These Evernote Tutorials cover everything from choosing what plan is right for you to creating an organization structure for your notes to decluttering an old account.
I have been an Evernote fan since 2008 and have learned a few tips and tricks over the years.
The platform has evolved and gone through many changes. In it’s current form, I feel like it is the best Evernote yet and I use it every day to keep my life organized.
If you are looking for a powerful note taking app where you can capture all the important bits of information that float around you every day, then why not give Evernote a try?
Most people will find that Evernote Personal is a perfect choice for their note taking needs.
- Customize Your Home Dashboard with Widgets
- Link Notes to Your Google Calendar
- Mark Up Images and PDFs
- Save Your Searches
- Create Customized Templates
- Sync Your Notes Across All Your Devices
How to Use Evernote Effectively
Use these Evernote Tutorials to learn how to use the app more effectively.
The key is to have a plan and practice it consistently so you create habit of incorporating Evernote into your daily life.
When Evernote becomes part of your routine, it will be easy to find the information that you have stored there.
This overview of Evernote tells you a bit about the app and how it can help you organize your every day life.
Learn about the features inside Evernote and about the different plans.
Learn how to download Evernote and install it on all your devices.
The power behind Evernote is the way that it handles ... notes. So, your job is gather all the important information in your life and move it in.
Luckily, Evernote gives you tons of ways to capture notes!
Here are just some of the ways to create notes:
- type them in
- and so much more.
This Evernote tutorial goes over the ways to create notes.
Even though Evernote has a powerful search feature, it is a good idea to create an organization structure that you can follow when saving things in the app.
This tutorial walks you through some ideas for using notebook stacks, notebooks, keywords, and tags to organize your notes.
Another way to get notes into Evernote is to scan them. This tutorial shows you how to do it.
In Evernote you create notes which live inside Notebooks that you also set up. But sometimes you need an additional level of structure. This comes in the form of Notebook Stacks.
This tutorials shows you how to organize your notebooks into stacks to keep everything organized.
The new version of Evernote has a very useful Home Screen or dashboard. If you haven't seen it yet you should check it out.
Basically it is like a command center, not only for Evernote but also for your calendar and tasks.
If you are on a paid version of the app then you can customize this home screen with a variety of widgets.
This is my go to place before I start each day so I can see everything that I need to get done on my projects.
This tutorials goes over the new Home screen and gives you ideas on how to use it.
If you aren't sending your important emails to Evernote you are missing out on one of it's best features.
While I try to keep my email inbox organized by using folders, I would often waste precious time looking for that one email that was buried somewhere inside.
Now, I forward my emails directly to my Evernote account and they land right in the correct notebook where I want them to go.
It is so easy and I can find my correspondence so much faster.
This tutorial shows you how to set up email forwarding to Evernote.
Evernote just introduced a new feature called Tasks in Web Clipper. Now it is even easier to create "to do" items from things that you come across on the web.
In this tutorial, I show you how to use this feature and provide you with some real world examples.
More Tutorials Are On The Way
These tutorials cover a lot of the basics of Evernote.
I am also constantly publishing new content – so be sure and check back often as I will keep this index page updated.
If you are looking for information and ideas on how to use Evernote and would like me to post a tutorial to help you out – leave a comment below and I will try my best to address the issue.