As a primary or secondary user, you will have access to three gadgets. You’ll find one that gives you quick access to all the notes you’ve added recently. You’ll also see notes that Evernote thinks you’ll want to return to, even if you haven’t visited them in a while. The two main gadgets function as a scratch pad where you can quickly record distracted thoughts and a place where Evernote will collect all your recently saved web videos, images, documents, audio files and emails.
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In addition, first-class and business users can customize the dashboard by rearranging and removing any of the included widgets, as well as resizing them as they see fit. They will also be able to add a custom background, either one they uploaded themselves or selected from one of the preloaded options.
Evernote plans to release the Home update for Mac, Windows and web users in the next few weeks. The feature will switch to iOS and Android devices later.