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I created this course because I receive more questions from viewers, friends and even family about Evernote than for any other topic!
Everyone wants to be more organized, more efficient and more together.
Evernote is the tool I use at the heart of my personal productivity system, and I have poured everything I know about Evernote into this course!
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By the end of the course you will have all the skills you need to use Evernote effectively
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Evernote Means You Always Know Where Your "Stuff" Is
knowing where to put everything
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Learning the Evernote Way
Evernote is unique, because it is not tied to a single device or place. It goes with you everywhere, and you can access it on all your devices.
Once you embrace Evernote as your digital partner, you will never wonder where you have stored a piece of information.
You will never have to say to someone, "I will get back to you on that."
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|Section 1: Day 1|
Welcome to Getting Started with Evernote 2.0Preview
What is Evernote?Preview
Don't Have an Account Yet?Preview
Account Types 6-30-16Preview
Getting Started with Evernote
|Section 2: Day 2|
Installing the Evernote Web Clipper
The Evernote Web Clipper
Evernote’s guide to the Web Clipper
Evernote Web Clipper in Mobile (Android)
Evernote Web Clipper in Mobile (iOS)
|Section 3: Day 3|
|Notes are the building blocks of Evernote, they can contain text, graphics, audio, or be containers for other data types. We look at the formatting options we have with Evernote.|
In this video:
|Screen capture directly into Evernote, with markup. OK, see you there|
While Tags are note really a part of collecting information, they are, or can be, a very important part of using Evernote. You may go through several phases learning to make the most effective use of tags.
In this video:
|Section 4: Day 4|
Mobile Evernote Introduction
Making Notes Available Offline
From Evernote Made Easy 1.0 - Voice to Text
|Section 5: Day 5|
Send an email into Evernote
To send an email into Evernote, open an email and click Forward. For the recipient, enter your Evernote email address.
The Subject line will become the title of the new note.
You can add special characters at the end of your subject line to control the destination notebook, add tags, or set a Reminder.
@Notebook: Notes will go into your default notebook unless you specify one using the at (@) symbol and notebook name, such as @travel. You do not need quotes if you have a space in the notebook title. For example, you would write @International Travel or @My Notebook.
#Tag: Add tags using the pound or hashtag (#) symbol, such as #manchester #england
!Reminder: Use the exclamation point (!) to set a Reminder. To add an alarm to the Reminder, add the word tomorrow, or a date with numeric year, month, day separated by slashes. For example: !, !tomorrow, !2013/06/24
Send your email and you'll see it appear as a note inside Evernote.
The standard is:
Email Subject: [Title of note] ![optional date for Reminder] @[notebook] #[tag]
Table of Contents and Linking Notes
Note History and Recovering Deleted Notes
|Section 6: Day 6|
Evernote Moleskin Notebook
Time and Date Stamp, Location Services
Scripting Services IFTT and Evernote
|Section 7: Day 7|
Sharing in Evernote
Sharing Notes in Evernote
Annotating Notes and PDF'S
|Section 8: Day 8|
Basic Evernote Search
More Evernote Search
Related Web Search
|Section 9: Day 9|
Backing Up Introduction
BackUp and Archiving Evernote Files
Encrypting Files and Security
How to Move Notes from One Notebook to Another
|Section 10: Day 10|
Page Layout and Formatting Options
Evernote for Presentations
Publishing Blogs with Evernote
|Section 11: BONUS STUFF|
Great blog article!
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