Getting Started with Evernote for:

Introduction

Welcome! Evernote is the easy and powerful way to remember everything, from lifelong memories and vital information to daily reminders and to-do lists.

Everything you store in your Evernote account is automatically synced across all of your devices, making it easy to capture, browse, search and edit your notes everywhere you have Evernote, including smartphones, tablets, computers and on the Web.

This guide will introduce you to the basics of using Evernote, including how to create, organize, sync, search and share notes.

Create Your Evernote Account

Evernote offers two account types: Free accounts and Evernote Premium accounts.

Don't have an Evernote account? Create a Free account now!

Free Account
Anyone can create an Evernote account for free. Free accounts include the core Evernote features covered in this Getting Started Guide and more.

Evernote Premium
Evernote Premium offers many great additional features that let you get more out of Evernote, and is available for a monthly or yearly subscription. To learn more about everything that Evernote Premium has to offer, check out our Evernote Premium page.

Get Evernote for All Your Devices

Evernote is available for just about every device and platform, including smartphones, computers and on the Web, making it easy to remember everything and access it anytime, anywhere.

To download Evernote, visit the Evernote product page.

Evernote is available for all of the following:

Mobile

  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • iPod Touch
  • Windows Phone
  • Windows 8 (Touch)
  • Android
  • BlackBerry
  • WebOS

Desktop

  • Mac OS X
  • Windows

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Get started by learning about the Home Screen.

The Home Screen

From the Home Screen you can create quickly capture new notes with the new Quick Notes buttons, and browse everything in your Evernote account by notebook, location and more.

To open the Home Screen, tap the Evernote iconEvernote icon that is always available in the upper-left corner of the screen. Below, the Home Screen for smartphones is shown top and the Home Screen for tablets is shown bottom

Home Screen

Android Evernote Home Screen on phone (left) and on tablet (right).

  1. Quick Notes: Create a new note with text, audio, a photo snapshot, or a file attachment with a tap Learn more about Quick Notes
  2. Views: Easily browse the memories in your Evernote account with Views:
    • Notes: Displays all of the notes in your Evernote account, with the most recently updated notes shown first. Learn more about notes
    • Notebooks: Displays all of the notebooks and Notebook Stacks in your Evernote account. Tap any notebook to view the notes it contains. Learn more about notebooks
    • Tags: View a sortable list of all the tags currently used in your Evernote account. Tap any tag to view all of the notes associated with it. Learn more about tags
    • Places: Navigate and view your notes by location on a fully interactive map. Learn more about Places
    • Skitch Notes: View all of your notes that were created using Skitch. Tapping a note from this View will open it in Skitch. Learn more about Skitch
  3. Sync: Click to to manually sync your Evernote account. Evernote automatically syncs regularly, so using this button is optional. Sync ensures that everything in your Evernote account is available anytime and anywhere that you have access to Evernote, including on your phone, tablet, computer and on the Web.
  4. Search: Search your notes for keywords, locations, tags and more. Evernote searches the titles and contents of your notes, as well as text inside images attached to notes.
  5. Account Info: Manage your account settings, view your Evernote email address, and more

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Time to create your first note!

Create & Edit a Note

An Evernote note can capture just about anything, including text, images, files, audio, Web Clippings and more. All notes are searchable, making them easy to find when you need them. Evernote even searches for typed and handwritten text inside attached images.

Creating a New Note

Once created, your note will automatically be saved to Evernote and synced across all your devices.

From the Home Screen

Quick Notes buttons

The Quick Note buttons on the Home Screen make creating a new note fast and easy. The following options are available in the toolbar:

  1. New Note: Tap to open the Note Editor
  2. Snapshot: Tap to begin by capturing a photo using your device's normal or front-facing camera.
  3. Audio: Tap to begin by capturing an audio recording. Once you have captured your audio clip, you will be taken to the Note Editor. Your audio clip will be attached to the note
  4. Attach: Tap to begin creating a note by selecting a file to attach to a new note. Once you have selected an attachment, you will be taken to the Note Editor

From the Notes View

Create Note button

From the Notes View, you can create a new note by tapping the Create Note button, located in the lower-left corner of the screen.

