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Also, if you EATags doesn’t work, you might want to check out this method used by another Evernoter using a local LaTeX application and shortcuts: Using LaTeX equations in Evernote (on Mac OS X). # Welcome to Marxico @(Sample notebook)Marxico Manual Markdown.Marxico. is a delicate Markdown editor for Evernote. With reliable storage and sync powered by Evernote,.Marxico. offers greate writing experience.Versatile. supporting code highlight,.LaTeX. & flow charts, inserting images & attachments by all means. Evernote Alternatives. Evernote works as a freemium note-taking service compatible with many device form factors and operating systems, from availability on Windows, macOS, and Linux, to an app available on the App Store and the Google Play Store. I use LaTeX for note taking in an indirect way: I use emacs org mode for note taking. It has a very rich and configurable LaTeX export. So I am able to keep my notes in org mode and export them from time to time or I can export and finalize it in LaTeX, e. For writing a paper. I have been looking for alternatives for over a year and while they handle LaTeX math expressions, they always lack in multiple areas that Evernote already covers. Evernote is only missing this one feature for me and I hope that KaTeX in the new editor will happen.

20 Mar 2016

TLDR: I will show you how to convert LaTeX snippets into nice equations in your Evernote notes

I started using Evernote as my digital brain to store all information I want to keep.As a statistician my research notes often contain complex equations and I am used to store those equations as LaTeX Code.

But there is no native support for LaTeX in Evernote, only a request on the official forum. There is an addon called eatags that is apparently able to understand LaTeX. But you have to register yourself to use it, which is why I did not give it a try.

Instead I found an easy way to render LaTeX code snippets into nice equations in your Evernote notes. At least if you are using Mac OS X ;-).

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First make sure you have LaTeXiT installed.It is part of the MacTex distribution so changes are good you already have it on your Mac.

Then we have to make sure that LaTeXit is exporting its pictures as png.This is necessary in order to insert the images into the free version of Evernote.So open LaTeXiT and change the export format of its pictures to .png:

Now we have to set the global shortcut.To do so, go to to your global system settings.Switch to the keyboard panel and under “services” select a keyboard shortcut to convert a selection of LaTeX code into a nice equation image.


As you can see in the upper screenshot, I picked “cmd + option + shift + L” as the shortcut.

Now are ready to use LaTeX equations in Evernote!

Just write your Evernote note as usual.Add some LaTeX Code to the note.Then if you want to convert a LaTeX equation into an image you just have to select the LaTeX snippet


and press your shortcut.LaTeXiT will remove the selection and insert an image of the equation into the note as seen in the next screenshot:

You do not even have to run LaTeXiT in the background.If it is not running, Mac OS X will start it for you.The formating (font size, borders etc.) of the equation can be set in LaTeXiT.

So enjoy those nicely formated equations in your Evernote notes.


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