Life is busier than ever. So Evernote evolved to help you focus on what matters most.
See this feedback given to Evernote – “I’ve been using Evernote for years, since I was still a student. Still using it to this day at work.”
True, then, Evernote helps you regain control of your day so you can focus on what matters most.
Evernote develops products and services that change the way you remember everything, turn ideas into action, and work together.
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Another comment summarises what Evernote does to its users – “I have been using Evernote to keep my home near-paperless for a few years now. Wouldn’t be without it. I use it for recipes to — it is so useful to tag the recipes in way that makes sense to me, and to also be able to share those recipes, separate from my personal information.”
It’s where ideas become answers, where individuals organize their daily lives, and where teams come to create and share work together.
Evernote was founded to address a growing problem that technology helped to create: how to succeed in a world of an ever-increasing volume and velocity of information.
We are accelerating investment in our technical infrastructure to enable us to ship more of what you want, faster. – Chris O’Neill, CEO, Evernote
“Our purpose is to give people the time and freedom to focus on what matters by helping them to live more organized lives,” the company says.
Not so long ago, capturing ideas meant having to stop and jot it down on paper before you forgot it.
Clipping web pages? You had to bookmark it or take a screenshot.
Saving and sharing files with a project team meant trading office docs via email, never sure who had the latest version.
Then came Evernote. Perhaps.
225 million people around the world have discovered Evernote, which is used in over 25 languages every day.
Evernote Corporation is a global, privately-owned company headquartered in Redwood City, California.
While Stepan Pachikov, its founder, began working on an idea he had for what became Evernote, he recognized three things the brain does: it remembers the past, builds connections, and creates new ideas for the future.
Evernote was founded as an extension of the brain, the company claims.
You can join Evernote for free, capture ideas and inspiration from anywhere and manage tasks with ease.
Beginning with the mission of ‘Remember Everything’, Evernote has grown to address the three needs Pachikov identified.
With 8 billion notes created by 225 million people worldwide, it’s easy to see why Evernote’s products have become the default place for individuals and teams who want to remember everything, turn ideas into action, and work better together.