Works with Evernote Business: UberConference

Friends & Partners | 2013-4-26 | Alex Muramoto 26 Apr 2013 | By Alex Muramoto

Evernote Business

  • Partner name: UberConference
  • Platform: Web
  • Price: Free, Pro ($10/month)
  • Type: Conference Calling

UberConference is a visual conference calling service that lets you see participants and share notes. With Evernote Business, you can pull in notes that you want to share on the call, such as an agenda, notes from the last call, or a project proposal. Once the call is done, a summary is automatically sent to your Evernote account so you can stay organized.

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How it works

UberConference provides a beautifully designed, intuitive web experience. You can pull in contacts from social networks, such as LinkedIn, or enter participant information manually. A great feature of UberConference is that participants can join either via their computer or their smartphone, and if using their smartphone, they only need to click on a link to the call number to join. No more tedious PIN numbers.


During the call, each person’s profile will appear, showing who is on, and when someone is speaking. If you pulled in social network profiles, you can access participants’ information during the call by clicking on their image so you have more context. To pull in notes from Evernote, simply tap on the share icon at the bottom next to the timer, and a menu showing both regular Evernote notebooks and Evernote Business notebooks will appear. You can search by note titles as well. Choose the notes you need, and they will be listed at the bottom of your screen. Everyone in the call can access these shared notes when they please, so one person could be looking at the agenda, while another is reviewing project specs.

The summary sent to your Evernote account when your call is completed includes who participated, duration, what files were shared, a recording of the conversation, and an area to add further notes.

Learn more about UberConference from the Evernote Trunk →

Read more about additional partner apps and products that work with Evernote Business.

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Video: Evernote Business at Evernote

Tips & Stories | 2013-4-18 | Alex Muramoto 18 Apr 2013 | By Alex Muramoto

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We are continually impressed by the creativity of Evernote Business users, and the variety of ways they use Evernote Business to help their company work better, smarter and more efficiently. This includes our own team here at Evernote – every day we use Evernote Business to get work done and deliver the best experience possible across our entire family of apps.

Making this happen takes immense effort, coordination, and dedication on the part of everyone at Evernote, and Evernote Business allows each and every one of us to share and discover the knowledge of every member of our team. It’s the external brain of our entire company, and we’re constantly at work to improve Evernote Business to make it better for us and you.

Works with Evernote Business: Zapier

Friends & Partners | 2013-4-17 | Mie Yaginuma 17 Apr 2013 | By Mie Yaginuma

Evernote Business


  • Partner name: Zapier
  • Platform: Web
  • Price: Free, Basic ($15/month), Business ($49/month), Business Plus ($99/month)
  • Type: Productivity

Evernote Business is great for capturing, sharing and discovering knowledge in the workplace, but for many of us, Evernote is not the only service we use to get work done every day. With Zapier, you can connect multiple services, over 200 commonly used ones, with Evernote Business to automate your workflow.

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How it works

The concept is simple: use Zapier to connect other online services to your Evernote account, then specify what actions in those services you want to trigger actions in your Evernote account. You can also have Zapier use actions in Evernote to trigger actions in other services. For example, you can set Zapier to automatically create a Google Calendar event based on certain text found in a new note, and even have it automatically invite members of your team. This is just one of a huge number of possibilities that you can explore on Zapier’s website.


Zapier has a step-by-step interface that makes set-up easy. Simply choose the icon of the service you want for the first trigger, then a second icon for the action. Zapier provides action choices in pull-down menus, walks you through setting up filters and other specifications, and lets you test everything before making it live.

Once live, Zapier will check for triggers every 5 or 15 minutes, depending on your service level. You can also monitor all the activities that have been triggered using your dashboard.

Download Zapier from the Evernote Trunk →

And read more about additional partner apps and products that work with Evernote Business.

Are you a developer interested in joining the more than 20,000 developers worldwide who are building with Evernote? Visit to get more information and get started!


