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 new clipper scored features from Evernote’s Skitch so you can annotate pages and share them while also archiving them in […]
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 your Evernote account, the standard Evernote button then presents your notebooks as destinations for saving the current article. If you […]
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 long, randomized characters, instead of the name they had when you imported or the name of the note they were […]
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, a college student, etc.—to help new users wrap their head around how Evernote can be useful. When you flip to […]
Export your Evernote items to MacJournal with this AppleScript If you’re considering an alternative to Evernote for keeping a journal or even a blogging client, MacJournal from Dan Schimpf is probably the best place to start. It’s a seasoned, more Mac-like app with a polished, unique feature set and excellent handling of media. This export […]
First of all, if you’re not using SuperAlbum yet, you should. It’s a great app for browsing, printing, and creating slideshows of all your photos, albums, and videos from Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Instagram, YouTube, 500px, and more. One of its especially neat tricks is that it can share photos between services. For example, you can […]
The Evernote Site Memory Button « Evernote Blogcast A new button for Web publishers to implement, akin to the tweet and Facebook buttons you see everywhere, that makes it easier for visitors to clip a Webpage straight to Evernote. They’re snowballing quite the userbase, so it’ll be interesting to see how widely adopted this gets.