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 10.18.3 build 2820. Released July 27, 2021.

    Evernote for Mac 10.18.3 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

    • Tasks you create using the global create button (the green circle with the +) will now be added to the note you currently have open instead of the default task note. All the better to help you stay on top of things.

    Fixed

    • Now you can see a count of how many tasks you've completed out of the total number of tasks in a note. Because we can all use a little encouragement.
    • The app was sometimes a little too eager to export clipped notes as PDFs, leaving images behind. Now it'll wait patiently until everything has finished downloading.
    • If you hovered over an item in a scrollable menu, the list would suddenly (and annoyingly) jump back to the top. Now things will stay put.
    • Occasionally, a task would mysteriously disappear from inside a note. That didn't mean it was complete, though, which was a bit misleading. But you should see them all now.

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

  • Windows

    The most recent version is 10.18.3 build 2820. Released July 27, 2021.

    Evernote for Windows 10.18.3 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

    • Tasks you create using the global create button (the green circle with the +) will now be added to the note you currently have open instead of the default task note. All the better to help you stay on top of things.

    Fixed

    • Now you can see a count of how many tasks you've completed out of the total number of tasks in a note. Because we can all use a little encouragement.
    • The app was sometimes a little too eager to export clipped notes as PDFs, leaving images behind. Now it'll wait patiently until everything has finished downloading.
    • If you hovered over an item in a scrollable menu, the list would suddenly (and annoyingly) jump back to the top. Now things will stay put.
    • Occasionally, a task would mysteriously disappear from inside a note. That didn't mean it was complete, though, which was a bit misleading. But you should see them all now.

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

  • iOS

    The most recent version is 10.14. Released July 28, 2021.

    Evernote for iOS 10.14 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

    • You can now customize the create button to make Evernote work the way you want and keep your most-used actions at your fingertips. Choose from 7 different button styles, each with their own options, and capture the information you need with just a tap or swipe.

    Fixed

    • If you're not a fan of Dark Mode, you might have noticed that the color of the 'Add' button in Shared with Me was a little... dark. Things should be back to normal now, though.
    • The search results screen used to jump when you were scrolling through it. This was less than ideal, but on the bright side, we fixed it.
    • Now and then, your avatar icon would appear cut off in the Share dialog. Since the only thing you want clipped is a web page, we fixed that.
    • We squashed a rare bug that was causing the app to crash when accessing Tasks.
    • If you left a shared notebook containing tasks, all your tasks would disappear, not just those that had been shared with you. Admittedly, this was a bit of an overreaction, but on the bright side, we fixed it.
    • The app sometimes wouldn't allow you to move a task to a different note from the details screen, but you should be off to the races now.
    • The app would sometimes send you a reminder notification before the time you had set, but now that's a thing of the past.

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

  • Android

    The most recent version is 10.14. Released July 28, 2021.

    Evernote for Android 10.14 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

    • Customize your create button with 7 different styles to choose from.

    Fixed

    • Reminder notifications now appear at the correct time.
    • Smoother scrolling through search results.

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

  • Web

    The most recent version is 10.18.3. Released July 27, 2021.

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

    New

    • Tasks you create using the global create button (the green circle with the +) will now be added to the note you currently have open instead of the default task note. All the better to help you stay on top of things.

    Fixed

    • Now you can see a count of how many tasks you've completed out of the total number of tasks in a note. Because we can all use a little encouragement.
    • If you hovered over an item in a scrollable menu, the list would suddenly (and annoyingly) jump back to the top. Now things will stay put.
    • Occasionally, a task would mysteriously disappear from inside a note. That didn't mean it was complete, though, which was a bit misleading. But you should see them all now.

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

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