36 Tips Every Evernote User Must Know

36 Tips Every Evernote User Must KnowWhat are the tips and tricks that will make you an Evernote master? We’ve got them here for you.

You’ve probably heard of Evernote. Some call it a note-taking service, or an organization tool, or an archiving platform, but none of those terms are enough to convey just how much you can do with it. Evernote is, quite simply, an online spot to store anything and everything you might find of interest, to read or utilize later. The more you add, the more useful it becomes.

You can add to or access info on Evernote from the Web, full desktop programs for Windows (which we give a full five stars in our review) and Mac, or via mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, Android, or Windows Phone. Every single one of those interfaces has earned our Editors’ Choice award. That’s a lot of awards.

However, there is a new wrinkle: as of Aug. 19, if you have the free basic version, you can only sync notes to a max of TWO devices (not counting the Web-based interface). If you want full access on everything, as in the past, you need to pay for Premium Evernote.

There are also Evernote extensions for Web browsers, a handwriting and drawing app for iPads, even hardware that makes it especially helpful to input hard copy info into the service, including a special scanner.

That doesn’t even take into account the ecosystem of third-party software, apps, and services that make it a breeze to add items to your Evernote repository. There is even a version for Business users who want document sharing and collaboration tools in their teams.

Extras are great, but they don’t spell out just how to use Evernote. There are no lack of methods and best practices for getting the most out of the service. From what you can store to how you store it, there’s plenty to try. The competition from Microsoft, the totally free OneNote, is also worth considering as it’s better for taking typed notes—but as an info storehouse, Evernote can’t be beat.

Evernote’s got some issues, business-wise. It was one of the first Silicon Valley “unicorns,” a company valued at a billion dollars before it made a cent. Now, it’s having trouble monetizing its platform: a buzzwordy way of saying it needs to make money, and that’s why it’s killing products like Clearly and charging for things that used to be free. But that’s the price we’ll pay if we want to keep this service around.

So here’s our take on the top tips you need to get the most out of Evernote. If you do it right, it’ll be the database of your entire existence, make your day-to-day life that much simpler, and hopefully keep the company in business for many years of storage to come.

 

4 Comments
  1. Reply Dee 04.08.2016 at 00:37

    Shame on me but i have never heard about Evernote master before… It seems to be a very smart thing so i`m definitely gonna explore and try it out. I just hope i`m clever enough for using it… hah

  2. Reply Yan 04.08.2016 at 17:09

    Evernote is a very good app. I always have all my phone in a mess. Because I can n’t qualitatively distribute my notes and write them to different pages. Yes, and the phone design is different from the notes of this app. In this app to store the necessary and important information much easier than in conventional notes. As soon as I learned about it I immediately established. Since I needed in order to my personal records. This app is a godsend for people like me. And if anyone doubts to install it or not and you think that you can do the usual notes I advise to install. Then you’ll feel a big difference between this. I love this app developers as they gave me the order.

  3. Reply Scarlett Miles 05.08.2016 at 07:56

    I use a handwriting and drawing Evernote app for iPad, it really helps me to make fast notes.

  4. Reply Jackie 06.08.2016 at 14:37

    That’s such a helpful information! Thank you very much for sharing it) I’ve been using this app for some time and i’ve never heard of these tips.I think it will be easier for me to use it 🙂

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