There’s a certain point in life when every single one of us has so many commitments, tasks and responsibilities that you can’t possibly remember them all. In the past smart people carried a little notebook and a pen around to keep track of everything that’s on their mind and all the things they had to to. Fortunately we now have software and apps to help us organize our daily lives. Welcome to Evernote.
Of course this little video is advertising Evernote, but it also explains some of the amazing things you can do with it. Let’s look at how I personally use Evernote to give you a better understanding of how it works and why you should consider using it as well.
With Basic and Simple included I’m in charge of managing and creating content for four different websites. When I’m not busy with that, I’m studying law and burn the rest of my time meeting friends, hanging out with my girlfriend and working a part-time job. You see, I’m not the busiest person in the world, but I’ve got my fair share of responsibilities and tasks to take care of. Great story, but how is Evernote helping you with all of that stuff you might ask.
Well, I’ve got a separate notebook for all of my websites, one for work and one for my friends and my girlfriend. Whenever I have a new idea for an article on any of the websites, I create a note in the specific notebook. Whenever my friends and I meet up and I’m supposed to bring something, I create a note in the specific notebook. Whenever I have remember something really important at work, I create a note in the specific notebook. You get the idea. Now that’s not really special. Many programs and apps allow you to keep notes like that. What lifts Evernote above the rest is its cloud sharing ability and the option to tag all your notes which makes searching for them considerably easier. And the best of all is that you have all of these notes available on all of your devices. I personally have it installed on my laptop, my phone and my PC at home and I couldn’t be happier with it.
If you’re searching for a efficient way to store and organize everything in your life, it might very well be in your best interest to give Evernote a try.