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 10.21.5 build 2931. Released September 9, 2021.

    Evernote for Mac 10.21.5 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

    • Big news: You can now add codeblocks and dividers to your tables!
    • We're making Home even more useful for you. Notes, tasks, tags, and notebooks widgets now have an icon at the top-right so you can create a new entry with one click, right from the widget.
    • Adding filters to your note list or search results is a great way to narrow down your view, and now you can save those filters as a saved search with one click.
    • You can now duplicate, copy, and merge notes while you're offline. So even if your internet isn't working, you can be.

    Fixed

    • Your calendar week might start on Sunday or Monday, depending on where you live. Now the app will detect your location and adjust accordingly.
    • Sometimes, when you exported a note as a PDF, the title of the note would have a line break in the middle of a word. That was embarrassing, but thankfully it's now in the past.
    • Let's face it: note conflicts are frustrating. We found a way to make them happen less often when you're editing on a single device, but you may still see them from time to time. All we can say is we're working on it and we appreciate your patience.

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

  • Windows

    The most recent version is 10.21.5 build 2931. Released September 9, 2021.

    Evernote for Windows 10.21.5 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

    • Big news: You can now add codeblocks and dividers to your tables!
    • We're making Home even more useful for you. Notes, tasks, tags, and notebooks widgets now have an icon at the top-right so you can create a new entry with one click, right from the widget.
    • Adding filters to your note list or search results is a great way to narrow down your view, and now you can save those filters as a saved search with one click.
    • You can now duplicate, copy, and merge notes while you're offline. So even if your internet isn't working, you can be.

    Fixed

    • Your calendar week might start on Sunday or Monday, depending on where you live. Now the app will detect your location and adjust accordingly.
    • Sometimes, when you exported a note as a PDF, the title of the note would have a line break in the middle of a word. That was embarrassing, but thankfully it's now in the past.
    • Let's face it: note conflicts are frustrating. We found a way to make them happen less often when you're editing on a single device, but you may still see them from time to time. All we can say is we're working on it and we appreciate your patience.

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

  • iOS

    The most recent version is 10.17. Released September 14, 2021.

    Evernote for iOS 10.17 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

    • Big news: You can now add codeblocks and dividers to your tables!
    • We're making Home even more useful for you. Notes, tasks, tags, and notebooks widgets now have an icon at the top-right so you can create a new entry with one click, right from the widget.

    Fixed

    • The app will now continue recording audio after your device auto-locks, even if you have a passcode enabled.

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

  • Android

    The most recent version is 10.17. Released September 14, 2021.

    Evernote for Android 10.17 is slowly rolling out 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

    • Tables now support codeblocks and dividers.
    • Create new notes, tasks, tags, and notebooks directly from each widget's icon in Home.

    Fixed

    • Images scanned into Evernote now save correctly.

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

  • Web

    The most recent version is 10.21.5. Released September 9, 2021.

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

    New

    • Big news: You can now add codeblocks and dividers to your tables!
    • We're making Home even more useful for you. Notes, tasks, tags, and notebooks widgets now have an icon at the top-right so you can create a new entry with one click, right from the widget.
    • Adding filters to your note list or search results is a great way to narrow down your view, and now you can save those filters as a saved search with one click.

    Fixed

    • Your calendar week might start on Sunday or Monday, depending on where you live. Now the app will detect your location and adjust accordingly.
    • Let's face it: note conflicts are frustrating. We found a way to make them happen less often when you're editing on a single device, but you may still see them from time to time. All we can say is we're working on it and we appreciate your patience.

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

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