We’re excited to announce the release of Evernote Essentials, the first English-language Evernote handbook (e-handbook, technically). Huzzah!
This excellent Evernote overview was written by blogger, developer and avid tweeter, Brett Kelly. With Evernote Essentials, Brett has created a guide that shows new and experienced users alike the many ways to make the most out of Evernote. Each section comes full of easy to understand explanations, walkthroughs, tips, tricks, and ideas to help anyone become an Evernote ninja.
Brett sent us some early drafts, which impressed us so much that we hired him. Brett is now working on dramatically improving Evernote’s own documentation.
Evernote Essentials is not an official Evernote book. It is self-published by Brett. He owns all of the content.
A look inside
To give you a sense of what’s in the e-book, here are a few of the chapter headings from Evernote Essentials
- Evernote Anatomy
- Evernote Organization 101
- Evernote Search:Seek and Ye Shall Find
- Evernote, Email and You
- Tagging for Superhumans
- Evernote for Bloggers
- Evernote for Programmers
- Evernote for Foodies
- Evernote as an Address Book
- Evernote as a Task Manager
Get the book
Evernote Essentials is an e-book, available from the Evernote Trunk.
- Format: PDF
- Pages: 84
- Evernote proficiency level: Any
- Price: $25
Limited time discount
Brett is generously offering a 25% discount until August 8th. To get the discount, enter the coupon code “TRUNKLAUNCH” during checkout.
Tip: Evernote as e-book reader
As I sat reading Brett’s book in Evernote on my iPad, I realized “Hey, reading books in Evernote isn’t half bad.” Then later, when I was reading Brett’s book in Evernote on my iPhone, I realized “Hey, this whole Evernote sync thing makes reading e-books on different devices really easy.” It’s nice to share my internal monologue with the world.
As Evernote Podcast listeners may know, there have been seven Evernote book written in Japanese, many of them have become bestsellers. We have some catching up to do.