It seems like every other month, Evernote gets additional upgrades. A few are quietly released, while others are highly anticipated by heavy Evernote users. Since I wrote my last article about Evernote’s new design and file storage upgrades, the popular notebook has gotten important new features, including Reminders, a highlighter and tighter security for subscribers, among others, and today I’m taking a look at what’s made it into the latest versions for Mac OS X and iOS.
Your Android phone can help you go paperless, replacing all those pieces of paper with a single device in your pocket and some cloud storage.
If Evernote is your digital file drawer of choice, you should know that are a range of handy iOS apps designed to add content to your cloud notebooks without having to launch the app itself.
Visual thinking helps to break down complex information and give it a fresher perspective. Here are two ways to work around Evernote’s linear structure and see your notes more visually.