Photos, emails, Slack conversations, web clips, audio, and more: Whatever your style, there’s a way to save the things you care about to Evernote.
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If you think that Evernote is a good place for taking notes, you’re right. But if that’s all you do with it, you’re missing out. Evernote can be your go-to tool for organizing your whole life, but first, you have to get it in there. Here are nine different ways to start. 1. Drag and drop The easiest way to save documents, images, or other files on your computer to
You’re just getting started with Evernote, and you’re asked to create your first note. What do you do with it? Make a shopping list? Write a poem? Plan your life? A blank page offers endless possibilities. Here are some cool ideas you can use to make that first note—and all the notes to follow—matter. Clear out your drawers and file cabinets All those warranty cards and user manuals. They collect