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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.
While Evernote is great all on its own, there are some apps that go very well with Evernote.. So let's take a look at some of them now and you can decide if you think any of them are right for you. Every new Evernote account gets this one note in your default notebook titled Getting Started. And if you look at this note over here on the right hand side and scroll towards the bottom, you'll find other products that work great together with Evernote, which we already have. We're going to start with Evernote Hello. If you're anything like me, you struggle with remembering names and contact info.
So if you interact with a lot of new faces, this can be a real hassle. Well, luckily, if you have a smart phone, like an iPhone or a Android phone, even an iPod Touch, Evernote Hello can save the day. It's powered by Evernote's cloud-based sync service and it makes it easy to remember who, what, when, where, how and even why you met someone. Tucking all of this information neatly away and organized in a sleek timeline. Now, Hello accesses a user's existing built-in contacts and address book but optionally also pulls data from LinkedIn or Facebook making it ideal for both business and personal use. In the latest version of Hello, you have the ability to scan business cards and instantly convert them to Hello contacts.
Now, it is a premium feature but it works beautifully with traditional business cards requiring some manual data entry with a card having a darker background. Another cool feature allows two Hello users to pair their iPhones using Audio Tones to instantly exchange profiles. Next, we have Evernote Food. If you're into collecting recipes, Evernote does a great job all by itself, but Evernote Food takes it to another level. Evernote Food 2.0 automatically finds any recipes you've saved in your Evernote notebooks, helps you find new ones on the web, discover great restaurants in your area and organize all of that information into one simple app.
It'll work on your Apple iPad iPhone iPod touch as well as Android devices. Next, we have Skitch. Skitch is a simple yet powerful collaboration tool for annotating images and it's available for Windows, Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android devices. With Skitch you can quickly capture, annotate, modify and share all kinds of images and sync them to your Evernote account so they're available to view, share and edit anywhere you have Skitch.
Next, is Evernote Clearly. It's a browser extension for Google Chrome and Firefox with more browsers lined up for the future. With Clearly, when you arrive at an article or a blog post that has a lot of embedded ads, or appears on a page that is overly busy, you click the little desk lamp icon to activate it. Upon doing so, you'll notice the clutter completely disappear and you'll be left with only the text you are interested in. It's also totally customizable, so you can make every web page appear just the way you'd like. The best part is, it links to your Evernote account for easy archiving, allowing you to read it anywhere, anytime.
Here's Evernote Peek, it's a cool add-in for the iPad, and its ideal for students or anyone really who takes notes and would like to use those notes to test themselves. By using your iPad smart cover, or a virtual cover in Evernote, you can review note questions with the answers covered up until you need to peek at them. And, lastly we have Penultimate. If you prefer to write rather than type, penultimate is an easy to use handwriting app for iPad. That combines a natural experience of pen and paper, but with the flexibility and synching of Evernote. There's still no need for paper, but you can keep the handwriting and remember everything with Evernote.
So there's a good look at some of the most popular add ins or apps that work well with Evernote. If you think you'd like to try any of them, just follow the links from your computer or device to install them, and give 'em a try.
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