Everyone knows I geek out when it comes to new technology. But sometimes old tech is the best tech, and that goes for taking notes. Last fall information guru Clay Shirky banned the use of laptops and other digital devices in his NYU classroom. It remains a controversial move. Not only students, but even other […]
Evernote is one of those rare apps I can’t seem to outgrow. I am always finding new uses for it. In this post, I share twelve ways to use Evernote you might find useful, and perhaps, even surprising.
If you want to get the maximum benefit out of Evernote, you need to establish a solid structure using stacks, notebooks, and tags. Here is how I do it.
Yesterday, someone asked me if I had a list of all my blog posts I’d written on this topic. So I decided to pull together this list of all my posts, to make it easier for those who want to get up-to-speed fast.
When I have a question about Evernote or want to learn about a new feature, I go to one of the following seven resources.
Someone once said, “My memory is perfect. It’s my recall that is broken.“ With Evernote, if you understand these basic search techniques, even your recall can be perfect.
A few weeks ago, I started using as my primary “blogging workbench.” This has proven to be a remarkably robust solution. Here are the six steps in my workflow.
When you rely so heavily on a software system like Evernote, some people rightly ask, “But is my data safe?” Here are six reasons why I think it is.
Evernote is so deep and feature-rich that new users hardly know where to start. It can be intimidating. Here are ten simple tools for getting your stuff into Evernote.
Thanks to Evernote, I have been able to go completely paperless in my office. Here’s how I used a Fujitsu ScanSnap scanner with Evernote to make it happen.
There are a number of ways to get your content into Evernote. However, the most useful one for me is the email-to-Evernote feature. Here are five steps for getting started.
I have recently developed a new workflow that utilizes the best of paper-based and digital technologies. Here is how I am currently processing my meeting notes, using a traditional paper notebook and Evernote.