Jolie Miller |
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Evernote is a Cloud productivity tool and digital notebook that allows you to store various types of content, and access your content seamlessly from various devices—whether it be a smartphone, a PC, or a tablet. If you’ve ever wished you could quickly capture, store, or categorize all your conference business cards, or share your brainstorming notes with a team before meeting, Evernote may be the business solution for you.
In our new set of Evernote courses, Up and Running with Evernote for Mac and Up and Running with Evernote for Windows, author David Rivers teaches you how to use the application’s productivity tools to become more productive yourself.
In this video from chapter X of the Up and Running with Evernote for Windowscourse, David introduces Evernote, and gives an overview of its functionality to help you get a feel for how you might see yourself using the digital notebook.
Evernote has a very extensive list of features, and applications. Here are a few stand-out functions:
Evernote has made it easy for me to collect business course requests, jot and tag notes about inspiring business people, and keep running lists of multiple tasks. I also love being able to snap a quick photo of a white board with planning notes knowing I will be able to search for the image with keywords later on.
What do you use Evernote for? Please share with us in the comments section.
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