Showing posts tagged with "Evernote"
We will be sitting in a self-driving car in 2020, but why are we still managing invoices and receipts manually? I went paperless from day one by having invoices, receipts, and billing summary sent my email address. The problem is I detest organizing them manually in Evernote, so I come up with this setup to automate the whole process.Continue Reading »
Evernote remembers everything. Workflow automates most of the things. When you combine these two apps together, you have a wonderful setup that can create a note with a few taps. The Workflow series is incomplete if I don’t share these workflows I built as an avid Evernote user.Continue Reading »
It’s been a year since I started recording my online activities into Evernote. The “Histories” notebook shows 2651 notes saved — 220 notes a month, 7 notes a day. Here is what it looks like inside this notebook.Continue Reading »
I’ve been using this Evernote workflow to search notes in Alfred. It’s a powerful workflow with advanced features to create, manage, and search notes in Evernote, but it requires the Evernote app to be active all the time. The only feature I need from the workflow is the feature to search notes from Alfred even when Evernote is inactive.Continue Reading »
You’re browsing the web every day and sometimes you discover words, images, or websites that are worth saving. That’s why it’s important to have the tool be ready all the time. Today I would like to talk about this tool: Evernote Web Clipper.Continue Reading »
Writers only need one sentence to tell a story. It shapes the story. It informs readers. It makes you think.Continue Reading »
We don’t have a chip implanted in our brain yet to remember everything — from the books we’ve read, the places we’ve visited, and the food we’ve eaten. The most practical method is to write them down. But do the people nowadays use their time to record their life events when they don’t even allow themselves to admire the dancing cloud in the sky?Continue Reading »