We often liken Evernote to a second brain, one that helps you remember all the stuff that might otherwise fall through the cracks. There’s another great analogy for Evernote: a bridge. It connects the old with the new, the physical with the digital in ways that would’ve seemed impossible just a few years ago.
The Evernote App Center is full of partners that demonstrate this–from scanners to smartpens, Evernote has become the go-to way to digitally save analog content, which is why we’re so excited about today’s announcement of Evernote’s partnership with IdeaPaint.
What is IdeaPaint?
IdeaPaint is a special kind of paint that can turn anything into a dry-erase writing surface. It’s used in schools, offices, hospitals, and homes around the world. Why get a whiteboard when you can write on your entire wall with a coat of paint.
How do IdeaPaint and Evernote work together?
Evernote is good at bridging the worlds of old and new technology because it not only stores content, but also makes it searchable. After a long brainstorming session with IdeaPaint, snap a photo with your digital camera or smartphone. Next, bring the image into Evernote. We’ll make all the text searchable so you can find those great ideas whenever you want from any device you use. Next, use Evernote’s sharing features to share those images with your class, team or colleagues. It couldn’t be easier.
The simple, inexpensive digital whiteboard alternative
Evernote and IdeaPaint are turning something incredibly simple into a powerful, high-tech solution. For a fraction of the cost of a digital whiteboard, you can now use your walls and Evernote to write, save, find, share and repeat. This is the ideal option for school and small businesses looking to do more with tools they already have.