Evernote users in iOS 8 May have noticed that they can add an Evernote widget to the Notification Center. It's an awesome way to quickly start a new note of any type. In one of the latest Evernote app updates, however, Recent Notes were added to the Notification Center. If, like me, you'd rather... Continue Reading →
We’ve all heard of the fairly recent integration of Post-it Notes into Evernote, but did you know that you could automate a few settings based on the color of the Post-it Note?
This is how my setup works in iOS. You can customize yours to fit your workflow.
Use Evernote to remember the awesome stories your grandparents tell you.
My grandma is a war bride from England. She married my grandpa in England, and sailed to America on the Mauritania. She has awesome stories.
One of the best things about Evernote is that you can add multiple file types to a note. This means you can add images, and one of the best ways to get images into Evernote is to use the built-in Evernote camera. The Evernote Camera has evolved over the years, and now has four modes to choose from. Each mode performs a specific function that makes getting images and information into Evernote even easier.
Why review a grocery list app?
You're probably wondering why I'm suggesting a grocery list app, and it's a fair question. The short answer is: Grocerytrip integrates with Evernote.
Portfolios are important in many different professions. Whether you’re a photographer, designer, stylist, make up artist, or model, at some point you’re going to want to display your work so others can decide if you’re the right fit for their project. A couple times a year, I spend time at Paul Mitchell the School Portland talking to students about how Evernote can help them build their portfolios, and I thought the information might help others get started with their own work. This is just a basic outline—use it as a starting point, and make it work for you.
Throughout the year, I see things and think, "Hey, that would be an awesome Christmas present for xxxx!" But by the time Christmas rolls around, I've forgotten all about it. Or, someone will mention something they really want, and again, I'll forget by the time Christmas comes. Evernote solves that problem. I created a Wishlist... Continue Reading →
The Q button on the back of Canon cameras is used primarily for quick access to the camera's primary settings. If you're like me, and avoid manuals at all costs, you may have missed another function of the Q button, too. The other day, I discovered that while in the camera's menu, pressing the Q... Continue Reading →
Apologies for the late post, and for being MIA for the last few weeks. I've been a little OCD about the design of the site, and slacked off on the actual content. I'm a visual person. If something isn't in front of my face, chances are I'll forget it. So when Evernote and Post-It Notes... Continue Reading →