Switch between multiple accounts in Evernote

Switch between multiple accounts in Evernote
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Switch between multiple accounts in Evernote

If you have multiple Evernote accounts—such as more than one personal account, or a personal account and a business account—you can easily switch between them without having to sign out and sign back in each time.

When you switch from one account to another, the Evernote app screen reloads and displays the other account with all of its notes and notebooks.

Add and switch between accounts

To add and switch between accounts, follow the steps for your operating system below.

  • Mac

    The new Evernote for Mac

    1. Click on your name with the dropdown arrow in the upper left corner of the app and select Add accounts...
    2. Sign in to your second account.

    Switch between multiple accounts by clicking your name with the dropdown arrow in the upper left corner of the app window.

    Older version of Evernote for Mac

    1. Go to Evernote > Add Another Account... from the menu bar.
    2. Sign in to your second account.

    Switch between multiple accounts by clicking your name with the dropdown arrow in the upper left corner of the app window.

    Note: You can add one Basic account and up to four Premium or Business accounts for a maximum of five accounts.

  • Windows

    The new Evernote for Windows

    1. Click on your name with the dropdown arrow in the upper left corner of the app and select Add accounts...
    2. Sign in to your second account.

    Switch between multiple accounts by clicking your name with the dropdown arrow in the upper left corner of the app window.

    Older version of Evernote for Windows

    1. Go to File > Add Another User... from the menu bar.
    2. Sign in to your second account.

    Switch between your accounts by going to File and selecting the desired  account.

    Note: You can add one Basic account and up to four Premium or Business accounts for a maximum of five accounts.

  • iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

    The new Evernote for iOS

    1. Tap the three lines in the bottom left corner to open the menu.
    2. Tap the Settings button (gear icon) in the upper right corner of the menu and select Account.
    3. Tap Add account, then sign in to your second account.

    Switch between multiple accounts by tapping the three line icon, then tap Settings > Account.

    Older version of Evernote for iOS

    1. Select the Account tab.
    2. Tap Settings > Manage Accounts > Add Another Account...
    3. Sign in to your second account.

    Switch between accounts in the Account tab or by long-pressing on the Account tab button.

    Note: You can only add a second account if you have an Evernote Business account that has been updated. You cannot add a second personal account.

  • Android

    The new Evernote for Android

    1. Tap the three lines in the bottom left corner to open the menu.
    2. Tap the Settings button (gear icon) in the upper right corner of the menu and select Account.
    3. Tap Add account, then sign in to your second account.

    Switch between multiple accounts by tapping the three line icon, then tap Settings > Account.

    Older version of Evernote for Android

    1. Open the navigation menu (three bars).
    2. Tap your account info at the top, then tap Add business account.
    3. Sign in to your second account.

    Switch between accounts by tapping your other account in the upper right of the navigation menu (three bars). You can also tap the down arrow to the right of your name, then tap your other account when it appears in the dropdown.

    Note: You can only add a second account if you have an Evernote Business account that has been updated. You cannot add a second personal account.

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