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Considering the Creative Use of Evernote There’s been quite a bit of attention thrown the way of Evernote during the past few days. In the wake of the company’s acquisition of the stalwart iPad application Penultimate, bloggers and power users are debating Evernote’s strategic trajectory . If a large-scale acquisition wasn’t enough, Evernote simultaneously released major updates to their Mac and iOS applications. I use Evernote for all sorts of things. I store everything from expense receipts and official business documents to restaurant menus and meeting notes.
My evernote set up My friends know I’m a big Evernote geek, and one of them recently asked me about my use of it. She actually introduced me to the company, but it is always helpful to have another person’s perspective on integrating a tool into your life. If you don’t know Evernote , be sure to give it a try. It is a note taking tool on the surface, somewhat like Microsoft’s OneNote . The big difference is that you can use it on multiple devices (like iPhone, PC, Blackberry).
Cheat Sheet Increase productivity with Evernote software; it's an easy and efficient way to organize your home, work, or school life. Regardless of the computer or portable device you use, whether Windows or Mac, Evernote enables you to turn text, pictures, audio messages, checklists, scanned documents, and just about anything else you can imagine into stored notes. Evernote's Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows PCs Evernote handily organizes your information, but you can do it even faster with keyboard shortcuts. Here are some basic Evernote shortcut keys to speed up your organization.
I’ve been using Evernote for two years and I’m a believer. It’s changed the way I work and has helped me go paperless in my office. If some of you started using it, it would revolutionize the way you get things done too. If you do a Google search for Evernote, you’ll find a ton of tricks, tools and hints for making the most of it. However, you’ll also find yourself lost – especially if you’re a newbie. Here’s my attempt at Evernote for Dummies: Kidmin Edition.
T his is a guest post written by Claudine Motto, who is a business coach, productivity consultant, and owner of Business in Blossom . She works with women entrepreneurs who want better control of their time, their work, and themselves so they can create more success, flow and joy in their business and in their lives. When she’s not working, much of her joy comes from good coffee, good food, good wine, her husband and two cats.
Posted on 24 April 2012 Now that I’ve described the tools I use to go paperless , discussed my process for spending 10 minutes/day going digital , and talked about ways to secure and protect your digital file cabinet , I thought it would be useful for some practical tips that makes use of some or all of the above. And I think I’ve got a good one to start with. One of the first things I did upon going paperless was to get rid of the stack of instruction manuals I’d accumulated over the years.
Posted on 03 April 2012 This is the first post in my new series of weekly tips on going paperless. These tips are based on my own experience and what has worked best for me. If you are interested in finding out why I went paperless in the first place, you can read about it here .
Take a photo of your contacts measurements and save them to your personal notebook. Makes ordering your next pair easier. Take a photo of the page you are reading in a book and use @evernote to make your notes, keeping your book pages clean keep your web bookmarks in Evernote, then add screenshots to help kick start your memory when looking for a useful website. Write down coupon codes into a note and continue to add to them when you find them, this makes saving money a lot easier Make a list of movies that you want to watch on a relaxful weekend with your loved one(s) Save your blood type in a note which would come in handy if you get hurt or need to know.
Evernote provides a cloud-based note taking and clipping service that lets you store information for access from any Web-connected device. Tips for using Evernote are routinely shared on Twitter (just search #evernotetip). Unfortunately, amidst all the clever suggestions for using Evernote are several very risky tips. The problem: the only thing separating your Evernote collection from prying eyes is a username and password.
This year I went "paperless" and in my efforts to do so upgraded to a HP Photosmart D110A Wireless All-in-one printer. I previously had a Lexmark model but its drivers and wireless capabilities did not work well with all my devices. HP Photosmart D110A has its own color LCD screen and a bunch of extras for a good price I even got mine on sale at half price.
Last week, I facilitated a live variation of my virtual “ Coffee Talk ” and Meetup about Evernote . I am asked about this awesome product a lot, and recommend it to clients on a regular basis. For solopreneurs, this is one of the most powerful information organization tools available. I am a user, and the “ Organization Ambassador “. They really should include “Evangelist” in that title. ;)
Now you can send your tweets directly into Evernote. Why is this cool? Because Twitter is chock-full of great stuff .
Advertisement Evernote is a free tool for your computer, cell phone, iPhone and online that allows you to collect and store information from just about anywhere and access it from just about everywhere. Your information is synced across platforms, too. It is easy to look at Evernote and wonder, “What am I going to do with all of this white space!” But, I believe if you think of Evernote like a regular notebook, you can make great use of it and begin to improve your life. Let’s find out the best ways to use Evernote to get the most out of it.