Here’s another ‘5 Minute University’ session. This time on one of my favorite tools, Evernote…
Here’s a bonus riff that I just added!
Here’s an outline of the topics…
1 Why Evernote?
1.1 Google Notebook replacement
1.2 Addresses the ‘collection bucket’ issue
1.3 Key features
1.3.1 Capture anything
1.3.2 Access anywhere
1.3.3 Find things fast
2 e1evation ‘seal of approval’
2.1 Free or freemium
2.2.2 Standalone app
2.2.3 Smartphones and tablets
2.3 “Never use two tools where one will do”
2.4 ‘Swiss Army Knife‘ of collection
3.5 Bookmarklet or Shareaholic
4 Syncs flawlessly
4.1 All computers
4.3 Smartphones, too!!!
5.3 Other Evernote users
6 Want more?
6.1 Todd Lohenry
6.2 e1evation, llc
6.3 http://elevation.company [You are here!]
Comment or ‘connect’ to discuss how this applies to you and your organization…
- Most Popular Note Taking Application: Evernote (lifehacker.com)
- Evernote poised to become your primary desktop app (trishussey.com)
- Evernote Acquires Skitch & Makes It A Free Download [News] (makeuseof.com)
12 thoughts on “Tools for Tuesday; Evernote [updated]”
Nice post! I haven’t tried the clipping yet, but after seeing how easy it is to use – I’m trying it today!
Cool! I’d be happy to do a quick GoToMeeting if hit any snags. Let me know how you like it!
This is so helpful for new folks to Evernote to get it. Do more of these! (like how someone just starting out can do-it-yourself/ start a wordpress site.
Nilofer, you’re reading my mind! WordPress is next up for a ‘tools I use’ screencast next week. In the meantime, you — and others interested in WordPress — might enjoy this; http://e1evation.com/2011/08/29/wordpress-com-may-be-all-you-need/.
I love Evernote. There are just so many features that I need to learn about it. having my info on my iPad, iPhone and desktop/laptop all at the same time just makes my workflow so efficient
Amen, brother! Thanks for weighing in. See you on the 27th at TDS!
great vid for a great tool. I use it religiously and I still learned something from your overview. Thanks!
Awesome, Ron! I too learned by doing it and uncovered new features in the interest of being thorough. I use Jing to do screencasts and I love how it only gives me five minutes, too…