Have you heard of Evernote, the free, accessible anywhere software that helps you remember things both big and small, personal or professional?
The software has quickly become quite the craze among the growing busy and technologically savvy community. In fact, last December (2011), Inc Magazine awarded it the “Company of the Year.”
Evernote allows you to save your notes, web clips, recipes, files, images, audio, travel itineraries and documents, and anything else you find cool, in a space where everything is easily searchable and always at your fingertips (Evernote syncs to all of your hand-held devices (tablets and phones) and your computer).
Additionally, you can share your notes, and collaborate on projects with friends, colleagues, and classmates all within the space.
Even cooler, similar to the Pinterest “pin it” button, Evernote offers the “web clipper” that allows users to capture entire webpages, including text, images and links and send to their memory space.
How can this software help you?
Any busy mom, entrepreneur, or businessperson knows how easy it is to accumulate notes, photos, articles, etc in various places and not be able to find them when we need them. No matter how organized we try to be, there is always room for digital item loss.
Using Evernote allows you to keep all of these materials in one space and to go back at any time, find them, share them and track and develop projects with them. It is a one-space wonder for anyone scattered, busy, and on the run.
If you have used Evernote and want to share how you use it and how it works for you, please share in the comments!
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