The popular note-taking application and task management platform Evernote announced in September last year a major redesign of its mobile website and application. Today, Evernote launched a new dashboard called “Home” that brings together multiple information (such as notes, drafts, and documents) in one place.
Now, when accessing the platform, Evernote users will get a more immersive experience. The new main menu provides suggestions for useful content to help you start your day, including notes, memo pads, notebooks, documents, files, etc.
Home is a new way to start your day in Evernote. A one-stop dashboard that puts the information you need first and center—organized, organized, and available at all times—so you can stay working at all times without feeling overwhelmed.
Users with Evernote Basic or Plus accounts will have access to the following widgets: notes, note pads, recently captured notebooks, notebooks, fixed notes, tags and shortcuts. If you are a subscriber of Evernote Premium or Business, in addition to the option to change the background, you can also resize, reorganize or even delete the widgets in Home.
Watch the video below, which shows how the new Home dashboard works on Evernote:
The new Home experience will be rolled out to Mac, Windows and Web users in the next few weeks, and will be updated for iOS and Android apps later this year. You can learn more about the new Evernote homepage in this official blog post.
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