Formatting Text

To format text in a note, use any of the formatting tools as you would in a normal word processor:

Formatting toolbar
  1. Text Style Tools: Tap to change the text style between bold, italicize, and underscore
  2. List Tools: Tap to create bulleted and numbered lists
  3. Checkbox: Create a checkbox to manage your tasks. Cross them off when complete.

Editing a Note

To edit the contents of a note, do the following:

Edit Note button
  1. Tap the note you want to edit to display its contents
  2. Tap the Pencil icon at the bottom on the screen. The Note Editor will be displayed
  3. Edit your note
  4. Tap the Checkmark icon in the upper-left corner of the Note Editor to save your changes

Adding Photos

With the multi-shot camera, you can capture one or more photos, then easily review them and choose the ones you want to attach to your note.

You can also use the Page Camera feature to save physical paper notes to your Evernote account, or capture pages from your Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine. For more information on using Page Camera, visit our Evernote Smart Notebook user guide.

To add photos to a note, do the following:

  1. Tap the note you want to edit to display its contents.
  2. Tap the Pencil icon at the bottom on the screen. The Note Editor will be displayed.
  3. Tap the Camera icon at the top-right of the screen. Your device's rear-facing camera will be activated.
  4. Snap one or more photos as you normally would.
  5. Tap the Photo Counter at the bottom right of the screen to open the photo gallery.
  6. Swipe across the thumbnail images to browse the photos.
  7. Tap any thumbnail image to view the full-sized photo.
  8. To delete a photo, tap the Trash icon when viewing the full-sized photo.
  9. Tap the Checkmark to accept the remaining photos and attach them to your note, or tap the X to discard all photos and return to the Note Editor.

Adding Attachments

Just about anything can be attached to a note, including files, images and audio.

To add an attachment, do the following:

Attachments menu
  1. Tap the note you want to edit to display its contents.
  2. Tap the Pencil icon at the bottom on the screen. The Note Editor will be displayed.
  3. Tap the + icon at the top-right of the screen.
  4. Tap the type of attachment you want to attach to the note.

Deleting a Note

To delete a note, do the following

  1. Tap and hold on the note you want to delete. An options menu will be displayed
  2. Tap Delete. A confirmation dialog will be displayed
  3. Tap Ok. The note will be moved to your Trash Notebook

Changing Note Details

options menu

To edit information about a note, Tap the options button Options button, located in the upper-right corner of the Note Editor. You can change a note's location details, notebook, and tags.

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Now that you have a note, let's sync it so that it's available across all your devices

Sync Your Evernote Account

sync image

Sync ensures that everything in your Evernote account is always available to view, edit and search everywhere you have Evernote, including smartphones, tablets, computers and on the Web.

Automatic Sync

By default, your Evernote account is automatically synced across all of your devices once per hour whenever Evernote is running.

Changing Sync Frequency
To change how often your account automatically syncs, do the following:

  1. Tap the Evernote icon to open the Home Screen
  2. Tap the Profile icon
  3. Tap Settings
  4. Under App Settings, tap Sync Notes
  5. Tap Sync Automatically
  6. Select how often you want to automatically sync your Evernote account. You may also disable automatic syncing

Enable WiFi Only Syncing
Users with limited data usage for their mobile device may want to sync only when their device is connected to a WiFi network. To enable syncing over WiFi only, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap the Profile icon
  2. Tap Settings
  3. Under App Settings, tap Sync Notes
  4. Tap Wi-Fi sync only

Manual Sync

You can sync your Evernote account at any time by tapping the Sync button on the Home Screen.

Manual Sync

Syncing manually is helpful when you want to immediately access content created on a different device, such as your desktop computer.

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Evernote makes your notes easy to browse. Let's take a look at the different ways available

Browse Your Notes

Browsing the contents of your Evernote account is easy, including notes, notebooks, tags, and the location where notes were created by tapping any of the Views on the Home Screen. To close a view and return to the Home Screen, tap the Evernote icon in the upper-left corner of the screen.

Notes iconNotes View

To browse all the notes in your Evernote account, Tap the Notes View on the Home Screen. The Note List will be displayed.

Note List

This list only displays the notes that belong to you, and does not include notes for Joined Notebooks that others have shared with you.

