The above Evernote tutorial for the 2015 interface demonstrates how to use all of the primary features of the cloud-based version of Evernote.
Evernote is a collaborative note taking application that runs via browser, or as a standalone application for Mac OS X, Windows, Android and iPhone.
Evernote offers a premium and business version for advanced power users but the free version of Evernote definitely contains a rich set of features for the average user.
This overview tutorial covers most of the primary features of Evernote. It is pretty fast paced so remember to pause and rewind when necessary. The features covered in this tutorial include:
- A tour of the cloud-based Evernote user interface.
- How to create new notes.
- How to set reminders for notes.
- How to share notes.
- How to create new notebooks.
- How to organize notes, notebooks and tags.
- How to share notebooks with other users.
When you use Evernote, all of your data is stored in the cloud. This means that you can open any version of Evernote on any device and, as long as that device has an internet connection, all of your notes, notebooks and other data will be available.
If you would like to see specific features of Evernote covered in detail or if you would like to see a specific version of Evernote (Mac OS X, Windows, iPhone, Android), please let me know in the comments section and I’ll try to publish additional Evernote content based on the requests.
Don’t forget to check out my other Google Apps tutorials, you can find all of my 2015 “quick start” tutorials on YouTube.
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