Getting Started With Evernote

I'm always surprised when I meet someone who doesn't use Evernote. It's cross-platform (works on Mac, Windoze, iOS and Droid), painlessly syncs just about any kind of data you put into it—emails, images, PDFs, webpages, plain text—integrates seamlessly with ScanSnap scanners, and it's free (though you can pay for a Premium account). I've been using Evernote for about a year. At first it was mainly for personal use—saving web pages, scanned documents and receipts, recipes. But then I learned how useful it could be in my law practice ...

Originally published August 29, 2012
Last updated April 19, 2018
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