Evernote Moleskin, trying the new features
As a keen and long time Evernote user I was excited to read about the Evernote Moleskin notebooks which are to be made available soon (see video), but I didn’t want to wait until October to try it out, so I made my own Evernote paper based on the designs visible in the video.
As well as the paper, the Moleskin notebooks will also come with stickers which will act as Tags when the pages have been captured and added to Evernote. I’ve created my own image tag and tried it out, it seems to work well, so although the notebooks are not yet available, all the features seem to be available via the latest version of the iPhone app.
The page capture feature seems to work well for any documents, and any skew in the images are corrected for (by using edge detection I assume).
I’m not sure what advantage there is from the dotted grid pattern on the paper used in the Moleskin Notebook(see update below) but if you want to give it a try for yourself, here’s a PDF that uses my version of the grid pattern, print it out and give it a try.
According to a post over at the Evernote forum, the Moleskin Paper is only required to enable the Smart Stickers to work. (I assume the pattern allows the software to determine the size of the Smart Stickers)