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10 Tricks to Make Yourself an Evernote Master

10 Tricks to Make Yourself an Evernote Master

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20 Tips Every Evernote User Must Know It's the ultimate digital repository. But what are the tips and tricks that will make you an Evernote master? We've got them here for you. You've probably heard of Evernote. Some call it a note-taking service, or an organization tool, or an archiving platform, but none of those terms are enough to convey just how much you can do with it. Evernote is, quite simply, an online spot to store anything and everything you might find of interest later. You can add to or access info on Evernote from the Web, full desktop programs for Windows and Macintosh, or via mobile devices with iPhone, iPad, Android, or Windows Phone. There's also an Evernote app for the Pebble Smartwatch, extensions for Web browsers, a handwriting and drawing app, even hardware that makes it especially helpful to input new info to Evernote, including a special scanner. And that's just the obvious stuff. All those interface awards and extra tools are great, but they don't spell out just how to use Evernote.

How to Use Tags to Organize Evernote The power of Evernote is that there is no right or wrong way to use it. From audio notes to websites, it’s the perfect place to capture and store the content you need to be productive. The question we get from many users is how to organize the material they bring into Evernote. From notebooks to tags, you have the option to decide your own personal classification system. Yesterday, we discovered a post on Medium that provides a clear example of how one user has successfully structured his Evernote account to help make the most impact in his work with an emphasis on tags. Thomas Honeyman is a student at the University of Southern California and co-founder of a music collaboration platform. Much like author Michael Hyatt, tags have become the engine that helps power the organizational success with how Thomas manages content in Evernote. Let’s take a look at the ways Thomas has used tags. Simplified notebook structure Tag hierarchy With notebooks, you can have stacks. Adding Tags in Evernote 1.

untitled How to Develop a Daily Writing Habit – Every 30 Days – Medium One of my New Year’s resolutions for 2014 was to write daily. I’m happy to report that I only missed a total of three days in 2014. I’m currently on a 250-day writing streak, and it’s become kind of addictive [edit: at 812 now, a year and a half later]. Here’s some of what I learned about cultivating a writing habit. Why write daily? The idea came from a book called The Artist’s Way (which admittedly I haven’t read — but I’ve heard it’s good). If you can get in the habit of writing daily, it will help clear your mind and get your ideas flowing for the rest of the day. I initially started writing every day because I eventually want to write a book, but it’s become so much more than that. As my friend Dev says, “Developing a daily writing practice is about deepening a conversation with oneself.” A really tangible benefit is that I’ve written way more blog posts since I’ve started writing every day. Figure out why you personally want to write more often. Pick some accountability metrics

3 Tips For Managing Your Next Project in Evernote Evernote is the workspace that supports your most ambitious projects, from kickoff to launch, and at every step between. Keeping track of all the moving parts is essential to maintaining progress, no matter the size of your undertaking. Whether it’s a client deliverable, research for a term paper, or the novel you’ve been writing, Evernote is the perfect place to do this, because it’s so much more than an everything bucket; it’s a hub where you can accomplish your best work. Learn how you can use notes and notebooks as a framework to plan and execute your initiatives and make even the most complicated projects more manageable. Capture each step in notes Start a new note to capture meeting minutes, get on track with a to-do list, or put together a proposal for the team. Organize work in notebooks Stay organized by making a project notebook to create a home for all your work on the topic. Connect with Work Chat Your best work doesn’t happen in a vacuum.

How to Email Content Into Evernote What will you accomplish in 2015? Throughout January, we’ll share our favorite Evernote tips, shortcuts, and tricks to make the most of your Evernote experience. Perfect for powering productivity, whether you work for yourself or on a team. Evernote + Email To fully succeed with Evernote, embrace your inner inbox hero. No matter your level of Evernote experience, the first step to taking advantage of productivity is by emailing content directly into your account. Here’s how to make the most of emailing into Evernote in two steps: 1. Find your Evernote email address inside your Account Info or Settings. Evernote for Windows: Click on Tools followed by Account Info. Evernote for Mac: Click on your username, then select Account Info. Evernote for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch: Tap your username to access your account Settings. Evernote for Android: Tap the Evernote menu, select Settings and scroll down until you see your Evernote email address. 2. Learn more

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