Evernote’s newest augmented intelligence feature, Context, plays a central role in our mission to build software that helps you be more productive all through the workday. Today, we’re pleased to announce the arrival of Context on our Android and Windows platforms.
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Context informs your work right as you’re doing it by connecting you to the most relevant information in your account and in the outside world. Using it is as simple as working the way you normally would. As you write or research in Evernote, pieces of information related to the topic you’re working on start flowing in at the bottom of your note.
This information comes from sources including your own past notes, notes shared by a coworker, and articles from trusted news sources, like The Wall Street Journal. Other Context sources include Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, Pando Daily, and TechCrunch.
Click or tap a note or article to view it, then save it to reference later or share it with Work Chat. With Context, you’ll find the information you need just when you need it, all without having to leave your workspace.
For your benefit only
Your privacy is at the core of Context. We do not share any information about you or your account with any publisher. These are not ads. All of our augmented intelligence is performed within the Evernote service. The links we use when sending you to a publisher’s content do not contain any identifiable information. Like we say in our 3 Laws of Data Protection: your data is protected. If you’d like to know more about how Context works, check out our Context FAQ
Special Wall Street Journal offer
All Wall Street Journal subscribers that are eligible for a WSJ+ membership can enjoy a year of Evernote Premium with their subscription. Redeem by logging into your WSJ account.
Context is a Premium feature, available in the latest update for all major platforms. If you don’t have Premium yet, upgrade your account now to see it in action.
If you’re an Evernote Business subscriber, you also have Context. In addition to the sources mentioned above, you’ll see shared notes from coworkers who may know more. If you’re also a Factiva customer, you can enable Factiva in your Context Settings to see information about companies mentioned in your notes.
We’re incredibly excited about Context’s role in helping us get even more out of the time we spend working. Let us know what you think below.