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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.
Over time as you continue adding content to your notebooks, creating new notes and so on. The number of notes will begin to grow, maybe even start to feel a little bit unruly. If that's the case, you might consider doing what we're about to do next, and that is to merge related notes together into one. It'll cut down on the total number of notes, but keep all of your content. Let's talk about doing that with our User Conference notebook, if you've been following along. If you haven't been following along, don't worry about it. You can find any notebook with more than one note. Let's say we wanted to take our Travel Poster note, and everything down to the last note and merge it into one.
You would hold down your Shift key, click the last one. And notice what happens, they remain selected, all of them, all four in my case. And then, over here on the right-hand side, I can Merge them. Then, I realize, oh, this one doesn't belong. Use your Cmd key to select individual notes to either select them or deselect them. In our case, we really just want these two. So, let's go back to Travel Poster. Click once. You lose the other selections. Hold down Shift and click Hotel Information. They belong together. It's travel information, and we can cut down on the total number of notes by merging them.
And we'll do that by clicking the Merge button over here on the right. Now, the first note was the travel poster, so it becomes the title of our new note, which is merged information. There's our hotel down below and our travel poster at the top. Really, what this is is merged travel info, so I'm going to double-click Poster and delete it. I'm going to move to the beginning of Travel and type in Merged. There we go, press Return and that's my new note. So, I'm cutting down on the total number of notes but I haven't lost any of my information.
What if you wanted to go back? You made a mistake, you merged the wrong ones. Well, if you go to the Edit menu, you'll notice Undo is not available, Cmd+Z won't work either. But what really happened when you merged those notes together is the two original notes. They were sent to the trash and a new note was created from the two. So, if we went up to the top of our snippet list, clicked the drop-down and select Trash. You'll notice those two original notes are still there, and if you wanted to you could restore them. Just right-click. Either Travel Poster or Hotel Information.
And from that pop-up menu you can restore the selected notes. If you wanted them both, you shift and click the second one, and over here on the right hand side, we can restore the selected notes. They'll go back to their original notebooks. But I think we're better off if we switch back to our User Conference 2013 notebook to have two of those merged together into one to cut down on the total number of notes. Keeping in mind we still have all of our information in our notebook.
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