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With the Evernote widget, you can create notes from the Today View in the Notification center, even on a locked screen. Without needing to launch the Evernote app itself, you can now create new notes, save locally-viewed content such as web pages, photos, and audio recordings. The Evernote widget comes installed with Evernote for iPhone, iPad, and iPad Touch on version 7.5+ running iOS 8. The widget is not automatically enabled, so you’ll need to follow these steps to add it to the Notification Center on your device: 1. Enable ‘Access on Lock Screen' on your iOS device Go to iOS Settings > Control Center and enable ‘Access on Lock Screen' 2. Edit the notification center settings Swipe down from the top edge of the screen to bring up notifications in the ‘Today’ view Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, tap Edit, then tap + to add to the ’Today View’ list (tap and drag Evernote up and down to change the order it appears in the notifications list) You will need to run 7.5.0 at least once before the widget or extension will show up as an option in the menu. If you can’t see Evernote as an option after tapping More from the share panel or in the ‘Edit’ section of the notification center, make sure the device is unlocked, and you have started the Evernote app since upgrading.
Hello! Evernote is quickly becoming essential for my research as I'm able to quickly take screen shots/pictures right from the quick note pop-down tab. I love how you can just click the tab and have your note right at hand without having to quit an application or go anywhere. The trouble starts when you click "save to evernote." The note gets dumped into the unsorted notes, often without a meaningful title making it difficult to locate and tedious to recompile back into one note. I've tried just working with the actual note open through the evernote app, but there is no easy way to toggle between programs/windows, no easy way to capture screen shots of work done in another program (The note window must be open and in front, blocking any screen capture attempt). So my questions are these: Is there a way to specify where to save the quick note? Is there a way to have the content of your quick note join an existing note? Is there a way to annotate images directly from the quick note task bar? Lastly, I've never been able to get the shortcut keys for screen capture to work on my mac, any advice? Thanks everyone!!
Dear forum, I have developed a small application for windows that helps you to quickly take notes in Windows. The idea is similar to the "Evernote Qiuck Note for OS X" but with more features: Right-to-left, Markdown, Evernote Reminder, Inline Tags and Notebook assignment, and ... It is fast, easy to use and powerful. Take a look: NimbleBox. Hope you like it.