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Unicorns Episode

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 03 May 2011

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 03 May 2011

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In this episode, we talk about the recent updates to Evernote Web, our new sharing features and our 3 Laws of Data Protection. Also, we have a very special interview with Eddie Hori. Plus, unicorns…

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Audio feed | Length: 50mins

Podcast #27 topics

  • The completely redesigned Evernote Web [Read the post]
  • Sharing to Facebook, Twitter and more
  • Evernote’s 3 Laws of Data Protection [Read the post]
  • Interview with Eddie Hori
  • Twitter questions

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15 Comments RSS

  • Jane

    I keep getting a message to post my rating of evernote, and I click on the icon but never get to a place where I can tell people how great I think this app is, although I’m a newbie & just learning the ins & outs. How can I rate it?

  • Ray

    I was with my wife at her Cancer Dr for follow up visit. He asked if her primary had prescribed a particular type of drug. She said she had left her medication list at home so I pulled out my IPHONE opened Evernote and showed him her medication list.
    Awesome!!

  • Levi Wallach

    You got it right at the end of the podcast – it rhymes with “Chevy.”

    Oh, and I keep toggling the autosave but no calls from Dave yet :(

  • ntt

    My fav part in this podcast..

    ————–
    Andrew : @evernote, say I scan a tax return into Evernote….
    Phil : I scan a tax return into Evernote.
    ** Rim Shot **
    ——–

    EPIC!!.. Like someone say in the last podcasting, you guys have become like a comic trio.. Possible side-career?? :P

  • Sean

    Looking at the forum, there are many request for colour coding notes and notebooks, i’m surprised that such a simple feature have not yet been considered. I don’t think it should be too difficult to implement?

    I am a heavy premium Evernote user with almost 6000 notes, within loads of Notebooks, grouped into several Notebook groups.

    I would love to be able to change the colour of Notebooks, to navigate to them more easily. Almost in the same vain as you can change the colour of folders in OSX.

    Another feature request is when searching for a note using the ‘tag:’ command in the search field, it would be great if Evernote suggest tags as you type, so that you are not obliged to type the whole tag. In the same vain as when you create a tag in a note.

    Thanks for being awesome.

  • August

    Personally, I wish you’d trim the attempts at humor. The product is awesome, so obviously you’re great software developers. But comics? Not so much. If there’s one thing that will kill my love for Evernote, it’s the “personality” Phil exposes on the podcasts.

    • David S.

      I am a new user to Evernote and am loving the product. I find your comment mean-spirited and uncalled for. Even if I agreed with it, which I do not, I would not engage in this sort of gratuitous, nonconstructive criticism. Humor is in the eye of the beholder. Don’t assume your subjective opinion is objective fact.

  • Babs

    5/24/11-Well, I think the Podcast humor is hilarious! Question–
    How do you rotate a picture in Evernote? Occ when I send one from an email or even from the camera roll on the Iphone, it is sideways. I can’t seem to find the way to adjust it…help.
    Also,I know there is a way to create a photo album in EN. I’d like to hear a podcast or see a demo as to how to do this. Others I know feel the same way. Seems obvious, but what I’ve been doing is to create a Photo Stack, drop photos from it into labeled notebooks….Is that how ya’ll do it? Congrats on the Webby! Now make a Tote with the Elephant and the caption…Evernote for Everything……because totes hold LOTS of stuff and so does Evernote! Thanks for making my life organized!

  • Björn Bengtsson

    Hello,
    I think you have a fantastic program and a decent podcast ;). The worst thing about the podcast is that it is so long between the episodes…

    Use case evernote (morbid?) The other day I was out looking for my ancestors graves. There were 4 of them and I have been there before, and have been looking all over the place every time (a bit shorter now though) I took photos to be able to find my way back next time and to be able to remember all of their names. I discussed it with my father, who said that there had fallen a few characters off from his grandfathers grave, but that they had been replaced. I noted that it was now as well, and showed him the photo.

    I am a premium user and I will continue to be so if you keep your reasonable cost per month. I have a wish though:

    Barcode scanner: Use case. I gather information about the chemicals, preferred tools, consumables we have at work in Evernote. I want to use Evernote to gather product information and barcode in one note for each product. When using google searches for a product, it would also search my evernote. I haven’t seen any barcode scanner being able to connect the data on the phone to the computer in a flexible and safe way. I tried your competitors app (springpad), but they could only search for stuff existing on the net already.

  • andjaidy

    just want to say how much I truly love evernote. a real savior buddy for people who has a lot of things to do, very busy, productive, that needs a place where in all comes in handy. More power to Evernote and to the maker/s developers of this stupendous stress , panic, pressure @ hectic schedule minimizer slash helper-buddy slash Ever! more to come!

  • Nykk Keehner

    I just heard my first pod cast ever. This is funny . It’s like nerdformation. I think I learned something but now I can’t remember because I didn’t copy it to my Awsome Note app then save to Evernote.

  • derrygarriveboy

    A long time Evernote users and weekly I am amazed at how much I can free up my inbox/desktop using this application. I use Outlook/Xobni at work and gmail at home. Any chance of introducing a plugin to work with Rapportive?

  • Trollhead

    Methinks it’s about time for another Blogcast, non?

  • Celeste D. Teat

    This is first podcast I listened to. I discovered Evernote on my Nook Color only VERY recently and so I downloaded and created an account. I am so glad that I did, and I got to hear the Hori interview. Logged on to his blog and well …I should be doing homework. Thanks for Evernote.

  • MaryG

    I love Evernote and I am really blessed by it. My memeory is lost out there somewhere and with this I can note what I want to remember and this alone makes me very happy. Please don’t ever close this because in it are my memories and dates. :)