• Evernote’s mobile strategy advice: Be everywhere

    Evernote’s mobile strategy advice: Be everywhere

    With more than 100 million registered users, Evernote is no stranger to the changing mobile landscape.But the first iteration of Evernote for mobile wasn’t spectacular — it was just available on the mobile browser and had read-only permissions.
  • Evernote and Google Drive Get Better Integration With Rich Previews

    Evernote and Google Drive Get Better Integration With Rich Previews

    This morning, Google and Evernote co-announced that Google Drive has been integrated into Evernote with thumbnail previews and a much richer viewing experience when its documents are included in notes.That’s a fancy way of saying that you can access Drive files from within Evernote and then see them as more than just a link.
  • Evernote is About to Limit Basic Accounts to Just Two Devices, Raise Prices

    Evernote is About to Limit Basic Accounts to Just Two Devices, Raise Prices

    Hopefully, for your sake, you either pay for their premium tiers or you don’t use it on more than two devices.Because this week, Evernote announced that its free tier, otherwise known as Evernote Basic, will start limiting users to access on just two devices.
  • Evernote's New Privacy Policy Says Their Employees Can Look at Your Notes

    Evernote's New Privacy Policy Says Their Employees Can Look at Your Notes

    In the newly minted privacy policy, Evernote admits that if you use its service, its employees have the power to view your un-encrypted content “for the purposes of developing and improving the Evernote service.” Let me say that again – Evernote employees can look at your content because you have chosen to use Evernote.
  • Evernote Update Lets Employees Read Your Notes

    Evernote Update Lets Employees Read Your Notes

    23, the new rules allow "some" workers to "exercise oversight of machine learning technologies applied to account content … for the purposes of developing and improving the Evernote service.Desktop users on Windows or Mac can encrypt any text inside an annotation, hiding its contents from anyone (including Evernote) without a password.
  • Evernote CEO Responds to Privacy Concerns Over New Policy (Updated)

    Evernote CEO Responds to Privacy Concerns Over New Policy (Updated)

    In enforcing these laws, Evernote employees do not view the content of user notes except in very limited cases.Select Evernote employees may see random content to ensure the features are working properly but they won’t know who it belongs to.
  • Evernote Changes Privacy Policy Over Concerns, Makes Employee Viewing an Opt-In Option

    Evernote Changes Privacy Policy Over Concerns, Makes Employee Viewing an Opt-In Option

    After days of controversy surrounding its upcoming privacy policy change, Evernote has decided to change it up in response to customer feedback.Previously, Evernote’s machine learning feature could only be taken advantage of if a customer was willing to let select Evernote employees view note content in rare instances.
  • Evernote Backtracks on Privacy Policy

    Evernote Backtracks on Privacy Policy

    The company recently introduced new rules authorizing employee access to users' saved scribblings.Instead, Evernote will revise its existing policy "to address our customers' concerns, reinforce that their data remains private by default, and confirm the trust they have placed in Evernote is well founded," Greg Chiemingo, senior director of communications, wrote in a blog post.