In this video, learn how to create shortcuts to easily access notebooks, notes, and tags by dragging them to the shortcuts section in the left-hand pane where they can be clicked for easy return access.
- Over time as you begin to accumulate many, many notebooks…and those notebooks contain many, many notes…you may even be creating lots of different tags.…You may find you're going back to the same notebook…or a specific note, over and over on a regular basis.…Maybe there's a certain tag you like to use…more often than others.…Well a nice little trick is to add those…to the shortcuts area that appears…at the top of your screen.…You can see faintly that this is an area where we can…drag notes, notebooks or even tags for quick access.…
For example, if there's a note that you're…constantly updating, you can go to that note…and just drag it up here into the shortcuts area.…Let's do that.…I'm going to go back over here to, Notebooks,…to select, All Notebooks, and as I look down this list,…maybe there's one that I'm constantly updating,…and that is, Productivity Tips.…Well all I have to do is click and drag this snippet…up into the shortcuts area; when I see the plus sign…appear next to my mouse pointer, and the elephant icon,…
- 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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