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Take time to read this EvernoteTutorial. I’m pretty sure you will get a lot to
Before we start, let me first introduce to
you what is Evernote.
Evernote is a closed
source freemium suite of software and
services, designed for note taking and
archiving. A "note" can be a
piece of formatted text, a full webpage or
webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice
memo, or a handwritten "ink" note.
Notes can also have file attachments.
Notes can be sorted into folders, then
tagged, annotated, edited, given
searched, and exported as part of
Evernote supports a number of operating
system platforms (including OS
X, iOS, Chrome OS, Android, Microsoft
Windows,Windows Phone, BlackBerry,
and webOS and also offers online
synchronisation and backup services.
Evernote is available in a paid version or
a more restricted free version. Use of the
online service is free up to a certain
monthly usage limit, with additional
monthly use reserved for paying
So we will start first in creating an
account for our Evernote.
I will do the free version for my tutorial
Are you ready to learn this new tools?
Okay let’s start.
First, Open your browser (google chrome,
Incognito, Mozilla fire fox etc.). Whatever
browser you want is applicable.
Then at the top of your search box,
Then click ENTER
And it looks like this:
At the bottom of that page (Evernote page), you will
see the sign up button
Let’s register. Click sign up to create an
Simply enter your email and chosen password in the field
Once you activated your Evernote account. This will show:
Let’s try to add a new note. Just click the + button on
the upper left side of your screen