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Evernote Essential, 4th Edition

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Brett Kelly, the Czar of all things Evernote just released the fourth edition his Evernote Essentials book. The update includes some great new content. Brett also now has an iBooks version.

Even though I’ve spent a lot of time explaining how I don’t use Evernote much, the service is increasingly finding its way into many of my workflows. For example, anytime I get an email from a listener that I may want to include with feedback, I send it to my secret Evernote email address with a subject lines that automatically files it in the appropriate notebook. I then share that Evernote notebook with Katie so we both have access to it. This is much faster than my older workflow.

Anyway, if you want to get going at Evernote, go check out Brett’s book.

 

Evernote Essentials 3.0

In case you've been under a rock, Evernote is evolving. They are growing as they acquire other apps and they are growing as they make Evernote better. Brett Kelly's Evernote Essentials book is the bible for power Evernote users. The book is evolving right along with the Evernote service. Yesterday Brett released version 3.0 of the definitive Evernote book. Brett's a friend and I know how hard he's been working on this update with new content and new workflows. If you are an Evernote user, you should purchase a copy of Evernote Essentials. If you've already purchased the book, go download your free update.