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Afia Tamanna | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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A small group of people only uses Evernote within our company. It serves both as a place for group brainstorming and keeping track of daily tasks. Using it, we've been able to collaborate and brainstorm from anywhere. Evernote is easy to integrate with other apps, making it even more portable. We got what we wanted because I enjoy writing notes, and this program does just that. This program allows us to centralize all of our data. This program is ideal for project managers and users who use multiple devices to access their notes. I began posting my notes online to make them available to others.
  • Adding notebooks, tags, and shortcuts allows users to find information quickly and easily.
  • An easy-to-use interface with various colors, fonts, and formats allows users to create beautiful notes.
  • Enable group work and collaboration by keeping track of meetings.
  • Aesthetics of the interface and data encryption/security are dated.
  • Group chat and email management could be more accessible, but not bad.
  • Managing signed-in devices and document versioning/group editing can be tricky.
Evernote is an excellent tool for keeping track of client relationships and taking notes. The indexing is excellent, with text in images and text. However, a Wiki might be better for large-scale collaboration. It is a perfect use case for it, and it is hard to beat. To-do lists that need to be tracked or have due dates assigned do not work well in Evernote. It's almost like a library that anyone can add to, edit, tag, and reference. Evernote has a limited checklist function in terms of tasks meant to be kept in one place rather than reviewed and organized over time.
Bradley Carpenter | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Currently using Evernote for the following.
  1. Tracking customer information - Systems, work that needs done, projects.
  2. Various notes that arise while reading that are applicable resources. Then the ability to search when needed.
  3. ToDo lists.
  4. Presentation texts - The ability to easily see immediate updates on devices makes it an easy tool for keeping information at hand.
  • Syncing information is seamless.
  • The search of all notes, even scanned documents, is extremely fast and accurate.
  • Simplicity of use while not being a simple program.
  • Keep making changes to the layout and startup screen which is annoying.
  • Having scanning as a part of the app and not a separate download.
  • Tags seem to be cumbersome.
Evernote is great for making notes on the fly. The voice to text feature is accurate and makes taking a note when the thought pops into your head or while working on a task incredibly easy. I have not run into an example of where I have not been able to use Evernote when I need to use it. I find it much easier than Microsoft OneNote.
Tahseen Fatima | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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In my organization we have been using Evernote for the last two years and it is being currently used across multiple departments and line of businesses. The major business problem that we are trying to address using Evernote is to track everything that we do on a day to day basis. I personally use Evernote to record the date and time and the purpose of a meeting or a conference that I attend and then I used the bullet point function to keep a track of the conversations.
  • Extremely Simple to Use
  • User Interface
  • Very Cost Effective
  • Reliability
  • Browser Extensions
  • Auto save feature
  • Rare lagging
  • More features
In my experience and using Evernote since along time I can very well saying that this product is extremely well suited across the devices that I use. Multi device availability is an important feature in two days era as it gives you access to your notes at the device that you are closest to it could either be a laptop or a tablet or a phone.
Ujjwal Goel | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Evernote is installed as a part of the corporate software bundle on each and every PC in our organization with other note taking apps and people use it to capture notes, use writing pads to capture notes, saving web pages using the web clipper functions and also to store minutes of meetings of our team's meeting
  • Search functionality of Evernote is very well. You can search any tag, any keyword among the notebooks very easily.
  • App feature of Evernote is great as they keep their app updated with regular updates and hence accessing your notes is very easy on the go
  • Web Clipper function lets you capture webpages, images etc in your notes
  • Pricing is very high and after certain amount of storage you have to buy their plans
  • Integration with Outlook works but not so well and has to be improved as most lf the times Evernote file is not detected by outlook and the plugin for Evernote makes outlook slower
  • You cannot create tags for specific lines in a notebook but only for the whole notebook and this feature takes a toll on time as you have to read the whole document to find a specific line
It is great for capturing ideas as an when you have one as capturing in Evernote is very easy and app support will never let you loose any idea or thought. Also sharing of Evernote makes sharing MOMs easy. Integration with outlook has to be improved as the plugin of Evernote that gets installed with Evernote makes outlook slow.
Greg Madden, CISSP | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We started using Evernote because our IT department was taking seperate training and we had to cross train each other afterwards and needed a place to store notes centrally. We chose Evernote because they had a scanner that allowed us to scan our notes and save them online for each other to see.
  • Organizing notes
  • Shared access to notes across devices
  • Scanning and saving notes from tablet or paper
  • The default organization structure when scanning wasn't great but after a few minutes i was able to set up the different sections of notes and then it wasn't an issue again
  • Converting tablet writing to text
Evernote is great for taking training notes. It gives you a place to organize all your notes from different training courses and share those notes with other employees. I found it worked best when paired with a notebook designed for Evernote capturing. It doesn't work as well for plain paper notebooks.
Score 8 out of 10
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Evernote is used as a "notes" application, enables us to write advanced notes (not only text, but also reminders, images or files) and share and discuss notes with other users. It actually enables us to manage all the notes and never lose them :-). One advantage is that there is a web application that can be accessed from the PC when you need to order all the notes (it's easier doing it in the computer).
  • Easy to take notes
  • Good search
  • Can access notes both from the phone and the computer
  • Advanced note (image, handwriting, etc.)
  • Share and discuss notes
  • The free application's feature will meet most users needs, but the Premium plan is expensive.
  • Though Evernote lets you create and manage notes effortlessly, its basic plan supports sync between two devices and does not support offline mode.
  • Can't export data easily to other applications.
Evernote is a good solution for note-taking and more, it supports different types of notes and sharing and discussing those notes as well.
Evernote is easy to use almost for everyone, so it can be implemented pretty easily to different types of users. Before choosing Evernote as your note-taking app, check your needs and the cost (do you need the Premium or not?).
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Evernote in our team setting, not across departments as of yet. We use it as a collaborative notebook and organization tool. The ability to have space to brainstorm, collaborate and file-share remotely has been a huge positive for our team as we have shifted to remote work. Previous to using Evernote, our team materials would be a hodge-podge of emails, attachments, shared documents, folder links etc. Evernote has brought all of these previously disorganized and impossible-to-navigate materials into a streamlined solution.
  • Excellent Collaborative Note taking
  • Cross platform compatibility
  • Great archive of team project materials
  • Archiving function could be better - it is often hard to find materials that are older
  • A robust search function would be nice
  • Security/Privacy concerns based on the way the desktop version does not require passwords
Evernote is well suited for personal or small team usage. Its note-taking functionality is great with the ability to type, draw, snap a picture, add a file etc. being quite robust. It is also good for collaborating on notes and projects. Where it becomes a bit messy is in larger deployments with many users, it can be somewhat hard to navigate if there are many users.
Score 8 out of 10
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Evernote is used by the Engineering Department along with our Rocketbooks. We take notes in our reusable Rocketbooks, then scan and upload to Evernote where we can organize the notes and share with other members in the department who were not able to attend a meeting. We also use it to collaborate on projects within the department.
  • Ability to share meeting notes with others (like that it works well with Rocketbook).
  • The To-Do list helps with organization and project deadlines.
  • Able to sync to multiple devices so you can use it in the office or in the field.
  • Sometimes Evernote has trouble sending larger files.
  • Sometimes camera function takes a while to focus.
Collaborating with coworkers while working remote. Can share notes/field notes with each other. We like that photos can be attached to the notes, saves us time and effort when preparing reports.

