Evernote and Google team up to show Drive-stored content directly inside your notes

Evernote and Google may be competitors when it comes to notes, but the two companies are burying the hatchet to bring some helpful cross-service integration to users with a foot in both worlds.

Starting today, any Google Drive content you add to an Evernote notebook will appear as rich content with thumbnail previews, rather than simple hyperlinks—meaning you’ll be able to browse and use your Drive-stored content without ever needing to leave Evernote’s confines. Evernote’s also getting a Google Drive button that lets you search for cloud-stored files to add from right inside your notes.

Any changes you make to files stored in your Google Drive will also be reflected in your Evernote notes. Handy-dandy!

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