Works with Evernote Business: LiveMinutes

Friends & Partners | 2013-4-11 | Mie Yaginuma 11 Apr 2013 | By Mie Yaginuma

Evernote Business


  • Partner name: LiveMinutes
  • Platform: Web
  • Price: free
  • Type: Audio & Note taking

If you work with a remote team, LiveMinutes will make your online meetings and collaboration easier and more efficient. Discuss projects using video chat, edit and annotate documents from Evernote Business, and have a complete report of your call automatically compiled and saved back into Evernote. Whether you’re working through research, coming up with a budget, or finalizing project specs in real-time, LiveMinutes and Evernote will help things go smoothly.

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LiveMinutes works with Evernote Business, letting you seamlessly access any content you need from either Personal or Business notes. To get started, set up a video chat by inviting attendees using their email address. They will be able to join the call via phone, Skype, or their computer. Once connected, you can chat, pull up content from Evernote, and edit together as you go.

Once the call is complete, LiveMinutes will generate a report that includes a list of attendees, a recording, and a link to any updated documents. Consider saving the final report to your Evernote Business notebook, so that you will have everything ready and accessible to anyone on your team.

Learn more about LiveMinutes in the Evernote Trunk →

And read more about additional partner apps and products that work with Evernote Business.

Are you a developer interested in joining the more than 20,000 developers worldwide who are building with Evernote? Visit to get more information and get started!


Evernote Business Meetup: London Calling!

Tips & Stories | 2013-4-10 | Alex Muramoto 10 Apr 2013 | By Alex Muramoto

Evernote Business

We recently held our first European Evernote Business Meetup in Central London. Over 80 Evernote users gathered at  the HUB Westminster for an evening full of Evernote Business tips and use cases.


Two Evernote Ambassadors, Jim Cregan from Jimmy’s Iced Coffee and Russell Curtis from the award-winning London architects RCKa, shared their entrepreneurial challenges and how Evernote Business helps to resolve them. The panel discussion was moderated by TechCrunch editor Ingrid Lunden.


And of course, what is a Meetup without some cool giveaways? Each guest was entered into a raffle for a chance to win some great prizes, including the Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine. All of the Evernote users in attendance also had the opportunity to mingle and exchange ideas and experiences about their use of Evernote over drinks and an amazing Evernote-themed Cake.


Our Evernote Business meet up in Central London was a great success, and we hope to see all of you at the next meetup in your area!

Register for an Evernote Business Meet Up

Our next Evernote Business meet ups will be held in Madrid and Amsterdam. Only a limited number of spots are available per meet up, so make sure to reserve yours today:

  • April 22nd, 2013 at garAJe Madrid [Register]
  • April 26th, 2013 at The HUB Amsterdam [Register]

The Evernote Business team also offers regular live online demonstrations of Evernote Business. To see the schedule of upcoming webinar dates and to register, visit our Evernote Business webinars site.

Video: How Award-winning Architect Russel Curtis Uses Evernote Business

Tips & Stories | 2013-4-4 | Alex Muramoto 4 Apr 2013 | By Alex Muramoto

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Russell Curtis is Evernote’s Architecture Ambassador, and a founding director of London-based architects RCKa, an award-winning design practice specializing in community, public and residential buildings. In this video Russell shares his experiences of using Evernote Business as an Architect entrepreneur.

From capturing photos of job sites under construction to saving scans of paper documents to discovering the shared knowledge of his entire team, Evernote Business lets him run almost every aspect of his company in the office and on the go. Watch now to see how RCKa uses Evernote Business, and learn what Evernote Business can do for your company.

Works with Evernote Business: Fujitsu ScanSnap

Friends & Partners | 2013-4-2 | Mie Yaginuma 2 Apr 2013 | By Mie Yaginuma

Evernote Business


  • Partner name: Fujitsu
  • Platform: Mac, Windows
  • Price: $495
  • Type: Scanner

Whether you’re just starting to use Evernote at work, or have already been using Evernote in the office for years, a scanner is an essential tool for taking advantage of what Evernote can do. Once you digitize your papers and have them saved in Evernote, you can search for what you need quickly and easily in-app. And now, saving everything important to your business in Evernote just got easier with the Fujitsu ScanSnap, which works with Evernote Business so you can save everything directly to a Business Notebook of your choice.

