Reflect makes it easy to remember the important stuff in your Evernote account
Review, rethink, reflect Using simple and effective flashcards, Reflect regularly reminds you what you’ve saved. The more you review, the more you remember. This learning technique trains your memory to absorb information on a deeper level, to be recalled and used at any time. Some call it spaced repetition — we call it reflection. Take your pile of ever-growing notes stored in the cloud, and let Reflect turn it into an archive of knowledge stored in your mind. Use Reflect for memorising clippings from your e-books, reviewing lecture notes, keeping ideas and thoughts fresh in your mind. Enjoy Reflect on desktop, tablet and smart phone, 24/7. Evernote may be your digital memory, brilliantly storing your thoughts, ideas, notes and clippings. But what if you don’t regularly review and reflect on the important stuff? It gets lost, buried under new notes, or forgotten in a rarely visited corner of your mind. Reflect helps you memorise and reflect on your notes, by scheduling regular flashcards reviews of what you’ve saved in Evernote. Call it the “eat little and often” approach to learning and reflection. When you take smaller bites, at regular intervals, you digest things easier. Reflect in any place, at any time Reflect works on any device — mobile, tablet or desktop. Got a spare 5 minutes? Just launch Reflect and away you go. Find hidden treasure Reflect races through your archive and presents your notes to you. Rediscover the hidden value of your Evernote account. Stress-free learning Use filters to choose the schedule and frequency of flashcard reviews and notifications. Perhaps during morning coffee? Or after dinner? To use this extension you need a free Reflect account. You will be shown instructions after you have completed the installation. Are you an Amazon Kindle user? We have partnered with the very useful Clippings.io which lets you organize the notes you make on your Kindle and exports them to Evernote. Visit http://www.clippings.io
- (2019-06-08) ED Wilson: I've been using this app on and off for some time now. Very happy with it and it does what I need it to do. Over the past year or so, there have been improvements which have vastly improved it. Whenever I have needed tech support, the developer has always been prompt to respond and really helpful. Great app and really should be promoted more by the Evernote brand. Keep up the good work!
- (2019-03-04) James Tsai: 很棒的應用程式,可以充份利用Evernote記事本的資料.
- (2018-10-06) Alex Hogan: I quite like the functionality when it works. Right now the app crashes on my iPhone and the desktop extension has signed out and I lost the password. The password reset site seems to work but I never receive the reset email. I hope it gets fixed soon! I do love it!
- (2018-02-06) Vincenzo Cumbo: Great idea, but still raw. Unforunately, i never seems tobe upgraded.
- (2017-11-11) magic tricks m: Do not support yinxiangbiji
- (2017-09-18) Plaid - Jenn - Ramsey: I am so dissapointed - I never even got to use this (looked so promising!) but I can't handle the pop up asking me to sign up for an account EVERY 5 MINUTES even though it drove me mad enough to make an account -- but it STILL is asking me to sign up for one. THere's no link to settings, there's no way to get it to STOP. I can't deal with this every 5 minutes for the 8+ hours on the computer a day. !!!
- (2017-04-15) Taija Mertanen: Reflect shows a lot of promise. The basic functionality works well for what it is; flash cards created from your Evernote which can be scheduled. If it continues to be developed, it could be useful in many ways. I would love to use this to handily go over my old notes, checklists, links and such, and deal with them appropriately without having to leave the site. I've personally been pretty active in Reflect's feedback and suggestion forum, because I would really love to see this reach its full potential and there are many ideas. The response to the userbase's feedback could be faster and clearer, in some ways. The development of such small projects understandably takes a long time, but it helps to know it's still going and keeps the users active. Still, all in all, I think the team behind Reflect has shown that they care about improving their product, so my rating could easily rise more as we get more functions and a more polished experience.
- (2016-01-07) Aaron Deskins: Great way to review all those notes in Evernote. Great service.
- (2015-10-25) Rendt Gorter: Good concept, in fact just what I was looking for. But without being able to pace the timing, and to flow new clippings into the stream, it becomes a one-off wonder. Please fine tune to make it usable. Thanks.
- (2015-05-07) Nimrod García A.: Excelente forma de mantener actualizada y depurada la información recolectada en Evernote.
- (2015-04-11) Brad Mills: I'm 30 behind, and having 30 popups come at me every hour is super annoying. I'd rather delete the app than deal with these popups. Reflect seemed like a cool app, but it's become a chore because it doesn't keep pace with me, it gets WAAAAAYYY ahead of me and then bothers me to catch up.
- (2015-03-10) Reflect is a tremendous aid, particularly if you're a writer or researcher constantly collecting information on a variety of topics. It prompts you or inspires you to write a bit, to use a quotation you'd stored and forgotten. It lets you review your material to see what is out of date and needing to be deleted or updated. and it allows you to more closely refine and categorize your your material, a handful at a time, with tags or notations. To prune my 3600 collection of Evernote cards (and growing) is a daunting task. Reflect helps by doing a few at a time.
- (2015-02-02) Jim McGuire: This is an amazingly good idea! I really like it. I would give 5 stars if it had options to skip a day, or silence past due notifications. I'm sure it will in time.
- (2020-05-01, v:1.0.5) Kent Boone: reset password link is not working
How can I reset my password?
- (2015-08-17, v:1.0.5) Open with Evernote Account
Error 404 link. Does linking to Evernote account afford Reflect access to my data on Evernote? Is there a way to link without losing privacy? How do I set up an account wihtout linking to Evernote, then?