I currently have my N. bical growing on an east-facing window that gets a few hours of direct morning sun. It pitchers and currently needs a re-potting, but I'll be moving to a new home within the next month where I plan to grow the plant in an office window (mostly north facing) that gets about 45 minutes to an hour of direct sunlight in the afternoons. Besides that, it's mostly just moderate to bright indirect light.
I've been reading for years that N. bicals grow in full shade in the wild, but I'm a bit apprehensive since my plant has always received a good amount of direct sun. Will my plant suffer if I change it to a shady growing environment, or will it actually do the plant some good?