I’m not a naturally organised person but Evernote has helped me no end. This is the post I did for 23 things RHUL on Evernote to give some background about what it is.
There is far more to it than just a notebook. I asked Twitter for examples of innovative uses and the following replies came back:
— Jo Alcock (@joeyanne) February 7, 2013
@melon_h depends on your idea of interesting, but use it for recipes using tags for retrieval. Also knitting, as can use checkbox for rows.
— Lynne Meehan (@_moo_) February 7, 2013
Not being a knitter I have no real idea what Lynne means but it sounds good! I also use it for recipes. This notebook contains them. What is absolutely brilliant about this is that you can search by ingredient. You might have chicken to use up, search your recipes and all the recipes with chicken are there. Brilliant.
Samanatha Halford takes it further and tags ones in cookbooks:
— Samantha Halford (@samanthahalf) February 1, 2013
Or there is the fact you can create a blog post and share it to WordPress:
— Jessica (@netaxia) February 1, 2013
There is also a facility called Evernote clearly which strips away websites so you can see it clearer which has real educational advantages for people with some additional needs. Here is this blog’s home page:
This is a video about Evernote Clearly which shows a bit more about what it does: