Go Paperless Easily with the New Evernote for Windows Desktop

Go Paperless Easily with the New Evernote for Windows Desktop

Posted by Joshua Zerkel on 29 Jan 2014

Posted by Joshua Zerkel on 29 Jan 2014

Today, we’ve made Evernote for Windows Desktop even better with the addition of full support for the ScanSnap Evernote Edition scanner. Let’s take a look at what’s new.

Supports the ScanSnap Evernote Edition
With the new Evernote for Windows Desktop, you can get even more out of your ScanSnap Evernote Edition scanner. We’ve added features like LinkedIn integration to help you add relevance to your scanned business cards and autofiling of documents to save you time and steps.

After networking events
The next time you attend a networking event, you can drop all the business cards you’ve collected into the ScanSnap Evernote Edition, and Evernote will recognize all the text on each person’s card. Automatically, we’ll fill in all the details about each person, including their photo, company, title, and more – directly from their LinkedIn profile.

Contact Note in Evernote for Windows Desktop

At your desk
Scan your documents directly into Evernote, and everything becomes easily searchable and accessible on all your devices, including your computer, tablet, and smartphone. The new Evernote for Windows works directly with the ScanSnap Evernote Edition to send your receipts, business cards, and documents directly to the notebooks you choose, automatically.

With your team
If your team uses Evernote Business, your scanned contracts, business cards, and handwritten meeting notes can be easily shared among relevant team members. This helps everyone on your team stay on top of developments with projects and customers, without sending emails requesting updates.

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  • es

    it costs $541.65, including shipping and tax. i currently don’t consider this scanner a good value (if it had a flatbed, for documents that can’t be put through the rollers, maybe).

  • Randy Astle

    In light of the complaints and issues reported by users over the last few months, spending limited resources on better integration with an expensive device that most users (including premium and business users) won’t ever purchase and use seems like misplaced priorities to me.

    • PU

      I fully agree. Evernote has serious problems with the inferior text processing and note-takers will not tolerate it for ever just because the whole environment is sort of cool. Evernote should certainly review its priorities. Even mindless scan-producers will not buy such expensive gadget en masse.

  • Wally

    I have a scan snap scanner that is pre dedicated scan snap Evernote – what are my options?

  • Tony Butka

    If Evernote wants to put premium features on a single piece of scanning hardware, ScanSnap isn’t the one. They do not use TWAIN or other standard drivers and their customer support has been nonexistent.

    I still have one of the original ScanSnap scanners, and it won’t work well in anything beyond Windows XP.

    A premium support feature that will work with any TWAIN or ISIS compliant scanner, now THAT would be a cool feature.

  • Samir

    I have a ScanSnap 1300 that rocks, but I think is too old for this. I used to have a CardScan that worked great for putting contact info into Outlook, but I couldn’t capture the image. I do agree that ScanSnap has no customer support; I haven’t needed any, but it is a worry.