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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 continue to use EverNote over time, the number of notes will begin to pile up, might even seem unmanagable at times, but there are ways to organize your notes, including sorting. And depending on your view there are different sort options. We're going to begin here by looking at All Notes, so let's click All Notes at the very top. And doing this means, we're going to see all of the snippets in this snippet view for any note in any notebook. That's quite a few notes here to look at. If we want to change the order of what we're seeing, we can go up here to the top right-hand corner of this snippet pane for our view options.
Give that a click and then go down to Sort By. Notice that 'Date Updated' is the default. Not only are you seeing them sorted by date, but the most recent ones appear at the top of the list to the least recent at the bottom. If you want to change that by title, for example, you can select Title, you can go back to the drop-down and change the order as well. It'd be alphabetical order instead of reverse. Now, you're going to see them grouped here alphabetically, and you'll see a little heading.
For there's the Cs, the Es, the Fs, and so on. So that's one way to stay organized and find what you're looking for. Could be a little bit easier. We could also change the view. Lets go back here to our view options. Give it a click. And go to List view. Now, from here it's very easy to sort things because we have headers across the top of each column. We want to see them sorted by the date they were updated, we can click that. Click it again to reverse the order. Maybe by size so you can find the largest ones, and remove them to create some space.
We'll be talking about tags very shortly. You could sort them by tags, and over here by the date they were created. Clicking again reverses the order. Personally, I prefer to go to the snippet view, so I'm going to click the View menu this time, to select Snippet View. And I'm going to change my sort order by clicking the View Options, going down to sort by, and making sure that date created with Newest to Oldest is checked off. That's the default, but just so you know, there are a number of different sort options when working with different notes in different views to help you stay organized.
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