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“Hey Siri! Create A Note In Evernote”

Inspiration can strike at the most unlikely times. Paul McCartney woke up one morning with “Yesterday” playing in his mind; Sir Isaac Newton (allegedly) developed his theory of gravity after an apple landed on his head. History is filled with stories like these, but how many great ideas were lost because there was no way of capturing them in the moment? Now, with the launch of Apple’s iOS 11, it’s

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Timeless Note-Taking Systems for Students

It’s time to head back to school, and to celebrate, eligible college students can now get 50 percent off Evernote Premium. How best to use it? Read this comprehensive guide to different types of note-taking, and decide which styles resonate with the way you think. The best part? They all work in Evernote. In classrooms and lecture halls around the world, millions of students—from elementary schools to the highest levels

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Getting Organized: Student Edition

If you’re getting ready to go back to school or just starting college, now is the time to get organized. Our recent Facebook Live event for college students, hosted by Dorothy Spira, covered everything you need to know about getting your stuff together with Evernote. Getting Organized: Student Edition We’re LIVE giving a tutorial on using Evernote for college! Learn how to keep notes, lectures, and schedules organized and easy

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Connect the Notes: Use Note Links to Get Around Faster

When you first get started in Evernote, you can probably get to what you need quickly. But as you start to add more notes, you may find that you don’t get around as fast as you used to. Scrolling, navigating, and searching—it all starts to take a little bit longer. Thankfully, there’s a highly underrated feature that is here to help: note links. A note link is exactly what it

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Take Evernote Back to School With These Student Templates

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 » Have you ever thought of school as something you can predict? No matter what class you take, the work that you do will be repeatable.  Maybe you’ve noticed that school tasks are exactly the same

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Evernote to End Support for BlackBerry and Windows Phone

Over the past year, we published a number of blog posts about ‘focus’ and the idea that you can achieve more by doing less—fewer things done better. As a company, we’re also trying to get better at staying focused. This means spending more of our time and resources on developing our core note-taking products, Evernote Web, Evernote for Android; Windows; Mac; and iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Of course, staying

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11 Advanced Search Techniques to Quickly Find What You Need

When you’re searching in Evernote, there are many different ways to go about whittling down the results. From simply typing into the box with the magnifying glass to more advanced search techniques such as using syntax, there’s a lot of options. While advanced search techniques may sound like a pretty intimidating topic that is somehow both mildly threatening and hopelessly out of reach, it’s really just a fancy way of

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Updates to Evernote’s Privacy Policy

Your notes are more than information; they’re extensions of yourself. The billions of notes stored in Evernote contain your most important ideas, projects, and memories. Keeping them safe for you is a tremendous responsibility. Today, we’re introducing an updated privacy policy, taking effect on July 3, that gives us the ability to improve your Evernote experience while maintaining our three laws of data protection: Your data is yours Your data

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Podcast: Tiago Forte on Productivity, Provocation, and Layering Knowledge

When it comes to productivity, there are plenty of people who want you to do things their way. Tiago Forte, a productivity consultant based in San Francisco, wants to help you think for yourself. “I try to provoke people,” he says. “I try to find what is becoming the common wisdom that ‘everyone’ knows, and just attack it. Because that gets people thinking.” In Part 1 of our podcast interview

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Passing Notes—A Better Way to Share Content From Conferences

How long do you think you can remember the content of a keynote or a speech after you’ve heard it? Aren’t there times when you wish you would have remembered a particular fact or quote from a speaker? While there are those lucky few who never seem to forget a thing, the majority of us are stuck with average retention skills. In fact, it may surprise you to learn that

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