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Fifty Ways to Take Notes

Fifty Ways to Take Notes

Taking notes is great for many occasions – for learning, generating ideas, consolidate data. There are advantages of keep your notes online – you can access with different computers with Internet access, and you can share with people easily. Brian Benzinger at Solution Watch gives you 50 ways to take notes online. He categorizes all his resources into Quick Public Pages, Basic Note Taking, Development, Online Documents, Online Documents, Voice Recording, Start Pages, and Online Databases.

I am constantly writing notes. Whether it be for my blog, work, meeting, new ideas, or just basic notes, I am always jotting something down. So I started thinking about all the services I’ve used for taking notes and thought it would be a good idea to share them with you and while I’m at it, to make a list of any others that I find. Now, when it comes to note taking, I personally look for quick and simple. If I have something on my mind, I don’t want to go through some advanced system and climb a mountain just to save a note for myself. There won’t be all the note taking tools out there on my list, but ones that I feel get the job done well…

Fifty Ways to Take Notes – [Solution Watch]

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Published on January 27, 2020

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