I’ve really enjoyed writing in Evernote lately for various reasons, so I’ve been looking for a Markdown writing app that supports it. Poste might be the one. I haven’t tried it yet, but I plan […]
Apps have never been more powerful or accessible. But they also have never been more imcompatible or proprietary, and a new generation may grow up with no concept of their data being _their data_.
Evernote’s powerful browser extension just became even more useful to Gmail users.
The Evernote Web Clipper browser extension recently got a massive upgrade. It has long known the difference between clipping an entire webpage versus just the article in the page or the content you selected. But this […]
Feedly, a feature-packed newsreader for the web (and iPhone and iPad, and Android), can save articles directly to a specific Evernote notebooks. You’ll need a Feedly Pro account ($5/month or $45/year), and once you hook up […]
Evernote has a custom interface for setting reminders. I’m not sure whether it’s better or more useful, but it’s certainly fun.
The multi-select interface in Evernote for Mac is quite nice. Make sure you’re using View > Card View to get it.
Evernote’s new shortcuts feature is a great way to get quick access to any note, notebook, tag, or saved search you need frequently.
Evernote is a great tool, but its export abilities leave quite a bit to be desired, especially when it comes to attachments like images. When exported from Evernote, attachments will have ugly names made of […]
When you run Evernote on iPad for the first time, it presents a brief series of stories to flip through. Various types of users explain how they use it—a home cook, a small business owner, […]