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  1. What are your favorite integrations and why? How do you use them? Software or hardware.
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    Find out how to use Evernote to work with your clients to capture actions, notes and tools and keep them together Demo and workshop will cover: How to capture actions and follow them up in a shared workspace with your clients How to share your coaching tools with clients through Evernote Share a set of notes with your client and have everything searchable when you need to get back to it Capturing everything – notes, handwriting, whiteboard sessions, post it notes, audio, web pages and much more The demo will be led by Rachel Ferla, director of Organise Chaos and a Certified Evernote Business Consultant. *** Bring your device charged to take part in the workshop - limited power sockets *** *** Ticket price includes hot drink and breakfast!! Tickets available here: Eventbrite.co.uk/organise-chaos-events
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    Evernote is the one workspace where you and your clients can write, collect, find, and present your work--from anywhere, on any device. But how can you get started? In this session we'll walk step-by-step through several workflows, keeping track of the people you meet, managing meetings, organizing projects, and more. You'll leave knowing how to use Evernote to help you work smarter. Objectives Gain an understanding of the array of content that can be added to Evernote Learn how to perform key workflows in Evernote See how you can use Evernote to collaborate with clients, partners and colleagues. Join us at the Apple Knox Boardroom. Please rsvp to: knoxstreetbusiness@apple.com
  4. I am sharing notebooks with colleagues of mine. Is there a way to be notified if somebody makes a change in one of the notes? For example we use notes to brainstorm about ideas ... I would like to know if somebody responded. As far as I can tell this is not possible to be notified, or is there a way? If not ... how do you guys use notebooks to share work? How do you know that your partner has made a comment? Thanks for your help
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    Do you ever wonder how others are using Evernote at work? Join us at the Evernote HQ in Redwood City to learn how experts are helping others implement Evernote into their work. Hear from a panel of Evernote Business Cerified Consultants who have helped a variety of clients implement Evernote. Get inspired by their real-life examples on how you can put Evernote to work for you, ask questions, and learn tips and tricks. After the panel discussion, we will be sharing ways you can get more involved in the Evernote community. Make sure you save your spot by RSVPing here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evernote-for-small-business-tickets-22464631317 Meet the Panelists: Heather Walker, MBA, teaches entrepreneurs to solve common business problems by leveraging the tools of Evernote. Heather’s professional tech training career began when Microsoft rolled out its first version of Office - and she’s been teaching people to use tech tools ever since. Connie Johnson, CPO® and QuickBooks Pro Advisor is the owner of Routine Matters, based in San Francisco. She helps other small business owners organize their businesses and finances. She especially appreciates how Evernote is accessible to both non-tech and tech savvy clients. Gabrielle Fishman, CPO®, has been applying technology to make individuals and businesses work better since she first discovered mail merge in the late 80s. Today she creates effective workflows to integrate the right technology for the job. She loves making people’s lives easier. Moderated by Joshua Zerkel, Director of Global Community, Channels, and Training
  6. Here is my Pinterest board that comes up first on Google for Evernote and Education http://pinterest.com/meganaiemma/evernote-for-business-and-education/ Hope you find it useful Megan
  7. Hello I'm also writing content for my website by integrating images in shared Evernotes into CMS articles, such as the following UML video workflow
  8. https://www.womeninfocus.com.au/docs/DOC-2822 Here is my final article for the Women in Focus website, looking at my favourite apps from Evernote Trunk. These are often ones I recommend for my Tech Coach HQ clients and work really well for mobile solutions. Would love feedback.
