Posts filed under: Evernote

In the last post, we examined the challenges involved with notes from meetings and phone calls. Follow-up is needed to ensure the to-dos and future appointments you trap in your notes are extracted and entered on your to-do list and...
Having an easy system to document the contents of phone calls, one-on-one conferences, and meetings is a crucial asset for any professional. Memories are fuzzy. What is written is permanent and as accurate years later as the day it was...
This video illustrates features of the new Evernote Web clipper for Chrome. I did notice a problem that for me was significant. Take a look at the video, and then we will discuss the problem.   One of my key...
This post is, for the most part, a re-post of information I shared in February. Last week, in The Daily Home, my article was an introduction to Evernote and invitation to create an account. In today’s column, and in this...
If you are a subscriber of The Daily Home, you may be here as a result of reading my column in today’s paper. Creating an account is the first and most important step in learning Evernote. Thanks to a recent...
If you are unfamiliar with Evernote, it is a web-based service allowing you to store information and access it from anywhere: your computer, tablet, phone, or any computer in the world with Internet access. That’s the best one-sentence explanation I...
Welcome to those who are subscribers to the School Leadership Briefing. This post is especially for you. If you are not a subscriber, that’s OK; the segment I recorded is being made available to all readers of this blog. Note:...
I am admittedly late coming to the Evernote table. The reason however, is that while it was filling a void for others, that same void simply has not existed for me. We all have notes to keep on a variety...