Create internal note links
Internal note links allow you to link from one note to another note, making it easy to quickly jump between notes within Evernote. Some examples where this might be helpful:
- You keep a running log of weekly meeting notes. You can create a "Meeting Notes" note, then link to the individual weekly meeting notes which are written in individual notes.
- You are writing a novel. You can create a table of contents note which links to each chapter, or you can add a "Next chapter" link at the end of each note which allows you to jump to the next note.
Note: If you share an internal note link, the recipient will only be able to view the note if they already have access to it. In other words, sharing an internal note link with someone is not the same as sharing a note with that person. To learn how to share a note, visit Share notes.
To create a link to a note, follow the steps for your operating system below.
Open your note list, right-click the note you want to link to, then select Copy Note Link.
Open your note list, right-click the note you want to link to, then select Copy Internal Link.
iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
The new Evernote for iOS: Open the note, tap the options menu (three dots), then tap Copy internal link.
Older version of Evernote for iOS: Open the note, tap the share button (box with upward arrow), tap Copy link, then chose Private link.
Open the note, tap the options button (three dots), then tap Copy internal link.
The new Evernote Web: Open the note, click the options button (three vertical dots) at the top of the note, then click Copy internal link.
Older version of Evernote Web: Open the note, click the more options button (three horizontal dots) at the top of the note, then click Copy notelink.