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  1. My husband has started a real estate firm in the UAE and we are experimenting with the free version of Evernote to see if it will work for his business. Here, there is no MLS and I basically pound the street, going from building to building to find apartments/houses for rent that meet our clients' needs. I used one notebook and created a new note for each building. I took photos of the apartment directly into the note. My husband viewed the shared notebook, called the client and described the flats to her. The idea is to build a catalog of buildings, so we can refer to them later with other clients. It worked well except for one LARGE glitch. The photos are HUGE, making them too cumbersome to flip through even on the PC version. I tried marking them up later with Skitch, but it was such a tedious process (open with Skitch, exit, scroll back from the top to the next photo, open with Skitch, exit, scroll back from the top) that a gave up. I take about 30 photos per apartment, keep in mind! Does anyone have any tips for using Evernote better in our situation? I've already maxed out my monthly free allowance because I could not resize the photos within Evernote, and I don't want to switch to Premium until I know this will definitely be the right product for us. Someone suggested using the Food app. Any thoughts? Thanks!
  2. A new series of Evernote webinars on maximizing workspaces is coming soon. Could you please share a few examples of how are you using Evernote Business with your team and organization? Here is an example: "I'm a real estate agent. In my agency we use Evernote Business to keep track of the properties we are managing and the checklist we go through before renting out a property. Each checklist is shared with all the agents but we add the name of the assigner in the title."
  3. Just wondering if anyone has any experience using Evernote as a title abstractor/searcher? I have been tinkering with Evernote and Onenote for the past year in an attempt to become paperless. I started using a blend of GTD systems and filing system in EN based on file names and tags, this became overwhelming about the time our office went to Office365. I found Onenote allowed easier table creation (running adverse and creating forms) and tagging within the notes. The problem here was that I found myself digitizing more and producing less. So fast forward a few months and I am using EN to collect hand written notes, reports, and whatever else imported from a Onedrive folder. Even though I love my gadgets (ipad, laptop, scanner, phone, etc.) I really just need a intelligent place to store my work for later access. Well anyway that's my take, what's yours?
  4. At the GoodLife Team in Austin, we use Evernote as a Company -- that means my entire Team, which includes Staff and Agents, use Evernote as a fundamental tool of their business. We have best practices for using Evernote in every facet of our business. We have best practices for: Buyer Clients Seller Clients As an organizational tool How we share files between agents and staff As an App on the iPad I'm curious how other Agents or Brokerages are using Evernote. Please share how you are using EV as part of your business practice and I will synthesis the responses and report back.
  5. Hello all, just found this last night and I am so incredibly pleased at how well it fits my need. i am already implementing, as a beginner with Evernote. I copied a template into a new note (short sale template) and when i enter text in a cell that takes up more than 50% of the space in a cell, the table starts to expand and resize the columns. it is also happening when I tried to add a date and transaction in the transaction notes table. why is this happening and how can I keep the table from resizing automatically? thanks, Jeff
  6. Hi, We wrote a short blog post about how to use Evernote (and Dropbox) for real estate transactions. The post also includes a few note templates for managing transactions, to-do check list and similar. http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/44163462900/power-uses-of-dropbox-and-evernote-for-real-estate In short: Create a dedicated notebook for each customer Create a note to managing transactions (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/9299c8a7-db33-4198-9d6e-e036be1a9971/b37bb669f3148ac1a4b078d5061af2f8)Create a “to-do” checklist of everything that needs to be done during the course of the transaction (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/560b16dc-8157-4bc8-974a-2d782ffc548c/28473e0082561adb1f7b9b026830fb87)Create a note which a list where you add everything that happens during the course of the transaction (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/3c1e4e3e-cb0d-4f1e-a459-f550f5886f59/44fb6ced3756418587aee179390429b1)Create a note with informative, helpful lists for clients (template: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s195/sh/028288a2-502d-466a-aa3f-421ebb5d072e/8be03b3f2159b46a62d01850e78cac7a)Creating links between documents Regarding Dropbox, you can think that Dropbox is more like the floor-to-ceiling stack of (neatly organized) filing cabinets in your office, while Evernote as sticky notes posted all over your desk. The back office probably uses (or should use) Dropbox for simple sharing of final documents, photos, files, and other important data. Dropbox has better sharing than Evernote for office work, and the simplicity of a “drag-and-drop” file system makes it much more sufficient for office workers with a heavy workload. Thanks! Senad
  7. Evernote.. this would be great if you could implement somehow. I am sure it would not be an easy workaround, but I would love it. So I like to share my notebooks with my client I am working with on a transaction. The one thing that happens sometimes is we put the agent copy of the showings we are doing into our clients notebook so we have it, but the client is not supposed to have access to realtor only remarks. So then I need a separate notebook for just that. What would be awesome is a way to have it so I could share a notebook and exclude some files. And this may be a me only thing, everyone else may not care.. but just a thought. Thanks!
  8. Has anyone used TopProducer and is now using Evernote? How did you make the switch and what applications and services did you cobble together (besides Evernote) to reproduce the services of TopProducer?
  9. So i got evernote this past week. I'm really enjoying it. It is ridiculous how many things you can use it for. And there in lies the problem. There are so many things that Evernote can be used for I am having issues getting started. I have a job with minimal projects. Most of which i can't really upload anything to the cloud. My employer is crazy strict about security. And at home i just have notes here and there. i thought if i got evernote i would start taking more notes because it is so easy to do. but i find that after i did a brain dump i'm really not using it at all. how long did it take for you to get into a groove of using evernote on a daily basis? and what and how to do you impliment it in your daily lives? i've read the blog that says i use mine for marketing, i use mine for school, i use mine for my law firm. thats great but i'm not a marketing associate, nor am i a student or lawyer. i don't write for blogs or any of that. i want to know what the average user who just love to retain information uses it for. and how...oh and HOW DO YOU USE AUDIO NOTES? i can't seem to find a situation where i need to dictate something. i want to use them i just don't really see how i would need to
  10. So recently I started using Skitch even more while taking pictures during home inspections. I love it so much I got my home I Spector using it! Anyone have any good uses they like?
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