I have been an Evernote user for a number of years and just love the ability to be able to:
- make notes on any of my devices – Mac, iPhone, iPad
- store them in the Evernote cloud
- access them wherever and share them with whoever I want
- tag them for easy search and discovery
Recently an email popped into my inbox with a link to a blog on ‘Evernote templates’ and I decided to check them out and see how I might be able to use them in my ‘work’ (and play) with Evernote.
The blog gives a good overview of the concept and has links to ‘template’ resources created by Evernote and other people.
While not exactly ‘templates’ (more like a re-usable Evernote document) the ideas presented in the blog are very interesting and I have already started to use some of the sample templates provided.
If, like me, you already use Evernote, check out the ideas in the blog. They gave me some additional ideas for saving time and effort using Evernote and I’m already on the way to creating some of my own ‘templates’ for common Evernote notes, tasks, etc.