Evernote Account Tier Changes

Evernote recently released new account tiers. What does this mean for you? If you've been paying for Evernote Premium, pricing changes will depend on where you live, and how you paid for your subscription. Paying by credit card directly to Evernote, PayPal, or In-App Purchase through the iTunes or Google Play store all have different … Continue reading Evernote Account Tier Changes

Six Years With Evernote

Six years ago today, I tweeted this: Today, Evernote is the one app I use every single day. My entire work day is structured with Evernote, I've built an extensive personal and professional knowledge base, collected recipes and receipts, and collaborated with people on numerous projects. If you haven't tried it yet, now would be … Continue reading Six Years With Evernote

A Journal in Evernote with Drafts

I started keeping a journal back in high school. It started as a series of Mac Write documents back in ’90. One file for each year. Eventually, I migrated to Microsoft Word, and then through a series of database applications; Access, FileMaker Pro, Lotus Domino, and Bento all served their personal purpose over the years. … Continue reading A Journal in Evernote with Drafts

TUESDAY TIPS: Removing Recent Notes From the Evernote Widget in iOS 8

Evernote users in iOS 8 May have noticed that they can add an Evernote widget to the Notification Center. It's an awesome way to quickly start a new note of any type. In one of the latest Evernote app updates, however, Recent Notes were added to the Notification Center.   If, like me, you'd rather … Continue reading TUESDAY TIPS: Removing Recent Notes From the Evernote Widget in iOS 8

TUESDAY TIPS: Evernote Scannable App

Looking for an even easier way to get paper into Evernote? Check out Scannable (iOS only for now.) The document camera in Evernote has been awesome for awhile. But it still requires you to open the Evernote app first. To quickly scan a document, business card, or Post-it Note and send it anywhere (including Evernote,) the … Continue reading TUESDAY TIPS: Evernote Scannable App

Tags and Saved Searches in Evernote

I’ve written about using Evernote for tasks before, but didn’t really go into the details.The Short Version Task comes in via email and gets forwarded to secret Evernote email address (with Reminder and tags in subject line) Task comes in via phone and gets manually entered into my default notebook From the default notebook, I … Continue reading Tags and Saved Searches in Evernote

QUICK TIP: Get OS X file or folder link to paste into Evernote

Sometimes a file is too large to attach to an Evernote note. Or you want to reference a folder on your hard drive in Evernote. I recently had this issue, so I made a quick Automator workflow that grabs the path to a selected file/folder, appends file:/// (necessary for Evernote to recognize it as a link,) and … Continue reading QUICK TIP: Get OS X file or folder link to paste into Evernote

Why Evernote is Now My Primary Reminder/Task App

Awhile back I wrote about the fairly recent integration between Remember the Milk and Evernote Reminders. Since then, I've dropped RTM in favor of Evernote and the Apple Reminders app (again.) Let me explain why.Let me start by saying there's nothing wrong with Remember the Milk. It's still one of my favorite task apps. But … Continue reading Why Evernote is Now My Primary Reminder/Task App

Use Evernote to be More Engaged in Meetings and Conversations

Rekindle RespectAre you guilty of this? During meetings or conversations, are you typing on your phone/tablet/laptop instead of giving the person speaking your full attention? Instead of looking you in the eye, the speaker is forced to stare at the top of your head while you gaze lovingly at a backlit screen, hammering away at … Continue reading Use Evernote to be More Engaged in Meetings and Conversations