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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.
If you've ever received information in an email that you wanted to keep, again, because you have an EverNote account, you have a place to keep your Evernote notebooks. All you need to do with email messages is forward them to your Evernote email address, that's right. Anyone who signs up with Evernote gets their own unique Evernote email address. Wondering what it is? Well, here in the Mac, we just click the Evernote menu and go down to Account Info and select it. You'll see your unique email address that was assigned to you when you signed up for Evernote and a button to add it to the address book. Since the email address itself might be difficult to remember. I like adding it to the address book.
And then, I can simply forward it easily to this address without having to remember the full address. Another option is to select it, right-click and Copy it, and then paste it into an email program you might be using. I'm going to close this up. All right, let's switch to our email program now. And we'll find an email message that we might want to send to Evernote. Here's a piece of information about my trip to LAX for the User Conference. It's okay, that's something I need to keep. It would be good to store it with my other related notes in the User Conference 2013 notebook.
All I'm going to do is forward this. So, find your Forward button. And use that address. Now, if you're using your Mac email, then you have the address book if you've added it to your address book. If not, you can paste what you copied a moment ago. And then, down below, if you wanted to you could adjust the message. I don't need all of this header content, I'm going to take it out. That's all I need down below. And I'm ready to send it off. Now, that gets sent, guess where? To your default notebook, whatever notebook you've assigned as your default. So, we'll switch back to Evernote now, and from here, we'll go to our default notebook.
Mine is called Inbox. If we don't see it we may need to manually sync things up. If a sync hasn't happened recently this is going to show us everything that's been uploaded, including the email message we forwarded. There it is. Beautiful. I'm going to right-click this because it belongs in a different notebook. From this pop up menu, I can go to Move to Notebook and choose User Conference 2013. As easy as that. We'll click the drop-down and switch to the User Conference 2013 notebook. And there it is at the top.
Beautiful. That's all. Thanks to a unique email address that's assigned to you when you signed up for Evernote. Making it easy to forward email messages you want to keep.
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