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The Scansnap iX500

Get rid of clutter and get your business organized by scanning in business cards, business trip receipts, customer contracts, project documents, or even scribbled meeting notes. The new ScanSnap iX500 model is smart, so you can quickly and accurately scan multiple documents. The scanner will also detect the size and fix skew, show images in proper orientation, remove blank pages, and even scan directly to your mobile device via wifi, without using a PC or Mac. This means you can scan what you need for your next meeting right into your smartphone and take it with you.

Using Evernote Business

The Fujitsu ScanSnap has been one of our favorite Evernote integrations for a long time, but now it is even more powerful with Evernote Business, allowing you to save directly to any Business Notebook.


Quick Tip: Use the Fujitsu ScanSnap to save directly to a Shared Business Notebook or a Business Notebook published to your company’s Business Library to make your scanned documents instantly accessible by your team.


Plus, finding any document when you need it is easy with Evernote’s powerful search, which can even find typed or handwritten text within attached images. Even if you don’t tag or organize items into notebooks, all you have to do is search for one word in the document you need. Evernote Business and Evernote Premium users can also search within scanned PDFs, as well as Microsoft Office, iWork and OpenOffice documents, presentations, and spreadsheets thanks to our new Document Search Premium feature.



And don’t forget to try out the other partner apps and products that work with Evernote Business.

Are you a developer interested in joining the more than 20,000 developers worldwide who are building with Evernote? Visit to get more information and get started!

Search Better with Evernote Business: Document Search

Product Updates | 2013-3-28 | 28 Mar 2013 | By

Evernote Business
Search is a centerpiece of the Evernote experience. No matter how you use notebooks and tags, search is often the key to helping you discover the items you’re looking for. Over the years, we’ve continually made search better for all of our users. From making it faster to adding type-ahead suggestions to improving our search for text in images, we want to make sure everyone can find what they need.

Search Better with Evernote Premium

Today, we’re supercharging search for Evernote Premium and Evernote Business users with the addition of Document Search. Now any attached document, presentation and spreadsheet created using Microsoft Office and iWork will show up in your search results across almost every version of Evernote that you use.

Best part: If you’re a Premium or Business user, you don’t need to do anything. The feature is live and your existing documents have all been indexed. It’s important to keep in mind that when you add new documents, you’ll need to give us a few minutes to sync and index them before the results will appear.

This new feature comes in addition to the existing priority image recognition, and Premium PDF Search, which makes any scanned documents attached to notes searchable, for Premium users.

If you attach documents to your notes, scan PDFs and take photos containing text, you may want to consider upgrading to Evernote Premium. It’ll make finding your notes faster and easier than ever.

Evernote World: How ZN Chairman, Philip Weiss, Wrote a Book with Evernote

Tips & Stories | 2013-3-21 | Alex Muramoto 21 Mar 2013 | By Alex Muramoto

Evernote Business


Name: Philip Weiss
Profession: Chairman and Chief Hyperthinker ZN, co-founder of TEDx Brussels and Chairman of IABC Europe
Location: Brussels, Belgium
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Twitter: @pweiss


While a student in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University, Phillip Weiss had already launched two college magazines, started the first student radio station on a full FM license in the UK, and – last but not least – received the Young Achievers Award from the Queen of England. Back in Brussels he set up ZN, a leading eCommunications agency that works with companies, political institutions and other organizations, teaching them how to use the Internet to integrate and transform communication. His ‘Hyperthinking model’ was developed to enable the ZN team and their clients to manage rapid change and innovation, and to adapt their strategies and structures to the Internet age.

I Use Evernote, Everywhere

I’ve been an Evernote User from the Beginning. I have used Evernote from the day the app launched. At ZN we work on new communication challenges, and we are always looking for new tools to enhance and change the way we communicate and engage online. Evernote is one of these new tools, and we were quick to try it out.

Evernote is my external brain. From my personal to professional life, I have a lot of different things going on, and it all comes together in Evernote. Any kind of information, from photos to audio, I will put into my Evernote account. It’s my to-do list; my digital brain. It’s the central place for me to capture and access notes on any topic. Evernote stays open on all of my devices most of the time.

