I am an Evernote junkie. I use it everyday. It is a major part of my workflow. In fact, I have written twelve blog posts about it.
But often people are overwhelmed by it. They aren’t quite sure where to begin. I always recommend that they read a copy of Brett Kelly’s awesome e-book, Evernote Essentials.
Brett just released Version 3 a few weeks ago. It is completely updated to correspond with the most recent updates to the Evernote interface.
Here are a few ways in which Brett improved on an already invaluable tool:
- This is an almost complete re-write. In fact, it is nearly twice as long as the previous version.
- Brett included several new use-cases (e.g., Evernote for parents and travelers).
- He added several new chapters, including, “How to go Paperless with Evernote,” “Import/Export,” and “Writing your History Book.”
- He added lots of tips for power-users.
- He re-designed the-ebook from the ground up.
- He removed chapters that likely wouldn’t be of interest to a more general audience (e.g., “Evernote for Programmers”).
What’s the same? Brett’s direct, easy-to-understand style. There are lots of screenshots to help you understand the program and get the most out of it.
Whether your new to Evernote or a power-user, Evernote Essentials, Version 3 has something for everyone. While it might seem expensive at $29.00, it’s a bargain compared to the time it would take you to learn this stuff on your own.
This is the fastest, cheapest way I know of to get up-to-speed on Evernote. I highly recommend it. If you don’t agree, Brett offers a 100% money-back guarantee.