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My short ebook, Work Smarter with Evernote, which Harvard Business Save a PDF of the conference program to Evernote so you'll have it. A Smarter Business Over two-thirds of our users also rely on Evernote for work, and more than 10, . images, PDFs and handwritten notes for the desired. you're working on, providing a solid starting point for your next Move work forward faster and accomplish even greater things work smarter with your team .

From inspiration to achievement, Evernote is where your work takes shape. Write, collect, find, and present, all from one workspace. Below are 33 Evernote tips. Each tip is simplified to the snackable and shareable size of characters or less. Skim these 33 nuggets of wisdom and then move on to the fun task of making things happen in Evernote.

That doesn't even take into account the ecosystem of third-party software, apps, and services that make it a breeze to add items to your Evernote repository. There is even a version for Business users who want document sharing and collaboration tools in their teams. Extras are great, but they don't spell out just how to use Evernote.

There are no lack of methods and best practices for getting the most out of the service. From what you can store to how you store it, there's plenty to try.

The competition from Microsoft, the totally free OneNote , is also worth considering as it's better for taking typed notes—but as an info storehouse, Evernote can't be beat. Evernote's got some issues, business-wise. It was one of the first Silicon Valley "unicorns," a company valued at a billion dollars before it made a cent.

Now, it's having trouble monetizing its platform: But that's the price we'll pay if we want to keep this service around. So here's our take on the top tips you need to get the most out of Evernote. If you do it right, it'll be the database of your entire existence, make your day-to-day life that much simpler, and hopefully keep the company in business for many years of storage to come.

Eric narrowly averted a career in food service when he began in tech publishing at Ziff-Davis over 25 years ago.

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You may unsubscribe from the newsletters at any time. View As: One Page Slides. Once you've got a few items saved, it pays to switch to a paid Evernote account. Otherwise you can only upload so much—60 megabytes worth of files per month, at a 25MB per note maximum.

Worse, without upgrading, you can only sync your notes with 2 devices as of August for current users —note that Evernote Web does NOT count as one of those devices. The limit only pertains to the mobile apps and desktop programs. The Plus tier includes unlimited devices, offline access, 1GB of uploads per month, larger individual note sizes, and syncing with mobile apps—you can even save your emails into Evernote with Plus.

For that, you get it all: Business, of course, costs a lot more: But that comes with all of the above plus more, which you can read about in our review. The most important part of your Evernote arsenal is the Evernote Webclipper.

With it, you can capture everything you see online, from an entire page to just one little section or picture. A menu will fly out from the right and provide several options, from changing the notebook all notes go in a notebook on Evernote to inserting arrows or highlights or annotations all the things Skitch used to do for Windows and mobile users.

All it takes is a click on the Evernote elephant-head icon.

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You probably get a lot of email. It's still the killer app for sharing information. When you get something worth storing—jokes, documents, code snippets, medical records, travel reservations, pictures from home, etc. To find your special address, check Account Info in the apps. Give that address out to other people and they can send things to your Evernote account as well.

Put the address in your address book on every platform. Use it. Abuse it. Basic users can email into Evernote a total of five times, then it stops working until an upgrade.

Which sucks, but Evernote needs the cash. The subject line will become the name of the note. You can make sure it's filed right by adding notebook ,! Here's an example: Lowes Hose download Receipt! Sometimes you have multiple notes that just go better together. It's easy to merge them in the desktop versions of Evernote Windows, Mac, and Web. Select multiple notes hold down the Shift key and click and you'll see a graphical version of them in a pile.

The options will be to email them, save the attachments in them, move them, or, of course, merge them. They'll all get one title, based on the first note you picked. If you have notes installed using discontinued Evernote extra apps like Food or Skitch, you can't access the notes in those apps after a merge.

Evernote storage is a metaphor, with notes inside notebooks. Well, notebooks can also be grouped together, inside "stacks. You can share notebooks, but can't share stacks. Any note filed in Evernote can get a reminder. Click the alarm clock icon over the note in the Web or desktop interface, and you'll get a drop-down calendar, with options to set a reminder tomorrow, in a week, or any time you'd like to go back and reference it.

There are lots of online and mobile to-do list apps that kick Evernote's butt, it's true. But if you're throwing your lot in with Evernote completely, it can't hurt to know how to make one. Create a new note and look on the text toolbar above it or below on the mobile apps for the Check Box tool. Insert one and you'll be on your way to creating a task list. This isn't so much about better use of Evernote as it is just a good idea: Turn on the Two-Step Verification feature.

