- We’re big in Japan [Phil's last trip]
- New language support
- Lexmark integration [related post]
- Lots of great iPhone apps have integrated Evernote [related post]
- Twitter questions!
- Use cases
We’ve all been there: you have a team meeting with lots of participation and ideas, everything seems to be going great, but in the end no decisions are reached and you feel defeated by the experience. The problem is that, in many cases, those team meetings are the main points of collaboration and communication, and [...]
Today, we bring you a different sort of update: our newly redesigned blog. The goal of the new look is to make it easier to find what you’re looking for, to help foster meaningful discussion, and to make the whole thing easier to read. Here’s a description of what we’ve changed: Featured posts Our main [...]
Name: Patrick Jones Location: Colorado, USA Website: Brain Injury Chaplain Uses: Evernote for Mac and Evernote for iPhone We hear many interesting and unique stories from our users who tell us how Evernote helps them remember everything, but we never realized how important that could be until we got a note from Deacon Patrick Jones [...]
For people looking to be more productive, David Allen’s Getting Things Done has become the do-more-stuff bible. One of the crucial parts of the GTD system is a capture tool—a place to record every thought, idea and business card you come across.
One of the many ways to get stuff into your Evernote account is by sending notes to your personal Evernote email address. Today, we launched a big improvement to this functionality that lets you specify the destination Notebook and assign Tags to your emailed notes.
We’re incredibly honored to be named one of Fast Company’s 10 Most Innovative Mobile Companies [article].
We have some pretty exciting news to announce today. Evernote for Android is now bundled on new Samsung Android phones from T-Mobile US, including the Samsung Behold II. So, if you’ve been eyeing that shiny new Behold II, now’s a great time to grab one for yourself.
A new version of Evernote for Mac is now available (1.7.1). Here’s a list of what we’ve added and improved: Check for updates or download it here.
Partner Month may technically be over, but we still have lots of cool integrations to talk about. Today, we’re focusing on iPhone apps that play nice with Evernote. There are quite a few in the AppStore already, with more on the way.