Also like that you can be working on a project in the office and pick up where you left off when you're out in the field or working remotely, helps employees efficiently get their work done. And since everything is done through Evernote, no scrambling around trying to remember where a file was saved.
Score 8 out of 10
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I am using Evernote as a way to organize and manage my thoughts relating to business ideas, as an independent freelancer I use it on a weekly basis to put together ideas and plans of action. Evernote is a multi-platform web and mobile application as well there is a Windows application for it.
  • syncing notes
  • backing up and saving notes
  • privacy
  • exporting all data
  • basic plan has limited functionality
I would recommend Evernote for someone who wants a secure and safe way to organize notes to be stored in the cloud and accessible anywhere with an internet connection. There are many note taking applications but this has been around the longest and is the most reliable application I have found.
Score 9 out of 10
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Evernote is being used by many students across my organization. It provides a system through which teachers and students can collaborate digitally and teachers can check whether students are making notes in class and paying attention, even in these difficult times where a teacher cannot check a student's notebook physically due to the COVID-19 situation in my country.
  • Organization is made easy with Evernote, with the ability to add notebooks, tags, and shortcuts it allows users to find what they need quickly and efficiently
  • Evernote allows users to make aesthetic and colorful notes at ease with a simple interface and a variety of colors, fonts, and formats available to choose from
  • Sharing notes and collaborating on them is made extremely accessible by Evernote, allowing for effective group work and collaboration in the learning environment
  • Sketches and drawings can be better integrated by, for example, removing the grey dots that appear behind any sketch once inserted in the note.
  • A larger variety of fonts can be added for the user to choose from.
  • Templates can be added for the different note taking styles such as the Cornell method.
Evernote is great for taking notes during a class or lecture and for collaborating during a team research project. Overall, I would recommend using it in any scenario that involves note taking apart from annotating a text as its abilities for making arrows and adding comments are currently quite limited.
Score 8 out of 10
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Several members of our company use Evernote to keep notes and organize documentation. In particular, our department used to use Evernote to aggregate, organize and review research papers, blogs, and websites related to the current projects. And to actually extract ideas that will eventually become the base of our efforts and ideas.
  • Organize steps, sequences or recipe like instructions.
  • Draft ideas
  • Integration with other apps
  • Import different types of files to work on, review, annotate, copy and paste.
Evernote is great when you have a set of specific rules or steps to follow or remember and you want them accessible and organized. Also good when you only need your ideas to generate content, or your references are images, pictures, or documents with only one page. It is a great tool to collaborate within your company, for instance, to share and organize your general document repository.
Score 9 out of 10
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Evernote isn't officially adopted by our organization, although I've been using it for years as a personal productivity tool. It is a great tool for collecting research, organizing information, and keeping track of notes, etc.
  • Cataloging and storing news, articles, or other information from webpages.
  • Recording meeting minutes or other notes.
  • Storing any information so that it can quickly and easily be retrieved again in the future.
  • The new version 10 desktop client for Windows lacks some features that were available in earlier versions such as auto start at login or the ability to open the app directly from the taskbar icon.
  • Sometimes the Android app is buggy when unlocking your screen and Evernote is currently open and viewing a note.
Evernote is a great personal productivity tool. It also has team collaboration features that allow the sharing of notes and notebooks. It's great to be able to store and catalog information and then quickly search or access that information from a computer or mobile device.

