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I started using Evernote in 2012 and I've been always very happy ever since.

After the introduction of the max 2 devices brilliant idea, the use of evernote became utterly tedious, specially because even if using it in 2 devices i am still asked to logout and log in... infinitely annoying.

Today I moved completely to One Note and super happy about it.

 this evernote policy is a complete failure. 

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Hi.  We're a -mainly- Evernote user-supported forum.  Though staffers will get to read your comments at some time,  I doubt it will influence company policy.  Good luck with One Note.

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On 4/29/2018 at 3:37 AM, cat3appr said:

I started using Evernote in 2012 and I've been always very happy ever since.

After the introduction of the max 2 devices brilliant idea, the use of evernote became utterly tedious, specially because even if using it in 2 devices i am still asked to logout and log in... infinitely annoying.

Today I moved completely to One Note and super happy about it.

 this evernote policy is a complete failure. 

They do have to make money at some point and still be able to provide a free software to some users. They evidently chose the 2 device limitation strategy which you evidently do not agree. 

Good luck with OneNote, it does have good features for sure. 

As far as the policy being a failure goes, time will be judge of that in my opinion.

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It's been almost two years since the policy was introduced.  Yowsa!

 

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