Brett Kelly, author of the Evernote Essentials book, has owned the “Evernote tips” niche for almost as long as Evernote has been around. His Unofficial Evernote manual, Evernote Essentials is the seminal text for squeezing all the power available out of Evernote. Whether you’re a newbie or an Evernote guru you need Evernote essentials, because Brett Kelly knows more than you. That’s why the guys over at Evernote gave him a job in 2010. Brett consulted with them during the writing of Evernote Essentials. The Evernote brains trust were so impressed with the way in which Brett was able to demystify Evernote in Evernote Essentials and make Evernote’s full power available even to newbies who have never used evernote before.
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My Evernote Sucks
I had do my what I can to find the best ways to use Evernote. Loads of people have got hold of me trying to convince me that Evernote sucks or that Evernote is only good for bookmarks or Evernote is no good as an offline tool or that Evernote can’t be used for fitness or goal tracking or capturing reciepts or this or that. I don’t really waste my time responding, the guys complaining that Evernote can’t Manage their projects or park their car for them have missed the point completely. Evernote is simply a productivity tool. A very powerful and flexible tool but a tool nonetheless. I can use the butt of a saw to knock in a nail but it’s probably not the best way to do it. If DevonThink or Springpad or remember the milk works better at certain tasks by all means use them for those things you don’t win any extra points for using Evernote for Everything. (though I’m becoming more and more convinced that you can)
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I’ve been using Evernote extensively now for the last 3 months, not sure what Evernote is check out my Evernote Review or my guide to Goal tracking with Evernote I have found it a great tool to keep my blogging and work notes together. Here’s a practical run through of the way I integrate using Evernote into my daily work, what I use it for and a tip or two from having bumped my head before..
There are a few main categories of stuff that I capture using Evernote:
- Writing Ideas are easily captured using Evernote, due to the many mobile capture methods
- Blog post Outlines can easily be worked out using Evernote for easy capture and the ease of organizing using Evernote
- Blog posts or articles can be written offline and easily saved using Evernote this is an excellent way to safeguard against technical failures which could devour your carefully chosen words.
- Blog posts which I’ve read and would like to keep as reference material for future projects are easily captured, stored and indexed using Evernote
- Screen shots are a dream to work with using Evernote, Evernote treats image notes like any other note due to the great OCR implementation
- HTML code which I use for formatting my blogs and posts are easily kept safe and accessible from any location using Evernote
- Adsense – I find it useful to capture backups of all my active adsense code in Evernote, that way I don’t have to trawl through the google interface when I delete a code as I so often do.
- Offline Comments – I’m constantly using Evernote to capture comments offline when I’m reading my RSS feeds via my offline reader.
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