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End of Everhour v1 Support

June 6, 2022

We have decided to stop supporting the old version of Everhour.

end of everhour v1 support
Here is how it looks

Since September 2016, we’ve been maintaining two versions of our product, but it is quite labor-intensive and therefore after 6 years we decided to suspend it.

Don’t worry, it won’t happen tomorrow. You have plenty of time. At the same time, we kindly ask you not to delay with data export, because the date is final and will not be moved.

Everhour 1 will continue to operate until September 1, 2022.

Unfortunately, we can’t migrate your data to the new version. You have to create a brand new account in Everhour. The data structure is entirely different which makes it absolutely impossible to upgrade to a new version automatically. Sorry about that ;(

To compensate for this, we offer a 25% discount if you subscribe to a new version of Everhour. Just let us know and we’ll guide you regarding the next steps.

In order to export your Everhour v1 data, please go to the Reports page, choose a report you need and click the export icon: CSV or Excel.

end of everhour v1 support

If you have any questions, please contact us at ask{at}everhour.com

Mike Kulakov

Mike Kulakov

IT entrepreneur, executive and a former engineer. Responsible for company growth as well as the team’s motivation. Big fan of playing tennis, snowboarding, traveling, reading books, and (of course) I live and breathe our product.