How to Save Photos on Evernote for Mac

By David E. Y. Sarna

Saving images in Evernote for Mac is similar to saving notes with audio files attached; you can save multiple images in a single note. You can work with images on a website, which you can clip into a note, or you can work with individual image files.

The best way to add an image file is to drag and drop it into a note, but this method has limitations. You can save as many files as you want to a note, but each note has a size limit based on your account type, so make sure that you’re aware of that limit when you start to add images.

FaceTime also enables you to save a photograph or screen shot to a note on a Mac running OS X version 10.6 or later. Follow these steps:

  1. Choose File→New→New FaceTime Camera Note.

    The camera opens.

  2. When you’re ready to take the picture, click Take Snapshot.

    If you’re not happy with the picture, click the Try Again button to retake it as many times as you like.

  3. When you’re satisfied with the picture, click Use to save it to your default notebook as an untitled note.