Feedly wins Evernote Platform Award

Evernote Award

We are delighted to announce that we’ve won the 2014 Evernote Platform Award for Best Integration! This is a huge honor for us, and we want to thank the Evernote team for giving us the opportunity to integrate with such an amazing product. We also want to thank all of our users and fans who voted for us.

We know feedly+Evernote is an important part of your daily routine for many of you. We asked over a thousand of the most active Evernote users on feedly to tell us what feedly+Evernote means to them. Here are some of our favorite responses.

  • Crime fiction author Ed James uses feedly and Evernote to conduct research for upcoming novels. “I subscribe to ten or so newspapers and sift through the stories every day, saving the interesting ones. Later, when I’m writing a new novel, I look through the articles, both for research and plot ideas,” he says. “It’s so easy to use… Most other implementations are patchy – partial article saving, selection from menus. This just works.”
  • Trends researcher Libby Garrett relies on feedly and Evernote to capture and organize signals about trends. “Once 100s of signals have been gathered in Evernote, I analyze them through a pattern recognition and triangulation process that reveals and provides insight to what is new and next,” she says. “Gathering of 100s and 1000s of media quotes, images and articles is essential to my creative process. The feedly+Evernote integration allows me to do so in a quick and seamless manner – my intuition is free to scan for what I need without cumbersome interruptions to capture them.”
  • Radio announcer and content director John Moran uses feedly+Evernote to find and save articles for his web content-rich radio show on Live 88.5 FM in Ottawa, Canada. “It’s made my online world 1,000% more organized,” he says.
  • James Madison University IT Specialist Christine Donovan uses feedly to find articles about trends in academia and the integration of technology in education. She then uses Evernote to codify all the knowledge and information she finds. “My job requires me to stay informed of the latest trends and developments in the web industry, and feedly helps me to achieve this,” she explains. “Feedly+Evernote is my go to resource for discovering, creating and organizing my interests into my own repository of inspiration.”
  • Technology consultant Steve Williams uses Evernote as his “digital brain.” He uses feedly to gather knowledge about topics relevant to his business, like social media, marketing, sales and speaking, and then saves articles in Evernote for future reference. “Feedly Pro is a must, so I can keep in touch with my industry in a proactive manner,” he says.
  • For sustainability consultant Jennifer Woofter, feedly and Evernote is a time-saving way to source and organize ideas for blog posts. “Using the feedly+Evernote integration saves me at least 30 minutes every day,” she says. “I couldn’t run my business without it.”
  • Public relations professionals need to constantly absorb new information about clients, their competitors, and their industry. For Metzger Albee president Doyle Albee, feedly+Evernote makes that task much easier. “As the owner of a public relations firm, I read, share and save lots of news from hundreds of sources,” he says. “The integration between Feedly and Evernote makes it simple.”
  • Computer History Museum CEO John Hollar subscribes to about 100 feeds in feedly for both work and personal information. He uses Evernote to build an ever-growing personal library of ideas and inspiration he can refer back to later. “Feedly+Evernote has helped me build an incredibly valuable personal archive and keep track of thousands of published items,” he says. “It’s like my personal information feed.”
  • “Feedly and Evernote are a marriage made in tech heaven,” says creative director Liz Schwartz, who uses feedly to find design inspiration and uses Evernote to share articles and information with clients. “The ability to easily save any news/tidbits I find in my daily news upkeep is priceless when running a small design business. It helps me keep up to date on my client’s industries and provide additional value on top of my design services.”

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Put feedly and Evernote to work together

Evernote has been one of our most popular integrations since we launched feedly Pro in August 2013, and we totally revamped feedly+Evernote earlier this year. You can now save to Evernote in five different ways:

Web – The core of the Evernote integration is the ability to save any article from feedly directly to your Evernote notebooks. One of the major improvements we added this year was the ability to automatically save full articles, even from partial feeds. This is a huge time saver and ensures that you always get the complete benefit from any knowledge you save to Evernote.

Evernote Web

Mobile – The big update earlier this year also added support for Evernote to our iOS and Android apps. Full cross-platform support means you can save to Evernote no matter where you are reading.

Evernote Mobile

Quote – Sometimes you don’t need the full article. Maybe all you really want to save is a specific quote, paragraph or passage from an article. Quote clipping allows you to highlight a specific passage in an article in feedly and clip it directly to one of your Evernote notebooks.

Evernote Quote

Image – Similarly, you can also save any image you see in an article on feedly to Evernote just by hovering your mouse over the image.

Evernote Image

Mini – We just brought back our Chrome web-browsing companion, feedly Mini, and it supports direct clipping of web pages to Evernote — even from sites you don’t follow in feedly!

Evernote Mini

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How do you use feedly and Evernote? Let us know in the comments.

Author: Josh Catone

I am an editorial strategy consultant and startup founder.

18 thoughts on “Feedly wins Evernote Platform Award”

    1. Did you get the chance to try ngreader or phonly? We would love to offer feedly on windows phone but have not found the time to pull that off. Yet.

  1. In China, evernote has a localized version called Yinxiang Biji. But I can not clip to Yinxiang Biji :( .

    1. If you look at https://feedly.com/#pro you will notice that most integrations/worfklow optimizations are part of the same feedly Pro package. The $5/month or $45/year unlocks all integration + power search + faster polling + early access to new features + premium support. This is what makes feedly viable in the long term.

  2. Are we ever going to be able to use an email address to login into Feedly? You said this was coming “soon” last fall after the Google+ fiasco. Here we are almost 1 year later and still no option for an actual Feedly account.

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