EC4 Partner Wrap-up: Platform Awards, Smartsheet, & New Ways to Read with Evernote


EC4 Partner Wrap-up: Platform Awards, Smartsheet, & New Ways to Read with Evernote

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 08 Oct 2014

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 08 Oct 2014

Last week on Oct. 1, we celebrated the sixth birthday of the Evernote API. Fitting that the next day we launched into the 4th Annual Evernote Conference. It was two days packed full of sessions, talks, and workshops delivered to our most inspired users and devoted developers.

Here’s a rundown of some of the announcements and updates from our partners at EC4.

Platform Award Winners
Every year, some of the most talented developers in the world compete in our startup competition. Together, they build the most interesting apps that integrate with Evernote. This year, three amazing companies vied for the Best New Startup.

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And the winner of Best New Startup Gold was Swipes! From all of us at Evernote and the rest of our community, we offer a huge congratulations to Swipes as well as the Silver and Bronze winners!
Gold – Swipes
Silver – Blogo
Bronze – OLSET

Read more about the winners of the 2014 Evernote Platform Awards.

Next Issue
At Evernote, we love reading magazines. That’s why it was exciting for Next Issue to announce their new partnership with us at EC4. Starting in November, Evernote users will have an entirely new way to capture and save stories from their favorite magazines. Learn more.

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Whether you’re interested in technology, long-form journalism, travel, or food, you can easily collect and access that content anywhere. Next Issue’s newsstand features more than 140 titles from Forbes to Fast Company.

Smartsheet + Evernote
Now, it’s a lot easier to coordinate with your team. With Smartsheet and Evernote, you are provided the tools to create, plan, and execute. Attach and sync right from Evernote. Start your free 30-day trial now.


The way that we connect with content has changed drastically over the past few years. Finding the best content to read can be a challenging pursuit. That’s why Feedly’s new Collection Sharing is so interesting. Together, Feedly has 15 million users sharing 40 million sources. With Collection Sharing, you can easily follow a curated list of the best sites covering an array of topics from fashion to politics. Learn more here.

Premium Offers
Last week, we announced our Premium Offers launch program and our first three launch partners. EasilyDo, Uber Conference, and

For these Evernote App Center apps, just for having Premium, you’ll get more. Learn more.


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  • Dale Wright

    Kudos to Swipes! However, I’m really confused why Evernote hasn’t provided the basic todo list management tools inside Evernote? When I’m on my desktop I can open an Evernote notebook and work through the reminders for that workbook. However, if I’m on the move and want to quickly add a reminder to specific notebook or remind myself of what’s on my list, I have to tap a lot of buttons to get to the information. I have played with almost every integrated todo list app/service out there and nothing quite works how I would hope. My idea of heaven would be a stand alone Evernote reminders app that simply lists out all the notes I have reminders on (grouped by notebook or tags). Clicking on a reminder would list out any checklists from the note. If I needed to access the full note then a single click would open the note within the full Evernote app.
    A quick and simple way to manage my life using Evernote…

    • Jason

      consider setting up a shortcut search todo:false
      this will bring up a global list of all unchecked todo items.

    • Eric

      I completely agree with you, Dale. Your idea would be a great time saver. Swipes is great because of the Evernote integration, but it sorely lacks some of the features that are more familiar to Any.Do users. If Evernote had its own version with the level of performance you are describing, life would be a bit easier.

    • peter

      To get a task list in evernote jsut set a reminder date, use the “snippit view” and at the top of the list it will give you a “reminder list” that i use as a task list. no need for swipes. secondly, use Cronify connector and the reminders/tasks will go into your calendar.