Evernote Introduction – For What You Can’t Remember
I take notes all the time. I take notes on the books I’m reading, the classes I take, the things I experience and even my shopping list can be found in my notes! I’ve tried many ways to organize all of this information, things like paper, standard notes or trying to memorize. Research has proven that it’s better to write notes down on paper, however, out all the things I’ve tried, there is just one app/website clearly better than the rest for taking notes… Called Evernote. Evernote, an app/website that makes it easier for you to take notes! Here I’m going to give you a short and sweet Evernote Introduction – For What You Can’t Remember.
Evernote is, in my opinion, the best way to create and save notes for all your devices. You can easily download Evernote on your mobile phone or tablet or access the website at Evernote. After you’ve created an account, you’re good to go! You can create notebooks on specific subjects, where you can store all the notes in. For instance, I’ve created notebooks on business books, health books, social books and so on. Now, I can look for my notes on specific topics by simply looking through the notebooks! But this isn’t the only thing that makes Evernote great… Here’s a great article that gives 50+ tips on how Evernote can really be put to good use.
Evernote is completely free for us everyday users. However, it does offer three
paid plans (Plus, Premium and Business) that all have just a little bit more to offer. Here is a short overview of all the plans:
|Basic – Free||Plus – €19,99 p/y||Premium – €39,99 p/y||Business – €120 p/y|
|– Copy pages from the web
– Share notes
– Synchronize on all devices
|– Basic Functions
– Save emails
– Access notes while offline
– Add passcode
|– Plus Functions
– 10GB of new upload space per month
– Turn notes into presentations
– See content related to notes
|– For teams, individuals and administrators
– Collaborate on notes
I don’t recommend starting off with the paid plans since the free one is just fine!
Evernote is definitely my favourite way to take notes and access them from basically everywhere! I hope you’ll give Evernote a shot and experience it for yourself!
That being said… If you have any questions about Evernote, don’t hesitate to ask them in the comment section below!
Thank you for reading! ~ Joey