Evernote 20,000 Note Milestone!!!

I just crossed 20,000 notes in Evernote, so I thought now might be a good time to update my occasional series on Evernote. Early in the life of RestartGTD I used to manually count up Evernote pages and track them. Unfortunately … Continue reading

Evernote Biggies

This post is the text of an email I wrote to a restartgtd.com reader who asked about Evernote. /begin email I’ve written a lot of posts on Evernote: http://restartgtd.com/?s=evernote&submit=Search   The biggies with Evernote are: Install Evernote app on your … Continue reading

Evernote vs. OneNote … Redux

Introduction: In my current job, I’m working with a lot of people from Microsoft. If I mention “Evernote” I often hear “You mean OneNote … Right!?!” This post is just a small scream out to the inner Microserfs (The t-shirt … Continue reading

Great Post on Evernote as Trusted System

Michael Keithley has a great post for those who want to use Evernote as their trusted system. Covers all the basics in just over a page. Click here to see RestartGTD’s 30+ posts on Evernote. Bill Meade

Evernote Conference 2014: Top 5 Benefits for GTD Users

Introduction Evernote had their fourth annual conference this week. A recap of Day 1, was posted by Evernote, but Day 2, and Day 3, did not make the blog. I watched from afar, underwhelmed at what the technology press were able to wring … Continue reading

Evernote Bugs … or bad Evernote weather … or an uninitialized variable (file name?)

Introduction In the past week I’ve noticed problems with Evernote capturing from Web Clipper and Clearly. For example, go to this WIRED article on an artist who did a self portrait with GPS equipment and DHL taking the equipment around … Continue reading

RestartGTD with Evernote Clearly

I’ve Tried Evernote … but I don’t use it OK, it is possible that I’ve raved about Evernote. Perhaps you installed Evernote and paid for an account based on my recommendation or a step-by-step. But, then … you never reached … Continue reading

OneNote vs. Evernote vs. Dropbox

*Update* I’ve edited this post in light of having gone back through my GETTING THINGS DONE (GTD) history, and looking at the different trusted systems I’ve evolved over the four years of using GTD. Title graphic has been recomposed to put … Continue reading

Killer Shortcuts for Evernote Mac

Source: CloudProductivity.net While I was searching for a keyboard shortcut to highlight text in an Evernote note (which is control-command-h on a Mac and ctrl-shift-h on Windows reportedly) I stumbled upon a jewel of an Evernote post at Jeremy Roberts’ CloudProductivity.net.  My … Continue reading

Evernote Clearly vs. Evernote Web Clipper … a quick comparison

Explanation: Above is a side by side comparison of Evernote Clearly with Evernote Web Clipper. 11 features are compared: Web Clipper-only features (6 rows) at the top, Features both products have (2 rows) in the middle, and Clearly-only features (3 rows) … Continue reading