What is Evernote?
Evernote is a note-taking app that works across devices and platforms to help individuals and teams capture, organize, and optimize information. It includes features to manage notes, documents, tasks, and schedules to improve productivity. Users have better control of their ideas, content, and workflow using a single app they can take anywhere, using any device. The Evernote app allows users to turn to-dos in their notes into tasks they can track through to completion. Notes and tasks provide full context of what to do and the information on how to do it without interrupting the workflow. Users can sort their tasks by note, due date, or flagged status with the option to apply filters. They can also prioritize with flags, sync across devices, and get reminders for tasks needing their attention. App integration with Google Calendar helps users streamline daily work processes, add date and time info into notes, keep track of commitments, and use date and time to search for event details. The app provides a central Home view that instantly displays relevant information front and center. It is flexible enough to let users create their own organization system or maximize search capabilities. App users can organize better with keyword tagging that applies across different notebooks. Evernote users can also search within handwritten notes, photos of whiteboards, sticky notes, PDFs, Office docs, images, presentations, and scanned documents. Advanced search options let users narrow search results by filtering or applying Boolean operators. The app also has an offline mode.