Notebook iconNotebooks View

Tap the Notebooks View on the Home Screen to see the Notebook List. All of the notebook that you own will be displayed beneath the MY NOTEBOOKS header, while all of the Joined Notebooks that others have shared with you will be displayed under the JOINED NOTEBOOKs header.To view all the notes in a notebook, tap it.

Notebook List

Each notebook in the Notebook List will display the number of notes it contains. Notebooks owned by you will also display the sharing status of the notebook (Private, Shared, or Public), while all Joined Notebooks will display the Evernote username of the notebook's owner. Notebook Stacks will display the number of notebooks contained in the Notebook Stack.

Tags iconTags View

To view all of the tags in your Evernote account, tap the Tags View on the Home Screen. The Tag List will be displayed

Tags List

Tap any tag to view the notes associated with it in the Note List.

Places iconPlaces View

Places lets you browse your notes based on where they were created. To open Places, tap the Places View on the Home Screen.

List View
By default, Places will open the List View, which separates your notes by country and city.

Places List View

To view your notes, tap any location in the list. All of the notes that were created in that location will be displayed in the Note List.

Map View
To view your notes in the Map View, tap the Map iconMap icon at the bottom of the Places List View. Your notes will be represented on the map as blue icons that display the number of notes associated with that location.

Places Map View

To view your notes, tap any of the numbered locations, or pinch and expand to zoom in and out on the map as you normally would to narrow your search.

Skitch iconSkitch Notes View

Skitch is a great tool that lets you easily annotate and share images, then save them forever in your Evernote account. With Evernote, you can easily browse all of your Skitch Notes, then open them in Skitch to continue annotating them. Learn more about Skitch.

To view your Skitch Notes, tap the Skitch Notes View on the Home Screen. The Note List will be displayed.

Skitch Notes List

Tap any tag to view the notes associated with it in the Note List.

Shortcuts

Shortcuts are the fast way to access your most frequently used content in your Evernote account. You may create a shortcut to any note, notebook, Notebook Stack or tag, then access it from the Shortcuts menu with a single tap.

To learn how to create and access shortcuts, see the 'Shortcuts' section in the Organize Notes section of this user guide.

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There's lots of ways to organize your notes to make them easier to browse and search.

Organize Your Notes

Evernote gives you many ways to keep your notes organized, so that you can browse, search and remember in the way that works best for you.

Notebooks

Notebooks are the most common way of organizing notes in Evernote, and are commonly used to separate notes by category, location or purpose. For example, you might create one notebook called Work Notes and one called Personal Notes to keep these types of notes separate and easier to find.

All Evernote accounts have one default notebook that is automatically created when the account is created.

Shared Notebooks can also be used to selectively allow others to see and edit the contents of your notebooks.

Creating a New Notebook
To create a new notebook, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap the Notebooks View. The Notebook List will be displayed
  2. Tap the + New Notebook button. The New Notebook dialog will be displayed
  3. Enter a name for your new notebook and tap Ok. You can add notes to your new notebook immediately

Adding Notes to a Notebook
By default, all new notes will be saved to your Evernote account's default notebook. To learn more about creating notes in a specific notebook, go to Create & Edit a Note.

To add notes to a notebook, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap the Notes View. The Note List will be displayed
  2. Tap the note you want to move. The note will be displayed in the Note Editor
  3. Tap the Options icon in the upper-right corner of the Note Editor. An options menu will be displayed
  4. Tap Move to notebook. A list of all the notebooks in your Evernote account will be displayed
  5. Tap the notebook that you want to move the note to
  6. Tap Ok. Evernote will automatically save and sync the change

Shortcuts

Shortcuts are the fast way to access your most frequently used content in your Evernote account. You may create a shortcut to any note, notebook, Notebook Stack or tag, then access it from the Shortcuts menu with a single tap.

The Shortcuts Menu

The Shortcuts menu can be accessed from anywhere in Evernote for Android, except the Home Screen. To open the Shortcuts menu, simply swipe from the right edge of the screen toward the center of the screen and the Shortcuts menu will slide out. All of your shortcuts will be displayed in the order they were created. To open any shortcut, tap it.

