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It’s been a while since we talked about Evernote on the podcast, and this episode was triggered by the end of year letter that the CEO makes every year.

In his 2021 recap, he said this “Your subscriptions propelled Evernote to its highest annual revenues in history.

When we read that, we both said “What!!? Really?”

So we thought it would be good to do a little dive into where Evernote is now, what they’re doing feature-wise, and what some new features are that you may not be aware of or using.

You’re an Evernote user, but haven’t looked into any of the new features or changes.

You USED to be an Evernote user, but are curious what is happening with them these days – maybe even thinking of coming back.

You like staying up with the latest productivity tech developments.

You can find links to everything that we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/392.

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You can find links to everything that we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/392.

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  • Top 3 Productivity Resources [3:40]
  • What are Thanh’s thoughts on the current state of Evernote? [5:27]
  • What are super apps? [9:47]
  • What is the first feature in Evernote that could make it a super app? [13:23]
  • What does Thanh think of the home area within Evernote? [14:23]
  • What is a filtered widget, and what does it do? [16:25]
  • How does Evernote integrate with a calendar? [18:23]
  • Does Thanh foresee himself moving to Evernote for task management in the near future? [27:23]
  • What are the last few important features in Evernote? [29:55]

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  1. I switched from Evernote to Onenote when they stopped letting you have offline access for free. I wish they'd bring that back to the free version. But some of this info can also be used in OneNote.

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