Evernote is a flexible and full featured Note software
December 07, 2018

Evernote is a flexible and full featured Note software

John Readwin | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Evernote

I use Evernote for helping keep track of my client profiles, which includes specifics on their equipment and the work I have done for them, as well as work I need to do for them in the future. I also track technical notes in separate notebooks and tag articles for quick future reference. When I'm researching an issue for a client I may have to go through dozens of websites, then I use Evernote to capture the "best" sites and or articles along with my notes for future reference. I have over a dozen different notebooks for tracking business and personal notes/sites/documents.
  • I love that I can drag and drop sites and files etc. I can have a URL, my own notes and PDF on the same note.
  • Sometimes you want something very structured, sometimes you want something more free flowing like Evernote.
  • Super fast searching with my own tags makes organizing my notes very easy.
  • Ability to easily add the same note to multiple notebooks (alias).
  • It would also be nice to have control over how many "recent notes" are shown by default.
  • Ability to resize and or markup images directly within Evernote.
  • I think Evernote saves me hours every month because I'm not looking in different areas for different things—I just put everything ( except passwords) in Evernote
Much more flexible and full-featured, although the latest version of notes has gotten much better. Evernote supports tags, multiple notebooks, and the sharing of notebooks.
Anyone who wants/needs to keep track of a lot of notes, broken down by notebooks with the ability to add tags for quick searching that are accessible across devices or anywhere. This is where Evernote shines. If you only want a few notes with some formatting, etc. Apple's built-in notes will do just fine.

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