Premium Week Continues: Fit Twice the Memories In Each Note

Posted by on 30 Nov 2012

Posted by on 30 Nov 2012

Editor’s Note: As of April 29, 2015, the Evernote features described in this blog post have changed. Please reference our comparison page for a current list of features and pricing levels.

Earlier this week we announced the latest version of Evernote Clearly, complete with a great new Premium feature that reads blog posts and articles aloud. Today, we’re excited to announce another Premium-only improvement: we’ve doubled the maximum size of a single note for Premium users from 50MB to 100MB (Free users have a limit of 25MB).

That means you’ll be able to get more notes, more files, more presentations into a single note than ever before. Don’t forget, a single note can have lots of attachments. Try it out.

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  • @dr3do

    Wooooohhhoooooo! 100MB for a single note, great. Thanks!

  • Ray Kunder

    When is this “Week” over?

    Thank you for your time.

    Ray Kunder

  • Bruce Bebow

    That’s great. I just hit the 50mb wall for the first time a few weeks ago when I tried to consolidate all of my notes from one of my MBA courses into a single note. THANKS!

  • Leopold Green

    I’m a Premium user and while the increase in note size is nice nothing wipes out losing functionality and ease of use in EN5! Please can we have back the toolbar with quick access to most used folders along the top and a side bar allowing nested folders, dragging folders and notes in small font. By all means leave the designer ‘bling’ to attract people but given I pay I would really like a desktop client which is based on needs of heavy user [i.e. thousands of notes, hundreds of folders, etc., etc.,]


    • Jack Hirsch

      Hi Leopold,

      Try using Shortcuts for your most frequently used Notebooks. If that doesn’t work, you can always expand your Notebooks list by right clicking on Notebooks in the Sidebar and selecting “Expand.”

      Hope that helps!

  • ShahinQurbanov

    Good news!! thanks!!

  • Chris

    That’s great news! Thanks!

  • David Glover

    Love Evernote … love this news … many thanks Evernote!

  • disqus_TOTaJvUehM

    I LOVE Evernote! Just became Premium!! Thanks a lot for making life much easier!!