However, if your team has already standardized on a different note keeping program, then it may be better to just use that tool instead of Evernote. Or if you need to share information across a very large team, publishing it on a website may be a better solution.
Score 8 out of 10
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Evernote helps me keep track of segments of computer code to allow me to reuse them quickly and easily. It is quick and easy to both save and access notes, and the range of note types is excellent. I recommend it to my clients as well when they are looking for a pure-play note-keeping platform.
  • Screen-grab and storage of images.
  • Sorting and searching notes.
  • Integration into other platforms, especially Mailbird!
  • The aesthetics of the interface are a bit dated.
  • Managing devices which are signed in can be difficult to navigate.
  • Managing emails and passwords could be simpler, but not too bad.
Evernote is excellent for pure-play keeping notes and syncing across devices. It is great when you have a large number of clips which you will need to search through at a later time.

It is not as good for more advanced functionality like check-lists and collaboration across a team (it has a "tasks" function as a premium feature... but there are better platforms if this is important to you).
November 15, 2021

Simple and easy to use

Score 6 out of 10
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I used it for basic note-taking and project management needs. I could easily sync across devices and access it wherever I needed to.
  • Easy to use.
  • Syncs across devices.
  • It also has a lot of features (templates, tasks, tags, etc.) to accommodate different styles and breadth of complexity depending on what you're looking for from a note-taking tool.
  • The free version is fairly limited.
  • The free version is also bug-prone.
  • Upgrades are pricey.
It's really helpful for simple notes and projects. Less so for complex tasks that require many collaborators and deadlines.
Score 9 out of 10
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Evernote is suggested to use as a personal note-taking for employees. It is a step above the notes app on your mobile device. It is really good to keep a digital notebook in the cloud. It helps keep track on client progress as you can have a different page within a folder for each.
  • Searching within notes is very easy and user friendly.
  • It's simple and to the point.
  • The infinite amount of pages.
  • Group share.
  • Ability to add photos within text.
  • Clipping notes from other websites.
Evernote is well suited for situations where one has to keep notes on clients and over the years you are able to track a relationship with a client. It is great for networking, I have used it in the past to keep notes on industry events to remember the individuals that I have met.
Score 8 out of 10
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Evernote is used in our organization for storing technical notes, that would be in real terms in shared notebooks and in each software developer's notebook. At the moment, I am only aware of it being used by the Information Technology Services department and not the entire organization. It initially solved the need for storing troubleshooting information and common resolutions to programming issues in one place. However, we are now moving more towards a wiki for this purpose.
  • Indexing of text and text in images.
  • Organization of notes and notebooks, including tags, etc.
  • Searching
  • Reliable and secure access.
  • Better widespread support for emailing notes to different notebooks for your user.
  • Difficult to use with several devices with regard to syncing.
  • Syncing can be slow.
Evernote is probably better used for personal notes than in the workplace, in this use case, it is an excellent product and hard to be beaten. However, when used in a workplace with shared notebooks, there will come a time that you will want to move to a wiki-style solution. It has great indexing including text in images, but for a large-scale collaborative environment, a wiki might be a better choice.
Score 6 out of 10
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Used by certain individuals for note-taking across multiple devices. Not available company-wide. I personally started using it based on a colleague's recommendation and fell in love. The fact that it keeps your notes synced across all devices is what makes it very useful for people who constantly switch between devices especially while they travel.
  • Easy to use
  • Seamless sync between all devices
  • Secure
  • Software quality
  • Upgrades need to less disruptive
  • Can do better at managing conflicts between out of sync versions of notes.
Evernote is well suited for fast-paced, dynamic and mobile environments where note taking across devices is key. It may not be appropriate for backend teams who are more static in nature.
Score 7 out of 10
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It’s used for note taking as well as a reminder for task completion. It is considered as a good reminder application also in some cases. It’s functionality and features are a way better than the other application like one note. It’s a free of cost application. Many features are free but we have to pay for using various other features.
  • I like the business card scanning feature a lot
  • With the recent update I find the image recognization feature the fastest.
  • We can also create offline notes that’s a way better feature.
  • It’s free version allows a free note making and task saving options
  • It’s price should be reduced .
  • Some more extra features should be available in the free version.
  • Image recognition should be improved and should be more fast.
Evernote can be very useful when there is small company and employees there can have daily task scheduling and note making process in a smooth manner. Each file types such as spreadsheets , ppts , pdfs are all searchable in Evernote .

On the other hand in bigger companies the employees are more so it will be more complicated for employees to manage their data in this application because I don’t like the complexity of this application.
June 01, 2021

