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Evernote helps you capture and prioritize ideas, projects, and to-do lists, so nothing falls through the cracks.


[edit] Overview

There are three versions of Evernote, the basic version is free and provides typical note taking tasks. The Premium version adds the ability to organize everything. The business version allows collaboration with other business versions (minimum two).

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[edit] Basic

This version is free and has free web site connection

  • Take great notes
  • Rich formatting with tables and attachments
  • Collect web clippings and screenshots from any browser or device
  • Record audio notes
  • Create to-do lists with checkboxes
  • Take notes with your stylus on mobile devices
  • Highlight, annotate, or comment on images
  • Attach PDFs, receipts, files, and documents
  • Clip full pages, images, and text from the web
  • Search and find your notes fast
  • Create notebooks and tags
  • Sort and organize information by date, title, or tag
  • Search for text inside images
  • Share a notebook with one or more people
  • Set permissions for editing notes and notebooks

Limits: 25 MB Note size and 60 MB uploads per month

[edit] Professional

Add the ability to:

  • Forward emails into your Evernote account
  • Scan and digitize business cards and create contact notes
  • Annotate PDFs
  • Search for text inside PDFs and Office Docs
  • See a version history of your notes
  • Turn notes into a presentation with one click
  • Recommends related notes that you've written
  • View LinkedIn information when you scan business cards
  • As you type, see related info from The Wall Street Journal, LinkedIn, Inc. Magazine, and more
  • Link Google Drive files
  • Connect with email providers like Outlook
  • Connect with communication tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams

Limits: 200 MB note sizes and 10 GB uploads per month

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