Evernote syncs notes between devices. That’s kind of its thing. We want you to have everything that’s important to you at your fingertips no matter where you are or what you’re doing. When you don’t have to worry about where you saved things, you can be more productive. Then you can focus on the creative, personal, or professional task at hand.
That’s one reason to get Evernote on your computer. But that’s not all.
There are also some really cool features that are only available on desktop, or are just better on the big screen. Here are a few things you might not know you can do with Evernote on your computer:
Read Five Reasons to Get Evernote on Your Desktop at the Evernote Blog.
Evernote isn’t just a great tool for organizing your genealogy, it’s also makes a good tool for analyzing the information you find.
Source: Genealogy Insider – Three Ways to Get a Closer Look at Your Genealogy With Evernote
I consider Evernote to be one of the most essential tools for genealogists as well as for almost everyone else who owns a computer. See https://goo.gl/EN9h9f for my past articles about Evernote. The more I use it, the more valuable Evernote becomes. I now have more than 4,000 notes in Evernote covering a wide variety […]
via Scan and Annotate with the new Evernote for Android — Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter
Kerry has created an impressive reference for anyone using Evernote to manage their family history. If will support the needs of the beginner as well as the experienced user. You’ll find a complete review at Moultrie Creek Gazette.
Kindle – $12.99
Print – $22.91
Evernote offers a number of video demonstrations showing you how to put Evernote to use. Each of the links below take you to a playlist page showing a series of video tutorials that will help you get started with Evernote.
Getting Started with Evernote: Windows Tutorials
Getting Started with Evernote: Mac Tutorials
Once you understand how Evernote works, you’ll want some ideas on how to put it to work in your genealogical research. You’ll find a growing series of articles discussing Evernote in genealogy right here at Genealogy 101. Just click on the vertical orange bar at the left edge of the screen and scroll down until you see the Tag Cloud. Click the “Evernote” tag to display all articles related to Evernote.
Are you a Gmail user? Would you like to send some or all of your messages to Evernote? The Evernote Web Clipper also clips Gmail messages. DocumentSnap shows you how . . . Evernote Web Clipper Gmail Capture – Archive Your Email With A Click.