Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Practical uses for Evernote, part of Up and Running with Evernote.
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- Aside from replacing your paper notepad…or even your word processor with Evernote…for taking notes, there are a number of other ways…to use Evernote so let's explore…some real-life scenarios now.…We'll begin with storing pictures.…Maybe you just met someone who gave you their business card.…Well, don't risk losing or misplacing it;…take a picture of it.…You can search for names, titles, and so on…to find their info quickly down the road.…Or maybe you got in a fender-bender;…take a picture of both cars, the other car's license plate,…and the other driver's license.…
Or perhaps you just tried a great bottle of wine;…why not take a picture of the label,…and you'll always be able to remember the name…when you go to buy it.…And take pictures of expense receipts and checks…that you write as a great way to back that info up…in case you lose it or need to track it later on.…Evernote has a great app for mobile devices that enables…you to upload these pictures directly to your account,…and we'll explore that a little bit later on.…
- Creating a new notebook
- Creating and formatting text notes
- Adding screenshots to a note
- Creating a multimedia note
- Clipping web content to a note
- Creating notes from emails
- Sorting, filtering, and finding notes
- Sharing notes
- Protecting content with encryption
Skill Level Beginner
Going Paperless: Start to Finishwith Suzanna Kaye2h 17m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with Evernote
2. Working with Notebooks
3. Working with Notes
4. Tagging, Searching, and Filtering Content
5. Sharing Notes
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