Boost Your Productivity and Get more Things Done with Evernote | Gilberto Berlanga | Skillshare

Boost Your Productivity and Get more Things Done with Evernote

Gilberto Berlanga, International Relationist / Industrial Engineer

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7 Lessons (26m)
    • 1. Intro 1 What is Evernote?

      2:28
    • 2. Intro2 The Dashboard and Hierarchy

      3:34
    • 3. Notes

      8:00
    • 4. Tags

      2:58
    • 5. Notebooks and sharing

      2:34
    • 6. Search

      2:22
    • 7. Webclipper

      3:46
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35 of 42 students recommend this class
A good introduction and overview of Evernote. Thank you, Gilberto.
Very informative, great audio and video. Thanks so much!
Mari R.

singer/songwriter

It's a nice, clear intro to Evernote. I had to re-listen to a few points, but I feel good about what I learned. Useful.
Picked up several tips to use in my workflows. Well worth the time invested.
Good for a quick overview of the tool if you've never used it (or used it well) before. This is my 3rd time downloading evernote over the years, and after spending 20 min on this class, I think I'll *actually* use it this time.