Evernote – A way to organize your life!

Are you disorganised? Late for those crucial meetings? Forgot to pickup the kids from soccer practice? You NEED Evernote!!

Brad Wever presented an Evernote presentation to us, explaining what is Evernote and how can we use Evernote? We do a lot of our work on computers these days. We carry our smartphones with us everywhere. We’re addicted to checking our email. We live in a world dominated by information. Evernote allows us to start using an all-in-one tool that to help us create and organise all of that information? Evernote has become the ultimate notetaking and archiving tool of choice when it comes to getting things done.

Evernote is a cloud-based software service meant for creating, organising and storing various pieces of media. Whether it’s a text document, a photo, a video, an audio file or even a webpage, Evernote keeps all of your information stored up in cloud through your very own personal Evernote account.
Why Use Evernote?
Evernote is useful for both personal and professional aspects of your life. If you use a computer at work and a computer at home, accessing files from either machine through Evernote is much easier than emailing it to yourself or saving it to a USB every time you update it. Evernote automatically syncs everything up between your devices whenever you upload something new or make any changes to your notes or files.

You can use Evernote for something as simple as a shopping list, which you could create on a computer and later access from your smartphone when you’re shopping. Alternatively, you could use Evernote for business purposes by sharing files and collaborating on projects with colleagues.

“Evernote’ by Joe Ross is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

http://www.chinatopix.com/articles/14092/20141003/evernote-revealed-new-updates-and-apps.htm

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One thought on “Evernote – A way to organize your life!

  1. This is excellent information about Evernote. I have never used it, but I can see how useful it can be in staying organized. I usually use Google Apps, but would be interested in comparing the two to see which works better for me.

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