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This Year’s ‘Teacher’s Pet’? A Top-of-Class Productivity System

Great teachers need to stay organized. See how you can improve your workflow, refine your lesson plans, and help your students excel.

Help Your Grad Get Organized for Success at School

Starting the college experience can be overwhelming. Evernote is the right tool to help your kid organize and manage their time.

See Your Evernote Like Never Before With Home

Your new entry point to your content makes Evernote more personal and easier to use. It’s the fastest way for you to get to the things that matter most.

How To Stay Disciplined When Times Are Tough

Reaching your goals can seem impossible when the world feels out of control. Here’s how you can build self-discipline and keep moving in the right direction.

Introducing the New Evernote for Windows and Mac

Rebuilt from the ground up, our apps for Windows and Mac are now more consistent, more stable, and more intuitive to use.

Unlocking Evernote’s Future

The new Evernote for iOS is a major milestone in our journey to rebuild our apps, our infrastructure, and how we ship software. But it’s only the beginning.

Introducing the New Evernote for iOS

We’ve rebuilt our app for iPhone and iPad from the ground up to be more intuitive, more stable, and ever more useful. Take a look at what’s new.

5 Ways to Get Organized and Think Clearly

Being unorganized can lead to stress, decreased productivity, and a lack of focus. Here are five easy ways to organize your personal and professional life.

How Excessive Pressure Steals Your Productivity (and How to Take it Back)

New habits—even those that increase productivity—can fall apart under pressure. Learn how to bolster productive habits by thinking bigger than yourself.

How Toxic Habits Steal Your Productivity (and How to Take it Back)

This is the third post in our series on productivity thieves, those habits and distractions preventing you from achieving your full potential. Check out our previous posts on ‘fractured focus’ and ‘decision fatigue.‘ Have you ever gotten to work and not remembered how you got there? You must have brushed your teeth, taken a shower, and fought through traffic, but you don’t recall doing any of it.  This can happen

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