  9. See below for reference. EverSHARED is now JoinThisNotebook due to Evernote's request that apps/ projects refrain from using 'Ever' in their titles. We've also committed to Postach.io -- JoinThisNotebook.com. ---- Hey Folks! Some of you may have heard about EverSHARED, a 'tool' that I created to satisfy my appetite for shared notebooks and their interesting content - some of you have interesting stuff that you don't know you are sharing - check your settings! Anyway, I wanted to make you all aware of this FREE service where you 1) submit a shared notebook, and 2) your twitter handle, and the notebooks get listed here - www.EverSHARED.com, a shared notebook itself that you can link and select the shared notebooks that you want to view. The final step are your notes streaming through our @EverSHARED Twitter account for your retweeting or to simply help others find your content. This is just one of the concepts that I am working on to shape Evernote for marketers, or anyone that likes interesting content and wants to share it. 'Interesting is Relative.' (Please visit EverSHARED.com for disclaimer) Thanks! Lindsey
  10. Hi Mods and Evernote folks, Do you think this section would be better suited as a sub section under the 'Business' section of the forum? Seems to make sense to me and gives business members only one area to look. Best regards Chris
  11. Hi Folks I wrote a post today on saving your Google Analytics to Evernote - http://lchbusiness.com/2012/04/evernote-tip-send-google-analytics-to-evernote/ Check it out. Leave some tips here.
  12. Hi all - I'm trying to find a way for my small team (5 people) to gather interesting visual, sound and article components. Essentially a team-wide journal of things that are pertinent to our group and field of study. Sharing a folder is not an option because the only person who can add to the folder is the original creator. So how can I create a sharing environment that isn't overly complicated. I do realize that creating an entirely separate account is an option, but I personally do not want to juggle two separate logins for the same service. All help is appreciated. Thanks!
  13. Hi All, Just been reading through and watching the movies on the upcoming 'Evernote Business'. So far I cannot see anything that makes me excited enough to join in. I love Evernote with a passion and have got many friends in all walks of life to sign up. For me it has become a major and key factor to the way I run my business and indeed my personal life. I don't really need to say it, but the ease with which I can record information and access it everywhere is awesome. So tonight I am taking my Daughter to the theatre and have already made a note with the parking details for shops and theatre. Times and pre paid seat numbers. Easily read on my Android phone later on. So easy! I have tailored both Evernote and my way of working to make the recording of data simple and useful wherever I am. In fact it has even managed to become more useful than my contact management software Maximizer which I have used since it was a dos programme! Sadly I still use Maximizer as I have 15,000 customers which just won't fit into Evernote! Nor, for my company the 16 years of data!! Have some of you other 'small businesses' looked at how the new version will work for you? If so have you got excited by features that means you will definitely be signing up? Looking forward to hearing from you. Best regards Chris
  14. For my business, Wolf & Garden (http://www.wolfandgarden.com), I create a shared folder with each of my clients. They are all required to download Evernote on each of their devices, so they can always keep me updated and vice-versa. Each night I am out at a New York City bar/lounge/club, teaching a student how to better meet and connect with women. While they are chatting up women, I am viciously taking notes in my own Evernote folder. At the end of each night, we do a one hour debrief using the notes taken, going over their strengths and weaknesses, as well as how they can improve for the next week. The next day, I flesh out my rough notes into a full essay on everything covered the night before, and what the homework is for the week, and then move that essay into the student's own private folder. These essays begin to pile up after a couple months, especially with so many students. That's why I'm so happy to have evernote organize each essay for each individual student. It's all archived. So they can see their progress over the weeks, and look back on any old advice given to them way back when. Whenever they have a remarkable night out on the town, students can write up a field report of exactly how everything went down at the bar. I will get it as soon as it's been written. I also don't have to go through tons of old deleted emails to find a specific note. Evernote has it all organized for me. Thanks Evernote!
