What will you accomplish in 2015?
For all that you set out to do this year, there’s Evernote. Throughout January, we’ll share tips, shortcuts, and tricks to make the most of your Evernote experience. Perfect for powering productivity, whether you work for yourself or on a team.
We’ll publish all of our tips on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn. Be sure to share your favorites using the hashtag, #EvernoteTips.
The best advice in getting started is to use it everywhere you can.
From morning to evening, at home, in the office, and everywhere in between, Evernote works the best when you use it wherever you are.
Evernote is available for just about every device and platform, including smartphones, computers, and on the Web, making it easy to access it anytime, anywhere.
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Evernote is available for all of the following:
Mac OS X
Windows 8 (Touch)
Evernote for Android Wear
Evernote for Google Glass
Your first note
Creating your first note is simple. Here’s some ideas of the type of content you can capture with Evernote:
1. Snap photos. Capture images of whiteboards, products you see in store, parking lot numbers, and wine labels.
2. Attach files. Drag and drop files, or use the paperclip icon for attachments.
3. Record audio. Capture audio, useful for lectures, meetings, and interviews.
4. Create to-dos. Make a to-do list, grocery list, or packing list. Check off items as you complete them.
Customize your system
There’s no wrong way to use Evernote. Here’s two extremely helpful articles from Evernote users about how they organize all of their content with tags. Model your system based on their structure, or create your own.
How I Organize Evernote: A Peek Inside My Personal System, by author and entrepreneur Michael Hyatt.
Using Evernote (the right way), by Thomas Honeyman.