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AutoCAD 360 and Evernote: A Mobile Match Made in Heaven
11:15 pm  .   January 6, 2014  .   admin

Wish you could quickly export notes to a simple bill of materials list that you can send to a supplier? Need to attach a screenshot of a drawing to some notes you’ve already made? Now you can do all of the above—and more—with the AutoCAD 360 mobile app integration with Evernote.

The AutoCAD 360 integration with Evernote enables you to:

  • Export Design Feed notes
  • Export drawing screenshots

Check out our video on how to export AutoCAD 360 Design Feed notes and screenshots to Evernote, or follow the step-by-step instructions below to learn how easy it is to use the AutoCAD 360 and Evernote integration.

 AutoCAD 360 and Evernote Integration

Before you begin, make sure you have both the AutoCAD 360 and Evernote apps downloaded on your smartphone or tablet. You can download Evernote here.

To connect AutoCAD 360 and Evernote

  1. Open AutoCAD 360 and click on the Sidebar menu in the upper left corner
  2. Under the Navigate tab, click Settings
  3. Scroll down to the Evernote settings and click Sign In
  4. You’ll be redirected to an Evernote Allow Account Access page; click Authorize

To export Design Feed notes to Evernote

  1. Open AutoCAD 360 and select the DWG file you would like to open
  2. Click the Design Feed icon in the top right corner (it looks like a folded newspaper)
  3. Once you’re in the Design Feed, click the gear-shaped Settings icon
  4. Click Export to Evernote and your notes for that drawing will be exported to Evernote

To export drawing screenshots to Evernote

  1. Open AutoCAD 360 and select the DWG file you would like to open
  2. Click the Share icon in the top right corner (it looks like a box with an arrow)
  3. Click the Evernote icon and your drawing screenshot will be exported to Evernote

With the Evernote and AutoCAD 360 integration, it’s easy to communicate effectively, get things done, and never forget a thing. Look out for more tricks and tips on using AutoCAD 360 in the near future!