December 12, 2012

EverDesk: unusual opportunity and special offer

Hi there!

It’s been a while since we gave away both versions of EverDesk. Though the first campaign was less successful due to lack of full Google support, EverEZ team did not miss a chance to gain revenge during their second go. And it was totally worth it in terms of everything – your attention, curiosity and willingness to share feedback.

And there is a couple of things they have to offer in order to say THANKS to those users who installed the application and registered their EverDesk account during the GOTD promotion:

  1. you can re-install the application at any time by downloading it from Login with your credentials which were used to register your EverDesk profile, and select the DOWNLOAD option;
  2. you can purchase a full EverDesk license for 1/3 of the regular price at Login with your credentials which were used to register your EverDesk profile, and select the BUY FULL LICENSE option.

Please pay attention to the fact, that you can only benefit from these two advantages if you registered your Everdesk account during promotions on GOTD.

Have a nice day!
Everdesk and GOTD teams


  1. use google docs offline, gmail offline, (and all the other feature of google offline) and you get the same result

    Comment by bmendonc — December 13th, 2012 at 5:55 pm
  2. Nice idea, I guess, but since a GOTD offer is good for only twenty-four hours, who keeps non-workable GOTD readme and installation files? My GOTD files are immediately deleted after an offer is installed.

    Comment by Bigun — December 15th, 2012 at 8:50 pm
  3. Bigun, what they are saying is that you DO NOT need those files. As long as you had registered your details the day when you activated the software, you can redownload/reinstall EverDesk at any time (without the original GOTD files, i.e. the EverDesk guys will provide you with new ones every time you upgrade/mess up your computer).

    The whole idea is for you not to feel forced to keep the original activation files. Of course, they would be useless after the initial 24 hours anyway.


    Comment by To anwer ... — December 25th, 2012 at 11:57 am
  4. Thanks. Got it.

    Comment by Bigun — December 29th, 2012 at 3:27 am

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