Available today, Together 3.7 for Mac adds support for the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar and Touch ID, along with other improvements. Together’s Evernote Importer has also been updated to improve performance and note conversion.
The Touch Bar is contextual, so what you can do depends on what has focus in the app. The defaults are pretty lean, but customizing the Touch Bar will reveal many more possibilities:
Across the app you can create new items, import files, and search the library. When searching, you can adjust the search scope and criteria.
In the sidebar you can switch between Groups and Tags. When the groups are visible you can add groups and folders, and quickly view the All Items group, Inbox, Last Import group, Favorite Items group and favorite groups.
In Tags view you can find tags, add tag bundles and labels and quickly view the Untagged group.
In the item list you can switch between the list and thumbnails views, change how the list is sorted and resize the thumbnails. You can also tag, label, rate, share, favorite, Quick Look, open, and remove items, and view or decrypt encrypted items with Touch ID.
When editing text items such as notes and rich text files, you’ll be able to format that text. When viewing encrypted items you can use Touch ID to authenticate, and when the cursor is in any of the mini info fields you can tag, label, rate, favorite, share and encrypt the current item.
The Tags column in the Landscape list has been changed to show tags as just text instead of tokens, exported notes and rich text files will have any comments preserved in the file, it’s now possible to remove a library from iCloud without opening it, and there are other minor fixes and improvements. For a full list of changes, see the release notes.
Together’s Evernote Importer has been largely rewritten to address shortcomings in the previous version, and improve note conversion.
Notes that are web clippings will now be converted into web archives, which helps preserve their original layout and appearance, and checklists in notes will be converted to similarly representative bulleted lists. As before, notes that contain a single file and no text are imported as standalone files, rather than notes with attachments.
Performance has been improved and importing larger notebooks is no longer an issue. Each notebook is now imported into a folder in Together, which removes the need for the importer to make note filenames unique when one notebook contains a note with the same name as a note in another notebook.
Together 3.7 is available today from this site and the Mac App Store, and requires macOS 10.12. Version 3.7 is a free upgrade for all Together 3 users and a fully functional 15-day trial is also available for download from this site.