Feedly users love Evernote because it helps you collect the articles that matter to you. It has been one of our most used feedly Pro integrations since it launched, and today you’re going to love using feedly and Evernote together even more. We’re happy to announce that we’ve just launched an update to Evernote on feedly Pro that addresses some of your most asked for features.
Evernote is now available on mobile
We’re excited that starting today, feedly apps on iOS and Android now include full Evernote integration. It’s something you’ve been asking for, and we heard you. You can now save articles directly to your Evernote notebooks from your feedly mobile app.
Automatically clip full article content
Along with mobile support, the ability to automatically save full articles from partial feeds has been the most requested feature for Evernote. Whenever possible, the save to Evernote button in feedly now does exactly that. Any time you save a post from a partial feed in feedly, we’ll attempt to clip the full article from the original source to Evernote.
Business notebook support
Feedly + Evernote now works with your Business Notebooks. Evernote Business is a valuable tool for colleagues to share and collaborate on useful, contextual information. Feedly is already used by a growing number of professionals to discover, read and track news and intelligence about their industry or competitors. Evernote Business support completes the loop by allowing feedly Pro users to share and collaborate on that information with coworkers.
Clip images directly to Evernote
As the old saying goes, an image is worth a thousand words, and sometimes an image is all you need. You can now clip single images directly from feedly to Evernote on the web. Just hover your cursor over any images in feedly and press the Evernote icon that appears in the upper left corner to send that image to one of your notebooks.
Clip single passages or quotes from articles
Sometimes a choice passage or quote is all you really want to save from an article. We’ve made it simple to save partial articles directly to Evernote when using feedly on the web. Simply highlight the passage you want to save, and choose “Evernote” from the menu that appears.
Make Evernote default on mobile
Is Evernote all you use to save and share articles or images? You can now make it your default share and save option on mobile by pinning the icon to the toolbar and save yourself a tap. Find the option to set your favorite saving tool on the settings menu.
Full access for feedly developers
Everything we’ve announced today is available for all feedly Cloud developers via our simple REST API.
These changes are all available immediately on the web (log out of feedly and back in if you are not seeing them), iOS and Android. We love making feedly better for our users and we’re excited about these improvements to feedly+Evernote.
Let us know in the comments, on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ how you’re using Evernote and feedly Pro together.
We’re working hard every day to improve feedly and how it integrates with awesome products like Evernote. Development of feedly is funded primarily by our Pro users. Want to see feedly innovate faster? Consider becoming a feedly Pro member today!