The limitation is very serious if you have accumulated hundreds or thousands of notes over the years.
The team of the popular service for creating and storing notes Evernote began testing an innovation that its users did not like much. Complaints about Evernote have appeared online – users are offered the choice of either paying for a paid subscription or facing a limit of 1 notebook and 50 notes.
This change severely limits the options for longtime Evernote users who have accumulated hundreds or thousands of notes over the years.
Despite the message in the app, Evernote's website pricing page does not yet indicate that there is such a limit for free use. Thematic resource TechCrunch was able to obtain comment on the situation from company representatives. Evernote said that the change is not yet final, so the information on the site has not been updated. The service team tested with less than 1% of its users with a free subscription. If they decide to adopt the innovation, the company will explicitly communicate the changes at “relevant customer touchpoints.”
Evernote also emphasized that the new limit will not prevent users from managing, editing, viewing, exporting or deleting existing notes, but will only limit the ability to create new notes.