At Evernote, we believe in being transparent about updates, so you know what you’re getting every time. Even still, there are often so many individual changes that some of them are easy to miss—especially when you’re seeing releases more frequently than at any point in recent years. With that in mind, we’d like to highlight […]
At Evernote, we believe in being transparent about updates, so you know what you’re getting every time. Even still, there are often so many individual changes that some of them are easy to miss—especially when you’re seeing releases more frequently than at any point in recent years.
With that in mind, we’d like to highlight a few of the more significant changes of the past few months. Some of them are favorite features you asked us to bring back; others are new features we’ve introduced. But they all add up to an Evernote that’s getting better all the time, making it easier for you to stay in control of your day—without feeling overwhelmed.
From tackling your to-dos to staying on top of your schedule, these new features will keep your life on track and help you accomplish more:
Your notes and to-dos no longer have to be managed in two separate places. Thanks to Tasks in Evernote, now in Early Access, your to-dos can live inside your notes—complete with priority flags, due dates, and reminders to help you get your schedule out of your head. Tasks allows you to keep the things you have to do connected to the information you need to do them, so you can be confident that nothing will get lost in the shuffle.
As CEO Ian Small said, with Tasks, “Evernote expands into a world that merges content with actions, supports both remembering and accomplishing, and gives you more control over your day and your life.”
Since we launched Home for Mac, Windows, and Web back in January 2021, it’s become one of our customers’ favorite features:
Home helps you navigate your day by surfacing the information you need, when you need it. And recently, it’s gotten even better, thanks to two key additions:
Maybe your grammar isn’t perfect. Maybe you can’t remember if your meeting was with “Connor,” “O’Connor,” or “oconnor.” No problem, Evernote is smart enough to work out what you want even when there are variations between the text you search for and the actual spelling and punctuation in the note. We call it ‘soft searching’; you’ll call it mind-reading.
The new features above help expand what Evernote can do for you, but there are also existing features you’ve grown to love, and that you’ve asked us to bring back. We heard your feedback, and we appreciate your patience while we got them ready for you. Here are a few of your top requests:
Exclusive to Evernote Business customers:
This is just a glimpse at some of the recent functionality we’ve added. For a more complete list, check out our archive of release notes—and make sure you’ve updated to the most recent version today to ensure you have all the latest Evernote features and fixes.
We’re excited for what these latest improvements do to help you manage your busy life, and we look forward to continuing to release updates on a regular basis. Together, they continue to build on Evernote’s original mission of “Remember everything,” to help you do more and accomplish anything.
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