How do you remember everything?
I was a ‘late bloomer’ when it came to adopting Evernote for both business and personal note-taking. Opting for a smaller, quicker running application that has since gone out of business, while Evernote only continued to flourish.
After finally making the switch to Evernote, I couldn’t be happier.
Evernote manages my contacts – I can take a photo of a business card and Evernote reads the text and populates name, phone numbers, and address of my contact list. It’ll also let me add notes to each contact, and ‘tag’ them to different projects, follow-ups and more.
Project notes are all neatly organized, with task lists specific to each project, and I can link similar notes together with saved searches, built in cross links and more.
I keep travel notes, shopping lists, wish-lists and simply records of certain transactions in here. I can outline ebooks that I’m writing and build upon those, all while in Evernote and kept in sync between 4 different computers, 2 smartphones and two tablets.
The list of benefits goes on and on indefinitely with Evernote - and their motto of “remember everything” really is what you should be doing with it. Click here, or on the logo to jump to Evernote and check it out for yourself!
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