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Dear Lifehacker, It seems like everyone is always raving about Evernote, but I don't really understand its appeal. Isn't it just a notes app that other apps do better or simpler? What's makes Evernote so great? Signed, Just don't get it Dear Just, You're not alone. I think the world might be divided into two groups: Those who love Evernote and those who don't (or, at least, don't understand why so many people love Evernote).
I like taking notes. Do you too? Then you will love Evernote . I use Evernote everyday to save my random thoughts, to do lists, training & seminar notes, trading journal, draft blogs, passwords etc. I also save articles and photos I clipped off from the Internet.
I love Evernote . And I love Launchy . But it turns out that combining the two was more difficult than I expected. All I wanted was a way to add a new note to Evernote from Launchy without having to open up Evernote’s whole interface and do all sorts of clicking and such. After a bunch of digging, and a little bit of scripting, I finally created a way to do it.
Do you use Evernote on the go and have untagged notes? I use Evernote to clip interesting articles I find on the web and to manage my todo lists, thoughts, and drafts. One nice feature of Evernote is that you can just create a new note and forget, and search for it by content and title later. Inadvertently this means I end up with a lot of notes that are untagged and in my default notebook. Once in a while I like to clean up my notes, which includes tagging & categorizing them.
Ah, the dreaded 404 Error - page not found. I'm sorry you had to see this. You probably clicked on a link or a (missing) photo, expecting to see something else, and found this annoying message, right? Unfortunately, when I moved my blog in October 2012 - 6 years' work and 1,800 articles - it didn't go as smoothly as I had planned, and I lost quite a bit of the images, which is why you're on this page. I'm rebuilding them as I find them, but in the meantime you're welcome to hit the HOME link above, browse the sidebars for anything interesting, or to search for whatever topic might be on your mind. Thank you.
For past hour and a half I was going through my tag horrors. I never paid strict attention to tags, but as my Notebooks became to small for my needs, I was urged to move forward with tags. I am still using Notebooks to organize my notes, but tags are way more useful.
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I always did like those posts that list a bunch of apps and tools I’d never heard of. I’ve found some really great apps that way. But no one’s ever bothered to offer us one of those “check these out!”
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It's hard to nail down the best note-taker, since they're all so different, but since our goal is to find a fast, light, text-driven note syncer, we've fallen in love with the easy to use, Simplenote-syncing ResophNotes for Windows.
Click to view A new school year is just around the corner, but this semester you're looking for a safer way to enhance your brainpower than getting all hopped up on caffeine pills Jessie Spano-style.
Peek 2.0 Gets Quizzes from Martha Stewart, 7×7 and More. Plus, Improved Organization and New Language Support « Evernote BlogcastOur iPad 2 smart cover app, Peek, gets a fun update today. We’ve added loads of new content from notable publishers, including Martha Stewart Living and 7×7 Magazine. We also made the app available in many languages and improved notebook organization.
Update: Brett continues to receive a ridiculously positive response to this article. He has since authored the first book on Evernote called Evernote Essentials.