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Score 9 out of 10
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The organisation uses the Evernote Business with shared workspace and centralised billing under a single organisation account. In the time of work from home, sharing notes, decision-making charts, and tasks can be made easier through Evernote. It helps the employees to get a better understanding of others.
Also, as our organisation has a strict policy concerning privacy and security, all conversations between employee application and servers are done over SSL.
  • Shared workspace
  • Encrypted coomunication
  • Upto 20 GB/month of uploading notes, which are shared across the organisation account
  • Document Scanning
  • Can not save notes offline to 2 system
  • Can only sync data across 2 system
  • Does not support real-time collaboration on notes
Can use Evernote if a person wants to share document notes across his/her family or organisation. Save important information like documents related to you (passport, visa, ID card), emergency contact info, insurance papers, and product warranties safely in Evernote, then share the notes with others in case of emergency.
However, if one wants real-time collaboration or editing of documents/notes, he/she have to look for other software.
Score 8 out of 10
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Evernote is not the wide scale system solution for note taking, but many people have opted to use it on their own personal machines. It helps users capture notes in real time when engaging in conversations. With the latest release, it became a bit harder to share the notes with non-ever note account users, and this was disruptive to the workflow for many. Overall great notetaking product - but a little bit difficult to translate those notes to actionable follow-ups.
  • Tagging
  • Templates
  • Quick-Start Note taking
  • Sharing to non-Evernote users
  • ability to create and see followups from actions created in notes
Great product -- seems to make the most sense for individuals.
Andrew Shannon | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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I used Evernote at this job to take notes when I was in meetings on my mobile device and iPad and then be able to see those notes later from my computer and edit and update those notes later. Evernote helped eliminate paper needs for notetaking for me, and I was able to always use a device that I had on me at any time which made it really convenient.
  • Evernote was compatible on every device I had, iPhones, Androids, tablets and computers.
  • Evernote [synced] well and my notes were always available on all my devices fairly quickly.
  • Evernote always had lots of options when taking notes like take a photo or type in notes or handwrite your notes.
  • Can get pricey if you use it a lot.
  • Only a limited number of devices available for free accounts.
  • Only limited size notes allowed for free accounts.
Evernote is great if you only need it on one or two devices and you don't take a lot of media rich notes, like adding pictures or PDF's to your notes. It is super handy because you pretty much always have your mobile device available so you always have a note taking device with you, and it syncs back to your computer at your desk automatically because its cloud based.
Justin Harbin | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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I am constantly on the lookout for an effective notetaking and personal organization software that can be used across devices and is cloud-based. Both individually and on my team I have used Evernote on and off for over 6 years. Currently implementation is at the individual level rather than department or institution. The core issue is providing a level of organization and coherence to brainstorming and notetaking occurring during team meetings.
  • Evernote provides a brand recognition and out of the box professional interface unmatched by cheaper options.
  • Note templates provide a powerful array of options to fit the needs of either individuals or teams
  • Annotation options for images or PDF's are an excellent feature not commonly found in comparable solutions
  • Cost - Given the vast array of free or low cost notetaking and organization options, it is hard to justify the cost associated with Evernote.
  • Templates are often too structured - even the "brainstorming" template feels rigid and boxed in
  • Customizable home page is an excellent feature, but you only realize it is a pay-to-play feature once you go to save the customizations you've made.
If cost is not a concern, Evernote provides an excellent and consistent platform that is likely suited for team and department level use. Other platforms such as OneNote or Notion provide greater flexibility but at the cost of a lack of parity across users, so where this a concern a more structured approach such as what Evernote offers is likely useful. Evernote is also excellent at collating multiple frequently used tools into one - quick sketch pad, more formal notes, project management, and PDF/image annotation.
Score 7 out of 10
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It's being used across the department and in different departments across the organization as well. Mostly it's being used on an individual and team level to share meeting notes/minutes as well as to supplement overall planning discussions. It addresses the need to store, search, retrieve and share notes across team members as well as to be able to search and retrieve notes across multiple devices.
