Saving social network posts made easy. With Synaptive Streamnotes, you can easily save posts to popular save-to services Evernote, OneNote & Pocket. You can also save to Tumblr, Google Sheets, PDF and CSV!

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Save Social Network posts to the ever popular save-to app Evernote with Synaptive Streamnotes. Create a title, enter a tag or two, select a notebook to save to, click Save and you're all done.


If OneNote is more your thing, we have you covered. Our OneNote support in Streamnotes allows you to create a title, select a destination notebook, as well as take a snapshot of the web page the post you're saving is linked to.


Streamnotes has support for Pocket too! Saving and tagging links to Pocket is a breeze with Streamnotes.


Calling all tumblr users! Looking for an easy way to save Social Posts to your tumblr blog? Look no further than Synaptive Streamnotes. Add titles and tags, select destination blogs, it's all here.

Adobe PDF

Want to archive a post? Send a post to a colleague or friend? Make it easy, and create and download a PDF with Synaptive Streamnotes.


Want data only? Download a CSV file and import it into the application of your choice. It's quick and easy.



Save social network posts to the ever popular Evernote.


Save social network posts to Microsoft's OneNote.


Save your favorite social network links to Pocket.


Save social network posts to your Tumblr blogs.

Export to CSV

Export posts to CSV files.

Save as PDF

Save posts as Adobe PDF files.

Google Sheets (Coming soon!)

Save Social Network post data to Google Spreadsheets.

Add titles, tags

Add titles and tags to the posts you save for easy reference.

Web page snap shots (OneNote only)

Attach web page screenshots to items you save to OneNote.

Hootsuite native streams

Save from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube streams

Synaptive Streamview support

Save from our Streamview Twitter, Instagram and YouTube apps.

Hootsuite Syndicator support

Save items of interest from RSS feeds in our Syndicator app.