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SLT018: Evernote Simplified (Part 2) & Time Saving Productivity Tips: This week we continue with Evernote Simplified, Part 2, and Vanessa shares some awesome time saving productivity tips! So many people tell me that they love Evernote, but sometimes don't "get" exactly how to use it. Sure,

SLT018: Evernote Simplified (Part 2) & Time Saving Productivity Tips: This week we continue with Evernote Simplified, Part 2, and Vanessa shares some awesome time saving productivity tips! So many people tell me that they love Evernote, but sometimes don't "get" exactly how to use it. Sure,

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SLT018: Evernote Simplified (Part 2) & Time Saving Productivity Tips: This week we continue with Evernote Simplified, Part 2, and Vanessa shares some awesome time saving productivity tips! So many people tell me that they love Evernote, but sometimes don't "get" exactly how to use it. Sure,

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This week we continue with Evernote Simplified, Part 2, and Vanessa shares some awesome time saving productivity tips! So many people tell me that they love Evernote, but sometimes don't "get" exactly how to use it. Sure, there's lots of "technical" references out there about Evernote, but what their really looking for is Evernote simplified!



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Dan's Topic: Evernote Simplified (Part 2)
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Alright so in Episode 017 I covered all the basics of how to get information into Evernote and how to retrieve and use it. So…the the "ins and outs" if you will.

Well today I want to take you on a little audio windshield  tour of the Evernote interface for the desktop version of Evernote. I'm on a Mac so if you're on a PC the appearance may vary a bit, but the functionalities are generally the same.

Now, as much as I LOVE Evernote, the interface isn't gonna win any beauty contests…but it does have a great personality!  And that's what counts, right?

But the recent update of Evernote does let you adjust Evernote to fit YOU!
So in Evernote 5 you can design the layout that works for you.



A Dashboard Tour:

The desktop interface of Evernote beginning in the top Menu Bar.

In the menu bar from left to right you have the Forward/Back buttons, a menu with your account information, the circular arrows are the manual sync and sync indicator, then we have the little satellite dish looking thing thats for notifications and recent changes.
In about the center of the top menu we have the New Note selection drop down for adding new notes, then finally, the ever powerful search bar.

Left Panel. Moving on the left side we have what Evernote calls the left panel. Top to bottom in the left panel we have Shortcuts, Recent Notes, the Notes view option, the Notebooks view option, the Tags view option, the Atlas view option and the Trunk option.

Shortcuts. Lets you store shortcuts that you can set yourself. This is great for notes you access on a regular basis.


Recent Notes area. This area holds links to your 5 most recent notes for easy, but temporary access.


Notes area. The area you'll probably work in the most. You have some options on how you view your notes. You can choose between 4 different views:

Card
Expanded card
Snippet
and List view
My personal favorites are the Card view and the the Snippet View.
In all views you have additional sorting options in the center panel called the




Notebooks area. Lists your Notebooks and Notebook stacks.



You can stack Notebooks by similar subjects to make your Notebooks easier to find, and just plain old more simple visually on your desktop and in mobile versions.
To stack, just click and drag Notebooks over other Notebooks.
To make life easier, you may need to retitle your Parent Notebook to make sense Child Notebooks stacked under them.



You have 4 view options for Notebooks. you can sort by:

Owner
Name of the Notebook
Count (number of notes within the notebook)
Last Updated




Tags view.

Tags can be sorted by:

Name and...
Note count






Atlas view. You can see where your notes were made.

You see click and zoom on these cards and view exactly where your notes were made.




Evernote Trunk.

In the Evernote Trunk you can find:

Lots of other Evernote products
Compatible apps and hardware
T Evernote Blog
How-tos
Lots of other stuff!





So, now you have a quick layout of the desktop and know that you can change HOW you see your info just by ...
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