The new year is a great time to create some new habits and get more organized. Evernote can be your option to organize all of your paper clutter and easily locate the documents you need.
I am a self-professed Evernote-aholic. My short term memory seems to be worthless these days so Evernote
is my brain backup. Anything I need to remember and easily access is
kept in Evernote. Much to my kids chagrin I now have a note to remind me
if they are grounded and for how long.
Evernote is available on the web at Evernote.com, on my iPhone, my iPad, and is also installed on my pc
as a program. No matter where I create the note Evernote will sync it
to all of my devices and the web automatically. I can add photos, voice
memos, use the iOS microphone to transcribe notes, or just do 1,2,3 and
bullet point lists.
If you want a brain backup or maybe just want to use less sticky
notes, memo pads, or paper in general..you need to get Evernote now! If
you don’t believe me then I challenge you to read my list of 101 Uses
for Evernote. I promise you will find ways that you too can use this
tremendous tool. Did I mention that Evernote is FREE!
Come back for future blogs on how to create notebooks, share notes, use Trunk apps, and backup your folders from your hard drive to Evernote.1.Serial numbers and codes for lockboxes2.Track weight loss3.Home buying notes4.Meeting notes5.Class notes6.Grocery list7.Backup hard drive folders8.Save photo of parking spot at airport9.List of vendors10.Checklists11.Local restaurants12.Tourist attraction info13.Passcodes14.Business Expenses15.Project Management16.Clothes and shoe sizes17.Schedules18.Save website pages to read later19.Recipes20.Favorite wines21.Paint colors22.Sizes of filters in your house23.List of prescriptions24.Printer info for buying new ink25.Photos of items in your home for insurance26.List of goals27.To do lists28.Keep manuals for electronics29.Scan children’s art and report cards30.Save photos to show your hairstylist31.Sizes of windows in your house32.Blog or article ideas33.Travel itinerary34.Client testimonials35.Record audio of a meeting36.Take photos of homes37.VIN38.Pictures of whiteboards with notes39.Router and wireless info40.Record dates of battery replacement in smoke detectors41.Login names42.Email server information43.Class schedule for your gym44.Automatically backup your tweets with IFTTT45.List gift ideas46.Keep a wish list for yourself47.List all of your CDs and DVDs48.Mark areas of interest on map with Skitch49.Create templates with KustomNote50.Save phone screen shots51.Photos of items in your home for insurance52.Save your favorite Podcasts53.Document workflow54.Share information with family55.Packing list for trips56.Use Hello Fax to send faxes from Evernote57.Keep copies of emails58.Write your first novel59.Information about people you meet with Hello60.Create flashcards with Study Blue61.Plan a garden62.Save copies of text messages using MySMS63.License plates numbers64.Insurance card copy65.Receipt tracking with Shoeboxed66.Scan and save everything with ScanSnap67.Use the microphone on iOS to transcribe notes68.Document car accident69.Filter size for fridge70.Save copies of birth certificates71.List of important dates72.Bucket List73.Decorating ideas74.Layout of your backyard paradise75.List of books to read76.Wedding planning77.Birthday party planning78.Save articles for reference79.Marketing checklist80.Useful website links81.List of favorite movies82.Notes on house remodeling83.Favorite restaurant menus84.Inventory of household goods85.Moving checklist86.Flight e tickets87.Favorite quotes88.List of contractors89.Email templates90.Tracking party RSVPs91.List of phone numbers for your credit cards92.Room dimensions for decorating93.Track toll tag usage94.Children or pet vaccinations95.Retain reservation confirmations for hotels/air96.Directions to friend’s house97.Name of favorite waitperson at restaurant98.Color/brand of clothing, makeup, shoes, etc…99.Budget100.Keep this list of 101 Uses for Evernote101.Anything you need to remember!List created by Nicole Boynton – The Go-to Geek