It was just two weeks ago that we looked at the Evernote for Mac beta. Today Evernote 2.0 for Mac is finally available, with a slew of new features like notebooks stacks and sharing, UI improvements and more. Here’s a quick look at Evernote 2.0 for Mac.
One of the marquee features is notebook stacks, and it’s what I’m most eager to play with. You’ve got many notebooks in Evernote, some on related topics. Sacks lets you organize those into a single location. Create stacks by dropping related notebooks on top of each other, and click the disclosure triangle to see what’s in there.
Another cool feature is notebook sharing right from the app. This was previously only available through a browser. To get started, just tap the new Shared button. You’ll see a list of notebooks. To share that awesome Macramé notebook with your Aunt Shirley, just click the Start Sharing button and you’re off. Notebooks can also be shared with the world at large or a group in addition to individual sharing.
There’s a lot more, like a re-designed left panel, support for up to 250 notebooks and the ability to attach files to a note. We’ll have a more thorough review up soon. Until then, grab it and start playing!