You'll find it in the Account Settings. Enable it and a warning pops up—just continue, it's worth it for the peace of mind that comes from the extra step. When enabled, you'll require either a phone capable of receiving texts, or a smartphone running an authenticator app like Authy or Google Authenticator. Either method can provide the code you must enter in addition to your password.

For more on this kind of security, read Two-Factor Authentication: We live in a credit card world. That means getting receipts. Lots and lots of them, for every download. Some people like to keep them—it's handy to double check receipts against your statement or online account activity to prevent fraud. But that means a wallet or purse filled with stray papers.

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Instead, take a quick snapshot of your receipts with Evernote on your smartphone. Slap them all into a notebook called "Receipts," take the extra time to tag them by retailer if you like, and then you've got a storehouse of your downloading history. What's more, you can search them because Evernote turns words inside pictures into searchable text. Note, this also works great for take-out menus, store hours listings, posters, magazine articles you can't finish reading at the doctor's office, you name it.

There are many third-party apps like CamScanner free for iOS and Android that make the process of inputting the images even easier. Evernote's own apps on smartphones make it relatively easy to create new notes—actual text you write to yourself!

Plus they can add pictures and audio pretty simply. Put a brightly colored Post-it Note on a contrasting background, hold the camera phone up to the note, and it'll auto-scan into Evernote.

You can assign a Post-it color to a notebook, to automatically file them—you don't need to enter a notebook name. So for example, all yellow Post-Its could shunt directly into a "reminders" notebook.

It works with yellow, neon pink, electric blue, and limeade colors. Evernote used to sell Post-its itself, but killed its online marketplace. And while you'd probably be fine with regular, cheaper Mokeskine noteboooks, they come with three months of Evernote Premium for free one month with the Post-It Notes. If a page has a "Smart Sticker" on it they're included with the notebook , the mobile app can automatically file it in an Evernote notebook you pre-choose.

Evernote has become such a big part of people's online storage needs that it's integrated with just about every service out there. If you don't believe that, visit the Evernote App Center for a listing of featured Web apps , iOS apps , and Android apps that can send info to Evernote. Because it ties in with so many other services, you can use it to create recipe after recipe. Among the most popular things you can send to Evernote instantly: You can even create a diary of Facebook messages.

The list is practically infinite, limited only by your creative coupling of services and their triggers.

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Scanners are Evernote's best friend. Because, as with pictures or handwritten notes, every word in a scanned document is searchable within Evernote. You can go paperless in just hours or days, you packrat.

Other small sheet-fed scanners with software that supports Evernote direct uploads include Doxie. If you're really brave with your paperwork, send it all to Shoeboxed. They'll scan them and put them in your Evernote account. You can get five docs scanned per month for free. Rather than just forwarding a message, you can click a button in your mail to send a message, an attachment, even an entire thread of emails to Evernote or to Dropbox or OneNote.

Better yet, Powerbot also can access Evernote so you can attach an existing note to an outgoing message. You can publicly share an Evernote notebook as a blog. To do it, you sign up via your Evernote credentials at Postach. It's a breeze to create, and Postach.

You designate exactly what notebook it should pull from, and any note inside—from images to text to audio to documents—will become visible on the blog once it's tagged as "published.

Evernote's a must for any student—especially those prone to losing things. Scan in every handout and syllabus. Take pictures of the notes on the whiteboard and record audio of lectures right in the Evernote app. Type class notes right into the Evernote app directly. Use an Evernote Moleskine notebook for hand-written notes to scan later.

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Set up a shared notebook with friends in class to ensure no one misses out on notes or research materials. And of course, every bit of research on a project or paper should go in for searching.

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Take advantage of mobile apps like RefME that scan barcodes of books and then formats info about them to cite in papers. We've mentioned this a couple of times: Some call it a note-taking service, or an organization tool, or an archiving platform, but none of those terms are enough to convey just how much you can do with it.

Evernote is, quite simply, an online spot to store anything and everything you might find of interest, to read or utilize later. The more you add, the more useful it becomes.

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You can add to or access info on Evernote from the Web , full desktop programs for Windows which we give a full five stars in our review and Mac , or via mobile devices like iPhone , iPad , Android , or Windows Phone. Every single one of those interfaces has earned our Editors' Choice award.

That's a lot of awards.

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However, there is a new wrinkle: as of Aug. If you want full access on everything, as in the past, you need to pay for Premium Evernote. There are also Evernote extensions for Web browsers, a handwriting and drawing app for iPads , even hardware that makes it especially helpful to input hard copy info into the service, including a special scanner.

That doesn't even take into account the ecosystem of third-party software, apps, and services that make it a breeze to add items to your Evernote repository. There is even a version for Business users who want document sharing and collaboration tools in their teams. Extras are great, but they don't spell out just how to use Evernote.