Photos, emails, Slack conversations, web clips, audio, and more: Whatever your style, there’s a way to save the things you care about to Evernote.
The night in early 2016 was cold and clear, but inside the small jazz club in Old Lyme, Connecticut, the atmosphere was warm and inviting. Standing on the low stage at one end of the room, saxophonist Mike Casey was deep in concentration. His eyes shut tight, the young musician was focused on the creative interplay between himself, bassist Matt Dwonszyk, and drummer Corey Garcia. It was the biggest night
Finding what you’ve already found There are over 1.4 billion websites with 140,000 more added every day. That’s a lot of URLs. It’s why Google handles 5.5 billion searches a day, and why so many of those searches return millions of results. So finding the right information is tough. And once you’ve found it, you better not lose track of it. You might be thinking that’s what bookmarks are for.
Some things just go together. Peanut butter and jelly. Time and tide. Abbott and Costello. Web Clipper and Evernote. Adding the Web Clipper extension to your browser makes Evernote a more powerful and essential part of your day. Here’s why: 1) So quick, it’s kinda like cheating – If I think an article or piece of inspiration will come in handy one day, Web Clipper lets me make it mine.