We call it sync. You call it magic. But why do we always talk about sync to begin with? Today we’d like to share what Evernote sync is, and why it’s important.
Sync means your stuff is everywhere you have Evernote.
Did you snap a photo using Evernote on your mobile device or attach a document to a note in Evernote on your desktop computer? Evernote is constantly syncing all of your notes to our service. This means that they’re beamed from one device to the next, without you ever having to press save or carry around a bunch of cords and thumb drives. It’s simple to access your content across all the places you’ve installed Evernote.
Updated notes, everywhere, too.
Sync also means that when you make an update in Evernote on one device, you’ll see it reflected everywhere else. This applies to checklists which you’ve checked off, comments a partner makes in a Shared Notebook, and a new audio recording attached to a meeting recap note.
Why can’t I see my notes sometimes?
Once you’ve created a new note, let it upload to our servers and download to your other devices (you can speed up the process by manually syncing). Soon enough, you’ll see it everywhere.