Learn how to leverage Evernote, a free productivity app, as a student. Organize and store your class notes, find and manage assignment information, share notes and task lists, and learn about the different versions of Evernote.
- Hi, I'm Oliver Schinkten, and thank you for joining me in this course, in which we'll explore Evernote, and how you, as a student, can use it to become more organized, productive, and efficient. We'll explore the different versions of Evernote, as well as some of the general concepts related to it, including stacks, notebooks, notes, and tags. We'll take a look at many different ways that you can utilize it as a student, including: taking notes for class in several formats, storing important documents, and then easily searching for and retrieving this information.
We'll look at how you can save web articles to retrieve later, creating to-do lists, collaborating on projects, as well as many other ways. Although I'll go over the basic concepts related to Evernote, this course will focus more on ways that you can use it as a student. If you'd like to become more familiar with all the features and functions of this powerful application, I recommend checking out Up and Running with Evernote by David Rivers. I believe that Evernote can improve your performance as a student, and I look forward to sharing some ways to do so. Let's get started.
- Comparing the different versions of Evernote
- Structuring notebooks
- Taking class notes in several formats
- Creating reminders
- Using the passcode protection feature
- Merging notes
- Searching for information on the app
- Saving web articles to retrieve later
- Creating sharable to-do lists