As we already know, Evernote is a fantastic tool to create and organize our own notes, in which we can include different contents that facilitate their context, whether they are illustrations, photographs, or even documents, among other options.
In this sense, Google and Evernote have partnered to allow the integration of files hosted on Google Drive, Google's file storage service, in the notes created in Evernote, thus avoiding having to include web links that point to these files.In addition, users will be able to search for the files they have available in Google Drive directly from Evernote, thus avoiding having to switch between applications, and the changes that are made in those files in Google Drive that have been integrated in the notes in Evernote are saved. They will also be reflected in these notes thanks to their synchronization capacity.
Users who have integrated their Google Drive files into their notes in Evernote will see their thumbnail preview.
Lastly, an icon has been included in the Evernote toolbar to enable users to go directly to Google Drive. These new features are available in beta both on the web through Chrome and in the Evernote app for Android.
For more information, the corresponding support page is available, from where they offer all the details in this regard.