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Evernote for Beginners: The Basics of the Most Popular Notebook App

Evernote for Beginners: The Basics of the Most Popular Notebook App | Elementary Technology Education | Scoop.it
Evernote's an amazingly powerful notebook app. But it can also be rather overwhelming at first. Here's everything you need to get started with Evernote and get your info saved into notes, organized with notebooks and tags. You'll even learn how to clip anything you find online into your notebook, and search like a pro. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: App Training, Productivity, Evernote

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Stephanie Sapp's curator insight, July 5, 8:50 AM

A powerful App that will benefit our district as we go 1:1 and will help with going paperless.

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Mohiomap - A Visual Memory and mind map for Evernote

Mohiomap - A Visual Memory and mind map for Evernote | Elementary Technology Education | Scoop.it
Mohiomap provides you with a unique and dynamic experience for visually exploring your Evernote notebooks. Use your browser to see your notebooks in graphs (networks).

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LiveMinutes - Edit your Evernote notes in real-time with others!

LiveMinutes - Edit your Evernote notes in real-time with others! | Elementary Technology Education | Scoop.it

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Matt Carlson's curator insight, January 3, 5:05 PM

Anyone used this before? Looking forward to checking it out. The only limitation to Evernote (so far) for me, is the inability to collaborate and edit shared notes (like google docs allows you to do. Or am I missing something...