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An Introduction to Evernote [Video]

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An Introduction to Evernote [Video]


    Evernote has become many things to many people. In fact, for many of us it has become our most indispensable app.

    Why?

    Because Evernote just works!

    I don’t think any two people use Evernote the same way. I use it to keep track of almost every little bit of data in my life. It has made me more efficient, more reliable and a lot more organized.

    (Not bad for a free app.)

    In Evernote you can keep:

    • Text notes
    • Websites
    • Text clippings
    • Screen captures
    • Audio notes
    • URLs
    • Photos
    • …and more!

    You access all these bits of data on:

    • Your computer
    • Smartphone
    • Tablet
    • …and more!

    Here is a video introduction to Evernote, which will illustrate that Evernote is indeed for everyone.

    Do you need Evernote. In a word…YES!

    Check it out — and let me know your thoughts on the video in the comments below. Also feel free to let me know what apps and tips you’d like me to explore using video in the future.

    (Photo credit: Evernote Taiwan User Meetup by othree via Flickr)

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