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.
- Ron’s Evernote Tips (Ron is an Evernote employee) is a great place to get started.
- The Evernote Blog is probably one of the most useful resources out there, especially for exploring use cases. Evernote also has a technical blog for developers and anyone else interested in how stuff works.
- The Evernote User Forum has discussions by new and long-time users about how to get the most out of this product. In my experience, one of the best ways to get started with Evernote is to see what other people are doing with it. You’ll find me on there as GrumpyMonkey.
- Andrew Maxwell’s page contains 100 uses for Evernote. If you are wondering what you can do with it, then you’ll surely be able to find some ideas here.
- Michael Hyatt has several blog posts about working with Evernote. He includes lots of screenshots to illustrate his points.
- The Solopreneur has some tips about how to use and organize your Evernote account.
- Loris Perazzoli has written an informative post about using tags and notebooks.
- Evernote’s microsite for schools has information and links that would be useful to both students and educators.
- Adam Green has written a blog post about using Evernote as a student working on a college degree.
- Ryan Kessler shared on the Evernote blog how Evernote helped him in High School.
- Ron Toledo (Evernote employee) posted on the Evernote blog with some tips for students.
- Shawn Miller wrote in The Chronicle of Higher Education about how to use Evernote in academia.
- Christopher Mayo (that’s me) has written a post about how teachers and students can use Evernote.
Keeping a Journal
- Adam Zeis has shared a lot of ideas about using Evernote on Blackberry devices (the advice is applicable to other clients as well).
- Jamie Rubin has a blog post about keeping a journal in real time.
- Nicomachus.net has four tips for using computers in your research.
- Ask MetaFilter has a wide-ranging discussion about useful software.
- J. Kevin Morton has an intriguing post comparing Evernote, Pages, and Scrivener.
- The Secret Weapon (TSW) seems to be especially popular, and they have a beautifully crafted site for explaining their system.
- Daniel Gold has several posts and even wrote a book about GTD and Evernote.
- Hanami Design has written extensively about GTD and Evernote.
- Fokke Kooistra has several blog posts with plenty of screenshots.
- Adam Boettiger explains how to use Evernote as a Relationship Manager, not a Contact Manager.
- Lindsay’s shared notebook contains several notes detailing how she uses Evernote with the GTD system.
- Darren Crawford has written a post and provided a well-done, short video introducing his system.