In this video, learn how to create a new notebook using multiple methods, rename an existing notebook, and create notebook stacks to keep related notebooks together and separate from other unrelated notebooks.
- [Instructor] Well now that we've created…our Evernote account…we've launched the app that's installed…here on our Windows PC.…It's time to start creating.…Now right off the bat you can go up to the top left corner…and start creating new notes,…and we know we can create content,…capture content, and send it to Evernote,…but the other important feature of Evernote…is keeping that content organized.…So before we start creating notes…we may want to create the containers for those notes,…they're called notebooks.…Looking over here on the left panel…we see notebooks right at the top and an expansion arrow.…
When you click you'll see…you're one and only first notebook.…It's created for you when you create your account…and launch Evernote.…First notebook also has…this little icon next to it just to the left…indicating it's the default notebook.…So you'll always have to have at least one notebook.…It is the default meaning anything we send to Evernote…if Evernote is not up and running…it will automatically go to that notebook…
- 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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