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What do you need to know about Evernote for brainstorming and creative problem solving?

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Good day!  I am now in the final stages of writing an enhanced eGuide that outlines a process and strategies for using Evernote to brainstorm, organize, evaluate and take action on your best ideas. But I want to make sure it meets your needs and provides a LOT of value to you. What do you need to know about how using Evernote as your creative companion?

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On 2016-10-14 at 0:30 PM, electroman said:

Good day!  I am now in the final stages of writing an enhanced eGuide that outlines a process and strategies for using Evernote to brainstorm, organize, evaluate and take action on your best ideas. But I want to make sure it meets your needs and provides a LOT of value to you. What do you need to know about how using Evernote as your creative companion?

I know that Evernote does not use a folder/subfolder filing methodology.  
I see many users looking for this, and thinking the solution is Notebooks.
Then they become upset at the lack of hierarchy and the 250 limit.

I know about tags, the method I use to organize my notes

I know about searches
- about the search features and grammar
- about saved searches and the shortcut area.

I know about the reminder dates, which I use as Due Dates.  
It opens up Evernote for a range of task management operations.

i know that Evernote has a basic editor for notes, but it's not a word processor; it's not a spreadsheet app
They should know to use dedicated apps when the need arises.  
We had one user who claimed he used Evernote to write books, and was extremely upset at the lack of editor features.

I know to backup my data

I know about the sharing features in Evernote; at the Notebook and note level

I know that my data is synced to the Evernote servers and my devices

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Hi sir!

They should know about:

tags and some ideas about how to use them in an intelligent way.

- search features.

-share notes

-you can upload files, photos,PDF, books to evernote and you can search inside of them.

-basic editor.

-back up and sync.

-GTD process basics

-collecting information: clipboards

-evernote in multiple devices.

hope you have a great success with your  e guide!

 

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