This is my honest review of Evernote.
Evernote is one of the tools that I use every single day in my business and personal life. By every day, I mean absolutely every day.
In my opinion, this is, probably, one of the best tools you can have for your productivity.
So, how do I use it and why I think you should use it too?
Picture this: Today, when you have an idea what do you do? You either write it down on a sheet of paper, in a notebook at home or in some random text file somewhere on your computer.
Here’s the problem with this: Afterwards, when you need the most, that note is not at your disposal. How many times have I gone: “Oh gee where the hell did I write this thing”.
Then you look in your pockets, in the hopes of finding that note, you look in your phone… But it’s pointless because it’s not there.
This is where Evernote comes into play: With Evernote, you are going to synchronize every note you write on several devices.
Me for example, I always have my phone with me. So, every time I have an idea, I just write it down in Evernote and it synchronizes with my computer.
So when I go home and open my laptop, the notes that I have taken earlier while I was on the road are right there!
I could be in a car, on the plane or anywhere, it actually doesn’t matter. I always have the most updated version of that note with me thanks to Evernote.
I don’t like typing, there are also other options. You can record voice notes just like a doctor or a lawyer, and then play them back later to refresh your memory. This is a pretty cool feature that saved me a lot of the times.
This is absolutely awesome.
You can't even begin to imagine the number of times where I wrote something in three different places and had to reconnect the dots and try to remember specific details of what I wrote.
You will never ever have this problem again with Evernote. From now on, all your ideas are actually going to be transformed into a reality. So I absolutely urge you to use it.
Now to the even better news: There is a free version of Evernote where you can sync your notes on 2 devices.
Down the road, if you need more devices, you can take the paid version. But I suggest you just start with the free one, it will do wonders for you
So go have a look and I'd really suggest you install it through this link. That way you’ll get the free version.