Announcing the Evernote 2016 Calendar
Last year around this time, we revealed the Evernote calendar for the year 2015 for the first time and we got immense support and love for it from our users. To continue helping our users in planning schedules and roadmaps for the next year, we are pleased to share the Evernote calendar for 2016, which can help you level up your productivity for the coming year in numerous ways.
A better calendar
To make the calendar planning more relevant and helpful, we have now added an annual/weekly/daily calendar so that you can leverage its usability as per your requirement. So now, you can not just plan annually, but can also plan your daily or monthly tasks. You can take advantage of making a full year plan with day-to-day annual calendar. The calendar allows you to choose and color code it and helps planning better.
You can all do the planning for your entire year by marking all the important days/tasks on the annual calendar. Family birthday or holiday plans, or any important events, you can record them all in your annual calendar.
Scheduling a Monthly Calendar
The monthly calendar will help you schedule your goals for the month and can be used for project management and collaboration. The calendar comes handy for journaling your monthly activities. You can even make use of the monthly calendar for planning your vacations or business trips.
Weekly/Daily calendar to record meticulously
If you have specific weekly goals, you can create a weekly planner and plan it better. You can even create a daily journal and use the calendar as a life log.
How to use it?
How to import the calendar template in your notebook
- Click the following link to download the ‘Calendar 2016.enex’ file. Download!
- If you are using Evernote for Windows,click on the ‘File’ menu and select ‘files from Evernote’ in ‘Import’. Select the downloaded ‘2016_calendar.enex’ file through the above link to get the notes in your notebook.
- If you are using Evernote for Mac, click ‘Import Notes’ from the ‘File’ menu and select the ‘2016_calendar.enex’ files that you had earlier downloaded from the above link to import the 2016 calendar.
- For added functionality, you can use note links to access all the different months from the cover page. Simply click on the box that represents each month and voila!