Work Smarter with Evernote
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Whether you’ve always wanted to try Evernote or have only dabbled with it in the past, you can take your professional life to the next level by making this tool one of your go-to systems for staying organized. Evernote can help you become more focused and effective on the joband get ahead in your career. This short, practical book shows you how.
In Work Smarter with Evernote, social media expert Alexandra Samuel demonstrates the most effective ways to use this popular (and free) web-based notebook system to:
Capture the right notes, documents, images, ideas, and inspirations
Keep the information you want always at your fingertips
Enhance collaboration by sharing and publishing your notes
Focus on the work that matters most to you and aligns best with your professional goals
The book also includes a 30-minute quick guide to setting up your Evernote system and notebooks for maximum utility and ease of navigation.
Interested in learning more about how social media can help you get ahead of your daily workand get ahead in your career? Look for more in this series of short, digital books from Harvard Business Review Press and social media expert Alexandra Samuel. Other installments provide the best tips and tricks for using tools like Evernote, Twitter, HootSuite, and Gmail to get organized and improve your performance on the job.
Great kickstart to Evernote
Alexandra Samuels doesn't pretend this is the be all and end all Evernote book. No, this is a quick read that gives you real steps to take right away to start using Evernote in your work and personal life. I'm a long-time Evernote dabbler and I found several great tips to kickstart me into using Evernote more effectively.
Even as a fairly long-term (2+ years) user of Evernote, I came away from this excellent introduction with better ways of using Evernote in my day-to-day business. Alexandra Samuel has written a clear and easy to follow primer on one of the great successes of "accessible everywhere" information.
Not only does the book introduce Evernote to new users, but it also provides solid ideas for organizing the user's folder structure to make best use of the information to be stored there. The author writes clearly and succinctly on the benefits of Evernote's tags, allying them with a thoughtful folder hierarchy.
If you've never tried Evernote, but have a desire to manage your day-to-day life more effectively, this e-book is an excellent jumping-off point.
- Category: Management & Leadership
- Published: Dec 18, 2012
- Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
- Seller: The Perseus Books Group, LLC
- Print Length: 54 Pages
- Language: English