Learning to Love Evernote
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Have you always wanted to love Evernote, but never really got it? I completely understand! I was in your same place for 4 years, but just recently saw the light. I want to share with you how I learned to love Evernote!
Some of the things you will learn through nearly 60 minutes of video content:
1. Storing manuals for appliances
2. Organizing things your kids make at school
3. Using the Evernote webclipper to store recipes offline
4. What is the benefit of a premium account?
5. Using shared notebooks
What's New in Version 2.0.1
2.0.1 - Minor corrections All New 2.0 Version with updates for the Evernote interface changes for the Mac and iOS.
Great intro to Evernote
This book is a great introduction to Evernote whether you are a new user or someone who has tried Evernote out before but never found a way to integrate it into their workflow.
Learning to Love Evernote Review
I periodically tried Evernote as my digital information repository, but never got used to using or understanding it well enough to use it for more than a week. I’ve read numerous articles and watched a few videos about the different ways to use Evernote, but the workflow never clicked with me. Then I picked up and watched the videos in Learning to Love Evernote and, suddenly, the lightbulb switched on.
Rather than showing generic or fake data, Bradley Chambers demonstrates Evernote using real information. The minor differences in seeing the real data versus something made up were huge in helping me finally understand how to make Evernote work for me.
The videos cover some basics about how to use Evernote and also showcase specific use cases. Some of the examples won't be useful to me, but I still got good tips and ideas from them. Ultimately, it is up to the individual user to decide how Evernote will work best for them. Learning to Love Evernote has shown me how to use it an make it fit with how my brain works. Thanks for making this, Bradley.
Loveing It Even More
I loved Evernote before Learning to Love Evernote came out, but with the tips and tricks I've picked up from this book, along with learning better ways to organize my notebooks, I'm loving Evernote more than ever.
I totally recommend this book to anyone who uses Evernote or even has an interest. The newest version of Evernote is great, but can be a little intimidating if you've never used anything more complicated than the iOS Notes app, but with the help of this book, it's a lot easier to understand where things are and where they should go without having to spend hours playing with it until you understand it.
To The Person Who Gave 1 Star based on the 2 page Sample, I say it's a *sample*. Bradley Chambers has a Twitter account. I found it like two seconds by Googling "Bradley Chambers Twitter". His handle is @bradleychambers. If you want to voice your desire for a longer sample, contact him via Twitter or his blog. Don't leave a 1 star review of someone's work when you don't know enough about it.