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Uncovering Templates, the Hidden Gem of Evernote

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 » One of the advantages of Evernote is flexibility. When you get a brand new account, it comes as an empty vessel to fill up with your ideas. That being said, sometimes a blank slate can

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Sharing Notes on Android Just Got Better

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

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Evernote Employee Inspiration: Meet the Idea Man, “Mr. Evernote”

 In this series, we spotlight employees and the clever and creative ways they use the product! Get some inspiration from Evernote insiders. In a way, Josh Zerkel is “Mr. Evernote.” As head of the Evernote Community and Certified Consultant programs, it’s Josh’s job to spread the word about Evernote to groups around the world, and he designs programs to bring fans together to meet and learn from each other. It’s

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How to Create a Spark File With Evernote

On the Evernote blog, creativity is a constant theme. The very nature of creativity—how we find it, capture it, save it, and how we use it, has been a persistent narrative of many of our posts. It has defined topics ranging from authors and writers to filmmakers and designers. The fascinating takeaway from these dialogues is that the fundamental search for understanding how ideas work has implications far beyond the

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Scan and annotate with the new Evernote for Android

Following the release of Scannable, many of you asked us about something similar for Android phones. We’ve wanted that too. Today, we’re proud to present our latest Evernote for Android update with some features we’re sure you’ll love! Get the new Evernote for Android » A smarter way to digitize documents Our latest Android update features a redesigned Evernote camera that makes capturing and managing your shots smoother and better

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Unveiling the New Evernote for Windows

A while back, we made a public commitment to bring about some large-scale improvements to Evernote. We believe that the best thing about our product is its uniqueness in helping you easily capture, remember, and rediscover things that are important to you. Today, we’re thrilled to unveil the all-new Evernote for Windows. For this release, we really wanted to home in on the intuitive essence of Evernote, refining and expanding

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5 Favorite Ways to Collect Content in Evernote

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.

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Evernote and the Brain: Designing Creativity Workflows

One of the classic debates for Evernote organization essentially is, ‘to tag or not to tag.’ From Michael Hyatt to Thomas Honeyman, thousands upon thousands of you have relied on tags as your primary organizational system. But, the power of Evernote is in its flexibility. Tiago Forte offers up a different approach. Tiago posits that Evernote is a thinking tool. You can create your own digital system that systematically helps

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Capture, Record Audio Into Evernote From Anywhere

What will you accomplish in 2015? Throughout January, we’re sharing our favorite #EvernoteTips, shortcuts, and tricks perfect for powering productivity, whether you work for yourself or on a team. The sounds of work and life surround us. From a lecture being delivered in a college auditorium to a team meeting in the office, spoken words are an important type of the content you need to succeed. For professionals like doctors

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