Today’s Mac update (3.1.2) is a crowd-pleaser. We’ve added three capabilities that users have been requesting for quite a while: image rotation, attachment renaming and the ability to edit Saved Searches. Let’s take a look.
Images that you clip from webpages or bring in from your phone are frequently in some odd orientation. Now, Evernote lets you easily rotate the images either clockwise or counterclockwise simply by right-clicking on the image. The image will rotate in place.
Renaming a file, image or audio that you have in a note used to be a hassle. You would need to drag it out of the app, rename it, then drag it back in. With this update, you can right-click on the attachment and select Rename Resource from the menu. If the same file appears several times in the note, this will rename all instances of it.
Editing Saved Searches
Saved Searches are great for creating a quick way to jump to a complex search, or just to a search you do frequently. Now, you can edit the name and search criteria of a Saved Search by right clicking on the Saved Search in the left panel.
There are many, many other enhancements and improvements that make this version of Evernote for Mac faster and more reliable than ever. We have lots more to come.