||Evernote is the easy and powerful way to remember everything, from lifelong memories and vital information to daily reminders and to-do lists.
Everything you store in your Evernote account is automatically synced across all of your devices, making it easy to capture, browse, search and edit your notes everywhere you have Evernote, including smartphones, tablets, computers and on the Web.|
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||[Kindle book - $12.99] A fun, informative guide written in plain English that tells you everything you need to know to get off to a great start with Evernote.|
|How to Create a Table of Contents In Evernote
||By creating a table of contents with Evernote, you can seamlessly tie notes together for quick access later.|
|How to Use Evernote for Genealogical Research - Evernote Blog
||Jordan Jones describes how he uses Evernote to manage his family research.|
||The digital note-taking app for all your devices.
Your stuff travels with you on your computers, tablets and phones. Get OneNote for any of your devices or use it on the web.|
|Organize Your Genealogy In Evernote In 10 Easy Steps
||[Kindle book - $1.50] You will learn how to create notes, how to create stacks, how to set up a hierarchical structure for tags, how to create virtual genealogy binders, easy ways to transfer your computer files into an Evernote Note, and more. |
|Scannable: A New Mobile Scanning App from Evernote
||From the Evernote Blog: Point the app at your receipt, business card, or document, and Scannable captures it. No buttons. No fussing with edges. No tweaking color. It’s all automatic. Once scanned, each image is queued to a tray within the capture window, making it easy to quickly review or chain together multiple scans.|
||The simplest way to keep notes.
Light, clean, and free. Simplenote is now available for iOS, Android, Mac, and the web.|