We’ve added a few much-requested improvements to Evernote for iPhone and iPad today. Finding the notebook you’re looking for is easier, business card notes are more actionable, and checkboxes are more tappable.
Let’s take a look.
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As you add more projects, get more coworkers using Evernote Business, and become more organized, the more notebooks you’ll likely have access to. In the past, that notebook list could become unwieldy. Some significant design changes in this update make that list much more manageable.
- There’s a toggle that lets you switch between personal and Evernote Business Notebooks
- Notebook searches show sections for personal and Evernote Business Notebooks
- Icons indicate whether a notebook is shared with others
- Recently-viewed notebooks sit at the top of the Notebook List
All of these changes make that growing list of notebooks much friendlier.
Business Cards and Contact Notes
Whenever you take a photo of a business card with Evernote’s Business Card Camera, we’ll pull all the relevant information and digitize it. The result is a well-designed contact note complete with your new contact’s photo, when you connect Evernote to LinkedIn. In this update, we made some enhancements to that contact note. You can now call, email or message the contact directly from the note. You can also add a photo of the back of the card. In addition, you can choose which of your email addresses to use when connecting to your new contact.
In addition to these improvements, we’ve also improved speed, stability, and made checkboxes easier to tap by increasing their size and spacing.
Let us know what you think. We’d love to hear your thoughts.