Make A Table Of Contents In Evernote For Easy Access To Everything

If you’re using Evernote the right way, you probably have a lot of content to sift through. Evernote’s Table of Contents feature helps you find your notes quickly when they’re piling up.

Select the notes you want in your list and hit Ctrl + K for Windows or Command + K for Mac. Click the “Create Table of Contents” option. Evernote will make a new note that links to the ones you just selected. You’ll also have options to use the notes you select in a presentation, or transfer the notes to a different notebook.

It’s an easy trick that will save you a lot of time browsing through your notes. Wrap it up into your general organisation scheme so you can use tables of contents in conjunction with tags and find your notes quickly.

How to Create a Table of Contents With Evernote [Evernote]

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