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Master Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Organizing Your Life with Evernote (Plus 75 Ideas for Getting Started) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

S.J. Scott
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LEARN:: How a Simple App Can Organize Your Life and Help You Get Things Done

Are you struggling with being organized? Do you have too much to do? Tired of forgetting important ideas or reminders?

The truth is we're surrounded by so much "noise" (ideas, T.V., social media and advertising) that it's hard to slow down and keep track of the truly important things. One way to fix this problem? The Evernote app.

EVERNOTE:: The Solution to "Life Clutter"

Once upon a time, you needed a complex filing cabinet system and great organizational skills to keep up with all your "life clutter." And often, you had to maintain a series of notebooks to remember important facts, thoughts and random pieces of information.

With Evernote, those days are now in the past. What you get with this tool is the perfect idea capture mechanism and a place to store every important thought, document or future plan. You'll learn how to do all these things in the book: "Master Evernote".

DISCOVER: Master Evernote - The Unofficial Guide to Organizing Your Life with Evernote

In "Master Evernote," you'll discover how to make Evernote an essential part of your everyday life. Not only will you learn the basics of this tool, you'll also get a framework to develop the "Evernote Habit" for organizing your daily activities. Not only will you learn the basics, you'll also discover a wide range of advanced tools and tactics. Plus you'll get 75 ideas for getting started with Evernote.

You will learn:

  • 4 Reasons to Use Evernote

  • Basic Features Like: Notes, Notebooks, Stacks and Tags

  • 5 Steps for Organizing Your Life with Notebooks

  • Tagging: Why is it Important and 7 Best Practices

  • Advanced Tools Including OCR, Automated Email Deliver, IFTTT Recipes and Web Clipper

  • Why "Evernote Search" is the Secret to Simple Organization

  • How to Apply the "Getting Things Done" Method with Evernote

  • How CamScanner Can Create a Paperless Lifestyle

  • Web Clipper: The Best Tool for Collecting Digital Content

  • 15 "Must-Have" Add-Ons to Use with Evernote

  • ...Plus 75 Simple Ideas for Getting Started with Evernote

Evernote is one of the most versatile around. All you need is an action plan for getting started. With "Master Evernote," you get that simple blueprint.

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I wasn't new to Evernote at all when I purchased this book, I have used it for over a year already now. So the introduction and even the advanced section of the book didn't have too many new things in store for me.

However, the 75 ideas on how to use Evernote were worth the price for me alone. Evernote is like a Swiss army knife. There's just so many things you can do with it, so you need someone to give you some inspiration. This is exactly what I wanted and got from this book.

If you're all new to Evernote, you will also get a basic introduction to the app that I would consider pretty good, so it would be doubly worth purchasing the book. You might still feel overwhelmed afterwards, but you can use the book again as a reference later on. Just get started using Evernote, its integrated search is so great that you will love it even if you just use it as a shoe box and dump everything in one notebook. Then you can use the strategies from this book to get everything sorted.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen My thoughts on this book 9. Juli 2014
Von Henri Junttila - Veröffentlicht auf
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Before I start, I just want to mention that I received a complimentary copy of this book. However, if I would not have liked this book, I would have said so.

With that out of the way, here are my thoughts:

I started using Evernote seriously a few few months ago, and I found this book extremely helpful.

This book is broken down into three sections:

1. How to use Evernote (even if you've never used it before)
2. Advanced Evernote strategies (I loved these)
3. How to use Evernote to organize your life

I was happy to discover that the author likes using tags as much as I do. Now, this doesn't discount notebooks, but I've found them a bit tedious. I find tags faster when I'm trying to find something. But this also assumes that you have a solid tagging system in place. That comes with trial and error.

If I'd had this book when I started using Evernote, it would've saved me days. I spent hours browsing the internet trying to find someone who used Evernote in a way that made sense to me.

I knew I wanted to use Evernote. I saw the value in it. But I didn't know how exactly to do it. And this problem kept me from using Evernote for years, until I decided to sit down and learn what it was all about.

So what did I find most useful in this book?

1. Using tagging more effectively, and planning my tags so that I can actually remember them when it comes time to find what I'm looking for. (This is critical when your Evernote "filing cabinet" grows).

