Days after Evernote began testing a totally free program with use of just one laptop and 50 records with minimal people, the business has made this its brand-new standard plan that is free. The notetaking app said that this change will be applicable for all new and existing free users December that is starting 4.a post on its blogIn*), Evernote specified that people can erase content from their particular notebooks to include various other content in the restriction.

“From 4, the Evernote Free experience has changed december. Going forward, existing and new free users has at the most fifty records and another laptop per account. These restrictions make reference to how many records and notebooks a person might have inside their account at some point: you can erase content that is unwanted remain below the threshold,” the company, owned by Milan-based Bending Spoons, said.

Users with more than 50 notes in their existing free accounts will be able to export additional notes and notebooks. Evernote mentioned on its blog that these restrictions will reflect on its compare plans page on December 4, but didn’t specify if limits or pricing of other plans are also that is changing

Earlier this few days, Evernote confirmed to For Millionaires on its site that the brand new plan that is limited-free part of a test with “less than 1% of its free users.” The test was trying to get people to pay the higher limit plans, which are priced at $14.99 and $17.99 per

The month organization stated that many users that are free below the newly set limit. However, Evernote acknowledged that this change might push customers towards “reconsidering” Evernote.”

After to their“relationship Bending Spoons acquired Evernote in 2022, the company laid off 129 people in February 2023 november. A spokesperson told For Millionaires that the notetaking app has “been unprofitable for years and the situation was unsustainable in the long term.”(*)While at that time Ian Smalls, who was simply appointed Evernote CEO in 2018, squeezed the ongoing company to $100 million in recurring revenue, the app has fallen behind newer competitors like Notion.(*)For users who might want to look for alternatives, Notion, Microsoft OneOne, and Zoho Notebook offer generous tiers that are free(*)