A viewer wrote about her frustration that when she opens Evernote, that notes have been duplicated and some are marked as ‘conflicting notes.’ Today, we explain what is going on.
Evernote has announced yet another new feature. You are now able to link your Google calendar to Evernote. This video will show you how.
Evernote is not only ideal for taking notes about your projects and clients, but you can also share them with others.
If you aren’t using a client management system, Evernote can provide some of the basic features to track what people need and the work you are doing with them.
Dave Edwards answers viewers questions about how to use Evernote.
In addition to being a powerful notetaking tool, you can record audio into your notes that will improve your ability to remember details of a lecture or items discussed in a meeting.
Evernote can be a great help in keeping track of your notes, records, and ideas. On this episode, we look at how you can manipulate, move, combine, and export notes.
Evernote has now made it simple to move files from your desktop into its app. That makes it easier when you want files in both places. Dave Edwards shares how you can set up the system.
Evernote has just introduced a new feature that is likely to make the program even more valuable. It has now added a ‘task’ system that may replace your current task management system. Let’s take it for a test drive.
So far in this series, I’ve mostly concentrated on the technical aspects of downloading, setting up, and using Evernote to keep you better organized. But let’s look at some of the things I keep in Evernote that might give you ideas on how to use it too.
When you find an article online that you want to keep, you can bookmark it, print it or take a screenshot. But with Evernote there is a powerful tool that allows you to clip any webpage or highlight a portion of it so that it is readily available to you….and searchable. Today, as we continue our series on Evernote tips and tricks……we look at the Evernote Web Clipper.
We continue our series looking at the productivity app, Evernote. Among the many helpful things built into Evernote is its tagging system. It allows you to quickly bring up any collection of notes that you need long after you’ve entered a note into your system.
Today we continue our periodic series on the popular Evernote productivity app. Following a significant rebuild of Evernote, the company has now added a new “Home” screen that functions as your productivity dashboard. Here’s a look at how it works as well as some ideas on how you can increase its functionality.
If you are looking for a digital system to track your projects and clients, I’d like to show you how I use Evernote. It has also helped me reduce the amount of paperwork I need to keep.
Continuing our series on how you can use Evernote to be more productive, we explore setting up notes and tags. Plus important emails.