How to use Google Glass with Evernote
With Evernote for Google Glass, all your important information is right in front of you. Now you can have hands-free access to notes, such as a shopping list or travel details, or capture whatever you're doing into Evernote. Here's how to get started:
- Set up Google Glass to work with Evernote
- Send notes from Evernote to Google Glass
- Capture and send photos, videos, or audio to Evernote
Note: Evernote for Google Glass is a beta product and not fully supported at this time.
Set up Google Glass to work with Evernote
To install Evernote for Google Glass:
- Browse to Google Glassware and connect Google Glass with your Google Account
- Select Evernote and click the Plus (+) sign
- In the next screen, turn the switch to “On”
- Sign into your Evernote account
- Authorize Google Glass to access Evernote
Note: To disconnect Evernote from Google Glass, go to Connected Services in your Evernote account settings, then go to http://glass.google.com/myglass, select Evernote, click the Plus (+) sign, and turn the switch to “Off” when it comes up.
Send notes from Evernote to Google Glass
You can send any note from Evernote Web directly into the Glass Timeline so you can see it on your Google Glass. To send notes to Google Glass do the following:
- Log in to your account in Evernote Web
- Open a note in Evernote
- Open the Share menu and select Glass
Evernote for Google Glass also supports lists, so you could create a shopping list while on your computer at home, and then display it on Google Glass while you’re out at the store shopping.
Capture and send photos, videos, or audio to Evernote
Use Google Glass to capture a photo or short video and send it to your Evernote account. Simply go to the Google Glass Sharing menu and select Evernote from the list.
You can also record an audio note by simply saying "OK Glass, take a note" and sharing that with Evernote. For a full set of Voice Commands, see the Glass voice action menu.
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