Evernote is one of the most popular productivity app today and it’s getting more popular than ever. We can use Evernote the way we want and that’s why they don’t tell us how to use it.
“We don’t tell our users how to organize their notes in Evernote as everyone works differently: some prefer to throw everything into one notebook while others love to create lots of notebooks for various projects and work/life interests.”
It’s a must-have tool for bloggers, or entrepreneurs, or professionals, or home-makers, or almost anyone who spends a lot of time online. The best thing? It’s free and you can use it in a way that you’ve never imagined.
Evernote is available on almost all platforms — Windows (Desktop & Touch), Windows Phone, Mac OS X, iOS (iPhone, iPad, & iPod touch), Android, BlackBerry, and WebOS.
Note: After I published 30 Evernote Tips earlier this year, Evernote has added several new features to it. However, I never got a chance to update that blog post. There, I had used Evernote for Windows to explain different features, tips, and tricks.
Though the user interface of Evernote for Mac is totally different from its Windows version, the core features and functionality remains the same on all platforms.
I have used Evernote for Mac for this blog post, but it’s good for both Mac OS X and Windows users. In fact, I have used some excerpts from the Windows version as this article is an adaptive work.