If you haven’t heard of Evernote, you will be amazed by what it can remember! If you have heard of it, and are not an Evernote user, my goal is to help you understand the two main benefits of using Evernote.
What is Evernote
Evernote is a cloud-based service that allows you to save anything you want and find it instantly. While there are a lot of cloud services that allow you to save stuff, only Evernote helps you find your stuff instantly.
Evernote Excels At Two Things:
1. Evernote Captures Almost Anything
Evernote integrates with just about any system that you have. It’s browser extensions allow you to capture web pages with just one click. Your own dedicated email address lets you forward emails, tweets, and any other stuff directly to Evernote.
Evernote also supports IFTTT (If This Then That) which you can set-up to automatically send content from other services to your account.
2. Evernote allows you to find everything instantly
Searching for your stuff in Evernote is simple and easy. Do you want to find your travel itinerary, meeting notes, your to-do list, or even an old bill? It can find it quickly and easily.
Evernote does this by making everything searchable. It does this with images, PDF’s, text, and even your doodles. If you save a document in Evernote, and search for a single word, it will find it for you.
The biggest benefit of Evernote is that you can access all of your stuff from anywhere – your iPhone, iPad, MacBook Air, and any computer with an internet connection.
Evernote Essentials normally sells for $29, but version 4 was just released and it’s only $14.99 for a very limited time. If your wondering if it’s worth your money don’t worry — Evernote Essentials comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If you don’t love it, ask for a refund within 30 days and it’s yours, no questions asked.
Question: Are you an Evernote user? If so, how do you use Evernote? Comment here.