Evernote like application

One of my client needs an application pretty much like Evernote.
He wants to let the user log in and store his information or notes.

From the Databased design of point, what approch I should go.
One is create a database for each user
second is let 2 or 3 user information store in one database.

Any suggestions could be welcome
yadavdepAsked:
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Lee SavidgeCommented:
Why not give them Evernote? No point in reinventing the wheel. If they have Microsoft Office Pro licences they will have Onenote which is Microsofts version of Evernote.
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yadavdepAuthor Commented:
Well they want like evernote but evernote.
They have long list of feature which they want add or remove
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
Why would you create a new database for each user?  I see no advantages to that whatsoever only pain.
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Lee SavidgeCommented:
So Evernote has features they want but many they don't want... Then don't use the features you don't want. When I use Excel for example, there are bits of it I don't use but I don't consider creating a new one exactly the same just without the bits I don't like. A database per person will just be a headache in the long run.
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