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What is Early Access?

Early Access (also called “prototype service”) is a version of software or an app that is available to a small group of customers to test before it’s released as a public beta or to the general public. There are different stages in early access (e.g., previews and betas). Previews may not have all the functionality that ends up in a beta or a general release, and you may experience unexpected behavior or an occasional bug.

What is the Evernote Early Access Program?

The Evernote Early Access Program is designed to give customers the opportunity to test and provide feedback on new Evernote features or products before a general release. When you join the program, you may be asked to test specific features and functionality in a real-world environment so you can provide feedback. Participation is optional and you can leave the program at any time.

Is the Evernote Early Access Program the same as the Evernote Beta Program?

Yes, we’ve changed the name to Early Access Program to more accurately reflect the different stages of early access testing – previews and betas.

Who can join?

The Evernote Early Access Program is open to all customers with personal Evernote accounts. Please note that not all participants in the Early Access Program will have access to all tests. The devices you use, how you use Evernote, and how often you use Evernote will help us determine which previews and betas you may be asked to participate in.

Evernote Teams customers aren't eligible for this program. However, there are occasionally Evernote Teams features that are available for testing outside of this program. Evernote Teams account admins can contact us at earlyaccess@evernote.com for more information.

Does it cost money?

No. It is free to participate in the program. You are not required to have a paid Evernote subscription.

Do I receive compensation for joining the program or testing your products?

No. There is no compensation for your participation.

Are early access features confidential?

Yes. All of the functionality you access through our program is confidential information. This means you may not reveal anything to anyone else, such as through blog posts, Twitter, or other such public postings. Please do not discuss the features with or demonstrate it to others who are not in the Evernote Early Access Program. Also, do not install the early access version of the app on any systems you don't directly control or that you share with others. If Evernote publicly discloses technical information about the early access version, it is no longer considered confidential.

How will Evernote contact me?

We will contact you using the email you provide in the sign up form, which should be the email address associated with your Evernote account.

How do I provide feedback?

For most Early Access testing, we will ask for your feedback in surveys sent to your email. For some previews or betas, you may also have the ability to leave feedback directly within the app or to engage with other testers in a closed, private forum.

How do I leave the program?

Please fill out this form to opt out of the Early Access Program, and you will be removed within the next 48 business hours. You will not receive any further communications about the program after that, so if you change your mind, you’ll need to sign up once again. If you want to return to using the current Evernote app, be sure your notes are synced and then go to evernote.com/download or the iOS App Store/Google Play Store to reinstall.

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