In this video, learn 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.
- [Instructor] So what's the point of creating…all of these tags, applying them to the various notes…in our notebooks here in Evernote?…Well, it's all about focus and organization.…We can filter out the notes we don't want…to look at and zero in on the notes…we do using the tags that we've applied.…In fact, if you were following along with me…in the previous movie, we were making modifications…to tags, like changing the name of UK to England,…and with it selected here in the tags list,…you may have noticed, something's happening here…on our notes list.…
We're down to two notes.…That's because the filtering is happening.…With England selected, we're viewing two notes…in all notebooks by default that are tagged with England,…and if we go to a different one, for example,…I've added a couple like wine, I've added some tags.…The clip tag is applied to, you can see, four notes,…indicating content that was clipped or captured…from another source.…That's not a bad idea.…And as soon as we select these tags, we're filtering out…
- 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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