Are you on Evernote? Perhaps you should be. Many people don’t know it, but there’s more to Evernote than simple note taking. In fact, Evernote helps with saving time, staying organized, boosting productivity, and more. Curious about how this free tool could benefit your business? Here are five tips to consider today!
1. Save Ideas in One Single Place
Use Evernote to capture a note—from something you quickly jotted down to formal meeting notes, a photo, an audio file, a Web clipping, or something else. Then, sync all your devices in order to make all of your clippings accessible wherever you are, even offline. Clip a newspaper article on your laptop this morning, and bring it up at the office to show your boss. With Evernote, it’s easy to save all ideas in one place.
2. Set Aside Articles to Read Later
You know how sometimes you come across an interesting article but don’t have time to read it right away? Keep track of this sort of content by saving it to Evernote. That blog post you save at lunch will be available for you to read on the train home tonight. The report you need to focus on will be waiting for you to open when you are able to read it, free from distractions. Evernote lets you put away content for later use, even when that later use is offline.
3. Collaborate with Your Team
Evernote allows multiple users to collaborate on shared notebooks, making it an ideal tool for working as a team. You and your colleagues may instantly update and share info with each other on the go. Say you’re planning an event with three coworkers. Set up a shared notebook as a research repository, and the three of you easily, instantly share inspirations and ideas as you find them, simply by putting them in that notebook. This sort of convenience saves time and energy, and it keeps everyone on the same page.
4. Keep Track of People and Places
Evernote’s as helpful as a personal assistant—it makes it easy to remember important information about personnel and locations. Create a notebook for people, in which you list out staff members, sales contacts, or other individuals; then, pull it out when you need refreshers before meetings or calls. Likewise, create a notebook for places, which provides all the info you need at any given location you frequent.
5. Store Important Data
Save employee handbooks and training manuals on Evernote to make them even easier to distribute and share. Organize documentation and procedures, record incidents, track employee reviews, and so on. With Evernote, you have a convenient, efficient, synchronized way to store all your important data. What’s more, because you can search within all Evernote information, you never have a tough time finding them.
Do you currently use Evernote for personal or business reasons? If so, what other benefits have you found? If not, what are you waiting for? Head over to Evernote.com to learn more.
Among the PR firms who have worked with Evernote is The Hoffman Agency, Launch Squad and Publicis’ Groupe owned MSL PR.
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