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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.
Getting Evernote on your computer is the first step. Yes, you'll be able to capture anything, start creating your own notebooks, and notes on your computer, but what if you're not at your computer? Maybe you're on the road, and you use a tablet, or even a smartphone. In those cases, you'll want to get Evernote installed on those mobile devices, and that's what we're going to talk about right now. We'll start here on our computer, and if you still have the Getting Started message you received when you first signed up for Evernote, you'll notice as we scroll down the message, there is a section on installing and using Evernote everywhere.
Notice a link to get Evernote on your computer, phone, and tablet. We'll click that link which is going to launch your default browser and take you to the Evernote page. From here, you'll see Get Evernote for Mac because we're on our Mac computer. If you hover over that drop down though, you'll see that we can get it for a number of mobile devices down the left hand side here. Including Apple devices like iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches, there's Android and Windows options here even Blackberry. Let's say in our scenario, we want to have Evernote on our iPad which we take we with us everywhere, or even on our iPhone.
Well we could click that link which is going to take us to iTunes here on the Mac, that's what we use, and take us to the Evernote section in the iTunes store. Notice the apps selected You may need to sing in first. If you're prompted to do so just enter your information and you'll arrive at this page. Now, you'll see the free option here, but we're on our computer. Keep that in mind. If we really want to get Evernote installed on our iPhone or our iPad and you'll notice this app will work on both, we really should be on the device where we want Evernote to appear...
So let's say we're working with an iPad. That's what we'll do, we'll use our iPad to locate the Evernote webpage, and download it from there. When we tap the Get Evernote button from our mobile device, Evernote knows what version to install, so, you're on the iPad, we're taken to the App Store, ready to install install Evernote, so let's do that. You might see the free button here you can tap that and then tap install and then it will just take a few minutes to install the ever note app on your mobile device. Once the installation is complete we can tap the open button from here in the app store or hit your home button on your mobile device.
And find the icon for the Evernote app is readily available on you home screen. We're now ready to start using it on our mobile device and syncing it up with our other devices.
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