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Evernote 5 for Mac released



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Evernote released a major update to its information management system Mac OS X. Version 5 brings over 100 new features, which includes a new left pane for tags shortcuts and notes. Also a new note list and predictive search feature.

The software is free to use with free limited bandwidth on the Evernote servers. Additional bandwidth is provided with subscriptions.

Full feature list:

Left Sidebar

- Shortcuts: Drag notebooks, notes, and tags to the left pane for quick access
- Recent notes: Lets you quickly get back to notes from anywhere in Evernote
- Notebooks and Tags view: Organize your Evernote more efficiently

Browsing and Creating Notes

- Atlas: Browse your notes visually by geographic location
- Card and Snippet views: A better way to browse notes
- Scalable note editor: A more elegant way to create notes, both big and small

- Full-screen single note view: Excellent for composing notes without distractions
- Change a note’s location: Type a place manually or click the compass arrow in note info
- Lots of keyboard shortcuts: Learn more on our What’s New page
- Shared banner: Indicates how many people have access to content in shared notebooks
- Better simple and plain text handling: Simplify notes to remove complex formatting or convert them to plain text
- Indent text: Evernote for Mac now supports text indentation
- Notes created on the Mac are now tagged with location information for Atlas

Smarter Search

- Type ahead search: Completes your thoughts with suggestions from your account
- Search Personal and Joined notebooks: Search your entire account from one place
- Search options: Powerful new feature that lets you easily filter your search

Collaboration

- Better sharing: Notebooks and shared notebooks are all in one place
- Mountain Lion notifications: See Evernote activity in Notification Center
- Joined notebooks can be added to stacks

Other Improvements

- Lots of stability improvements
- Sync improvements: Faster, more reliable sync
- Explore Evernote: First launch experience that helps you get the most out of Evernote


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