Never Forget Anything Ever Again by Using Evernote

by Stephanie Ward on December 21, 2012 · 4 comments

in Articles, Blog, Business Strategy, Organizing

What’s the big deal about Evernote? Watch this short video (less than 2 minutes) to find out. And did I mention it’s free?

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To help you get started with Evernote I’ve got three juicy resources for you.

1. A 50 second introduction video from Evernote.

2. A free manual about Evernote.

3. Free Evernote training on Grovo.

Share how you use Evernote in the comments section below. New to Evernote and have questions, fire away.

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1 Becky McCray December 23, 2012 at 9:06 pm

I love Evernote! I use it to collect blog post ideas, draft my posts, and to keep track of resources that I might right about in the future.

I also save articles that I may want to refer to in the future.

There’s a list of Places to Go, notes from conferences and events I’ve been to, quotes and tips.

When I’m researching a new purchase, I collect reviews and articles to help me make a better decision, too.

2 Stephanie Ward December 23, 2012 at 9:12 pm

Yay, another fan! Thank you for your tips about how you use Evernote Becky, extremely helpful. There are so many things you can use if for, endless opportunities.

3 Melanie Kissell November 21, 2014 at 5:27 pm

Wowzers! I took a peek at the Evernote manual, Stephanie, to discover you can create up to 250 notebooks. That’s amazing.

I’ve been using “Pocket” for quite a while to capture and store things I want to reference in the future and I really love it. But it doesn’t have near the number of features Evernote has. Thanks for the recommendation. I’m going to give it a whirl. I became aware of Evernote a long time ago but I’d forgotten about it. My memory has now been officially refreshed! ;-)

4 Stephanie Ward December 6, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Have fun with it and I’d love to know what you think once you’ve used it. Please keep me posted and thank you for your feedback!

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