want or until it runs out. It can go back to giving me 60 MB after that. Just as long as I get to keep that GB that I paid for. Not a new GB ever single month Sorry if this is somewhat confusing. I hope you understand what I mean. Thanks
  10. I've just noticed that the usage bar indicator that used to be to the right of Trunk on the top toolbar is no longer there. I don't think memory has deceived me. Just wondering why? The other day I was told I could no longer add anything because I was going over my limit, but I'd had no indicator. Is this something new?
  11. The knowledgebase doesn't say. I want: tag:clam or tag:shrimp or tag:crayfish or tag:abalone My experiments haven't worked.
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