Ratings are a funny thing, aren’t they? For example, I did a comparison between the top note-taking apps of 2021. Now granted, it depends a lot on what device you are using, what time of the year the rating was done, who did the rating, what is your purpose for using it, and other considerations. But in most cases, Evernote note-taking app is consistently among the top in all ratings I have looked at.
What Can You Use Evernote For
Evernote note-taking application is so useful for just about anything you want to use it for. In fact, you are free to use Evernote for recruiting new hires, capturing meeting notes and repurposing blog posts. But that is just a small piece of what this app can do for you.
According to Evernote, the sky is the limit as to what you can do with it.
Capture Anything & Everything
Get ready to experiment and capture what you want. Add text, images, audio, scans, PDFs, and documents to your notes.
Arrange Notes to Match Your Needs.
Let me explain. You are not limited in how you write because there are formatting tools that will allow you to express yourself the way you want – not how someone else thinks that you should express yourself.
Find Things Quickly
Are you in a hurry? That is not a problem when you organize notes with Evernote. Get what you need, when you need it. Search gives you results as you type.
Take It With You
Sync your notes to all your devices so they stay with you. Oh wait; did I mention you can do this even if you’re offline?
Multitude of Features
Now what I could do is provide you a detailed write up of all the app’s features. After thinking about it, however, I think the best way to give you the best picture of Evernote’s organizing capabilities is to bullet point the features and then provide you with the link to Steve Dotto’s Evernote Quick Start Guide with a series of videos that will show you in clear and concise language how to get the most out of this app.
• Sync & Organize
• Web Clipper
• Search Handwriting
• Document Scanning
• PDF & Doc Search
• App Integrations
To conclude our overview, the Evernote note-taking app has plans to fit your budget. Beginning with their Basic and then progressing onto their Premium and Business Plans with each progression piggybacking off the previous plan.
How do you know which Evernote is right for you? The easiest way is to compare plans. So I don’t forget, the Premium and Business Plans have a 14-day free trial. If you cancel before the trial ends, Evernote will not charge you for the plan you selected at checkout.
In keeping in line with our blog posts that keep you informed, you may be interested in one on how to achieve a zero Inbox. The other post deals with using Evernote for scanning receipts.
As you get more accomplished at using this versatile application, why not share with us topics that you would like to see on our blog or treasures you have discovered that work for you. We would love to hear about them. You can email us, or call us at 904-430-0350.
This post was written by Megabite