App Essentials: Evernote

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It has taken a long time, but I have been converted to using Evernote for all of my online note-taking. I was first introduced to the program in 2012 at the ISTE Conference. I hated it. At that point in my life, I was an avid doodler, spending the majority of my page area on drawings. When I downloaded and started using the Evernote platform on my PC, it was lacking in the ability to integrate services and features that I wanted. Since my account was created in 2012, there have been some significant changes to the platform and my use of it. The biggest change in my use of note-taking services is my reliance on my iPad.

I use Evernote to keep track of everything I do in the digital world. At this point, I have almost 100 notebooks that house everything from recipes to financial documents. At work, I use Evernote to plan my curriculum, take meeting minutes, and even maintain our technology blog (through Postach.io). Using the Chrome Extensions, I save all of my travel documents (tripadvisor pages, reviews, etc.) and then I use the Offline Notebook feature to make sure I have all of my notes when I travel. Evernote is a fantastic way to keep track of my entire life, and keep everything updated and synchronized.

If you are a mobile professional, Evernote is a great way to keep your files organized across a wide range of devices and locations.


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