Tag Archives: Evernote

November 7, 2012 by News

Go Paperless Today in 4 Easy Steps

I revel in being paperless. Being eco-friendly is gratifying. I visit places like San Francisco and buy sushi packaged in cartons made of corn and say, ‘Wow that’s so eco-friendly! I’m paperless, you know.’ Paper has just been a hindrance to my lifestyle. Traveling with paper files and books, and scrambling to sort paper receipts in airports, is no fun at all. So I’ve spent the last four years of my life scanning and digitizing all of my paper, learning the ins and outs of GTD (Getting Things Done), Evernote and other productivity tools for the management of this paper, and have increasingly become more organized, focused and sane.

November 7, 2012 by News

Go Paperless Today in 4 Easy Steps

I revel in being paperless. Being eco-friendly is gratifying. I visit places like San Francisco and buy sushi packaged in cartons made of corn and say, ‘Wow that’s so eco-friendly! I’m paperless, you know.’ Paper has just been a hindrance to my lifestyle. Traveling with paper files and books, and scrambling to sort paper receipts in airports, is no fun at all. So I’ve spent the last four years of my life scanning and digitizing all of my paper, learning the ins and outs of GTD (Getting Things Done), Evernote and other productivity tools for the management of this paper, and have increasingly become more organized, focused and sane.

October 31, 2012 by News

EVERNOTE ACTION TAGS [EatTags] w/ Cheat Sheet

Have you tried EAT Tags? EAT Tags or Evernote Action Tags allow you to do more with your Evernote simply by adding a tag to your note. For example, you can post the contents of a note directly to your Wordpress blog simply by adding the tag ‘eat.wordpress.post.’ Yep, and it’s formatted very nicely! Not ready to post? Add a wordpress draft through the tag ‘eat.wordpress.draft.’ They also have tags for sharing to Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. My favorite by far is ‘eat.toc.’ By adding this tag to a blank note in a notebook, the service creates a Table of Contents. Kind of brilliant.

October 31, 2012 by News

EVERNOTE ACTION TAGS [EatTags] w/ Cheat Sheet

Have you tried EAT Tags? EAT Tags or Evernote Action Tags allow you to do more with your Evernote simply by adding a tag to your note. For example, you can post the contents of a note directly to your Wordpress blog simply by adding the tag ‘eat.wordpress.post.’ Yep, and it’s formatted very nicely! Not ready to post? Add a wordpress draft through the tag ‘eat.wordpress.draft.’ They also have tags for sharing to Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. My favorite by far is ‘eat.toc.’ By adding this tag to a blank note in a notebook, the service creates a Table of Contents. Kind of brilliant.


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