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not quite a bible!,
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This review is from: Evernote for your Life | A Practical Guide for the Use of Evernote in Your Everyday Life [2014 Edition]: A Practical Guide for the Use of Evernote in Your Everyday Life (Kindle Edition)
As this was a free download I cannot complain! Its overall picture of Evernote's usages certainly got me into using this tool a lot more.
BUT, it was frustrating. The author spends a lot of time explaining tags, but anyone using a photo organiser, or indeed gmail with its labels, is already acquainted with this now ubiquitous system. And it's all at the expense of how other parts work.
Mentioned is the fact that Google searches can go through your Evernotes. How? I couldn't puzzle that one out. Then there is talk of an import folder where you can quickly allocate many files you want to kind of synchronise in Evernote. But where is it? There is no such folder, I found after searching my hard drive. It is something that was not explained at all where you have to set it up yourself under options.
(Note to author: F8 does not do what you say it should - it brings up the share dialogue box).
So, that's why I say the claim to be a bible is really stretching it. But if you can get it for free, I whole-heartedly recommend the e-book.
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Initial post: 2 Nov 2014 11:10:13 GMT
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Happy Shopper says:
"The author spends a lot of time explaining tags, but anyone" ... blah blah blah... this is exactly why I'll buy this book thank you.
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