  • Easy to use UI
  • Ease of searching
  • Ability to organize notes easily into notebooks
  • Data encryption and security
  • Group chat
  • Document versioning/group editing
Very well suited to individual note-taking and then being able to organize, save, and search the notes that have been taken and then be able to share notes with others at a later time. Also easy to directly add clippings from web browsers. Less well suited to working/editing on a document in a large group since there isn't chat functionality or ability to do mass editing synchronously.
Score 9 out of 10
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Evernote is an optional tool that is utilized by team members to track projects and organize notes into one central location. When I originally started using Evernote eleven years ago, it was the best cloud-based notetaking software available which was compatible with pen-enabled Wacom tablet PCs. Since then this software has grown into a versatile platform full of more features than I could have ever imagined needing eleven years ago when I created my first note.
  • Handwriting Note Sketching: Automated scripts to convert rough lines into perfectly straight lines and circles makes life extremely easy for note-taking. I have always enjoyed the capability of writing notes directly in the Evernote software using my Wacom Tablet PC's
  • Organizing Notes: Not only can notes be organized by notebooks and notebook groups, but one can also tag notes to organize relevant thoughts/projects within the same notebook.
  • Related Notes: Automated system which reviews the contents of current notes and recommends related notes in your notebook. I cannot tell you how many times I've forgotten about another note buried in the archive related to some projects I'm currently working on.
  • Note Searching - Easy to search through documents, handwritten notes, photos, and PDF documents stored in your notebooks to find exactly what you're looking for. My search hasn't failed me in eleven years, I can always find a note/thought I'm looking for.
  • Cross-platform accessibility: This was the largest draw for me originally. The ability to jot a note on my work PC, and have access to those notes on any device, even a smartphone with no internet access (offline mode activated).
  • Note History: Excellent feature added eight years ago which tracks note changes over time. It's been quite handy to recover data accidentally erased and remained unnoticed for weeks/months.
  • Excellent clipping application for PC: low resource usage and I appreciate how different hotkeys allow the user to chose how to take a screenshot (save to Evernote, save to desktop, save to clipboard). I cannot even estimate how many times per day I use the Evernote screen clipper function.
  • Note Synchronization: Notes are always synchronized so the most recent version is presented across all devices.
  • Individual data encryption security: While selected text data within notes can be encrypted, there isn't a way to encrypt entire sensitive notes which contain other embedded media files (such as photos and pdfs)
  • Notebook Listing Customization: Can be challenging to find the desired notebook in a large list of notebooks. Grouping Notebooks only stacks one layer deep, making it impossible to create neat notebook layer stacks. Notebooks also lack fields for longer descriptions, so one must use descriptive Notebook names to avoid confusion later
  • HTML Formatting: Copy/pasting from web pages into an Evernote document can be challenging as it can screw up formatting sometimes quite significantly. Fortunately, there are now "Simply Formatting" and "Remove Formatting" functions to help one clean up notes. This helps but it's not always a perfect solution. I often use the "Paste without formatting" function to avoid any problems when pasting content from the clipboard into a note.
Evernote works perfectly for someone looking to organize their thoughts, notes, memories, or ideas on a cloud-based solution, especially if they desire access to these notes across multiple devices including PCs and Smartphones. I feel Evernote is less ideal for someone concerned about maximum data security looking to store their notes on a single device with no redundancy or online backups.
The software works and I have never had a problem in eleven years. Since the system works as intended, I have never had a need to contact Evernote technical support. I'm a very happy customer with this service.
Score 10 out of 10
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I use Evernote to keep track of all of the various initiatives, projects and ongoing meetings I have.
I also use it personally to keep track of my own things in a seperate notebook. I find it super convenient to have all of the information in one place organized by topic, or even by person. I can access the context in my computer or my phone so i never lose access when I need it.
  • Flexible topic organization
  • Pasting in images or snippets
  • Access across all your devices
  • Free
  • I have no complaints with Evernote. I think Microsoft NOTES is very similar.
  • Some kind of export feature so you could easily pull all your notes in a notebook l, into a CSV.
I use Evernote to keep a note on my to dos. I also keep a note on any recurring 1:1 meetings so I recall what we last talked about, and any upcoming agenda items.

