We always embrace the platforms that we build on. This lets us create the best-looking, native experiences on each device and operating system. Today’s update to Evernote for Windows Touch does just that with an all new hub page, shortcuts, Evernote Business support, better editing, and more.
A New Start
When you launch the app, you’ll be greeted with our new hub page. Here we’ve placed all of the core navigation items and account content that you need. Let’s take a look:
- New note options: Create a new text note, snapshot or start with a file attachment.
- Shortcuts: Any shortcuts you create in the app or in other versions of Evernote will appear here.
- Recent Activity: Tap to see recent updates to shared and Business notebooks.
- Notes: You’ll see the first few notes based on your sort order. If you sort by updated, these will be your most recent.
- Notebooks: Tap to jump directly into a specific notebooks, including Evernote Business notebooks.
- Tags: Choose a tag to view the tagged notes (depending on how many columns you have, you may need to swipe to see the tags.
Tapping on an arrow near the column header will take you to the full list.
Evernote Business Support
Evernote for Windows Touch now supports Evernote Business. You’ll be able to jump into your company’s Business Library from the Get More section of the hub page. You will also see Business Notebooks appear in blue in the Notebooks column to distinguish them from your personal notebooks.
To learn more about the ways that Evernote Business can help make your company and team work smarter, check out our Evernote Business site.
This update also brings three important improvements to the note view. First, if you have a note that you need to go to frequently, create a shortcut. This will place the note onto the hub page for easy access. Also, you can now remove all formatting from a note or convert the note to plain text. To do either, tap on the remove formatting icon when editing a note and choose your option.
This is a major update to Evernote for Windows Touch. In addition to the new features above, the app now supports two-step verification (read more) and has significant stability and reliability improvements. There’s more to come. Give the app a try and let us know what you think.