Shortcuts menu

The type of each shortcut will be indicated by one of the following icons:

  1. Notebook Shortcut
  2. Note Shortcut
  3. Tag Shortcut

Creating a Note Shortcut

To create a shortcut to any note, do the following:

  1. Open the Note List. This can be done by tapping Notes on the Home Screen, tapping any notebook, tapping any tag, or performing a search.
  2. Tap and hold on the note you want to create a shortcut to. An options menu will be displayed.
  3. Tap Add to Shortcuts. The note will be added to the Shortcuts menu.

Creating a Notebook Shortcut

To create a shortcut to any notebook, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap Notebooks to open the Notebook List.
  2. Tap and hold on the notebook you want to create a shortcut to. An options menu will be displayed.
  3. Tap Add to Shortcuts. The notebook will be added to the Shortcuts menu.

Creating a Tag Shortcut

To create a shortcut to any tag, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap Tags to open the Tag List.
  2. Tap and hold on the tag you want to create a shortcut to. An options menu will be displayed.
  3. Tap Add to Shortcuts. The tag will be added to the Shortcuts menu.

Creating a Notebook Stack Shortcut

To create a shortcut to any Notebook Stack, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap Notebooks to open the Notebook List.
  2. Tap and hold on the Notebook Stack you want to create a shortcut to. An options menu will be displayed.
  3. Tap Add to Shortcuts. The Notebook Stack will be added to the Shortcuts menu, along with all the notebooks it contains.

Removing a Shortcut

To remove any shortcut from the Shortcuts menu, do the following:

  1. Open the Shortcuts menu.
  2. Tap and hold on the shortcut you want to remove.
  3. Tap Remove from Shortcuts.

Tags

Tags are an optional way to associate keywords to notes and improve searchability. One or more tags can be added when a note is created or at a later time. Common uses for tags include associating notes with categories, memories or locations.

To view all of the tags used in your Evernote account, Tap the Tags icon On the Home Screen

Tagging a Note
To add a tag to a note, do the following:

  1. Open a new or existing note
  2. Tap the Options icon in the upper-right corner of the Note Editor
  3. Tap Tags. The Tag List will be displayed
  4. Tap the tag(s) you want to add
  5. Tap Done

Creating a New Tag
To create a new tag, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap the Tags View
  2. Open a new or existing note
  3. Tap the Options icon in the upper-right corner of the Note Editor
  4. Tap Tags. The Tag List will be displayed
  5. In the Tags: field, type the name of the new tag. To add multiple tags, separate them with a comma
  6. Tap Done

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Check out how Evernote's powerful search makes it easy to find your notes

Search Your Notes

Everything in Evernote is searchable, including the contents of notes, tags and attachments. Evernote even searches for typed and handwritten text inside attached images.

To search your Evernote account, tap the Search iconSearch icon, located in the upper-right corner of the Home Screen or the bottom of any of the Views on Smartphones and the upper-right corner of the screen on tablets, then enter keywords and terms in the search field.

Search screen

On smartphones (shown left), you may also tap the Location icon next to the search field to search for all the notes in your Evernote account that were created near your current location. To search by location on tablets (shown right), tap Advanced Search.

The Search feature in Evernote will also list recent searches, and automatically suggest tags and notebooks as you are typing based on the terms you enter in the Search field.

Document & PDF Search (Evernote Premium Feature)

Evernote Premium and Evernote Business subscribers may also search for typed and handwritten text inside the following attached file types:

  • Scanned PDFs
  • Documents (Microsoft Office, and iWork)
  • Spreadsheets (Microsoft Office, and iWork)
  • Presentations (Microsoft Office, and iWork)

Learn more about these and other great features of Evernote Premium and Evernote Business.

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Read on to learn how you can annotate images and save them to Evernote

Annotate content

Evernote provides you with all the tools you need to visually communicate ideas, share feedback, and collaborate with friends and co-workers. Easily annotate images and PDFs with lines, shapes, arrows, and more.

Annotate any image in Evernote

Sample annotations on an image

Premium users can annotate PDFs and include an Annotation Summary

Sample annotations on a PDF

Get Evernote Premium

Start annotating

Images

Tap to open an image from inside a note, then select the Annotate button.

PDFs

Tap to open a PDF from inside a note, then select the Annotate button.

