How to use Evernote Notebooks by Moleskine

Introduction

Evernote Notebooks by Moleskine

The Evernote Notebooks by Moleskine are the first paper notebooks specifically designed for users who would like to create digitized versions of handwritten notes. Evernote not only captures your physical notes, but optimizes them and seamlessly integrates them with Evernote accounts.

Once captured into Evernote, you can leverage Evernote's ability to easily store, manage, and share these notes. Smart Stickers, included with every notebook, make it easy to tag and organize your notes.

 

Some ways to use Evernote Notebooks:

  • Jot ideas down on paper, then save and manage them in Evernote
  • Sketch drawings that can be easily shared with others using Evernote
  • Preserve notes on a Moleskine notebook into Evernote, so that it can be available anywhere, at anytime, and from any device

 

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Find out which Evernote Notebook that's right for you

Select an Evernote Notebook

Select the right Evernote Notebook for you

Evernote Notebooks come in varying sizes and paper patterns, and are available with hard or soft covers. These acid-free paper notebooks with durable, thread-bound, cardboard covers, exhibit the quality expected of Moleskine products.

Additionally, Evernote Notebooks also include a set of Smart Stickers, for seamless integration with tags and notebooks, once captured and saved into Evernote.

Which notebook is right for me?

Classic notebook

The "original" Evernote notebook for your everyday needs

 

1. Choose size:

  • Large - 5 inches x 8.25 inches (12.7 cm x 21 cm)
  • Small - 3.5 inches x 5.5 inches (8.9 cm x 14 cm)

Large notebooks are available with green, black, or gray covers

 

2. Choose paper:

    • 192 dot grid pages
    • Ruled pages

Business notebook

A notebook designed for all your business and professional notes—easily add reminders and share only what is relevant to others in a meeting or at an event

Available with ruled pages in one size and in one color

Sketchbook

The Evernote notebook with thicker paper designed for the durability required for drawings and illustrations

Available with dot-grid pages in one size and one color

Journal

Thinner notebooks constructed with flexible, but heavy duty, cardboard covers, perforated pages, all bound with visible sewn stitching

 

1. Choose size:

  • Extra-Large - 7.5″ x 10″ (19cm x 25.4cm)
  • Large - 5 inches x 8.25 inches (12.7 cm x 21 cm)
  • Pocket - 3.5 inches x 5.5 inches (8.9 cm x 14 cm)

 

2. Choose paper:

  • 192 dot grid pages
  • Ruled pages

Available paper patterns

Squared (grid) pattern:

Ruled (lined) pattern:

Dot grid pattern (Evernote Sketchbook only):

Rule pattern with page sections (Evernote Business Notebook only)

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Next, let's see how Smart Stickers make your Evernote Notebooks a unique and powerful part of the Evernote family of products

Tag Pages with Smart Stickers

Evernote Smart Stickers make your Evernote Notebooks even smarter by letting you automatically tag and organize your notes when they are saved to your Evernote account using the Evernote camera. Every Evernote Notebook comes with a complete set of Smart Stickers.

open notebook

Every Evernote Notebook comes with six different Smart Stickers that each have one default tag associated with it. You can also customize each type of Smart Sticker and associate them with any notebook and up to six tags.

The following are the default tags associated with Evernote Smart Stickers:

  • HomeHome
  • ActionAction
  • RejectedRejected
  • ApprovedApproved
  • TravelTravel
  • WorkWork

Use Smart Stickers as a way to add tags to pages

Smart Stickers

To automatically tag and organize the notes from your Evernote Notebook, place the Smart Stickers on the page close to the text. This ensures that your Smart Stickers are captured within the image capture area.

Please note that the Evernote camera only recognizes Smart Stickers placed on Evernote Notebooks.

Customize Smart Stickers

Use the Evernote app in iOS or Android devices to specify which tag and notebook you'd like to associate each Smart Stickers with. Once captured into Evernote, all notes with this Smart Sticker are automatically saved with the selected tags.

 

iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

To customize Smart Stickers on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, do the following:

  1. Tap your username from the home screen to access your account 'Settings.'
  2. Tap General > Camera > Moleskine Notebook
  3. Tap the Smart Sticker you want to modify. The default tag and notebook currently associated with the Smart Sticker is shown.
  4. To change the notebook or tag associated with any Smart Sticker, tap Notebook or Tag, then type or select a notebook or Tag from the list of options.
  5. Tap Back < Back < Camera < General < Settings < Close to return to your home screen. Any changes you've made will automatically saved.

