Scan Whiteboards With Scannable

For decades, flip charts and whiteboards have been an indispensable part of meetings, conferences or creative brainstorming sessions. And, since we’re making everything digital these days, the Evernote developers haven’t been lagging behind. You’re probably already familiar with Scannable – we wrote an article on it in January. Its long suit is certainly fast, precise and good-quality scanning of documents, bills, notes or business cards straight to Evernote using devices with iOS.

Evernote Scannable rozdíl

Scannable 2.0 has been recently released and it’s our duty and pleasure to present you its new features – and whiteboard scanning is the major one. You might have tried taking photos of meticulously collected notes and more often than not the result was terrible – reflections, bad lighting and other blemishes. The new Scannable version puts an end to it.

Evernote Scannable pořízení

When scanning shiny whiteboards with the new Scannable 2.0, all those imperfections go away. The result is a smooth surface, rich colours and a final picture of great quality. What Scannable also improved is sharing scans with other people. Thanks to no unnecessary clicking through the app, you can share information with others almost immediately.

Have you tried on it yet? Let us know how you like it!

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Daniel is a lecturer, trainer and consultant for self-organisation. Also a globetrotter, sportsman, and lover of people, coffee and nature. He is the founder of LifeNotes which brings Evernote users from the Czech Republic and Slovakia together. As a freelance entrepreneur, Daniel holds training sessions on self-organisation, GTD and mind maps. In his training, he focuses on the progress his trainees make, not just handing on information. More than 1000 participants took part in his training – CEOs, managers, businessmen, consultants, assistants and entrepreneurs. Daniel comes from Ostrava, but most of the time he’s on the move across his homeland or abroad. When he’s not in charge of some educational or development project, he writes articles and books, or just wanders around the globe.
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