7 of the Most Practical Uses for Evernoteby [email protected]April 18, 2017Evernote6 Welcome! We’ve updated the post that lived here, reworked the podcast episode, and added video. You are one click away from the new content. Come over to “7 Great Uses for Evernote.” Evernote Share this post Previous Next [email protected] Related Posts How to Improve Your Writing with Evernote AI Edit Evernote: 14 New Features Added to the Free Plan An Example of How to Use Your “Second Brain” How to Use Google Drive as Your “Second Brain” The Evernote Web Clipper: How to Make the Most of the Magic Article Comments Dr. Frank Buck May 5, 2017 5:30 pm Reply This comment was made by a reader on Twitter: I love Evernote for classroom visit notes…easy to share with Ts and for Educate Alabama documentation #organized — Amy VanAllen (@amyvawp8) April 19, 2017 The_Repentant_Curmudgeon May 25, 2017 8:20 am Reply Great post! My main use for Evernote is saving clips from online articles (using Evernote’s wonderful Web Cliipper), screenshots of pages from ebooks, and photos of book highlights from the paper books I read (I LOVE scannable). When I first started using Evernote I thought it would be like having perfect recall of everything I wanted to remember, which is mostly stuff I read. And it was…for the first hundreds notes or so. The problem is that once you accumulate hundreds or thousands of notes (like me), the difference between saving something and not saving something is negligible. I drop a new note into my ocean of notes, soon forget about it, and it’s gone forever. Evernote has great organizational tools, but my problem isn’t organization. It’s remembering all the stuff I organize. Yesterday, someone pointed me to this post: http://crusoe.co/remember-what-you-read/ Intriguing. Dr. Frank Buck May 25, 2017 9:26 am Reply Thanks for the feedback. You make a good point. It’s much like the public library. If you know what you are looking for, you can find it. as often as not, when I go to the shelf to retrieve the book, I see two more books right beside it that look interesting but had no idea there were there. I have already added “Research crusoe.com” to my task list. The_Repentant_Curmudgeon May 25, 2017 12:39 pm Reply Actually it’s crusoe.co (which tells me it’s a startup that didn’t want to invest development resources into their domain name!) Dr. Frank Buck May 25, 2017 1:03 pm Reply Thanks! crusoe.co it is! Leave a Comment Cancel CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Comment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.