Use the Touch Bar in Evernote for Mac
The Touch Bar changes automatically based on what you’re doing to give you app-specific controls at your fingertips. In Evernote, there are three different Touch Bar modes: default, notes, and annotation.
Note: This feature is not yet available in the new Evernote for Mac.
A default set of frequently used global controls.
- Navigate: Move backward and forward in your Evernote account
- Search: Search for a note, notebook, tag, or keyword
- View/Sort: Change the view and sort order of your notes list
- Tags: Browse a carousel of your tags to filter your notes
- New Note: Create a new note in the current or default notebook
A set of easy-to-access formatting controls when editing a note.
- Emoji: Add an emoji
- Color: Choose a color for text, table cells, and table borders
- Text: Bold, italicize, and/or underline text
- Alignment: Align text left, right, centered, or fully justified
- Lists: Add a bulleted or numbered list
A set of markup tools when annotating an image or PDF.
- Arrow tool: Add an arrow
- Text tool: Add text
- Line & Shapes tools: Create a line or shape
- Pen & Highlight tools: Write freehand with opaque (pen) or transparent (highlight) digital ink
- Stamp tool: Add a stamp
- Pixelate tool: Blur a portion of the image
- Crop & Resize tool: Crop or resize the image
- Color options: Change the color of your text, line, shape, or digital ink
- Stroke options: Change the width of your line, shape, or pen/highlighter
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Touch Bar customizable?
No. We don’t currently support the customization of the Touch Bar.
What are the buttons on the right side of the Touch Bar?
The right side of the Touch Bar is the Control Strip where you can access standard Mac functions, such as brightness, volume, and Siri.
Why do I see different buttons in the Touch Bar at different times?
The Touch Bar changes automatically based on what you’re doing.
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