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Speed Up Evernote Workflows with Zapier’s Multi-Step Zaps

Although we’d love to imagine that Evernote is the only app you’ll ever need, the reality is most of us use a lot of different apps throughout the day, and juggling them can be a headache. That’s why we love Zapier, which made our list of Evernote Business Essentials and was one of our platform awards finalists in 2014. Zapier connects Evernote with over 500 apps, including MailChimp, Trello, Eventbrite, Stripe, or Pipedrive,

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Resolve to Stay on Track in the New Year

A new year is upon us, which means it’s time to break out the champagne and survey the months ahead. It’s only natural to think in terms of fresh starts and new opportunities when the calendar changes, whether that means improving our health, acquiring a new skill, or picking up a neglected hobby. But as many of us know, resolving to change is one thing. Making those changes stick is

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Evernote and the Brain: Designing Creativity Workflows

One of the classic debates for Evernote organization essentially is, ‘to tag or not to tag.’ From Michael Hyatt to Thomas Honeyman, thousands upon thousands of you have relied on tags as your primary organizational system. But, the power of Evernote is in its flexibility. Tiago Forte offers up a different approach. Tiago posits that Evernote is a thinking tool. You can create your own digital system that systematically helps

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How Great Writers use Evernote: Best-selling Author Jeff Goins

We tend to picture the world’s great thinkers and artists toiling alone in laboratories and garrets, waiting for a spark of divine inspiration. But great ideas are not hatched in a vacuum. Mozart didn’t construct entire symphonies alone at the piano. Einstein’s theory of relativity was dependent on the work of friends and colleagues. Best-selling author Jeff Goins debunks this lone genius mythology by reminding us that innovation is derived

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Sketching in Notes Arrives on iPad and iPhone

The note is a super flexible creation and collection space. You can write, snap photos, record audio, clip web pages, and add files to it. Today, we’re expanding that functionality on iPhone and iPad to include one of our most-requested features: sketching inside the note. Update to the latest version » Sketching is great for a quick drawing or a handwritten note-to-self. It works with your finger, our Jot Script,

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A unified job library for Android

Android provides three different APIs to run tasks in the future. All of them have their benefits and downsides. The AlarmManager’s API has changed over time, so you need to be careful which method you use on which platform. The JobScheduler is only available on Android Lollipop and Marshmallow, whereas the GcmNetworkManager is only available on devices with Google Play preinstalled. There are three options with changing API levels, so

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Meet Evernote’s Next CEO, Chris O’Neill

Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill (left) and Evernote Co-founder and Executive Chairman Phil Libin. A new chapter at Evernote starts next week: Chris O’Neill will be our next CEO. Wow. That’s a big sentence for me to write. I have to stop for a minute. Eight years ago, a bunch of us came together in California to build something important. We saw an opportunity to change what people expected from productivity tools.

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How Adam Savage uses Evernote from Inspiration to Completion

Check out behind the scenes footage from The Robotic Spider Project, a collaborative venture featuring Adam Savage, Jamie Hyneman, and Evernote.   Long before the science, there was the story.  Adam Savage became known for testing the limits of science on the popular Discovery Channel TV series “Mythbusters,” but he began his career designing props for Hollywood films. When you watch an episode of the myth-busting television program, you get a sense of

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Plan, Publish, and Promote Content With Evernote + CoSchedule

We love our writers. In the past year, we’ve featured best-selling authors, influential bloggers, and journalists who use Evernote to capture ideas, manage research, organize plot elements, and write. You don’t have to be Neil Gaiman or Susan Orlean to make an impact with your writing. These days, we’re all writers. It doesn’t matter if you manage a corporate blog or do content marketing. That’s why we’re very excited to

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How to Use Email and Reminders to Power Productivity

Evernote provides many different tools to power your productivity and fuel the success for all your projects. Mike Vardy is a writer, speaker, productivity strategist, and recently wrote about how he uses Evernote features like notebook organization, email, and reminders to help him tackle his monthly writing and an upcoming book project. This post is an excerpt from a post published by Mike Vardy on the Productivityist blog about how he uses

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