Sharing with Evernote
Clarify can export your documents to Evernote. The Evernote integration is unique amongst other services that Clarify exports to in that the Clarify source file will be stored with the note that is created in Evernote. This allows you or your team to modify the note from within Clarify at a later date without having to search for the source file.
Authorize Clarify to access Evernote
If, after clicking the Allow button on the Dropbox or Evernote site, Clarify does not create the sharing account it may be because another application is listening on the same PORT on your computer (currently Clarify uses port 9999).
We have had one report of Clarify not being able to finish creating an account if Extensis Portfolio is running. If you quit Extensis Portfolio you should be able to create the sharing account. After you have created the sharing account you can run Extensis Portfolio and Clarify together without any issues.
Exporting to Evernote
Select a notebook
In the Evernote export dialog you can specify the name of the note as well as which notebook to store the note in. You will see both personal and business notebooks listed and you can create the note in either type.
Once you have selected a notebook click the Save button. Clarify will create the note in Evernote and attach the Clarify source document to the end of the note.
Note: If you export the Clarify document to Evernote again you will have the option of moving the note to a different notebook. You will not be able to move a note from a business notebook to a personal notebook or vice versa.
The Clarify source document
The note in Evernote
If you sync your Evernote desktop client you will see your note appear. Any tags you assigned to your Clarify document will be assigned as a tag in Evernote.
The source document appears at the end of the note.