I have been a fan of Evernote for a long time.
(Been a premium member since 2010.)
However, at some point, my Evernote usage tailed off, especially for notes.
I was using Moleskine notebooks for my handwritten notes, and Evernote only for saving articles and reference material.
Recently, I have brought Evernote back as a much larger part of my productivity tool set.
Here are 12 tips that got me using Evernote again as my primary note taking tool.
What do you use your smartphone camera for?
You probably use it to capture pictures of friends and family. (And maybe selfies!)
However, you might not think of your camera as a productivity tool.
Let your smartphone camera remember the details so that you don’t have to. (Tweet Quote)
Do you ever get an email in your inbox and wonder what the sender was thinking when they hit send?
(Or if they were thinking…)
Email is an amazing tool when used correctly. However, it is also one of the biggest time wasters in most companies.
Are you using email effectively or are you guilty of sending bad emails?
Apple is back with new iOS and iPhone updates.
iOS 7 is a revolutionary upgrade to the iPhone’s operating system. It manages to balance the new with the familiar that makes the iPhone so simple to use.
The new iPhone 5s has several new technologies that make getting things done even faster and easier.
Today, I want to share some of the new productivity features of iOS7 and the iPhone 5s.
How many times will you check email today?
Probably, so many times that you’ll lose track.
However, checking your email more often doesn’t make you more productive. In fact, it prevents you from getting your work done.
What would happen if you only checked your email twice today?
Do you want to go paperless, but are always on the go?
Or perhaps, you need to scan documents for your job while you are on the road.
It sure would be more convenient to have a scanner with you, instead of filing those documents back at the office.
Today, I want to share my experiences with the portable Doxie Go scanner.
It is small enough to travel with you without even being noticed.
I get asked often which apps I use to stay productive.
Today, I thought I would share my current productivity toolkit.
It changes from time-to-time as I am always testing new tools. (And of course, sharing them with you…)
Do you take notes across multiple platforms and devices?
Are you frustrated with the ability to create documents on your mobile?
I want to share how I write, take notes, and even blog on the go, no matter what platform I am using.
It’s called Markdown, and it’s a simple text-based method for writing your ideas. (Markdown experts can skip to below.)
Perhaps you’ve heard of Markdown, but didn’t know how to get started or use it. Or maybe you wrote it off as too complex, or only for web programmers.
Today, I will show you how easy Markdown is to use and how it can save you time.
Have you ever been in presentation that goes on and on?
Perhaps, it had more slides than Wikipedia has topics.
Or fancy graphs and animations that served to hypnotize the audience in a non-question asking lull.
The dreaded Death by PowerPoint.