Evernote release notes

Evernote release notes
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Evernote release notes

Choose an operating system below to view the most recent release notes. To find the version number of your app, visit Locate app version. To learn how Evernote delivers app updates, when you're eligible for an update, and how to update your Evernote app, visit How Evernote delivers app updates to our customers.

  • Mac

    The most recent version is 10.42.7. Released August 3, 2022.

    Evernote for Mac 10.42.7 is available now from the Mac App Store, or as a direct download version from our website. If you're already running the direct download version, you do not need to take any action and will see an automatic update soon.

    New

    • The app will now auto-populate new note titles when you click into the title field. "Sounds cool," we hear you say, "but what does it mean?" It's like this: Let's say the first line of content in your note is something like "Team meeting, June 23rd." Simply click in the title field and the app will instantly make that your note's title, without any extra effort on your part. You can change it later if you want, but think of the time you'll save!
    • Tag your notes quicker! Drag a tag from the sidebar or the tags menu directly into a note to apply it to that note.
    • We've added a new keyboard shortcut! Instantly open the new Settings menu by clicking Cmd + , on Mac or Ctrl + , on Windows and Linux. And if Settings is already open, you can use the same shortcut to close it.
    • We've made a few changes so it's easier for you to adjust the app's settings. "Preferences" in the menu bar is now called "Settings," and clicking on it now opens the main Settings window, where you can tweak to your heart's content.
    • Teams customers can now filter by stack in the search bar or the filtered notes widget.
    • You'll now see a progress bar when executing several actions at once (like deleting notes or editing tags), and you'll be able to cancel midway if you change your mind.
    • We've added a new filter to the Tasks view to show you only your recurring tasks.

    To see older release notes, visit Previous release notes for Evernote for Mac.

  • Windows

    The most recent version is 10.42.7. Released August 3, 2022.

    Evernote for Windows 10.42.7 is available now from the Windows Store, or as a direct download version from our website. If you're already running the direct download version, you do not need to take any action and will see an automatic update soon.

    New

    • The app will now auto-populate new note titles when you click into the title field. "Sounds cool," we hear you say, "but what does it mean?" It's like this: Let's say the first line of content in your note is something like "Team meeting, June 23rd." Simply click in the title field and the app will instantly make that your note's title, without any extra effort on your part. You can change it later if you want, but think of the time you'll save!
    • Tag your notes quicker! Drag a tag from the sidebar or the tags menu directly into a note to apply it to that note.
    • We've added a new keyboard shortcut! Instantly open the new Settings menu by clicking Cmd + , on Mac or Ctrl + , on Windows and Linux. And if Settings is already open, you can use the same shortcut to close it.
    • We've added a new filter to the Tasks view to show you only your recurring tasks.

    To see older release notes, visit Previous release notes for Evernote for Windows.

  • iOS

    The most recent version is 10.37. Released August 4, 2022.

    Evernote for iOS 10.37 is available now from the App Store. If you have enabled automatic app updates, you do not need to take any action and will see an automatic update soon.

    New

    • Work faster on iPad with new keyboard shortcuts.
    • The app will now auto-populate new note titles when you tap into the title field. "Sounds cool," we hear you say, "but what does it mean?" It's like this: Let's say the first line of content in your note is something like "Team meeting, June 23rd." Simply tap in the title field and the app will instantly make that your note's title, without any extra effort on your part. You can change it later if you want, but think of the time you'll save!
    • We added a mini sidebar to make it easier than ever to navigate the app on your iPad.

    To see previous release notes, visit Previous release notes for Evernote for iOS.

  • Android

    The most recent version is 10.37. Released August 4, 2022.

    Evernote for Android 10.37 is available now in the Play Store. If you have enabled automatic app updates, you do not need to take any action and will see an automatic update soon.

    New

    • Work faster on Chromebook with new keyboard shortcuts.
    • Blank note titles are now auto-populated from the first line of content.
    • New mini sidebar for easier navigation on Chromebook and Tablet.

    To see previous release notes, visit Previous release notes for Evernote for Android.

  • Web

    The most recent version is 10.42.7. Released August 3, 2022.

    Evernote Web updates are automatic. You do not need to take any action.

    New

    • The app will now auto-populate new note titles when you click into the title field. "Sounds cool," we hear you say, "but what does it mean?" It's like this: Let's say the first line of content in your note is something like "Team meeting, June 23rd." Simply click in the title field and the app will instantly make that your note's title, without any extra effort on your part. You can change it later if you want, but think of the time you'll save!
    • Tag your notes quicker! Drag a tag from the sidebar or the tags menu directly into a note to apply it to that note.
    • We've made a few changes so it's easier for you to adjust the app's settings. "Preferences" in the menu bar is now called "Settings," and clicking on it now opens the main Settings window, where you can tweak to your heart's content.
    • Teams customers can now filter by stack in the search bar or the filtered notes widget.
    • You'll now see a progress bar when executing several actions at once (like deleting notes or editing tags), and you'll be able to cancel midway if you change your mind.
    • We've added a new filter to the Tasks view to show you only your recurring tasks.

    To see older release notes, visit Previous release notes for Evernote Web.

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