  15. Hey Folks. How do you guys use shared notebooks? Anyone use them for Team Collaboration and Marketing?
  16. I have found Evernote to be a fantastic tool for economic development projects and events. Building a relationship with a perspective company is crucial in economic development world and therefore, Evernote is invaluable when trying to keep our notes organized in one place we can all access at any given time. I work from Europe with the Airport Authority in Mobile, Alabama and we work very closely with the local Chamber of Commerce on various prospects looking to locate their operations in our area. I keep a Notebook for every prospect/economic development project that visits us. The notebook includes copies of RFIs (request for information), copies of presentations presented to the prospect, images of business cards of people we've met, aerial images and maps of proposed sites & buildings, proposed site & building specs, any prospect pre-visit and post-visit correspondence, notes from various meetings, so that we can always go back and review how far we've got with building a relationship with each prospect. Naturally, with Evernote Premium, I share all relevant notebooks with my coworkers/supervisors as well as my colleagues at the Chamber. I set up notebooks so that they can modify them as well. We also find Evernote extremely helpful when traveling abroad to various trade shows and prospect visits. All our itineraries, travel plans, meeting details and other information are included in shared notebooks, available to all to modify if needed. Each meeting with a prospect is a separate note. It includes an audio file of voice-recorded meeting, or just quick voice notes made right after we leave the meeting, so that we remember how to follow up with the prospect after returning back to the office. If we take additional notes during the meeting, we take a snapshot of the notes and attach them to the note. The note also includes photos of business cards of the meeting participants and copies of follow-up letters we mail to the prospects. We all use the iPhone 4S and the ability to dictate text to Evernote while we are on the go are extremely helpful. We can still be on business in Europe, but our assistants back in the US retrieve the notes from Evernote, draft up follow-up letters and mail them out to our prospects before we even return to the office and copies of the letters are already stored on Evernote. During our travels, we also host several social events. We keep PDFs of the official invitations on Evernote, so that if we run into a promising prospect at the last minute, we can email him/her the invitation straight from Evernote. In combination with Skitch, we are able to make quick marks on trade show plans and maps to make it easier for us to find the right booth in each exhibit hall. Evernote has been an invaluable partner in our economic development projects. The only ting we are still missing is the ability to take the shared notebooks offline. When I get my director ready for a long trip and upload all the info about his trip into Evernote, I'd like him to be able to take the notebook I share with him offline, so that he can read through all the notes while on a 9-hour flight to Europe. I hope that can be solved in the near future.
  17. How practical is it for a small business to use Evernote as a document sharing platform? We're using dropbox now for much of this, but I can see many advantages of using the front end features of the Mac client of Evernote to create documents. What concerns me is what I think is Evernote's limited ability to manage sharing for many notebooks and multiple users. I'd like to organize notebooks into stacks and share these notebooks with a small group of 4-5 people. From another post I learned that I cannot share the whole stack, but need to share each notebook separately and enter the email address for each person. With a few hundred notebooks in 3-4 stacks, this verges on unmanageable. If we add another person do I have to then re-share all 300 notebooks? One suggested workaround is to abandon the stack level of organization, have very few notebooks, and use tags to organize the notes. This does not seem workable to me. Ideally, I'd like to be able to create a group and share access at the stack level. What are other organizations doing? Is Evernote used for more than casual or simple notebook sharing applications? Thanks, Tom
  18. A lot of the guys I work with are getting iPads, and look to me as their 'guru.' Evernote is the program I use the most. I would like to share several notebooks with my colleagues. The questions I have: 1. Will they be able to update and change the notebook? 2. If the answer to #1 is yes, will that be reflected in my notebook? 3. I am a paid subscriber. It looks like my colleagues are going to have free accounts. Can I still share with them? Will those notebooks count against their data cap? 4. Will the tags sync as well? Thanks Phil
  19. Are you playing with the DevCup Submissions? Any business related ones stick out to you? Let's make a list!
  20. Help for Evernote novice needed -- just joined group with my boss as administrator. I need to be able to create notebooks and tags in group account but seem to have limitations in assigning multiple tags when creating new notes. It works when I create in my own account, but not under the shared one. Nor does it seem to allow any editing, deleting, etc. I need the same ability as administrator -- is there a way to create this as group user?
  21. I have been approached by a division of a large chemical company to help devise a strategy for using iPads for salespeople. I have my own iPad, and using Evernote is key to my sales method. Can a company create a notebook to be shared with its salesforce (~100 people), and control what goes into that notebook? Can it standardize tags used in that notebook? Thanks Phil
  22. You can RSVP here - www.lchbusiness.com/sxsw12. Let me know if you'll be at SXSW. I'll save you some swag. ;0
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