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Which Evernote Lifestyle would you like to see featured next?

Which Evernote Lifestyle would you like to see featured next?  

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  1. 1. Choose one. Choose wisely.

    • Food (recipes, shopping lists, cooking)
    • Real Estate (for buyers and sellers)
    • Wedding (planning, more planning)
    • Fitness (tracking those calories)
    • Fashion (what will I wear today?)

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We're always on the look out for new Ambassadors and Lifestyle areas. While we'll be gradually growing the program in the future, we'd like to hear from our users about what they'd like to see next. These are some of the hottest topics we've heard about from users. Something not on the list? Simply hate your options? Discuss below.

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I would like to see one related to church and ministry for Pastors.

...absolutely. I have heard that Evernote can be a great tool for ministry and church organization, and I'm intrigued to learn more. I'm a new seminarian and just starting my organizational system, and implementing Evernote for ministry seems like the most efficient idea. I'd love to hear more about Evernote and ministry.

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I'd like to see it's use in a laboratory environment. I'm currently playing with using evernote as my main notekeeping application for all my experiments, as the quick access and ability to edit notes on any lab computer is very handy, along with the search functions.

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Sales and marketing:

  • Forms, checklists, scripts, letters, emails
  • Lists: Vendors, suppliers, consultants
  • Sales and support documents
  • Prospect tracking and follow-up
  • Customer data/CRM
  • Copy "swipe" file
  • Training new hires/VA's
  • Training new customers (set up, usage, troubleshooting)
  • FAQ's
  • Ads, direct mail pieces, radio scripts, press releases
  • Testimonials, endorsement letters, awards


  • Sample documents/pleadings
  • Client data
  • Case history
  • Witness statements
  • Interview forms and checklists
  • Evidence inventory
  • Jury instructions
  • Pleading templates
  • Investigation (witness statements, police reports, photos, etc.)
  • Executed documents (contracts, leases, trusts, corporate minutes, etc.)
  • Instructions: to caregivers, witnesses, clients, experts, etc.
  • Sales and marketing. . .

David Ward

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