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Tiago Forte, whom you may have heard of, has a new project that seems to tick a few boxes raised in the forums. This is a web page that will 'resurface' (not in the sense of a new paint job...) random notes from the past for review and possible action. Since it is (apparently) possible to limit the choices to one notebook, it should be possible to create a sort of spaced repetition learning environment - although remember the notes are not picked by topic or date, but purely at random. The man himself says: I’m very proud to present version 3.0 of RandomNote Web, a free web app we created to help people serendipitously resurface and rediscover their Evernote notes, with the goal of improving their learning and creative output. I'm not a user*, just reporting the option. * I get enough random interruptions in the day that I don't need to set up any more... EDIT: Sorry: just tried that link - you might want to start here >> https://praxis.fortelabs.co/randomnote-web/
Evernote stores a lot of my life. With a high frequency of data hacks, password theft and other online security issues I have a note solution: i would like the ability to store more. To add notes which require pin access each time they are to be viewed. To store for example a back up of all wallet cards incase of loss, back up of passport, passwords and other secure items. I think many users will value this function.
I'm giving a presentation soon on the concept of Employee Led Innovation (ELI). Essentially it's the idea that in today's business environment employees often turn to tools such as Evernote to be able to get a job done better at work, or to innovate on the way their job is being done. It would be great to have some stories about how individuals or groups within a company have used Evernote to innovate. Not just for day-to-day use, but more about getting a specific project/innovation done. Anybody have some examples for me? I promise to obfuscate your name and company name as I discuss it. If you were successful or not doesn't matter. I'd also like to hear what your employer/manager thought of the innovation and how they reacted to you using a different (non standard) approach. Thanks in Advance! Steve Duncan