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How Do You Evernote?

Using the #HowDoYouEvernote hashtag, we invite everyone to screenshot, record, write, and post about all the ways that you use Evernote.

How Evernoters Use Evernote: Alie’s Whirlwind of Activity

If you looked at Alie Bui’s daily schedule, you’d think she has more hours in the day than the rest of us. Alie is both a center of calm and a bundle of energy. Outside of her formidable duties at Evernote, she’s a jeweler. A metalsmith. A craftswoman who dabbles in everything from resin casting to soap-making to creating natural fabric dyes. A bartender. A floral arranger. A baker. A

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Uncovering Templates, the Hidden Gem of Evernote

Update (September 24, 2018): There’s a new way to find, manage, and use note templates in Evernote. Visit our template gallery to browse pre-made templates you can add to your Evernote account. Learn more » One of the advantages of Evernote is flexibility. When you get a brand new account, it comes as an empty vessel to fill up with your ideas. That being said, sometimes a blank slate can

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Evernote at the Holidays: Making a List, Checking it Twice

It’s officially the start of the holiday season, so we checked in with Evernote’s holiday productivity expert Brian Tobin to learn some tips to help you become more productive over the next hectic month. But Brian, the technical program manager at Evernote, isn’t thinking about the holidays. He’s thinking about a teddy bear. Brian just made a recreation of his childhood teddy bear as a present for his mother. Not

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Taking Note: 5 Ways We Can Learn About Note-Taking from da Vinci

This post is part of an ongoing series, “Taking Note,” which outlines the history and styles of note-taking. In this series, we explore how taking notes can improve your creativity and all the work you set out to accomplish. Anatomist, botanist, artist, engineer, geologist, inventor, musician, philosopher, polymath, sculptor, scientist, and writer. Without a doubt, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was one of the most brilliant people to ever walk the

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