Evernote for Mac got a nice update today adding a new export option and a bunch of great usability enhancements. Check for updates or download the latest
Quick Look attachments
You can now view attachments from within Evernote using the handy Quick Look feature. Simply click on the Quick Look button in the attachment box or use the CMD+Y keyboard shortcut. This also works the other way; you can now Quick Look your Evernote notes in Finder or Spotlight.
Don’t forget, upgrading to Evernote Premium lets to you attach any type of file to your notes. Learn more on our Evernote Premium page.
Data portability is very important to us. We believe that you should feel comfortable putting your data into Evernote with the knowledge that, if you want, you can always take it out. In addition to our XML export, we’ve added the ability to export notes as HTML. To do this, select the note(s) you wish to export, click Export in the File menu, then choose HTML as the export format. All of your meta-information (tags, source URLs, etc) is preserved in the HTML source code.
All notes button
This new button lets you instantly clear out any searches and filters that you may have and resets the view to All Notebooks. You can access this feature either by clicking the button or using the CMD+R keyboard shortcut. Why didn’t we put this handy button into the Mac client before now? We have no idea.
Other great improvements
- ‘Save As’ now works for audio files contained within notes
- Improved and simplified menus – we’ve scrubbed every menu with a fine-toothed-mixed-metaphor-comb to make them all consistent
- Numerous bug fixes throughout