Evernote 101

As promised, I put together a brief Evernote tutorial today before school. I am not an expert and this is just some of the ways in which I am using this site to help me store and organize tweets, links, emails, voice notes, etc. If you know of other uses please comment and let me know so I can add it.

8 comments:

Ron Toledo said...

Hello Josh. This is Ron from Evernote. Thanks so much for taking the time to put together the tutorial and sharing it with your readers, we really appreciate user such as yourself sharing how they are using our app. One thing I noticed was you weren't using the desktop app I just wanted to make sure you were aware of our desktop app available to download (free of course)http://www.evernote.com/about/download/

Also not sure if you saw our Education Series on our blog going on right now: http://blog.evernote.com/2011/01/13/10-tips-for-teachers-using-evernote-education-series/ . We still have more guest posts and videos coming up so stay tuned.

Josh Stumpenhorst said...

I will have to check that out Ron. Thanks for the tip!

Kim Mc said...

Thanks for this reminder, I have been meaning to make time to start using Evernote.

Jerper said...

Make sure you are using the web-clipper too. Thats a wonderful tool.

kwaussie said...

Thanks for this post Josh.Your video is really clear and easy to follow. I'm going to put the link on our start of year PD presentation.

Dominique Dejonghe said...

Nice post Josh. Do you knowthe Evernote Essentials eBook. Have a look here: http://goo.gl/AUb8b (affiliate link). Might interest you also.

Tia said...

Thanks for sharing this Josh. I made sure I retweeted this. Awesome tutorial. I love this app on my phone. I can't wait to see examples of it used in education.

BEilers said...

Hi, Josh. I'm an Evernote user -- about a year now. Wondering if you also use diigo/delicious and, if so, how you decide what goes to EN and which to your bookmarking site?