 

Android

To customize Smart Stickers on an Android device, do the following:

  1. Slide the navigation drawer out by swiping from the left side of the screen or tapping the three stripes at the top of the screen
  2. Scroll down the list and tap Settings.
  3. Tap Camera > Moleskine Notebook. Each Smart Sticker is displayed, along with the currently associated tag and notebook.
  4. Tap the tag or notebook you want to change, and select a new one from the list.
  5. Tap OK to save your changes.

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Time to capture pages from your Evernote Notebook using Evernote's Document Camera

Capture pages using the Evernote camera

Capture pages using the Evernote camera

 

Use Evernote on any iOS or Android mobile device to capture and save a page from an Evernote Notebook into your Evernote account. Once saved to Evernote, handwritten text on a page can be searched.

The Evernote camera makes saving your physical notes to your Evernote account even easier with automatic edge detection and image optimization. The Evernote camera even allows you to automatically tag and organize your notes using Smart Stickers that come with your Evernote Notebook.

Supported devices

Capture and save Evernote Notebook pages into Evernote on the following devices :

  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • iPod Touch
  • Android

Note: While Evernote Notebook page capturing works on iPhone 3Gs, iPad 2, and earlier models, the results are not optimal due to low camera resolution and the absence of flash on those particular devices.

How to capture and save Evernote Notebook pages

 

The Evernote camera is specifically designed to capture the clearest images of your Evernote Notebooks pages. The camera automatically recognizes and associates Smart Stickers on a page with the tags and notebooks specified in Evernote.

 

iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Capture pages using the Evernote iOS camera

Tap the Photos from the home screen or the camera from an opened note. By default, the Evernote camera is set to auto-capture mode. Evernote Notebook pages are automatically captured and saved into your default Evernote notebook, if no Smart Stickers are detected.

Note: If the default auto-capture mode is off, position the page inside the capture area, and tap the shutter button whenever you're ready to snap the photo.

Android

Capture pages using the Evernote Android camera
  1. Tap the plus sign (+), then 'Camera' from the home screen, or from any note, notebook, or tag list to launch the Evernote camera
  2. Swipe over to the 'Document Camera'
  3. Tap the shutter button to begin capturing pages

Note: Tap the ellipses button at the top of the screen to change the flash and camera settings

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Find out how Evernote Business Notebook makes it easier to take and share meeting notes

Evernote Business Notebook

Evernote Business notebooks

Share options currently available when sharing Evernote Business Notebook pages from iOS devices

Evernote Business Notebook by Moleskine makes it easy to choose what you want to share with others and automatically add Reminders to any pages captured into Evernote.

                   

Share everything or share what matters the most

With Evernote Business Notebook by Moleskine, you can share everything in a note, or just the section that is relevant to others in a meeting, on your team, or at an event.

Each page is divided into two sections:

  • Top section: For sharing with others

  • Bottom section: For yourself

To share only the top portion of the note, share the note through email (not Work Chat) using Evernote on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Select Share Top Section Only when prompted. You'll see the cropped image in the email preview.

 

Scanned page is optimized and saved

Tap 'Share Top Section Only'

Recipients only see top section of note

Evernote Business Notebook sharing options

The entire note is always saved into a notebook in your Evernote account, so if that notebook or note link is shared with other users they will see the entire note, including the bottom private section of your notes.

More about how to share notes with others

Add reminders

 

To add an Evernote reminder to any notebook page captured into Evernote, simply check the reminder box at the top of the page. Reminders will appear in the reminder checklist at the top of your Evernote note list. Inside Evernote, you can edit a reminder to add an alarm notification and email.

More about how to add reminders

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Some tips to ensure you get the best results when capturing Evernote Notebook pages

Tips & Techniques

Tips for capturing images the Evernote camera

 

Follow these tips for optimal results:

  1. Write clearly with dark ink for best handwriting recognition.
  2. Lay the notebook flat on a dark background. Edges of the page will be detected automatically as long as there is a contrast between the page and background.
  3. Lay the green bookmark string flat between the two pages so the page edge is detected and cropped.
  4. If not already on, turn on the camera flash or capture images in good, even background light (between many lights, or in indirect sunlight).
  5. Position your device so that the entire page, including the edges, is visible within the camera viewing area. Tap anywhere on the image capture area of the screen to keep image in focus.

The default mode on the iOS Evernote camera is set to 'auto-capture', so the notebook page will automatically be detected and captured. On Android devices, tap the shutter button once you're ready to capture the page.

 

Note: Always make sure you've installed the latest version of Evernote