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A Complete Getting Started Guide for Evernote

A Complete Getting Started Guide for Evernote
You’ve probably already heard about how amazing Evernote is. It can handle just about anything you can throw at it. Your data is with you wherever you go, thanks to the Evernote mobile apps that run on just about every platform and device on the market. You can snap a photo of a wine label or a street sign and search for the text within the image! (I’m still blown away by that feature after all these years.) That’s all fine and good — you already knew all of that anyway. You and Evernote each have a problem: Evernote’s problem: it’s a blank canvas, an empty sheet of paper. Your problem: you’ve heard the hype and you want to get started with this earth-shattering product, but you don’t want to spend hours upon weekends learning not only how to use it, but the best ways to use it. Friend, you’ve come to right place — because I’ve got the answer to both questions. Evernote Essentials: The Definitive Getting Started Guide for Evernote Hi, I’m Brett. Did I mention I work for Evernote? Glad you asked. Related:  work20Notes/Publishing

How to Get Your Kindle Highlights into Evernote When I read anything, I mark it up. Margin notes, circles, and, most of all, highlights. In fact, I buy highlighters by the box. Or at least I did, until I started reading so much on my Kindle. Amazon Kindle for Mac, Displaying Do the Work by Steven Pressfield Now I use the Highlighter feature of the Kindle to mark passages. I only wish that I could store all these notes and highlights in Evernote, which has become my digital brain. If you are just getting started with Evernote, I suggest that you buy Brett Kelly’s remarkably practical e-book, Evernote Essentials, 4.0. Create your highlights as usual. It will narrow the display to notes and highlights for a specific book, once you select one. Select the appropriate book. Copy and paste your highlights to other applications as needed. If you are disciplined about this, you can have near-instant access to all your book notes and highlights in Evernote.

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Flavors.me : The Digital You Evernote User Forum 7 Evernote Resources You May Not Know About When it comes to Evernote, I am a hopeless fanboy. It has become an indispensable part of my productivity tool box. I use it as much as I use email or my calendar. While it is easy enough to get started with Evernote, it is a program that is incredibly deep and rich. For example, last week I discovered that I can share a note with others by creating a “shared note URL.” Because I have written a number of posts on Evernote, people assume I know more than I do. Here are seven Evernote resources you may not know about: The Evernote Essentials e-Book. This should get you started. Questions: What else should I cover in my blog posts about Evernote? Want to launch your own blog or upgrade to self-hosted WordPress?

How to Use Evernote as a Blogger A few weeks ago, I started using Evernote as my primary “blogging workbench.” It is where I store blog post ideas, collect various post components, and then write the post itself. This has proven to be a robust solution that enables me to be working on several posts simultaneously. I thought I would share my workflow with you. Yours will be different, I’m sure. If you are just getting started with Evernote, I suggest that you buy Brett Kelly’s remarkably practical e-book, Evernote Essentials, 4.0. My go through the following six steps in creating a new blog post. Set up a blogging template in Evernote. Schedule the post and review your work. Evernote has enabled me to be more productive in my blogging. or upgrade to a self-hosted WordPress blog?

Beast Mode Soccer - Beverly Hills Twitter Tips - TwiTip How to Organize Evernote for Maximum Efficiency Please note: The way I organize Evernote today is completely different than what I wrote here. You can find my updated methodology here. I have been using Evernote for months. However, I have not really taken time to explore the depth of this incredible program until just recently. I have mainly just used it for a place to store meeting notes and an occasional web clipping. Photo courtesy of ©iStockphoto.com/STEVECOLEccs However, thanks to Brett Kelly’s very helpful e-book, Evernote Essentials, the Evernote user forum, and a little experimentation, I have begun to see the incredible power of this digital repository. It all begins by establishing a solid organizational structure. If you are just getting started with Evernote, I suggest that you buy Brett Kelly’s remarkably practical e-book, Evernote Essentials, 4.0. First, let’s define some terms: Notebooks: These are collections of individual notes. Perhaps my current structure—which is still a work in process—will serve as an example.

Alternatives To Evernote – Best Apps To Write Notes, Thoughts As They Come Evernote has been a great tool to save our ideas, thing we like, things we hear, and things we see. Evernote works on PC, Mac, Linux, Mobile phones and what not. Works anywhere and easy to use. However, there are other such tools and if you are looking for similar apps, you could check out the following apps. Nevernote (Free and Open Source) This is an open source clone of Evernote. Zim (Free and Open Source) Zim is a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. SimpleNote (Free) Simplenote is an easy way to keep notes, lists, ideas, and more… Microsoft One Note (Commercial) Digital notebook from Microsoft. Tomboy Tomboy is a desktop note-taking application for Linux, Unix, Windows, and Mac OS X. Springpad Quickly and easily save ideas and information you want to remember and organize. WunderList Wunderlist is a completely free, easy-to-use task manager for iPhone, iPod, iPad, Mac, Windows, Android and your Browser.

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