Photos, emails, Slack conversations, web clips, audio, and more: Whatever your style, there’s a way to save the things you care about to Evernote.
Think of the last time you were able to sit down for an hour or two and truly focus on a project uninterrupted? If you’re having trouble recalling the last time, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The fact is, we’re inundated with information and distractions. A recent report from Udemy showed that 69 percent of full-time employees struggle to cope with distraction at work. Sometimes these distractions are obvious, like meetings,
Apps are taking over the workplace. You’ve got your work email and calendar, your company chat tool, maybe even a security product to help you log into said apps and tools. It’s causing app overload—and more than a little frustration. To unpack this trend, we partnered with data analytics firm YouGov for a U.S. survey, and found that: 83 percent of respondents use 1-4 devices daily. 65 percent use up
We launched Evernote for Salesforce in 2013 to make it easy for salespeople to manage client relations and follow-up opportunities. Today, we’re connecting Evernote’s business card scanning features to Salesforce. This is our most-requested feature from sales teams using Evernote Business, and an example of how a small but truly useful innovation can have a big impact on daily work. Business cards—dealing with the modern relic Let’s face it: business