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Using Evernote to Enhance Productivity with a Quick Grade Calculator


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Hi Evernote Community,

I wanted to share a productivity tip that has greatly improved my workflow as an educator. As many of you use Evernote for organizing your notes and tasks, I found a way to integrate a quick grade calculator to make grading assignments much more efficient. 🎓

Here’s how I use it with Evernote:

  1. Embed the Calculator in Notes:

    • I use Evernote to keep track of my students’ assignments and grades. By embedding a quick grade calculator link in my notes, I can quickly access and calculate grades without leaving Evernote. This integration keeps everything in one place, making my workflow seamless. 📋
  2. Attach Grade Reports:

    • After calculating grades, I attach the reports directly to my Evernote notebooks dedicated to each class. This way, I have all the information organized and easily accessible for reference during parent-teacher meetings or student feedback sessions. 📑
  3. Share with Colleagues:

    • Evernote’s sharing feature allows me to share my notebooks with colleagues. By including the quick grade calculator, I can ensure they have the same tools to manage their grading efficiently. 🤝

Using Evernote alongside the quick grade calculator has truly streamlined my grading process and saved me a lot of time. If anyone is looking for a way to make grading easier, I highly recommend trying this out.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions or need further details on how to set this up. I’m happy to help!

Best regards,

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This is a very narrow request, useful only for those in education and probably in certain countries. The educational systems in different countries use different approaches for grades, and sometimes even different for different levels of education.

These requests are usually not implemented, because they only bloat the app, without doing any service for the vast majority of users.

You can request anything, but I don't see this as having perspective.

feedback@evernote.com

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