In this video, learn how to combine a photo taken with the camera in Evernote with text you type and audio you record to create a multimedia note.
- Well, by now, you should feel comfortable…creating text notes here in Evernote,…even capturing content from other sources…like web pages and documents using clipping tools,…but did you know you can actually create…multimedia notes here in Evernote as well?…That's what we're going to do in this movie,…starting with taking a photo.…Typically, you're going to use your mobile device for that.…If you're out on the road, you see something you want to…capture and send to Evernote, you take a picture of it,…and if you want, you can even add text to that note…and audio, creating a multimedia note.…
Let's start with the photo.…You can see I switched over here to my mobile device,…my iPad Mini.…We're out at a nice restaurant,…tried a great bottle of wine,…and it's something we want to remember, so taking a picture…or photo of the label would be a great idea from Evernote.…Here in Evernote, already logged in, I can tap…the elephant icon in the top left corner…and see, across the top, some options, including…the second one in, Photos.…
- Describe how to choose a plan and create an Evernote account.
- Explain how to get Evernote on a computer.
- Cite ways to configure Evernote to meet your needs.
- Describe how to back up and share notebook contents.
- Recall how to create and manage text notes.
- Explain how to add screenshots to a note.
- Cite the method for merging multiple notes into one note.
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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