As various topics come up, I also keep them by topic. I like the snippet feature and that I can easily paste in images where needed.
I love that I can access it from mtiple devices so I never lose content I need.
I've found less opportunity around sharing unless the other person is also on Evernote.

Evernote Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

File Sharing & Management (7)
75%
7.5
Versioning (51)
71%
7.1
Video files (49)
63%
6.3
Audio files (55)
69%
6.9
Document collaboration (70)
73%
7.3
Access control (64)
73%
7.3
File search (72)
86%
8.6
Device sync (72)
88%
8.8
Cloud Storage Security & Administration (3)
76%
7.6
User and role management (52)
73%
7.3
File organization (72)
78%
7.8
Device management (58)
77%
7.7
Cloud Storage Platform (3)
81%
8.1
Performance (68)
82%
8.2
Reliability (69)
84%
8.4
Storage Reports (49)
76%
7.6

What is Evernote?

Evernote is a suite of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving. A "note" can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten "ink" note. Notes can also have file attachments. Notes can be sorted into folders, then tagged, annotated, edited, given comments, searched and exported as part of a notebook. Evernote supports a number of operating system platforms (including OS X, iOS, Chrome OS, Android, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and webOS) and also offers online synchronisation and backup services.

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Starting Price: $7.99

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What is Evernote?

Evernote is a suite of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving. A "note" can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten "ink" note. Notes can also have file attachments. Notes can be sorted into folders, then tagged, annotated, edited, given comments, searched and exported as part of a notebook. Evernote supports a number of operating system platforms (including OS X, iOS, Chrome OS, Android, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and webOS) and also offers online synchronisation and backup services.

How much does Evernote cost?

Evernote starts at $7.99.

What is Evernote's best feature?

Reviewers rate Device sync highest, with a score of 8.8.

Who uses Evernote?

The most common users of Evernote are from Small Businesses and the Computer Software industry.