Evernote for Mac 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. Simply download the Mac client and sign into your Evernote account, then you can access information you save from any of your synchronized devices.
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 Macs and devices you use.
Now there’s one easy place to find everything that’s been shared with you, including notes and notebooks. It’s a new feature called “Shared with Me,” and it’s in the sidebar below “Notebooks.” We think you’ll love it.
Made some improvements to search and you can now sort by relevance, so you can see the things that are... well, more relevant to what you’re looking for.
Tweaked the way notebooks are highlighted in the sidebar when you open them, to make it easier for you to navigate.
You can now use a forward slash when renaming your attachments. It’s the little things, right?
The “Go To Mac Forum...” link in the Preferences menu didn’t actually take you where you wanted to go. But we stopped and asked for directions so now you’re on the right path.
If you dragged an image to your desktop, it would show up as a text file instead. Your pics deserve better, so we cleared that up.
Tags used to be case insensitive, so you couldn’t create a lowercase tag if the same tag existed as uppercase. But we sent them to sensitivity training and now you can have it both ways.
We’re doing a better job of remembering your settings when you close the app. In particular, the note list column and expanded card view will now stay just the way you like them.
Now and then, you wouldn’t be able to expand or collapse items in the sidebar, which was kind of embarrassing.
Somehow, tags weren’t appearing in your side list view. But we sorted it out.
Previously you couldn’t drag notes or notebooks to the very bottom of your shortcuts list. Now you can put them wherever you like.
Annotating an image would scale it back to its original size. You probably zoomed in for a reason, though, so we changed that.
Sometimes the app would crash right after you installed it. Since you only get one chance to make a great first impression, we fixed that.
Dragging and dropping a notebook could sometimes cause a crash. “Drag and crash” isn’t as much fun, but it’s all good now.
Fixed a few specific issues that might have caused the app to crash, like interacting with the Formatting preferences pane and the Font selection panel, or using a saved search. But that’s all in the past.