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SlideshowEvernote Gives Itself High Fives, Completes Migration to Google Cloud

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Evernote found Bob Ross socks to commemorate its cloud migration.
Evernote found Bob Ross socks to commemorate its cloud migration.

Mitch Wagner 2/9/2017 | 9:35:29 PM
Re: Happy little clouds Saving money, flexibility, new services. 
danielcawrey 2/9/2017 | 3:24:30 PM
Re: Happy little clouds Is this just a way for Evernote to save money? The reason why I ask is because a lot has been made about Snapchat using Google Cloud and how much it costs. For a company like Snap, growth might mean getting off Google Cloud. The fact Evernote is talking about this might speak to its declining user growth. 
Mitch Wagner 2/8/2017 | 5:23:52 PM
Re: Happy little clouds Evernote has to-do capabilities, but it's really a note-taking app, where you can also store documents and photos. 

I use a Mac app called OmniFocus for to-dos. 

Evernote has a feature called "reminders" that make it a sort-of to-do manager. When the service lets you set up recurring/repeating reminders, I may give it a try as my to-do manager. 

Bullet lists are very trendy. You're such a hipster. :)
Kelsey Ziser 2/8/2017 | 5:05:35 PM
Happy little clouds Love the Bob Ross socks, I wonder if Evernote will be selling those in their online store...

Interesting that the migration sparked concerns over privacy...I get the feeling this probably isn't the last time Evernote will have to handle an uproar over privacy concerns, it just seems like it would be par for the course in their type of business model.

I've tried Evernote, Wunderlist, etc. but I keep coming back to pen and paper for to-do lists. Right now I'm on the bullet journaling bandwagon. 
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