Posts by Evernote Team

6 Signs You May Be in Love with Evernote

Your relationship with Evernote is getting serious. Take the next step. How do you know when it’s time to put a ring on it? There are a lot of compelling reasons to upgrade to Evernote Premium, and they’re as unique as the ways you use it. How do you know when the time is right? 1. You want Evernote with you wherever you go. The free version of Evernote lets

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38 Things You Should Save in Evernote

You’re just getting started with Evernote, and you’re asked to create your first note. What do you do with it? Make a shopping list? Write a poem? Plan your life? A blank page offers endless possibilities. Here are some cool ideas you can use to make that first note—and all the notes to follow—matter. Clear out your drawers and file cabinets All those warranty cards and user manuals. They collect

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CEO Notebook: An Exciting Year Ahead for Evernote

As Evernote’s CEO, I’m amazed every day. I get to see our employees working hard to develop the product and create new partnerships and innovations that promise to make Evernote even better. I also have the privilege of seeing unbelievably inspiring things that people are doing with Evernote. They’re taking it far beyond our original vision of preserving memory. As we look ahead to our 10th anniversary later this year,

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Want to Procrastinate? Take Our Productivity Quiz

When it comes to productivity, everyone does things differently. Some of us like to dive in and tackle things right away. Others take their sweet time. And some of us… wait, what were we talking about again? Anyway, there’s more than one way to get things done. To help you understand your inner productivity personality (and definitely NOT to distract you from whatever you’re supposed to be working on at

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How to Plan an Amazing Trip of a Lifetime

Have you dreamed of having éclairs at an outdoor café in Paris, or seeing the northern lights in person? Have you ever imagined gasping in wonder as you photograph wild giraffes in Africa? Or do you just want to see the tiny village where your grandmother was born? If you dream of far-off destinations and adventures, don’t keep them in your head. What if this year, you made your travel

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Starting a Business? Make it Happen in 2018

You’ve got a secret. You may have a great job, and you’re good at it, too. But deep down, you want to start a business of your own. You have a hobby you want to turn into a side hustle or an idea you want to grow into a product. You’ve spent some time gathering inspiration, collecting tips, and thinking about ‘someday maybe.’ Yet you haven’t made the leap. Fear, not

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Make 2018 Happen with Evernote’s 2018 Planner Templates

Update (September 24, 2018): There’s a new way to find, manage, and use note templates in Evernote. Visit our template gallery to browse pre-made templates you can add to your Evernote account. Learn more » Evernote fans, rejoice! You’ve been asking for them, you wait for them every year, and now the 2018 Evernote planner templates are here! This year, thanks to the new tables feature, the planners are more

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The Secret to Remote Work? It’s Not All About You

You’re at a holiday party, and invariably, someone asks what you do. You respond, explaining that you work remotely. Cue the raised eyebrows and polite nods. That’s because when remote work gets mentioned, it can conjure up all kinds of notions. People working in their pajamas. Workers slacking off. A disconnected, maybe even dysfunctional team culture. Some people still have this idea that you need to be sitting in an

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You Better Watch Out: Santa’s Got Evernote

The first thing you notice when you arrive at The Workshop is the cold. You expect it to be dark; it’s pretty far north, and it gets dark earlier the further north you go. My host points out a sudden glow of green light in the sky. The Northern Lights pulsate and glisten and turn the snow a reflective green so that the whole place looks, for a moment, like

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Surviving the Open Office (Really, It’s Not So Bad)

It’s ten o’clock, and I glance up from my first (okay, second) cup of coffee, only to lose my train of thought. That’s because there’s a visitor in the office. When our recruiter brings new candidates in, she gives them a quick tour, always zipping by my table. “And over here is the marketing team,” she points out. “You see we have an open office, which is really great for

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