Evernote 5 for Mac - Part 3

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The third and final part of our updated coverage of the new Evernote 5 for Mac

Evernote have pulled all the stops out and completely redesigned both the Mac and iOS client applications. The redesigns aren't just cosmetic either, they've added a lot of new functionality to Evernote, and in doing so have changed the way you may interact with the application.

This week is the final part in a multipart series looking at the new features of Evernote 5 for Mac.

As a web service at it's core, Evernote has a fully featured web client, allowing you complete flexibility to view and update your data anywhere via a browser. I take a look at the main features of the Evernote Web Client as well as demonst…

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The third and final part of our updated coverage of the new Evernote 5 for Mac

Evernote have pulled all the stops out and completely redesigned both the Mac and iOS client applications. The redesigns aren't just cosmetic either, they've added a lot of new functionality to Evernote, and in doing so have changed the way you may interact with the application.

This week is the final part in a multipart series looking at the new features of Evernote 5 for Mac.

As a web service at it's core, Evernote has a fully featured web client, allowing you complete flexibility to view and update your data anywhere via a browser. I take a look at the main features of the Evernote Web Client as well as demonstrating the different ways to share both notes and notebooks. With full Geotagging support, the new Mac client has a new Atlas view as well as direct access to the Evernote Trunk.

I also take a look at Skitch, the great screen capture tool, recently acquired by Evernote. Skitch has seen some great improvements in its integration as well as the welcome return of some old features. The show is finished off with a review of some of the Premium features available if you upgrade your Evernote account.

This full tutorial includes sections on:

  • Evernote Web Interface
  • Sharing Notes and Notebooks
  • Evernote Atlas & Evernote Trunk
  • Evernote & Skitch
  • Evernote Premium

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