Are discounts available for Evernote Business?

Evernote Business is available to all qualifying non-governmental organizations (NGOs), non-profit organizations, and educational institutions at a 75% discount.

Discount pricing is only available to teams of five or more users and is billable monthly or yearly by credit card, or yearly by invoice.

What are the qualification criteria?

NGOs and non-profit organizations:

Educational institutions:

How can we apply for the discount?

  1. Create an Evernote Business account or upgrade your existing account
  2. Invite four or more users to join your company’s Evernote Business account
  3. Contact us with the following information:

Evernote will review your eligibility after you've submitted the necessary information and may request additional information to complete the verification process.

How is the discount applied?

The discount is credited retroactively from your initial payment. If you choose to pay by invoice, you will be billed initially at the normal rate. The discount will be applied after your discount eligibility has been verified.

If you choose to pay by credit card, we will refund the discounted amount from the first payment after your discount eligibility has been verified. Subsequent monthly cycles will be charged at the discounted rate.

Can students use Evernote Business?

Yes. However, as stated in Evernote’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, we expect the use of Evernote by minors be done only with the guidance, supervision, and consent of their parents, guardians, and/or authorized school officials. We rely on parents and guardians to ensure minors only use the Evernote Service if they can understand their rights and responsibilities.

The school is responsible for the following:

Additional COPPA requirement for US educational institutions

For educational institutions in the United States, Evernote requires that schools be responsible for obtaining the consent of parents and guardians as required by the U.S. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”).

This means that the educational institution must notify parents and guardians of children under the age of 13 of any personally identifiable information Evernote will collect about the child (as described in our Privacy Policy), and obtain the requisite consent from such parent or guardian before the school permits such child to establish an account or use Evernote Business. When obtaining parental or guardian consent, the school must provide parents or guardians with a copy of our Privacy Policy

For more information on complying with COPPA, see the Federal Trade Commission’s website. You should also ensure that you are complying with The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and any local laws and policies the school may be required to follow.

Obtaining proper consent before proceeding with setting up accounts for children is very important. If we become aware that children under age 13 have created Evernote accounts without such consent, we may be required to delete those accounts in order to be in compliance with COPPA.