Evernote is geared more toward note taking than creating complex documents, so its text features are understandably spare. Both Evernote and Dropbox Paper make it easy to add images to a document. Dropbox Paper doesn’t support any image editing, so you need to do it in a third-party app before you add the photo to your document. In Paper, you can add rich content to your document just by pasting a link to the file. Sharing notes works similarly in Evernote and Dropbox Paper.
- Both Evernote and Dropbox Paper make it easy to add images to a document. In either program, you can simply drag photos from your desktop or hard drive into the document body.
- Both Evernote and Paper support a variety of rich media, though which types and how you add them differs.
- Creative collaboration is Paper’s marquee feature, and it provides a variety of ways to work effectively with others in real time. You can make any content immediately visible and accessible to a specific collaborator
“Dropbox and Evernote have frequently been pitted against each other over the years. It’s never really been a fair comparison. Dropbox, essentially just a big storage box for your files, could never compete with Evernote’s document-creation and organizational capabilities.”