We understand—it’s hard to live in a ‘one-app-fits-all’ world. Evernote may be just one of many apps in your productivity toolbox. The trouble is, with more apps come more passwords to remember. We don’t think anything, not complex login pages nor forgotten passwords, should ever stand between you and your notes. Starting November 3, 2016, Evernote will support Google sign-in. Anyone with a Google account will be able to sign
When Jonathan Copeland, a second year student at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, was selected as the winner of Evernote’s Twitter Back to School Sweepstakes, we knew we’d found a treasure trove of Evernote tips for students. Jonathan submitted not just one, but eight ways that Evernote helps him become more successful as a student. With so much Evernote joy bursting out of him, it came as no surprise
Do you ever find yourself talking about a scene in a movie, only to forget the name of the movie midway through your sentence? The way our brains work is both remarkable and mysterious. One minute, we’re processing massive amounts of data like a machine. Next, we’re struggling to remember our best friend’s birthday. There’s so much about the brain we don’t understand. But what we are learning is that
Just as the founders of Yahoo and Starbucks found inspiration for their company names from novels they’d read, we, too, often stumble upon our best ideas from the least expected places. The name “Yahoo,” for instance, was derived, in part, from a legendary creature found in Jonathan Swift’s novel, Gulliver’s Travels. And the name “Starbucks” was inspired by the chief mate on the whaling ship in Herman Melville’s novel, Moby-Dick.