2. Using the search function better by knowing what commands work for what. I already knew quite a few of these, but I found a few more that I didn't know about, such as: Putting a * after a search. This is especially effective if I've forgotten if a tag of mine had multiple words or not. For example, if I have a tag on "being yourself" I could type in "tag:being*" and I'd get any and all tags with the word being in them.

3. Sending emails to my Evernote account and have them turn up with specific tags and in a specific notebook. I knew I could send email to Evernote, but I had never bothered to read up on how to save time by getting the tags done during the actual act of sending the email.

4. How to scan real life documents into Evernote. I didn't know there was an app that could do this, so that's a bonus. But now I know how to not only scan documents with my phone, but how to throw them into Evernote.

5. IFTTT (If This, Then That). A better description is in the book, but this basically allows you to automate tasks. For example, I could set it up so that each time I get an Amazon receipt to my email, it gets sent to Evernote. Or each time I star an email, it gets sent to Evernote.

The above points are a taste of what I found useful in the Evernote section. In the last third of the book, the author goes into detail on how to use Evernote to organize your life. He shares 75 ideas on getting started with Evernote.

Here are a few of my favorite ideas:

1. Go Paperless. I'm a stickler for having things organized. I like to have my receipts, bills and other papers in a folder. But Evernote makes this even easier. It not only saves space, but it makes finding things faster. If I need to find a specific receipt from last year, I can do so within a minute with Evernote.

2. Scan Notes. I sometimes take notes in a real notebook. I now either take a picture of the notes with my phone, or scan them with my phone. Then I send the notes to Evernote. Evernote automatically makes my notes searchable, which again saves oodles of time. I don't know if this was in the book, but some part of it was... I think.

3. Process Checklists. This is simply a checklist for doing something, just like a pilot goes through a checklist before taking off. I use this for writing blog posts, books, creating courses, and technical stuff I tend to forget.

4. Organize Research. I love this idea. Evernote has made it so much easier for me to organize what I learn. I used to save bookmarks, notes on my computer, and things in real notebooks. It was a mess, and I never went back and used anything. Things are different now though.

5. Save Book Highlights. I'm an avid reader. But I never used to take notes or highlight passages in books. Now I do, especially when I read Kindle books. When I'm done with a book, all I have to do is copy and paste my Kindle highlights into Evernote. I can then access them within minutes for when I need to reference something, or review what I learned.

6. Create a Spiritual Guide. You can use Evernote to collect inspiration messages, and I do this with quotes. Whenever I find a quote I like, I throw it into Evernote, and tag it as 'quotes' plus another tag, such as 'happiness' or 'hardship'. Then if I want a quote on happiness, I just search for "tag:quotes tag:happiness".

I'll stop there. I think you get my point. I found plenty of value in this book. I didn't find the first section as useful because I was already familiar with Evernote, but the rest was great.

I always think a book is worth its salt if I get one or two things from it that I can use. And in this book I got more than that.

Now, don't worry if my review comes off as overly technical. I'm simply sharing what I found useful. Remember, I've been at this for a few months. The beginning of the book helps beginners get started, so you're led step-by-step to the more "advanced" stuff.

Although I don't think it is too advanced. Once you see how things work, and once things click, you'll wonder how you ever lived without Evernote.

(You'll have to excuse me if this review wasn't well structured. I wrote down notes and thoughts as I read the book, and this is what came out. I hope you found it useful).
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Von Scott B. Allan - Veröffentlicht auf
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I started using EVERNOTE about six months ago. Since then it has proven to be a valuvale app that I have been using every day to capture notes on the run, organize files, and of lately, to outline current and future novel projects. BUT, although I was aware of some of the cool functions of the app, until I purchased this book the other day I hadn’t taken the time to really "dive into" what it is really capable of. MASTER EVERNOTE shows you all you need to know, and then some.

I’ve read most of S.J. Scott’s stuff and, MASTER EVERNOTE is what you would expect from his books: a concise, well-written and informative book that provides value to the reader while adding a level of high quality to everyday living. MASTER EVERNOTE is another book highly recommended that provides the ins and outs of one of the most powerful apps in the market today.

