When you first get started in Evernote, you can probably get to what you need quickly. But as you start to add more notes, you may find that you don’t get around as fast as you used to. Scrolling, navigating, and searching—it all starts to take a little bit longer. Thankfully, there’s a highly underrated feature that is here to help: note links. A note link is exactly what it
We think your ideas are worth sharing, so we’re making it easier on all our Evernote products, beginning with Android. Sharing should be effortless Note and notebook sharing should feel more natural, the way you would expect it to be. If you haven’t noticed, we share things all the time. We share photos of food. We share links to cat videos. Now, when you save those things to Evernote, you’ll
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.