Note Links allow you to associate your notes with each other, helping you create a customized organization structure inside your Evernote account. You can learn more about using Note Links by reading this blog post.
Note Links are great for linking together different pieces of travel-related information like itineraries, articles and passport photos, as well as organizing project elements and class research. One of the coolest things you can do with Note Links is create a table of contents for a set of notes inside of a notebook. This is particularly useful if you are sharing a notebook with other individuals.
To do this:
- Grab the Note Link to a note by right-clicking on the note and selecting to Copy Note Link.
- Create a New Note in your notebook or go to a note where you’d like that Note Link to go.
- Paste the link (it will show up as the hyperlinked title of your note) into your New Note or existing note.
- Do this for all other notes you’d like to include in your table of contents, putting them in the order that you’d like people to look through the notebook.
You can perform this as a batch action, too. Select multiple notes, right click and then add them to your new or existing note.
Are you using Note Links? Share your tips in the comments!