What happens to my data when my subscription expires?
An active subscription is required to access Extended features, such as editors, themes, and other extensions. When your subscription expires, these extensions will enter a read-only mode, so you can continue to see your data with the visual markup provided by the extensions, but not use the extensions themselves to modify data.
Because extensions are typically visual layers on top of your existing data, you can simply disable these extensions to go back to editing your data using plain means. For example, if you were using Markdown Pro to edit a note, this editor will enter a read-only state when your subscription expires. You can then simply choose the Plain Editor to edit your note as usual.
What about two-factor authentication?
As a courtesy, we keep two-factor authentication enabled for accounts even after their subscription expires, so long as a refund is not requested.
More from Extended Account
- How do I manage/modify my Extended subscription?
- How do I add more time to my Extended subscription?
- How do I install extensions once I've signed up for Extended?
- Why was I not requested to set up a password for Extended?
- My extensions appear as expired, even though my subscription is still valid.
- What is the refund policy on Standard Notes Extended?
- What is Standard Notes' sale policy?
- How can I get an invoice for my purchase?
- Is there a free trial available for Extended?
- Does Standard Notes offer a student discount?
- Does Standard Notes offer a lifetime subscription?
- What if I can't afford the price of Extended?