Templates make getting straight to work easier. Simply apply a template to a new note and you can begin adding content right away. Evernote features over 50 templates to help you save time and effort. Some of these include:
- Meeting Agenda for work groups
- Travel Calendar for trip planning
- Project Overview for tracking milestones
View our gallery of free templates in the Evernote app or at evernote.com/templates.
Templates are pre-formatted notes that you can use and reuse. To get started, create a new note, then click or tap Template to access the Template Gallery and apply a template to your note. If you have an Evernote paid subscription, you can even create your own templates from existing notes.
Save templates from our website
We’ve created dozens of templates to help you get started. To view the collection, click or tap Template in a new note, or follow the steps below.
- Visit evernote.com/templates in your web browser.
- Choose a template you’d like to save.
- Click View template to preview the full template.
- Click Use Template in the upper right corner of the page.
Repeat this for as many templates as you’d like to save. Your saved templates are displayed with preview images and are synced to your account so they’re available on all of your devices. To view your saved templates, create a new note and click or tap Template in the note body.
Apply a template to a note
To create a new note using a template, follow the steps below.
- Create a new note.
- Click or tap Template in the note body.
- Select a template from the Template Gallery or your saved templates.
- Click or tap Apply Template.
The template will automatically be applied to your new note, then you can begin editing the note as you normally would.
Note: You must use the newest version of the Evernote app on desktop or mobile, or the new Evernote Web on Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Opera, in order to apply a template to a note.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why can't I see templates in my account?
If you don't see templates in your account—that is, the Template button in the note body after creating a new note—you may not be using the newest version of Evernote. In order to use templates, you must be using the newest version of the Evernote app on desktop or mobile, or the new Evernote Web on Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Opera. At this time, no other versions or browsers are supported.
I’ve been using templates in Evernote for a long time. What’s different?
In the past, we’ve offered templates in the form of sample notes that you can copy to a notebook, then duplicate to reuse. While this has been a popular workaround for a long time, we feel templates deserve an easier solution and better home in our product.
Templates now offer a way to quickly find and apply a template when you create a new note. In addition, if you have a paid subscription, you can turn any of your existing notes into templates and everyone can pull from our gallery of 50+ pre-designed templates.
Your personal template gallery can be accessed from any new note. From there you can search for templates, edit template names, delete templates from your account, and apply templates to a note.
Are templates pre-loaded into my account?
No. However, you can access our Template Gallery in the Evernote app or by visiting our website at evernote.com/templates where we have 50+ templates to begin with and more to come soon. You can save as many or as few of the templates to your account as you’d like.
How do I access my saved templates?
To access your saved templates, create a new note and click or tap Template in the note body.
Can I sort or reorder my saved templates?
No. Templates are displayed in the order that they’re updated, with the most recently updated first.
How do I create my own templates?
Visit Create your own templates.
How do I update a template I created?
Visit Edit your templates.
How do I share a template?
You cannot share templates from your template gallery. However, a workaround is to share the template as a regular note. Simply apply the template to a note, then share that note using the share menu, or export it to an ENEX file and send it to another user to import into their account.
How do I export a template?
You cannot export templates from your template gallery. However, you can apply the template to a note, then export that note to an ENEX file.
How do I restore a template that I deleted?
You cannot restore deleted templates. If you’ve created a note from that template in the past, you may be able to reconstruct the original template, then save it as a new one.
Can I request that a certain template to be added to Evernote’s Template Gallery?
At this time, we’re not accepting submissions for our Template Gallery. However, if you have a paid subscription, you can create your own templates.
How do I save my own templates?
To save your own templates, you must have a paid subscription. Learn how to create your own templates.
- edit template