Moleskine got together with Evernote and kicked out a really neat and simple planner that right off the bat, I need to tell you that I love it. The notebook allows for me to use a hard copy planner to quickly access and visualize my tasks, with the option to digitalize it and upload it…
Posts about the freemium multi-platform and dynamic note-taking software, Evernote
Evernote presents a dilemma for me: I love it but it’s not HIPAA friendly. This is how I use the app for things concerning clients and can be helpful for people that practice as therapists, psychologist, and related fields of social work!
I’m a social worker and a runner. I’m passionate about both, as both activities can promote growth during difficult times.
I best express myself in written word which works for me as the best way to capture what I am feeling, reflect as I write, and draw some sort of conclusion at the end of this process. It allows me to process my dreams, hopes, aspirations, frustrations.
When being presented with information, one can fall behind or get confused on what the information provider is relaying.
Especially for those of us that are no longer young bucks (I speak only for myself), sometimes being overloaded with information can be frustrating.
I received the following email from a colleague.
I’m the type of user who likes to use as few sites as possible, but maximize the use of each application. I’m a little OCD about clutter and this especially is applied to digital clutter. I’m comparing the merits of Evernote vs Dropbox. I’m not convinced that I need both products as they seem to overlap.
I read your article on creating a toolbox, and several other articles on SWTB, but I’m still not convinced that I need both platforms. However, you seem to be convinced that both are quite useful.
As a doctoral student, I have a massive amount of files that I rely on for my research needs. What *are* the merits of using both products for filing purposes?
– @LyndaB73, MSW & Doctoral Student
On Wednesday, I was scheduled to lead the weekly meditation for our Clinical Staff Meeting at my job. I was nervous about it, but Evernote helped me organize my way through it.
Over the last week, I have been really in love with my Evernote account. Here is a list of ideas for you to use Evernote to it’s maximum potential.
One geek fantasy that I had since iPad was announced was eliminating a certain nightmare:
I’m looking forward to (attempting) to use my iPad as a machine that eliminates my dependence on as much paper as I can, which means utilization of my scanner and tech skills to make this happen.
Evernote is a free service that allows you to take and store notes in different formats – text, image (picture/scanned), or audio.