Share Anything You Save to Your Website

Share Anything You Save to Your Blog is one of our favorite publishing tools, effortlessly transforming the services you already use – like Evernote and Dropbox – into platforms that can fuel your blog or website. Today, we’re thrilled to announce that and Pocket have partnered together to let you quickly and automatically share the content you’ve saved to any of your sites on

Here are some fantastic ways you can use and Pocket together:

  • Publish a public collection of the favorite articles, videos, and web pages you’ve saved to Pocket to share with friends and family.
  • Showcase your interests and expertise by posting articles and videos you’ve saved to Pocket alongside the ideas, notes, and thoughts you’ve typed up in Evernote.
  • Share resources and relevant reading material alongside group documents from Dropbox with your team, classroom, or organization.

Here’s how to get started with and Pocket:

Step 1: If you’re new to, simply head to and create your first site.

Step 2: Click the pencil button to edit your site, and then click Sources in the top toolbar. Pencil Button


Step 3: Select Pocket as one of your sources, and choose a special tag that will be used by to publish content from Pocket. This could be anything from “published,” to “,” to the very topic of your site. You can also connect your Evernote and Dropbox accounts while you’re at it!

Select Your Sources in

Step 4: After connecting Pocket and creating a tag, just assign this tag to any item in Pocket. These items will be automatically published on your site within minutes!

You can also find these instructions in our Help Center:

Your site can be personalized by selecting a new theme, adding Disqus comments, and giving your site a custom domain name. Here’s a great example of a site powered by Pocket:

We’re really excited to join Dropbox and Evernote as part of’s exceptional suite of services, and give you the ability to publicly share and publish the content you’ve saved to Pocket.

Team Pocket

Get Started with and Pocket