Barryrealestate 0 Posted December 24, 2013 Share Posted December 24, 2013 So here's the deal...I'm looking to do away with my steno pads and keep notes digitally. I type well enough to type emails, compose documents, bulletin board posts, etc.but don't type well enough to listen/take notes and type simultaneously. I have relatively neat print from spending time drafting early in my career so want to use handwriting recognition. Am considering taking the digital plunge but am lost b/t onenote (used on the company network and allegedly possessing poor handwriting integration) and evernote. I have multiple goals: eliminate paper; use handwriting recognition; most notes will be records of telephone conversations and meeting minutes that will be shared occasionally; upload notes to sharepoint where our project files reside; be able to search notes for names, dates, keywords, etc. flexible on platform; apple or android. While I might use a tablet for things other than note taking, I'm still carrying a laptop as I deal with a fair amount of financial analysis & legal documentation which thus far hasn't translated well to a tablet so I expect the tablet to be primarily used for taking and storing/sharing notes.Questions: what's the most appropriate tablet for the use described above?What's the most appropriate suite of software for note taking as described above?Is there a way to integrate evernote and its related software with onenote?Anything else I should be considering as I undertake the transition?Thanks, Barry Link to comment
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