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Lindsey C. Holmes, Evernote Small Business Ambassador Shares Her Business and Marketing Tips « Evernote Blogcast We’ve heard from many of our small business users that Evernote is an invaluable tool for keeping track of ideas, projects, and to collaborate with teammates. Today, we’re excited to announce our newest Ambassador, who will be sharing her tips for using Evernote in a small business setting. To kick things off, we’re handing the mic over to Lindsey C. Holmes. For those of you attending SXSW this year, check out the meetup Lindsey is hosting in Austin! Lindsey C. Holmes, Evernote Small Business Ambassador Shares Her Business and Marketing Tips « Evernote Blogcast
Evernote can store many different types of content, and the most common is simple text; whether it's a note you write to yourself, a portion of a web page that you'd like to save or an email you've received that you want to remember, Evernote knows how to handle it. With that in mind, let's create your first note. It's as simple as that. If you like, you can style the text by changing the font, increasing or decreasing the size or changing the color. You can also bold, italicize or underline the text — all of these options are available in the toolbar above the note body. Once you're finished typing your note, you don't need to do anything else. Getting started with Evernote Getting started with Evernote
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Evernote Web Clipper

Web Clipper is the best way to remember all of the great stuff you see online. Forget about bookmarks and open tabs, save the actual web page to Evernote - text, links, images and all with a few clicks. Sending clips to Web features: • Article clips - Click the extension when viewing a blog or news site, and it will automatically save the whole article. • Selection clips - Highlight the text, links and images that you want to save, then click the extension. Evernote Web Clipper
Emailing Into Evernote Just Got Better « Evernote Blogcast Emailing Into Evernote Just Got Better « Evernote Blogcast Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 16 Mar 2010 Comment One of the many ways to get stuff into your Evernote account is by sending notes to your personal Evernote email address.