Video: Export Your Files From Evernote

Video: Export Your Files From Evernote

Evernote Save AttachmentsIf you are using Evernote to go paperless, you will want to know how to get your documents out when you need them.

The latest version of the Mac client has an awesome new feature: the ability to save attachments to a folder. You can do this for an individual note, a group of notes, an entire notebook, or your entire Evernote database.

View the video below, or click here to watch it on YouTube. If you are able to, I recommend that you watch it with HD turned on.

This video on saving attachments in Evernote is part of a series of quick videos on paperless tips and topics. View more in the series here.

About the Author

Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. He's been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since 2008. You can find Brooks on Twitter at @documentsnap or @brooksduncan. Thanks for stopping by.

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How I Use Evernote | Tips To Learn How To Go Paperless | DocumentSnap Paperless Blog - November 27, 2012 Reply

[…] I recommend that if you are going to have important documents in a proprietary system of any kind, you know how to get them out. If my “bulletin board” went away it would suck, but I’d be fine. If my […]

Bruce - May 28, 2012 Reply

If Evernote OCRs the pdf when uploaded is the downloaded PDF searchable?

    Brooks Duncan - May 28, 2012 Reply

    Unfortunately, not as far as I can tell. I had meant to mention that. Thanks. One advantage of OCR before uploading to Evernote. <p style=”color: #A0A0A8;”>

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