In this video, learn how to use the Evernote Helper to capture and save screenshots to Evernote, and then move the new note created from the capture to another notebook.
- [Voiceover] In the previous movie,…if you were following along,…we captured text content from a PDF file,…copied and pasted it here into Evernote,…there are a lot of good reasons…why we might want to do that.…But what happens when you want to capture…more than just text?…You want to include the pictures, for example,…maybe the logo.…Well in that case, we're going to use a different tool.…And the first thing we need to do is minimize Evernote,…because this is not where we're going to find that tool.…Just click the minimize button in the top right hand corner,…and you can minimize anything else you may have running.…
Because want we want to see is what's hiding,…down below in our hidden icons.…You may have noticed already,…if you've been looking down here, an Evernote icon.…It was placed there when we installed the Evernote app.…And we can launch Evernote from here,…if it's not already running.…But if it is, look what happens when we right-click.…Opens up a menu, where we can open up Evernote,…we can create new notes from here.…
- Creating an Evernote account
- Creating and formatting text notes
- Creating notebooks
- Adding screenshots to a note
- Creating a multimedia note
- Clipping web content to a note
- Merging notes
- Finding notes and content
- Tagging notes
- Sharing notes
- Protecting content with encryption
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Evernote for Windows
2. Work with Notebooks
3. Work with Notes
4. Tag, Search, and Filter Content
5. Share Notes
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