MASTER EVERNOTE works well for several reasons. Whether you are a novice to the “paperless lifestyle” of have been using EVERNOTE for awhile, their is enough info here for everybody. Because I’m a novice and still learning the ropes, I had more gain from it than some of the other more advanced users. Steve Scott takes you through the various functions of the app, from making simple notes to organizing notebooks to creating stacks. If you have various projects on the go [as many people do that requires several steps to complete, EVERNOTE as we learn is just the place to get everything organized. It is basically a central hub for all the “stuff” in your life to gather and get organized. From simple ideas to PDF documents, audio to photos, it can all be amassed into one central location for easy access no matter where you may be on the planet. It doesn’t get any better than that. As a "notebook" addict I have been writing things down for years, and with stacks of notebooks lying around the house, it is easy to "forget" where you wrote down that greta idea you had while on vacation at the beach last summer. By implementing the ideas found in this book and making EVERNOTE a daily habit, I have eliminated the addictive need to keep massive amounts of notes hidden everywhere.


I have been implementing DAVID ALLENS’S GTD [Getting Things Done] system for the last two years and absolutely love his system for organizing everything in your life to reduce stress and boost personal productivity. My favourite part o this book is how it shows us to integrate the two using the EVERNOTE platform. By doing this, you now have a complete “paperless” system to gather, analyze, and take action on anything that comes into your life. This is definitely the highlights of the book.

To wrap things up the author gives us 75 ways to use EVERNOTE for many o the daily actions in our lives. By creating habits to take notes, make notebooks, add tags, or using the audio feature you can do everything from novel planning to organizing your next vacation in Fiji. And all without having to usue a single piece of paper, which saves time, space and money.

Scott Allan
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5.0 von 5 Sternen My Wish-Upon-A-Star Actually Came True! 7. Juli 2014
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If you're interested in organizing your life, increasing productivity, and basically making things simpler -- you NEED this book.


I've had numerous people/books recommend that I check out Evernote as an organizational tool, and while I did download it on my computer, I never really took the time to learn how to use it.

I wanted to organize my life with a multi-purpose tool like this, but I'm not really a "tech genius" and the Evernote dashboard looked pretty confusing to me.

Right as I was wishing that there was some sort of guide or manual to explain Evernote in normal English (not the technical jargon of the Evernote FAQ section) I found this book!

And it truly is a wish come true.

It explains EVERYTHING you'd ever need to know about Evernote, and it's actually written in a pleasurable style -- I don't have to worry about not understanding some big fancy technical word.

But this book is so much more than just an Evernote guide.

It also includes priceless pages on how to use Evernote for yourself.

It just doesn't tell you how to use Evernote, it tells you how to use Evernote to improve your life!

Whether you're a newbie or an Evernote veteran you absolutely 100% NEED this book.

The couple of bucks it costs is TOTALLY worth it, considering all of the Evernote instructions and life organizing tips you get.

If you want to add some structure back into your life through Evernote, you NEED this book!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen I wouldn't call this book "Master Evernote" 2. Januar 2015
Von John Borwick - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have been using Evernote for a while, but have had challenges in organizing my notes. These challenges have kept me from using it much. I was hoping that this book would help me "master evernote." It did not. I found myself skimming 80-90% of the book--some content was for very new people, there's a section on Getting Things Done that was not helpful for me, and many of the 75 ideas seemed to be recycling content from earlier in the book, publicly-available recommendations from Evernote, or sometimes "here's an idea that you should Google if you want to do."

I did make a few highlights from this book for things that I hadn't thought about, for example in having an Evernote notebook for medical information.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Master Evernote: It works! 15. Juli 2014
Von James - The Avid Reader - Veröffentlicht auf
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Just for general knowledge - I buy every book that Steve releases because they're really, really well written and this one doesn't fall short.

Another home run from Steve Scott. I bought a couple of books about Evernote and they didn't motivate me as much as this book.

The first part gives you the low-down including advanced techniques to get the most out of Evernote and the second part gives you tons of very useful ideas that make this book a super useful resource for getting started and benefiting from Evernote.
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