Exercises in divergent thinking can improve mental connections between unexpected ideas, inspiring creative solutions and unlocking “aha” moments.
There are now over 3.3 billion smartphones in the world, and 2.7 billion of those are Android devices. Or, to put it another way, over one-third of the world’s population now relies on an Android phone to stay connected, get organized, and feel more in control. So it’s crucial that the experience of using Evernote on Android should be seamless and intuitive. If you’re looking to capture ideas ‘faster than
If you’ve been following Evernote’s blog and Medium publication for any length of time, you know that we don’t prescribe a “best” way to organize your notes. Part of Evernote’s strength lies in its flexibility—offering you multiple techniques for keeping your life on track. Over the years a lively debate has sprung up between advocates of notebook-based organization and fans of tagging individual notes. We’ve often shared the viewpoint of
Getting your “money docs” in order may not be the most exciting thing on your to-do list, but it can make your life a lot easier. The good news is organizing and maintaining your financial information in Evernote is simple. Here’s how I do it. Before you get started, make sure to talk to your financial advisor or tax preparer to see if they have any organizing or document retention
Think of Evernote as the engine that helps keep your world running. If you peeled back the hood, you’d be surprised to see that there is the capability to create an engine that is reliable and trusty (like a Ford), or super sporty (like a Ferrari). But, how exactly do you get that engine working? No matter which ‘engine’ you desire, the important thing to remember is that the system
The power of Evernote is that there is no right or wrong way to use it. From audio notes to websites, it’s the perfect place to capture and store the content you need to be productive. The question we get from many users is how to organize the material they bring into Evernote. From notebooks to tags, you have the option to decide your own personal classification system. That taxonomy