Editor’s Note: As of April 29, 2015, emailing into Evernote is a paid feature available to Evernote Premium and Evernote Plus subscribers. To learn more, visit our level and feature comparison page.
Searching inside your email is hard. Searching inside of Evernote is easy. Let us show you how to use your Evernote email address to send emails from your inbox to your Evernote (and intelligently organize emails inside of your account, right from your email inbox).
Here are a few ways to use the Email to Evernote feature:
- Travel recommendations and confirmations: Capture travel recommendations, confirmation numbers, hotel addresses, and everything else related to your trip; send everything to your trip notebook. Premium tip: If you’re a Premium user, make your trip notebook an Offline Notebook so you can access your notes even when you don’t have a connection.
- Work files, documents and presentations: Forward work-related projects to a notebook you’ve designated for work or an appropriate Business notebook so you can collect all elements of a project in one place. With Skitch, you can quickly markup documents inside your Evernote account and send off to colleagues for review/approval right from your Evernote account. Premium tip: Search inside of PDFs, iWork and Office documents inside of your Evernote account to find things fast.
- Newsletters: Organize your newsletters for later reading and access by sending them to a ‘Newsletters’ or ‘Read Later’ notebook.
- Online order confirmation/tracking numbers: Place a lot of online orders? Forward all your confirmation and tracking numbers to Evernote so you’ll never lose track of what you’ve purchased/received, and make returns easy!
The Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome also lets you clip emails directly from Gmail. Check out this post to learn how.