How to use Evernote Notebooks by Moleskine


The Evernote Notebooks by Moleskine are the first paper notebooks specifically designed for users who would like to create digitized versions of handwritten notes. Evernote's Document Camera not only captures your physical notes, but optimizes them and seamlessly integrates them with Evernote accounts. Once captured into Evernote, you can leverage Evernote's ability to easily store, manage, and share these notes. Smart Stickers, included with the notebooks, make it easy to tag and organize your notes.

Here are some of the ways you can use Evernote Notebooks:

  • Jot ideas down on paper, then save and manage them in Evernote
  • Hand draw sketches that can be easily shared with others using Evernote
  • Preserve notes on a Moleskine notebook into Evernote, so that it can be available anywhere, at anytime, and from any device

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Choose Your Notebook

Choose Your Notebook

Notebook options

Evernote Notebooks are available with hard or soft covers and come in varying sizes, paper types. These acid-free paper notebooks with durable, thread-bound, cardboard covers, exhibit the quality expected of Moleskine products. Additionally, Evernote Notebooks also include a set of Smart Stickers, for seamless integration with Evernote tags and notebooks.

Evernote Notebook Classic

Our "original" Evernote notebook for your everyday needs, available in two sizes:

  • Large Evernote Notebook Classic
    240 pages (120 sheets)
    5 by 8.25 inches (13 x 21 cm)
  • Pocket Evernote Notebook Classic
    192 pages (96 sheets)
    3.5 x 5.5 inches (9 x 14 cm)

Evernote Sketchbook

The Evernote notebook with thicker paper designed for the durability required for drawings and illustrations, and available in two sizes:

  • Large Evernote Sketchbook
    160 pages (80 sheets)
    5 by 8.25 inches (13 x 21 cm)
    81 lb paper
  • Pocket Evernote Sketchbook
    176 pages (88 sheets)
    3.5 x 5.5 inches (9 x 14 cm)
    81 lb paper

Evernote Notebook Journal

The Evernote Journal is a great choice for anyone who wants a thinner notebook with flexible, softcovers, and perforated pages, and comes in three sizes:

  • Extra-Large Evernote Journal
    108 pages (54 sheets)
    7.5 by 10 inches (19 x 25 cm)
  • Large Evernote Journal
    78 pages (34 sheets)
    5 by 8.25 inches (13 x 21 cm)
  • Pocket Evernote Journal
    36 pages (18 sheets)
    3.5 x 5.5 inches (9 x 14 cm)

Available Paper Patterns

Evernote squared pattern (grid)

Evernote ruled pattern (lined)

Evernote dot grid pattern (grid) (Evernote Sketchbook only)


Next, let's see how Smart Stickers make your Evernote Notebooks a unique and powerful part of the Evernote family of products

Tag Pages with Smart Stickers

Evernote Smart Stickers make your Evernote Notebooks even smarter by letting your automatically tag and organize your notes when they are saved to your Evernote account using the Document Camera for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android devices. Every Evernote Notebook comes with a complete set of Smart Stickers.

open notebook

Every Evernote Notebook comes with six different Smart Stickers that each have one default tag associated with it. You can also customize each type of Smart Sticker and associate them with any notebook and up to six tags.

The following are the default tags associated with Evernote Smart Stickers:

  • HomeHome
  • ActionAction
  • RejectedRejected
  • ApprovedApproved
  • TravelTravel
  • WorkWork

Using Smart Stickers to Tag Pages

Smart Stickers

To automatically tag and organize the notes from your Evernote Notebook, place the Smart Stickers on the page close to the text. This ensures that your Smart Stickers are captured within the image capture area of the Document Camera.

Please note that the Document Camera only recognizes Smart Stickers placed on Evernote Notebooks.

Customizing Smart Stickers

Use the Evernote app in iOS or Android devices to customize which tag and notebook you want to automatically associate with the Smart Stickers you have captured using the Document Camera.

Each Smart Sticker can be associated with one notebook and one tag.

iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

To customize Smart Stickers on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, do the following:

  1. Tap your username from the Home Screen to bring up the Account Settings
  2. Scroll down to the Camera Settings section and select Moleskine Notebook
  3. Tap the Smart Sticker you want to modify. The tag and notebook currently associated with the Smart Sticker will be shown
  4. To change the notebook associated with the Smart Sticker, tap the Notebook option, then select a notebook from the list or create a new one by typing a name into the text field. All notes that have this Smart Sticker will now be saved to the selected notebook automatically when captured with the Document Camera
  5. To change the tag associated with the Smart Sticker, tap the Tags option, then select a tag from the list or create a new one with the text field. To remove a tag from the Smart Sticker and revert to the default tag, tap the checkmark next to your selected tag. All notes that have this Smart Sticker will now be saved with the selected tags automatically when captured with the Document Camera.


To customize Smart Stickers on an Android device, do the following:

  1. At the top of the Home Screen, tap your name. An options menu will appear.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Smart stickers beneath the 'Smart notebook settings' header. A list of each Smart Sticker will be displayed, with the currently associated tag and notebook listed beneath each.
  4. To change any tag or notebook associated with a Smart Sticker, tap it. A list of all available tags or notebooks will be displayed.
  5. Tap the tag or notebook you want to change to from the list.
  6. Tap Ok.


Time to capture pages from your Evernote Notebook using Evernote's Document Camera

Capture Pages using the Document Camera

Capturing a Note with a Smartphone

With Evernote, you can use any device to capture a page from your Evernote Notebook, then save it to your Evernote account, which includes the ability search for handwritten text.

The Document Camera makes saving your physical notes to your Evernote account even easier with automatic edge detection and image optimization. The Document Camera even allows you to automatically tag and organize your notes using Smart Stickers that come with your Evernote Notebook.

Supported Devices

The Document Camera is currently available in Evernote for the following devices:

  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • iPod Touch
  • Android

Please note that while Document Camera works on iPhone 3Gs, iPad 2, and earlier models, these are not optimal due to the absence of flash and low camera resolution.

Capturing Pages using the Document Camera

The Document Camera is specifically designed to capture the clearest possible images of your Evernote Notebooks pages, and automatically interpret any Smart Stickers on the page into tags and notebooks they should be associated with.

iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

Screenshot of Document Camera
  1. Tap the Camera button from the Quicknotes panel or from the Notes Editor
  2. Swipe anywhere in the image capture area to select the Document Camera option. The device is now ready to capture notebook pages.


Screenshot of Page Camera
  1. Open the camera in Evernote
  2. OffTap the Page Camera icon (shown here). Your device is now ready to start capturing notebook pages.


Next, review a few tips to ensure you get the best results from the Document Camera.

Tips & Techniques


Follow these steps to get good results capturing from Evernote Notebooks.

  1. Write clearly with dark ink for best handwriting recognition.
  2. Lay the notebook flat on a dark background. Edges of the page will be detected automatically as long as there is a contrast between the page and background.
  3. Lay the green bookmark string flat between the two pages so the page edge is detected and cropped.
  4. Turn on your device's flash and capture images in good, even background light (between many lights, or in indirect sunlight).
  5. Always use the Document Camera in the latest version of Evernote.
  6. Position your device so that the entire page, including the edges, is visible within the Document Camera viewing area. It's also a good practice to position your device parallel to the page so the edges are aligned with the viewing frame as well. This ensures solid focus and good resolution.
  7. Ensure that the image is in focus by tapping anywhere on the image capture area of the screen immediately before capturing an image.
  8. Shoot one page at a time.
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