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Posted by Cassius
Nov 26, 2014 at 10:39 PM

 

The WSJ is offering the following:

WSJ+ members can also claim a complimentary year of Evernote Premium.

 


Posted by WSP
Nov 27, 2014 at 12:19 AM

 

I believe this is connected with their scheme of inserting various outside sources of information onto the Evernote screen—e.g., if you do a search for “Silicon Valley” in your notes, some material on that subject from the WSJ will also appear. I’m not sure how that will work if you don’t have a subscription already to the WSJ. And I trust this feature will be optional.

 


Posted by PIMfan
Nov 27, 2014 at 05:21 AM

 

I am an Evernote user (albeit not a “serious” user), but I would think seriously about what data I would want to commit to the service based on this (and other threads):

https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/78102-whats-going-on/

Evernote has so many things it does well…it’s sad to see prior heavy users have to call out how bad the issues are…..

d

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Nov 27, 2014 at 12:58 PM

 

Thank you for posting this—I am a print subscriber to WSJ—spurred by your note I discovered that I could activate WSJ+ and from there redeem the 12 months of Evernote Premium.  Would not have known this but for your post.

Cassius wrote:
The WSJ is offering the following:
> > WSJ+ members can also claim a complimentary year of Evernote Premium.

 


Posted by WSP
Nov 27, 2014 at 02:37 PM

 

Interesting thread—thanks for pointing it out. Evernote’s quality control is not as good as it ought to be, and it’s always seemed to me that the obvious explanation for that is the company’s extraordinary lack of focus. (Exhibit A: Evernote-themed socks and coffee mugs.)

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PIMfan wrote:
I am an Evernote user (albeit not a “serious” user), but I would think
>seriously about what data I would want to commit to the service based on
>this (and other threads):
> >https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/78102-whats-going-on/
> >Evernote has so many things it does well…it’s sad to see prior heavy
>users have to call out how bad the issues are…..
> >d

 


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