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My Evernote [Paperback]

Katherine Murray
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Book Description

17 Feb 2012 My...

My Evernote®



instructions with callouts to photos that show you exactly what to do



when you run into problems or limitations with Evernote


Tips and Notes

to help you take full advantage of Evernote on your smartphone, tablet, or computer


Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through making the most of
Evernote –free or premium, on any device! Learn how to

•     Install and use Evernote on your iPhone, Android, iPad, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, PC or Mac, and beyond

•     Create and share notebooks, customized just the way you like, and organize your
notes your way

•     Save images, drawings, handwriting, web content, even webcam snapshots in
notes you can access anywhere, anytime

•     Add notes straight from Twitter or Google+, and link Evernote to your Facebook account

•     Format your notes to look great, and easily print the notes you want to file
the old-fashioned way

•     Build easy-to-use To Do lists, complete with checkboxes

•     Sync your notes across multiple devices, and store them in the cloud so they’re always available over the Web

•     Import notes from other popular note-taking tools, such as Microsoft OneNote and
Google Notebooks

•     Record high-quality audio notes and organize and share them as needed

•     Send notes to Evernote from Apple’s Siri digital assistant

•     Organize, tag, and search your notebooks to instantly find whatever you’re looking for

•     Install and use the Evernote Web Clipper in all popular web browsers

•     Securely share notebooks publicly or privately and collaborate with teams, wherever they are

•     Find apps and add-ons that make Evernote do even more for you


CATEGORY:             Desktop Applications

COVERS:                   Evernote

USER LEVEL:           Beginning-Intermediate



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Product details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: QUE; 1 edition (17 Feb 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0789749262
  • ISBN-13: 978-0789749260
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 464,749 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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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.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing 15 Jan 2013
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The information in this book could be garnered from the Evernote Blog and other free sources; the screen shots are too small and arn't as helpful as they may at first appear. I have been using Evernote since 2.2 days, i.e since before its major redesign and I wanted this to fill in some of the gaps of my knowledge. Sadly this does not do the job and was too expensive, Evernote Essentials (Download from the net) was a better guide. Shame.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to follow 8 Dec 2012
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Well written and very easy to follow. Lots of pictures to guide you through each chapter. Well worth the money.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Evernote is good 9 Dec 2012
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Evernote met my expectations to share information between my devices. It has so many features that for me the book was a must to get most of it.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Web 2.0 Treasure 7 Mar 2012
By Orion - Published on
My Evernote is filled with tips and tricks to fully use all the functionality in this web 2.0 tool. Each chapter is color coded to easily find the information you seek. Lots of color splashed across the pages with illustrations containing numbers to show graphically the various components. If you want to do something with Evernote you will be able to easily find out how to do it with this book. I teach high school students and I can see many applications after going through this book.There is so much more depth to this tool than I ever would have found out on my own. Highly recommended.
37 of 42 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars My Evernote 6 April 2012
By Bitsy R. Griffin - Published on
I want to thank Lisa Jacobson-Brown @ Pearson for a review copy of this book.

First, Evernote is a nice little free app to help organize your life. It's easy to use and it syncs on all your devices. There is an online component so you can access it from any computer with Internet access.

Evernote is not difficult to use if are at all computer savvy. But when given the opportunity to look at the book, I thought it would be loaded with the things I couldn't figure out on my own. I'm not sure that's true, but I did learn some things from the book that saved me some digging around time in the Evernote Forum. This is a very slick book btw. The pages are thick and glossy. It's full of pictures and easy to use.

The book covers the very basics of downloading, making notes and editing them. I hadn't intended to use Evernote for anything but keeping myself organized across devices, but it's got potential to do more along the lines of word processing and publishing. You can add images, add bits of web material, make audio notes. Work is organized in notebooks and can be organized and reorganized. You can share notes with others. I did that a couple of Saturdays ago when I'd been taking notes for a meeting. I just emailed them to all the participants, and we all looked at the same digital page on what ever device was at hand.

A couple of things the book does very well: Really good tips about Evernote are noted in green boxes. Disappointing things about Evernote are noted in red boxes. On a personal note, I had an issue with spacing for a new font and size. The lines overlapped and not only was it illegible, it printed that way. Yuck. So I went to the book and couldn't find an answer. Couldn't find one on the forum either. Both may be that I didn't look in the right place or use the right search terms.

IMHO, this is a pricey book for a free app with an excellent blog and forum. If you aren't comfortable on the computer and want to try Evernote, this book will get you though the basics and into its advanced features step-by-step.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars My <Evernote> Review 18 April 2012
By Keith Smedberg - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
Katherine Murray sure did her research for this book and I did find it very useful. Evernote is a great APP and application for virtually all platforms. However it is partly difficult to use because of the variety of hardware it can run on. Katherine covers these oddities as well. Mostly Mac and PC differences as well as things that cannot be accomplished on the APPs. The pictures and diagrams are helpful and well placed and the wording is not above anyones head. If you have used Evernote a little and need/want to know what else you can do with it - I would highly recommend this book.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too simple, unneeded 7 Jun 2012
By Chen Sun - Published on
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Though this book is illustrated, most are unneeded pages because it is faster to learn directly using Evernote online than reading this tutorial. For examples, this book's pages on installation for a Mac, PC, iPhone, Android, iPod Touch, Windows Phone 7 will soon be out-of-date, and it is simply faster to follow the specific device's download instructions online. Additionally, too elementary of instructions on how to create a note, add images and audio to notes, searching, and notebooks. Even has a superfluous chapter on printing, which is simply how to print using any web-windows service.

A better book would provide supplementary explanations after user initially experiences Evernote. I've used Evernote for a month, and feel this book is not worth the money for most readers.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Out of date 20 Dec 2012
By CH - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I have tried to use this book, but it is really out of date. The Evernote manual on line is much more useful.
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