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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.
As you well know by now,Evernote's all about storing anything and everything. Well the most popular type of note you're going to create in your Evernote notebooks is probably the text note. And that's where we're going to begin, creating a new note. Now, what I'd like to do is switch to the notebook where I want that note to go. You can do this or you can choose from the drop-down button a notebook where you'd like it to go. Notice we have our current notebook, we also have our default notebook and any recent notebooks you visited. You can also go to the file menu from here, choose new note, it'll go to the notebook you're looking at.
If you use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+N, same thing. And they're different types of notes you can create, like a Facetime camera note, audio notes as well, and they will go to the notebook you're looking at. So let's switch notebooks first. We'll go up to the drop-down here in the snippet list and switch to our User Conference 2013 notebook. We don't have any notes in there yet. Now, if we were to use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+N, we'd create a new note in this notebook. Also, you'll see that is the default button up here on the toolbar ow and if we want to choose a different notebook we could.
And from the File menu choosing New Note will do the same thing, creating new note in our User Conference 2013 notebook. So however you want to do it, go ahead and click, and you'll have your first untitled note waiting for a title, you'll see in the snippet view, today. And that date will always appear under the title of your note, which we haven't given yet, and a reminder of the notebook where it's going. So let's type in a title, Get Productive - Things To Remember. Right, that's just the title, and when we click down below this will be the content. Look what's happening in our snippet list, the title now appears. Alright, down below we'll type in some things.
For example, prioritize items. You'll notice that's starting to show up here but there's no save button for saving your notes. They're saved on the fly. When you hit Return you can continue typing. I'm going to type in a few things like leave at a specific time plan phone calls you can type in whatever you want as you type in this content notice it begins to appear here in the snippet list as well. Now, of course there's a number of things we can do with this text note there's a formatting toolbar for changing the font size.
And some of the attributes we'll get into all of that as we move through the various movies in this chapter. For now though, you have your first new note a text note the most popular type of note you're going to create here in Evernote.
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