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Evernote (the company) Rediscovers the Value & Importance of Note Taking It seems that after a brief detour, that the Evernote leaders have rediscovered, and realized how important their core product really is. Although note taking may not sound glamourous, it is very important, and done properly can greatly help each of us. Of course, Evernote the app is much more than just "note taking", but note taking, collecting, clipping, gathering, a wide variety of information is at the core service of what Evernote provides. In the fall of 2014, the then-VP of Marketing, Andrew Sinkov, gave this presentation at the annual Evernote Conference: The Evolution Of Evernote's Story with Andrew Sinkov Click on this link to start at the point where he says (paraphrased): We [Evernote] already dominate it [the "Note taking space"], we're the most important note taking app That's a crappy space to dominate That is not who we are, and not who we want to be In our hearts, we never wanted to be that You are hardly bending the universe if all you are doing is being the best note taker. The below Evernote Blog indicates a quite different view on the importance of note taking. From the Evernote blog Taking Note: An Introduction to the Value of Notes & Note-Taking , published on Feb 19, 2016: IMO, this is yet another sign that Evernote is changing, returning to focus on and improving its core product and mission.
I am a script supervisor on TVspots who wants to use your program but I need to work off a spread sheet and or creat a form that would be fluid, one where I could make vertical/horizontal lines and then be able to write my camera notes with a stylus onto them.can I do this in your program? what is the best stylus for writing(thinnest line,most legible)? and would your system ever go down ? I couldn't take the chance of loosing or not having access to my work on the progam at anytime. I would of course love to see if this new system would work for me and in turn, other script supervisors in our industry! thanks!