If you are ever going to give Evernote a good college try, ya gotta take the plunge. I had a blast experimenting with Webclipper, part of Ol' Myrt's getting to know Evernote series. Have you tried it yet? Come on! Download Evernote to your desktop, get the app for your smart phone and tablet, then install web clipper to your browser.
This week brings exciting news from our friend +Lisa Louise Cooke that her Evernote for Genealogists Cheat Sheet is available not only in laminated hard-copy (as widely reported by other genealogy bloggers) but in what I consider to be more practical -- .PDF digital download format.
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- Evernote for Windows for Genealogists (PDF digital download)
- Evernote for Mac for Genealogists (PDF digital download)
THANKS, Lisa for the quick response to Ol' Myrt's request for that digital format. This means folks throughout the world can obtain this helpful guide ASAP.
What I got from the initial view of Lisa's cheat sheet iis her diagram that solidifies what Cousin +Russ Worthington tried to explain during this past Mondays with Myrt, namely:
Evernote permits the filing of individual notes in notebooks; and notebooks can be stacked in an order that makes sense the the end user. (Read that as a super cool "full flexibility" filing system!)
Evernote's Notebooks and Stacks make much more sense to Ol' Myrt than the original use of mere date, note title or tags to sort notes created in Evernote.
Being a genealogist, Lisa suggests notebook titles that she has found useful, and that really got Ol' Myrt here to thinkin'.
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