Notes. A note is not a note when we’re talking Evernote notes. They come in so many varieties I honestly can’t name them all.
I remember when my note taking system consisted of post it’s, napkins, the back of my hand, a legal pad, the torn corner of a cardboard box, or just about anything I could scribble on.
Of course there were plenty of challenges associated with such an unorganized way of keeping up with stuff. I remember one very important note (a sales opportunity) that got sucked out of my truck when I let down the window to get a fly to leave the cab. I missed the appointment and pissed off the prospect.
Then Evernote came into my life and all those worries vanished.
On todays episode Jason Frasca and I will be taking a deep dive into the wonderful world of Evernote notes.
Here are 7 of my favorite note features
- Audio note
- Email note
- Receipt note
- Important documents note
- Skitcher notes
- Clipped notes
- Quote notes
The Evernote note is more than a note. It can be just about anything you can imagine it being.
George asks, What is the best way to learn how to use Evernote effectively?”
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CALL TO ACTION: Open up Evernote and click on every link and thing you think is a link and see what it makes Evernote do. Don’t worry. You can’t break it!
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