I’ve been using Penultimate since I first got my iPad. Up until now, I had to email my Penultimate note pads to my Evernote account. The email step in my workflow was fine but I longed for Penultimate to get Evernote integration.
Well, my wish came true because of its last release, Penultimate now includes Evernote integration enabling you to send Penultimate notebooks and pages directly from the app into your Evernote account without workarounds like having to email Penultimate notebooks to your Evernote email address.
Tap the right arrow at the bottom of the Penultimate screen. A menu appears with some new options. Tape Send To, then tap Evernote. The first time you follow these steps brings up the Link Account dialog box where you link the Penultimate app on your iPad with Evernote. Next, enter in your Evernote username and password then tap Link. Now you are ready to send Penultimate notebooks or pages to your Evernote account. Whatever you send to Evernote appears in your default notebook.
When I first setup the link between Penultimate and Evernote, I did it from the notebook view that shows all of my Penultimate notebooks. The notebook appearing at the far left got sent to my Evernote account. This isn’t a big thing but it’s something to pay attention to when you are creating the link. Once you have the link setup, tap Send To, the tap Evernote at the top of a selected Penultimate page to send it into Evernote.
Likewise, go to the notebook view and select a page and follow the same process to send the full notebook to Evernote. The Penultimate/Evernote integration sends a JPG version of the notebook or selected page not a PDF version like in my previous email workaround.
Have you tried out the new new Penultimate/Evernote integration?