Comparing Note-Taking Software, a Rant; Evernote for Linux Is Coming Soon; Evernote CEO Ian Small Comments on NYT Article; and, Evernote for macOS 7.12 Released

August 8, 2019
Hello, and welcome to Getting More Done With Evernote, Episode 005.
In this episode:
  • Evernote ranked against other note-taking rant and a few notes on better comparative analyses when discussing software.
  • Evernote for Linux may be happening?
  • CEO Ian Small responds to The New York Times piece (in which he was interviewed).
  • Evernote for macOS 7.12 has released.
I’m your host, Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote user since 2009, Evernote Certified Consultant and Evernote Regional Leader for North America. As you can imagine, I love Evernote. And, with Getting More Done With Evernote, I hope to help everyone love Evernote, or at least enjoy digital note-taking, a little more with each episode.
There are better comparisons of note-taking software out there, these among them:
*The article author noted that the max file upload size was 50MB and that’s not accurate. You can upload files up to the size of the note size limit, which is 25 MB for Evernote Basic, and 200 MB for Evernote Premium accounts.
On the whole, I thought it closed positively about Evernote and its current state.
Ian Small responded in the Evernote discussion forum.
Note: Version 7.12 and updates going forward will only support macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) or higher (10.14 Mojave, 10.15 Catalina and beyond).
That’s all for now. To learn more and follow me please visit I’m Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote Certified Consultant, for Getting More Done With Evernote. Here’s to your productive life.

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