Quick question: Why have only one Evernote account when you can easily manage multiple at the same time?
Just like dial-up internet and AOL mail, the days of being confined to one account per program are long gone. Evernote is another program on the ever-lengthening list of those you can do this with. However, if you're wondering why you would need multiple Evernote accounts, we're going to cover that for you right now.
Keeping your personal life and your work life is vital. So, why not do the same with your Evernote accounts? Follow these steps to change between your Evernote accounts without ever having to sign out or back in again.
How to manage multiple Evernote accounts with Shift
Evernote on Mac and Windows can support up to 5 different accounts at a time. That said, at least one of the accounts needs to be Premium or Business. On the other hand, using the Evernote app in Shift means you can manage multiple free accounts across your Mac, Windows or Linux devices.
1. Click Add Application [+]
2. Search for Evernote
3. Log in using your account
4. Repeat these steps for as many accounts as you want
Multiple Evernote accounts without Shift
Don't have Shift yet? There is another way to login to multiple Evernote accounts; However, this method requires at least one paid—Premium or Business—Evernote account.
1. On the menu bar, click File > Add Another User
2. Input the sign in information for your second account
To switch between accounts, you will need to do is go to "File" and then select the account you want to use.
1. On the menu bar, click Evernote > Add Another Account
2. Sign in to your alternate account
To switch between accounts on Mac, click the drop-down arrow next to your name and select the account you want to use.