Evernote for Authors

Evernote was a key tool for me in the process of writing my book, HyperThinking: Creating a New Mindset for the Age of Networks. Evernote offers us an opportunity to organize our ideas, thoughts and projects differently. It provides us with amazing opportunities to keep track of more information and to do more with it. But to do so, we need an open mind and we need to experiment and continue to learn. This is part of the mindset I describe in Hyperthinking. There are many tools available but they can overwhelm and confuse us. In order to use these, we need to be open, to have the right mindset.

Step 1: Gathering
When I started writing and gathering content, notes and insights that would later go into the book, I worked in a Word-document, but that was far too complicated as it grew in length and content. Then I started to put the content straight into Evernote. The main advantage is that I can put all my ideas, photos, things I see on the street, or read in the newspaper, into one central place, using tags to organize them with minimal effort.


What I find very useful in Evernote is that when I thought of an idea for the book whilst I was travelling, I would record it with my phone, and then tag it in Evernote. I would then process it later. For this, I created a default notebook called ‘untagged’ where all the stuff I haven’t tagged goes, so I know it needs to be processed.


The same applies for the occasions when I read a story in a magazine or paper. I would take a snapshot on my phone and also tag it in Evernote. When I had a random thought that might be relevant later, I would note something, again with a tag. By tagging all these different types of content, I could easily find it again at a later date.

Step 2: Drafting

I kept each section or chapter heading in draft form in Evernote. By doing this, I could add notes and lines when I had time to write. Sometimes I would write an entire section as a note to be reviewed later.


Step 3: Planning

I use Evernote as a planning tool, so I added tasks and notes about what needs to be done: NOW, NEXT, SOON, LATER. I borrowed this approach from a site called which combines the methodology of David Allen (known as GTD or Getting Things Done) with Evernote.


This is one of the best applications of GTD and provides a good and reliable structure to capture and act on your task list. It captures all the things you have to do into one system, and then helps you to prioritize it. I can also put important and relevant emails straight into Evernote by forwarding them and converting them into tasks. I now also use a script from IFTTT that coverts flagged emails into Evernote tasks automatically.

Obviously the topic of the book, HyperThinking, was all about using new technology and capturing different ideas to be more effective in the age of networks, so you could say Evernote was a native ‘hyperthinking’ tool.

A Tip for Evernote Users

Just use it! We are exposed to all this new information and with Evernote you can link everything you are doing. Notes, meetings, pictures, it brings it all together.
The way you use Evernote is very personal, meaning it can serve you in any way that works best for you – it’s up to you to find out how to get the most out of it.

Works with Evernote Business: FileThis Fetch

Friends & Partners | 2013-3-20 | Mie Yaginuma 20 Mar 2013 | By Mie Yaginuma

Evernote Business


  • App/developer name: FileThis Fetch
  • Platform: Web
  • Price: Free trial. Monthly and annual plans available.
  • Type: Document management

Keeping track of bills and statements when running a business can be a headache. You spend time sorting statements, logging into various sites to download bills, and stressing over due dates. Evernote Business can be a great place for small businesses to save these bills and statements, and keep them organized. Now, with FileThis Fetch, you can automate the process.  FileThis Fetch will retrieve statements from many popular banks and utilities on your behalf, and file them into a Business Notebook. With everything saved in your Evernote Business account, it remains searchable and available everywhere you have Evernote installed.

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Setting up FileThis Fetch with your online account is a quick process, and once everything is saved to Evernote Business you can organize your statements, and share with teams as necessary. As Evernote Productivity Ambassador, Joshua Zerkel, a FileThis Fetch user explains, “Taking the time to go to each vendor’s site and download your e-bills and e-statements can be a real pain. FileThis Fetch solves this last-mile problem for you, and lets you decide where your statements and bills should live. One less thing for you to do.” Get more productivity tips from Josh.

Download FileThis Fetch

Ready to try FileThis Fetch? Download it from the Evernote Trunk.

And don’t forget to try out the other partner apps and products that work with Evernote Business.

Are you a developer interested in joining the more than 20,000 developers worldwide who are building with Evernote? Visit to get more information and get started!