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Harness the power of Evernote for Mac, a popular cloud note-taking and note-sharing tool. This course begins with a look at ways Evernote can help you note and track important items and then build and work with notes and collect notebooks for sharing. Author David Rivers also shows how to take and store photos, screenshots, and even video in notebooks. Plus, the powerful tagging and search features help keep your notes organized and accessible. The course also covers the notebook sharing and protection features, so your privacy is maintained at all times.
On occasion, you might be working in another app, maybe viewing a document, for example, and you see content you'd like to send to Evernote. You don't even have to be running Evernote to do this, and we're going to work with this file called TravelPoster.pdf, another PDF file that will open up in Preview. Now, let's say we're not even running Evernote although its running in the background. It doesn't matter. When you go up to the top right corner on the Menu bar, no matter what app your running, you'll find that Elephant icon that we talked about in an earlier movie. Well, using this, we can then choose what we would like to capture and send it to Evernote, let's click the icon.
You'll notice first of all, some instructions here, you can type or drag files into this area if you wanted to create a new note from that. Or, there are some icons across the top. The first one is to click Fullscreen, so everything you see onscreen would be stored and sent to Evernote. The next option allows you to click a rectangle or a window. And then, if we wanted to, we could also start or stop recording audio that would go into a note. But I'm going to go to this middle one here to click a rectangle, give it a click, and now you have cross-hairs for a mouse.
Let's go into our poster now, and we'll start in the top left corner. We'll click and drag across and down to get all the way down to the end of From Desert to Sea. And when you do that, notice a thumbnail representation of what you've captured shows up in this balloon. And all we need to do to get it into an Evernote notebook is to click save to Evernote just like that. And as I mentioned, we may not even be running Evernote at this point. But when we launch Evernote, we can switch over to it now. If you go to your default notebook, that's where you'll find it. Click notebooks, find your default notebook.
If you were like me and created one called Inbox, that's where it's going to be. So, we'll double-click that, sure enough there's an untitled quick note there. We can click in the title area and type something different, such as Travel Poster Info, and take out untitled quick note. Press Enter or Return to lock that in, and now we have our new note. But it's in our default notebook. It doesn't belong there. Let's go to the Snippet view here, right-click and you can go down to Move to Notebook and Choose a Notebook where it belongs.
User Conference 2013, for example. That moves it there. Now, we could switch notebooks from the drop down. Let's go to User Conference 2013. There it is at the top Travel Poster Info. And that's all. Thanks to this little icon in the top right hand corner that allows you to capture things when you see them and send them directly to Evernote.
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