Evernote is a fantastic notes storage system, synched across iOS, web, and computer platforms so you’re never missing your stuff.
Did you know, however that Evernote allows you to add attachments to your notes, letting you connect images and audio with ease?
It’s super easy, and I’m here to show you how to do so on your iPhone or iPad.
First off, open up a note you want to attach something to in Evernote for iOS, on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
To attach a photo, tap on the little gray camera icon, and then tap on Take Photo to capture a new image from your iOS device’s camera, or Choose Existing to grab an image from your Camera Roll. Once attached, you’ll go right back to the Note editor window, where you can type in any identifying details and such.
To add audio, tap on the little Microphone icon next to the Camera icon, and begin recording when you see the dark gray recording bar drop down from the top. Record your audio, singing, talking, or playing the kazoo into your iOS device’s microphone, and then hit the Done button. You’ll go right back to the Note editing window, and your audio will show up at the top of the Note itself.
And? That’s it. Now you can attach all sorts of images and sound files to your Evernote database.