Evernote is a cloud based application for powerful organization, productivity, and collaboration. It combines a core feature set of notes, notebooks, and tags to create workflows, systems, and processes for your work. The Evernote Notebook is the feature in this post.
Here, I will share with you how to set up a notebook and some other tips about using notebooks in Evernote. Are you ready to start? Let’s go!
Evernote is the leading note taking and organizational application designed to keep your life organized and productive in your business and personal life. In this post I’ll share with you every feature that you have available to you in a Note.
The best way I know to learn a tool or application is just to use it and use it often. Let’s get started learning everything about the Note.
If you’re in business, it’s inevitable that you meet with clients or fellow staff to kickoff a project, provide status updates, or discuss internal company matters. Meetings can often go for hours, robbing the entire company of precious work time to complete or make progress on projects, or make headway on the company’s new initiative. Fortunately, if you’re an Evernote user, you can use Evernote for meetings, keeping them productive and a positive experience for everyone.
Meetings that are run well can have a positive effect on the morale of your company, contribute to the progress of business goals, and keep your clients and or customers happy with the work you do. Meetings that aren’t well run, well, don’t do any of these things. Discover how to use Evernote in a positive way below.
As I start my business providing web, social media, and email marketing services to small businesses, I need to build my network of leads, clients, colleagues, and resources. The process is tedious, slow, and sometimes disorganized. Frankly, it’s a part of my business that I’m not great at and I realized I needed to get a process together to manage my networking. As a business leader, you’re probably right there with me. In this post, you’ll learn how to build your network with Evernote.
It used to be that when I attended conferences, seminars, and other events I would come home with a stack of business cards. I’d type in the information on them and keep them for future reference. Sometimes it would take me a week to whittle down the stack as I would do a little each day. I needed a better way. Fortunately, I found a better system through Evernote.