Evernote is a master task manager that holds on to all the information you deem important and lets you access it anytime, anywhere, on any device.
The tech equivalent of a second brain, this smart note taking app lets you save all kinds of information.
You can save articles, videos, web links, photos, business cards… you name it. And you can write notes, make lists, set reminders, and collaborate with others inside the app itself.
But that’s not what makes Evernote really special.
You aren’t looking for another new tool to write notes in. If anything, you need less of that in your life right now.
What you want, is a tool that will help you keep track of all the information you deal with everyday and make it easy to find it again.
Evernote does just that.
It’s got a POWERFUL search algorithm that can search articles, notes, images, and handwritten text. Just think about how useful that can be.
Imagine you’ve scribbled down something important for work but you don’t have the time to type it up. All you’ve got to do is snap a pic of the note and save it to Evernote. The app will do the heavy lifting for you by transforming the picture of text into actual, searchable text.
With Evernote, you can take pics of whiteboards at meetings or quickly digitize your handwritten notes (assuming your chicken scrawl is legible…)
Evernote is THE NUMBER ONE REASON I can run a successful online business, manage a packed speaking schedule, spend time with my family, and do the things I love.
It’s my trusted partner, my digital brain.
Evernote makes it easy for me to save articles on the go, make notes on my phone, or snap pictures of business cards and documents. And knowing that I can access this info anytime by logging into my account on any device and searching for it, really cuts down on stress.
If you desperately need a tool that helps you make sense of all the information in your head, bookmarks, email, desktop, G-Docs, Dropbox, post-its, overflowing desk drawers, and all the other random places you’ve made notes in,
Mastering a tool like Evernote will help you get it all organized and this course will help you do it in 10 days.