This versatile app can help you reduce your reliance on paper, allow you to collaborate with others, and boost your ability to get things done.
There are actually several methods you can use to save Google+ posts for later reading. Which method you choose will mostly depend on your own personal preferences and requirements. We'll review them all here.
One of the fantastic benefits of Apple's new mobile OS (iOS7) is that app after app is getting a makeover. Some are making a few minor design tweaks and adjustments to be more compatible with the upgraded OS, yet others are taking this opportunity to implement some pretty amazing improvements.
Count Evernote among the latter.
Many website studies report as much as half of our marketing time is spent in email. Others put it at a much higher percentage. As far as the rest of the day goes, one batch of studies have marketers working more than 12 hours a day while only accomplishing 6 hours' worth of real down in the trenches work. I would quote sources but the search for this information provided so many of them that I would not even know where to begin. Besides, if you are a marketer, you already knew this information.
One Note, Noteshelf, ePaper, Write, Free Note ... the note taking app market has gotten pretty crowded. But cream always rises to the top, and even after the giant market gobbler Google announced their app Keep!, the announcement put note taking apps before the public eye once again and Evernote's downloads increased as a result. The New York Times listed Evernote as one of ten must-have apps, and users listened.
Have you ever checked out Skitch? It's a service from the makers of Evernote that lets you easily mark-up and annotate pictures and websites, save them, and search for them later. It's an incredibly useful tool for communicating ideas or remembering key information.
Last week, Evernote released an update for Evernote for Mac that integrated Skitch into the application, and now that capability has been further integrated into their iOS apps for iPhone and iPad.
Have you ever wondered how people ran their businesses before they had modern conveniences like cell phones, laptops and the Internet? As smartphones and apps continue to advance in the technological landscape, it's even easier to manage your business remotely. Here are five must-have apps for any business owner:
Evernote, the note-taking tool that I have recommended repeatedly, has just added a really cool feature that I'm looking forward to using. Reminders.
According to the update, with Reminders you can:
- Never forget important and in-progress notes
- Adding a reminder pins the note to the top of your note list
- Add a due date to receive in-app and email notifications
- Mark notes as Done when you complete them
Evernote, the cloud-based note-sharing app and service, has announced in a blog post that they have observed and blocked suspicious activity on their network. As a result, all user passwords have been reset. According to the update: