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Evernote now allows users to access their notes offline in its app

The popular note and task management platform Evernote this week announced a new feature called “Offline Notes.” As the name suggests, users will now be able to download their notes with all their content to access them in the Evernote mobile app when a Wi-Fi or cellular connection is not available.

Offline notes are now available to Evernote subscribers

According to Evernote, the new feature makes it “easier than ever to navigate through thoughts, ideas, and projects” when you need them offline. Previously, Evernote kept only a small amount of data about each note that was saved in a temporary cache.

With this new feature, users can choose which notes to download for offline access, and the Evernote app will keep them available with all their content. The app has options to download individual notes or entire notebooks for offline viewing and editing.

Of course, any changes made while the device is disconnected from the internet will later be synced to the cloud once an internet connection is available.

With the introduction of Offline Notes, users with any paid Evernote subscription can access their most important notes offline on mobile. This feature allows users to ensure that the information they need is always available on their mobile device, even when Wi-Fi isn’t, without having to download an entire laptop.

To make a note available offline, all users need to do is swipe left on the note list, then tap the green download button. There’s also a new “Offline” tab in the app’s sidebar that allows people to easily filter only downloaded content in one place. Note, however, that this feature requires a paid Evernote subscription.

Last month, Evernote updated its iOS app with support for lock screen widgets on the iPhone. The Evernote app for iPhone and iPad is available for free on the App Store. You can find more details about Evernote’s paid plans on the app’s official website.

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