Evernote for Windows gets two significant enhancements today. First, you can now annotate images inside of your notes. Second, you’ll notice that sync is way faster. Let’s take a look at both.
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If you’re like many Evernote users, then you have lots of images in your account including web pages you clipped and photos snapped using Evernote on your phone. Now, you can make these images more useful.
Mouse over an image, and you’ll see an Annotation button appear in the top right corner. Click it to open the Annotation Tool. From there, point something out using arrows and stamps, add text and shapes, or crop and resize. Close the window and your note updates with the annotated image.
We love this feature for identifying key parts of a data visualization or calling out important information on maps and seating charts. Give it a shot.
Evernote Business users and those with sizable Evernote accounts will notice a major improvement in sync performance. In fact, in some cases, sync is so fast that you won’t notice it at all.
In addition to these improvements, we’ve improved stability, made Evernote better for new users and much more. Let us know what you think.