Today, we added a new feature to Evernote for Windows that’s great for environments in which multiple people share a single computer. We’ve also expanded the sharing capabilities to include LinkedIn. Let’s take a look.
New Premium feature: User Switching
The new user switching feature lets you quickly go between a Free account and several Premium accounts without the sign-out/sign-in process. To use the feature, go to the File menu and select Add Account, then sign in. Once Evernote syncs all of the notes, you’re done. Now you can switch from one account to the other.
Evernote retains all the notes that were synced the last time you viewed the account, so you’re not re-downloading anything. The app only syncs notes for the account that’s in view, so you’ll need to allow it time to synchronize any updates when you switch to a different user.
Keyboard shortcut and toolbar option
To make it even easier to switch between users, you can either click on the new Account tool bar button or use a quick keyboard shortcut: CRTL+SHIFT+A.
Share to LinkedIn
In addition to Facebook and Twitter, you can now also share individual notes to your professional network on LinkedIn. Click on the Share button to get started.
In addition, we fixed a bunch of bugs and added new keyboard shortcuts to increase and decrease text size (CTRL + and CTRL – ). Let us know what you think.