Evernote for Mac gets account switching and LinkedIn sharing


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6 May 2012
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Evernote, the popular note-taking app, has updated its Mac version with new features like accounts switching, LinkedIn Sharing and more. The new accounts switching feature is only available to premium users and now lets Premium users to quickly switch between different accounts without having to sign out and sign back in. You’ll find the Add Account… feature under the Evernote menu.

It also added the LinkedIn integration, letting you share notes on the network. Some new keyboard shortcuts and numerous stability improvements for users on both Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion and loads of fixes and improvements have also been added.

New keyboard shortcuts
  • CMD+CTRL+K: This shortcut adds text strikethrough
  • CMD+Shift+D: This shortcut adds a date into the body of a note, and now also into the title

Here are even more features and capabilities that make this app a pleasure to use.
  • The List View now has a tag column
  • Activity Stream items are easier to click

You can get the update from Evernote’s site and as well as from the Mac App Store. If you get your Evernote updates through the Mac App Store, then you will also receive the previous update, which includes support for Retina displays.
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