Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere.
Stop forgetting things. Capture everything now so you will be able to find it all later.
- Tasks and to-dos
- Notes and research
- Web pages
- Business cards
- Wine labels
And then find them all any time across all the computers and devices you use. How does Evernote do it?
Add more rows and columns with a single click: Point to where you want a new column and click the plus button that appears.
Select the contents of a cell by clicking and dragging.
Choose the entire column or row just by clicking the header.
Drag and drop entire rows & columns.
Copy and paste multiple cells: Select the cells you want to move, copy them, move cursor to a new spot and paste all the cells with one click.
Adjust the width of one column without affecting the width of the column next to it.
Scroll horizontally to view a table with many columns without expanding your window.
Advanced table options:
You can Distribute columns evenly.
Match the table width to the width of your window.
Change the alignment of items within cells.
Add and change background colors.
Note: Newly created tables do not support "table-in-table" or "merged cell" functionality. Incompatible tables pasted into a note will not have the updated table features or controls (including resizing). In a future update, we plan to support pasted-in tables with merged cells.
New image gallery:
Browse all the images in your note in gallery mode. Just double-click any image.
Evernote for Windows now utilizes our new editor, which allows for more rapid improvements.
Share within Evernote or with shareable links that anyone can access.
Notes with tables and checkboxes were sometimes causing the app to hang.
Line breaks were sometimes hidden below the bottom margin of the note.
Sometimes attachments couldn’t be added to a note when people tried to add them repeatedly.
When dates and times were formatted as links in emails, sometimes people couldn’t paste them into Evernote.
Font size would sometimes revert back to the default size if you had changed the font size, began typing and creating line breaks.
Undo often didn’t work on the first try when there was a table in the note.