In this video, see how to filter and locate related notes using a single tag that has been used on multiple notes, and by using multiple tags that have been applied to multiple notes.
- [Narrator] So what's the point of all this tagging…we've been doing in the last couple of movies?…Well, it's all about using those tags to filter…and find content, something we're going to do in this movie.…We can use the tags to zero in on specific notes…that maybe even come from different notebooks…and put them all together because they're related…by the tag we've applied.…I've gone in and added some more tags to more notes.…And if we go over to Tags here on the left hand side…and give it a click, we'll see a list of all of our tags.…
I added one called Clipped where that represents…content I clipped from somewhere like a website…or from a brochure.…And if I want to look at the notes…that have been tagged for, let's say productivity,…all I have to do is select the actual tag.…Some buttons appear up here and I can show the two notes…that have been tagged Productivity.…This one from lynda.com Taking Notes and Productivity Tips,…and you can see they both come from the same notebook.…But it's the only two notes I'm looking at now,…
- 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
- Using Evernote on mobile devices
Skill Level Beginner
Excel for Mac 2016 Essential Trainingwith Curt Frye6h 23m Beginner
1. Get Started with Evernote
2. Work with Notebooks
3. Work with Notes
4. Tag, Search, and Filter Content
5. Share Notes
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