What will you accomplish in 2015? Throughout January, we’re sharing our favorite #EvernoteTips, shortcuts, and tricks perfect for powering productivity, whether you work for yourself or on a team.
[Update: An earlier version of this post listed an incorrect command for choosing multiple notes for a table of contents. That has been corrected in the post.]
Sometimes, you want to have quick access to a bunch of related notes. By creating a table of contents with Evernote, you can seamlessly tie notes together for quick access later.
Here’s how you can create a table of contents using Evernote for Mac and Windows.
1. Choose the notes you want included in your list by Command + click with Mac and Control + click with Windows.
2. Select the option, Create Table of Contents Note. This option will then generate individual links for each of your selected notes and place them in a new note. That note will look like this:
You can also use this shortcut to group notes together for a presentation, or move content from one notebook to another. If you have tags you would like to assign during your move, add them here, too.
Creating a table of contents is perfect for gathering a series of notes that you need for a meeting, collecting research for a trip, or by organizing content for writing a book or research paper.