I've been using Evernote for a few weeks now, going from a curious passer-by to a burgeoning power-user pretty quickly. I'm constantly surprised by the ways one can integrate other services, even ones that are not technically supported, with the Evernote suite. This is my biggest example, and I encourage others to give it a try! I bought a new printer a few days ago, an HP Envy 4500. I bought it exclusively to scan files into Evernote. Well, I came to find out that this printer (and most new HP Printers) have this service called E-Print. Basically, your printer gets its own e-mail address and, if someone sends it an e-mail with an attachment, the printer automatically prints it. I thought that was pretty nifty in and of itself, but then I realized that Evernote also gives you an e-mail address, and immediately set out to find a way to integrate the two services. Here's how I set it up: Install the "Scan to E-Mail" app on your E-Print capable HP Printer. This is located on the HP E-Print website. Set up your printer's email address within the HP E-Print website, after setting up your printer and connecting it to a wi-fi network. Enter your Evernote's email address into your HP Printer after accessing the Scan to E-Mail app. Enter your printer's email address into Evernote for later use. And this is how I've begun to use it. I figure it will have a lot of use in a business setting, so I figured I'd post it! Scanning files directly into Evernote to be tagged and sorted later.Sending notes to the printer via E-Mail, from any location (if using mobile app).Sending Evernote's reminder e-mails directly to the printer, allowing for itineraries, schedules, and other documents to be printed automatically.If anyone has an ideas of ways in which we can use Evernote and HP E-Print apps together, please post them in the comments! If there's good ideas, I'll update this post with them so everyone can find them easily! I'm nerding out hardcore over here, haha.