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If you've ever carried a paper notebook, you know there's nothing like being able to jot notes, sketch out ideas, write down phone numbers, and track to-do lists on the go. Evernote offers all the benefits of a notebook, with none of the limitations. You'll never leave it behind (unless you forget your phone) and you'll never run out of pages. Learn how Evernote for Windows can help you keep track of your busy life and all the details in it. David Rivers shows how to take notes that go beyond the standard text or drawing with photos, screenshots, and even video and audio. Once you've learned how to capture content, he shows how to keep notes organized with Evernote's powerful tagging and search features—which even help you to find text hidden inside images. Plus, learn all about Evernote's notebook sharing and protection features, so your privacy is maintained at all times.
Hi, and welcome to Up and Running with Evernote for Windows. I'm David Rivers. We'll begin with a quick discussion about Evernote and what it really is, what you can do with it, and how you go about getting it. Then we'll dive into creating notebooks, and various types of notes, which go far beyond the standard text note or drawing in a paper notebook. Notes can be other things like images you snap with your smart phone, audio clips or, even screenshots from a favorite website or document.
I'll be showing you how to create all of these types of notes and more. Of course, one of the really big advantages to Evernote is, once you have all this content assembled, there are easy ways to find that one piece of information you're looking for. We'll discover ways to tag, and filter your notes, even finding text that might be hidden inside an image. So with all these topics and so much more to cover, let's get you up and running with Evernote on the Windows PC.
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