Organizing with Evernote
I’ve partnered up with technology lifestyle expert Carley Knobloch to bring you some fun yet informative videos on various products and services related to technology that will help you get organized. I know I’m lacking in this area on the blog simply because I’m a little old school and haven’t really embraced what technology can bring to my life. I find that I simply don’t have the time it takes to get through the learning curve. I mean I still have to hand my cell phone to my 14 year old daughter if I want anything done on it. However what I love about Carley’s videos and why I’m excited to share them occasionally with you is that she really simplifies everything into just a couple of steps. The visual instruction really works well with me because I am very much a visual learner.
Today’s topic is all about Evernote, an online site that MANY of you have raved about to me in the past. Well you’ll be happy to know that I got it set up online (and even installed on my phone!) all by myself. I’m excited to see if this is something I will regularly use and if the need is there for me. Anyways if you’d like to learn more just watch the video below for more information and if you are an Evernote user already let me know what you love most about it.
Notes from Carley:
Look around your house. Are you seeing stacks of papers that you keep meaning to go through? Boxes and files bulging with stuff you put there for safe-keeping, but couldn’t find what you need if your life depended on it. Don’t worry, we won’t judge, it’s the exact overload we were facing that made us think there has to be a better way. Wouldn’t be amazing if you could store information you needed to remember in one place and more importantly, find it instantly, anytime, from anywhere. Good news! It exists, and it is a total game-changer. Evernote is a website, a free app, and an extension that builds functionality into tons of programs you already use. If you can email it, scan it, type it, snap it, recordit, or find it on the internet you can keep track of it all with Evernote. You won’t believe how simple it is to use, watch the video then forget about forgetting important information ever again.
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