Note-taking

Evernote Shared Notebooks

I have collected all of the shared notebooks that I could find below in the hopes that they will not only be useful to view, but also provide some sense of potential uses for this feature in Evernote. Whenever possible,…

Evernote Use Cases

Evernote is pretty much a blank canvas, and you can do whatever you would like with it. However, as any artist or writer knows, that emptiness can sometimes be more discouraging than inspirational. [EDIT]: Please note that as of today…

Evernote Templates

Notes in Evernote start out as empty containers, and you are free to put whatever you’d like into them. Sometimes that emptiness and unstructured space can actually make it a little difficult to know what to do. You don’t need…

What Evernote Has to Say about Itself

You can find out a lot about how to use Evernote through the many videos and podcasts that talk about it on the Web. Someday I will get around to posting links to the stuff that other people have had…

Evernote Links: Getting Started

Evernote and its users have posted a lot of information about the application on the Internet. I’ve collected links some of the sites that I’ve found useful for getting started in each of the categories. Getting Started Ron’s Evernote Tips…

Evernote: Organization with Tags

Evernote tags are sticky notes for the “thoughts” (notes) in our “external brains.” Unfortunately, virtual sticky notes often end up looking a lot like the ones pasted onto the edges of your monitor right now — pretty messy. On this…

Dan Gold Interview

Dan Gold contacted me in 2012 and asked if I would be willing to do an interview about how I use Evernote. I was honored to be asked, and happy to do it. Here is a link to the interview.…