Today we are very excited to announce the launch of the Signature Evernote Plan from Shoeboxed. The Signature Evernote Plan makes digitizing all of your piles of paper easier than ever. The integration works like magic; drop all of your paperwork into a specially-designed envelope made only for Evernote users. Shoeboxed will then scan, sort, and organize it all for you inside your Evernote account.
How It Works
- Go to http://evernote.shoeboxed.com/
- Create a Shoeboxed account.
- Connect Shoeboxed to your Evernote account.
- Choose where your scanned documents should go in your Evernote account.
- Wait for the Evernote envelopes to arrive!
If you already have a Shoeboxed account, then: Go to your Account > Settings > Select Premium Plans. Change your plan to the Signature Evernote Plan.
Once you sign up, Shoeboxed will send you a prepaid, addressed envelope for your papers, bills, receipts, business cards and documents. Fill it with all the stuff you want scanned, and pop it in the mail. Shoeboxed will safely and securely scan your papers, making sure to correctly categorize receipts, business cards, and other documents.
All of your documents will be organized and available in Evernote to access anytime, anywhere. Shoeboxed will either shred or send back your documents, depending on what you specify. No more excuses for having piles of unorganized papers.
A Seamless Experience
Shoeboxed and Evernote work seamlessly, so you can take advantage of two services as one. This is perfect for:
- Travelers who need to keep track of daily receipts but never find the time to organize and scan them.
- Professionals who receive many business cards that they’d like to store and easily search for in Evernote.
- Parents who want to digitize their children’s schoolwork and artwork.
- Small business owners with contracts, correspondence, and documentation that needs to be organized and saved.
- And it’s even great for tax returns because the IRS accepts scanned receipts as well.
Have you tried using Shoeboxed? What types of paper documents are you excited to digitize? Please share in the comments.