Using Annotate tools

Add lines and shapesArrow tool

Use the Arrow tool to point out an exact spot or item on an image or PDF with arrows:

  1. Select the Arrow tool.
  2. Hold and drag to the spot on the image you want the arrow to point. The arrow points and stretches in the direction you drag.
Add arrows

Line & Shape tools iconLine & Shape tools

Use the Line & Shape tools to call attention to specific areas.

Line and shape tool options

To annotate your image or PDF with lines and shapes do the following:

  1. Select the Line & Shapes tool icon to show all of the available shapes.
  2. Select the icon corresponding to the shape you want to use (lines, circles, and squares.)
  3. Hold and drag over the area of the image where you want the shape to appear.
Lines and Shapes

Text tool iconText tool

Use the Text tool to add text to your image or PDF:

  1. Select the Text tool.
  2. Click the spot where you want the text to appear. A text cursor appears.
  3. Type the text you want to display.
  4. To edit the text or change the text format, select the text you want to edit to bring up the options slider or click inside the text box to edit text.
  5. Use the switch to toggle between plain or outlined text.
Text tool

Pen & Highlight tools

Use the Pen tool to freehand draw with digital ink. Use the Highlighter tool to add a transparent color overlay.

Pen and Highlight options

To draw and highlight areas on your image do the following:

  1. Select the Pen & Highlighter tools icon to show the available tools.
  2. Select the Pen tool icon to freehand drawings, or the Highlighter icon to highlight anything with transparent ink.
  3. With either tool, hold and drag over the image to draw with digital ink.

Stamp tool iconStamp tool

Use Stamps to quickly give visual feedback about parts of an image. This is a good way to let others know what aspects of the image you like, dislike, or need more information about. You can add short text notes to stamps as well.

Stamp options

Add a stamp:

  1. Select the Stamp tool icon. A menu of the available stamps will be displayed.
  2. Select a stamp you want to use.
  3. Click anywhere on the image or PDF page to add the stamp.
Add stamps

 

Add text to a stamp:

  1. Select the stamp you want to add text to. The stamp editing options will be displayed around the stamp.
  2. Select the Stamp tool text icon, identified by the letter "a". This icon will change to a text field.
  3. Start typing to add text to the stamp. You may add up to 16 characters.

 

Add text to stamp

 

Add a pointer to a stamp:

  1. Select the stamp you want to add a pointer to. The stamp editing options will be displayed around the stamp.
  2. Select the + icon. The + icon will change to a solid blue anchor point, and a pointer will appear on the left side of the stamp.
  3. To rotate the pointer to another spot on the stamp, hold and drag the blue anchor point to any point around the stamp.

 

Add arrows to stamps

Pixelate toolPixelate tool

(available only for images)

Use the Pixelate tool to blur portions of an image you don't want to share, such as faces or other personal information:

  1. Tap the Pixelate icon
  2. Hold and drag over the area you want to pixelate.
Pixelate

Color & Stroke options

Select a color for your text, arrow, and shape annotations.

Color options

Select a stroke size for your text, arrow, and shape annotations.

Stroke options

More editing options

In addition to the Annotate tools, Evernote provides other ways you can change the general layout of your images and PDFs. You can access these options while in Annotate view by selecting from the Document Options menu, located at the top right corner screen.

The following editing options are available:

  • Clear Annotations: Select Erase markups from the Document Options menu to delete all annotations made on a particular image or on a PDF. For PDFs, this means that annotations made on every page in a PDF are removed.
  • Crop: Select Crop to select and save a portion of the image to a note.
  • Rotate: Rotates the current image 90 degrees clockwise or 90 degrees counter-clockwise.

Include Annotation Summary

Annotation Summary

Make it easier for your friends and co-workers to review all your PDF annotations by appending an Annotation Summary page as the first page of the PDF you plan to share or print out.

This Annotation Summary displays the following information and appears in the Note Editor view:

  • Annotation count: A running count of the number of times each type of annotation is used in a document
    Annotation summary count
  • Snippet summary: Cropped areas of a PDF that show precisely where on a page each annotation appears. This makes it easy for others to quickly review and reference your ideas and comments, without having to search through the entire document.

    Annotation Summary

To include an Annotation Summary, simply select Include Markup Summary from the Document Options menu.

