When you delete a note, it's moved to the trash which is located at the bottom of your notebooks list. If you change your mind about deleting the note and would like to restore it, follow the steps for your operating system below.

  • Mac

    The new Evernote for Mac

    Right-click the note you want to restore from the Trash, then select Restore note.

    Older version of Evernote for Mac

    Right-click the note you want to restore from the Trash, then select Restore.

  • Windows

    The new Evernote for Windows

    Right-click the note you want to restore from the Trash, then select Restore note.

    Older version of Evernote for Windows

    Right-click the note you want to restore from the Trash, then select Restore.

  • iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

    Open the note you want to restore from the Trash, tap the More actions button (three dots), then tap Restore note.

  • Android

    Open the note you want to restore from the Trash, tap the More actions button (three dots), then tap Restore note.

  • Web

    Open the note you want to restore from the Trash, click the options button (three dots), then click Restore.

Note: You cannot restore a notebook that has been deleted. When you delete a notebook, all of the notes in it are moved to the trash and the empty notebook is removed from your account. If you would like to restore the notebook, simply restore the individual notes that were in the notebook.

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