From the Author
Evernote is an amazingly popular note-taking tool that has spread like wildfire around the globe in just a few short years! Now boasting more than 10 million users, Evernote makes taking notes super-simple, no matter what type of device or computer you may be using or where you are when your muse appears.
I love Evernote and use it on all my computers, my tablet, and my phone. I love the flexibility Evernote offers no matter which device--or which browser--I choose to use. And all my notebooks sync automatically with the web so I am always working with the most current notes in my synced notebooks. Very cool! I think I've officially retired my post-it notes. :)
I had a blast writing My Evernote and love the look and style of the My Series from Que. In My Evernote, you'll find not only all the basics you need for capturing your great ideas on your device of choice, but you'll learn how to format what you grab, add audio notes, share your notes and notebooks, make sure everything is secure, and lots more. And because Evernote is a moving target (meaning the developers are continually improving the software and releasing product updates), I've created a public Evernote notebook called "My Evernote & More" where you can get updates and preview other Evernote material I'm writing.
I hope you enjoy My Evernote and that you'll add a comment on my blog or post a review on Amazon if you feel so led! Cheers and happy note-taking. :) Katherine
About the Author
Katherine Murray has been writing about technology since the early 1980s (no joke!) and loves writing about technology that connects. She’s an avid researcher and has filled notebook after notebook (after notebook!) with clips, quotes, and snippets from books and sites she finds interesting. Katherine finds Evernote exciting because its inclusive, cross-platform, and flexible approach makes it a great app with worldwide appeal. In addition to writing books, Katherine writes regularly for CNET’s TechRepublic, Windows Secrets, and the PC World Business Center. You can contact Katherine through her blogs, BlogOffice and Connect & Coblogerate, or by following her on Twitter at @kmurray230.