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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.
One cool thing you can do with a text note here in Evernote is create a checklist. And that's not just a list of items with a little box next to them, but with a working checkbox that you can check off when you complete those items. That's what we're going to explore right now. We'll do so with a new note. So we'll make sure that we're looking at our User Conference 2013 notebook from the dropdown. Make sure it's selected, and now, we'll go up to the button where it says New Note in User Conference 2013 and give it a click. We have a new untitled note.
Let's type in Things to Do. All right, you can press Enter or Return on your keyboard That locks in the title. It now appears in the snippet list. We're ready to start typing our list of things to do.. When creating a check list you can turn the check boxes on first or after. It really doesn't matter. Let's go up to our Formatting toolbar and click the Checkbox button. Notice it's an Insert To Do item and that creates the box. All we need to do now is type in the thing that needs to be done, so let's type in something like contact venue to arrange seating.
These are all things that need to be done with regard to the user conference coming up this year. When you press enter or return on your keyboard notice a new checkbox appears by default, just like, we would see with a bulletin or numbered list. Let's type in something like arrange catering and we'll press Return. And lastly, organize speakers. Okay, there it is now this is a working checklist meaning, I can go to these items and when I've arranged catering for example click the checkbox, it gets a checkmark.
That's an easy way for me to see and remember which ones I've done and which ones still need to be done. And then of course we can deselect them by clicking the check box. So it's not just an image of a square, it's an actual working check list that you're creating here, in Evernote. Now, that's from scratch, you can also apply checklists to existing content. Let's go to the note we created a couple of movies ago, the Get Productive - Things To Remember note, and it's a bulleted list right now. If we wanted to change any of these into a check list item, just click in front of it, and click the Insert To Do check-box, there it is.
Now we could do it one at a time, you can hit your backspace key or your delete key at the top, and that takes it out. We can highlight all of these and turn it all into a checklist. Notice the bullets are still there, but while we have everything selected, we can turn the bullets off if we wanted to so it's just a checklist now. When we deselect by clicking down below, we had a checklist with working check boxes. That's all there is to creating checklists either from scratch or with existing content here in Evernote.
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