How to add and switch between multiple accounts in Evernote

How to add and switch between multiple accounts in Evernote

How to add and 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 in Evernote without having to sign out and sign back in each time.

Whenever 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

  • 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.

  • Windows

    1. Go to File > 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: If you are part of an Evernote Business account that was created before September 11, 2017, you will see your personal and business notes in separate tabs within the same window. Therefore, you do not need to switch views to move between personal and business.

  • iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

    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.

  • 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 name next to the dropdown arrow at the top of the navigation menu.

 

Notes

  • Evernote for Mac and Windows each support up to 5 different accounts. Evernote on iOS and Android each support up to 2 different accounts.
  • If you prefer to be prompted for your password each time you sign in to Evernote, you can sign out at the end of each session. The next time you open Evernote, you will be prompted for your username and password.

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