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Now let's look at all the ways you can share memories captured in Evernote

Share Your Notes

Evernote is more than a tool for remembering everything, it's also great for sharing the information and memories you capture with others, as well as collaborating. Any individual note can be shared through Evernote, as well as email, social media and on the web, even if the recipient isn't an Evernote user.

Shared Notes

To share a note, do the following:

  1. Create a new note or open an existing note
  2. Tap the Share iconShare icon in the upper-right corner of the Note Editor. A menu of all of the apps that can be used to share your note will be displayed, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and more.
  3. Tap the sharing option you want to use. For third-party apps like Facebook, you will be redirected to the app to confirm you want to share before it is posted

Public URL
One of Evernote's more popular sharing features is the ability to create a Public URL that can be accessed by anyone with a web browser. To create a Public URL, select Copy URL from the Share Menu. The Public URL will automatically be copied to your device's clipboard and can be pasted into email, text messages, and more. Please note that Public URLs are accessible by anyone who has the link.

Shared Notebooks

Shared Notebooks let you share your notebooks and the notes they contain with anyone, whether they are an Evernote user or not.

Invitees who are in your Evernote Business will receive a notification email and the notebook will appear in their Evernote account after their next sync. Invitees outside your Evernote Business will recieve an invitation to join, with the option to View Notebook (only look at contents in a web browser) or Join Notebook (add the Shared Notebook to their Evernote account).

To turn a notebook into a Shared Notebook, do the following:

  1. On the Home Screen, tap the Notebooks View. The Notebook List will be displayed
  2. Tap the Note Count next to the notebook you want to share. An options menu will be displayed
  3. Tap Sharing Settings
  4. Click one of the two sharing options:
    • Add people
      Allows you to share the notebook with specific Evernote users. Evernote Premium and Evernote Business users can also allow others to edit their Shared Notebooks.
      If you are sharing a notebook from your personal Evernote account, or are sharing an Evernote Business notebook to someone outside the business, invitees will receive an invitation to join. They will have the option to View Notebook (only look at contents in a web browser) or Join Notebook (add the Shared Notebook to their Evernote account). If you are an Evernote Business user and are sharing a Business Notebook, invitees who are in your Evernote Business will receive a notification email and the notebook will appear in their Evernote account after their next sync.
    • Make Public
      Creates a Public URL that can be accessed by anyone, including those who do not have Evernote. Please note that anyone with the Public Link will be able to view the entire contents of this notebook. You can disable a Public Link at anytime by returning to Sharing Settings for the Share Notebook and tapping Disable link

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Next, learn how the Evernote Widget lets you go directly to core Evernote features right from your home screen.

Evernote Widget for Android

The Evernote Widget lets you go directly to core Evernote features right from your home screen.

Install the Evernote Widget

Onto your device: The Evernote Widget is available for Android as a separate installation from the Google Play app store or the Android store for your device.

Onto your Home Screen: After you've installed the widget, drag it from your Widgets menu onto your home screen. Tap and hold the widget to move it, and drag the top or bottom edge to expand or shrink the widget.

Onto your lock screen: You may also add the widget to your lock screen so you can view notes or Reminders without unlocking your phone. Swipe to the side from your lock screen and then add the widget.

Use Quick Note buttons to create notes

The row of Quick Note buttons on the Evernote Widget allow you to create notes with one touch. Options include:

  1. New Note
  2. Quick Snapshot
  3. Audio Note
  4. Quick Reminder
  5. Page Camera
  6. Search
  7. Settings
  8. Skitch
  9. Speech-to-text Note

To change the function of any button:

  1. Tap the gear button on the widget
  2. Tap the button you wish to change
  3. Select the new function from the list

View notes and Reminders

Below the Quick Note buttons, you will see a scrollable note list. Tap any note or Reminder in the list to open it. You may also tap a checkbox or due date to update a Reminder.

The note list can show your notes in many ways, depending on your preference:

  1. Last Viewed
  2. Last Updated
  3. My Reminders
  4. Notebook
  5. Tag
  6. Saved Search

To change the note list view:

  1. Tap the gear button on the widget
  2. Tap the menu underneath NOTE LIST
  3. Select the new function from the list

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Congratulations! You've learned all the basics for using Evernote. Take a look at our Other Resources to find more ways to learn about Evernote

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