The data is in and we are all struggling to use our work time as effectively as possible. We are hit with notifications almost constantly, the number of different apps we use keeps growing and we're drowning under a rising data tide. How do we become more productive in the face of this tidal wave of busyness?
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Android/iOS/Mac: You have a ton of options for notes apps, including heavyweights like Evernote and OneNote. Zoho Notebook takes the same catch-all approach as Evernote and OneNote, but has a few design ideas of its own.
You spend a lot of time taking notes in university. You have several excellent options for doing so, and which works best for you depends a lot on your note taking style. It's best to pick software and stick to it so you don't to worry about moving stuff around later. Here's how to make the right choice from the outset.
Earlier this week, Evernote announced that its subscriptions are getting more expensive and free users are now limited to just two devices. For the scores of existing users, that little restriction and that price increase are a big pain. Thankfully, you have other options.
If today's news regarding Evernote's new pricing plans and limitations has you considering Microsoft OneNote, the OneNote Importer tool makes the transition relatively painless for Windows users.
Evernote and OneNote are two of our favourite tools, but both have changed substantially since we last compared these two apps -- in some ways, not for the best. Here's where these two stand today.
One of the tiny little new features in the most recent update to OS X El Capitan is the ability to natively import Evernote files into Notes. If you've been thinking about jumping ship from Evernote to Apple's surprisingly robust little Mac app, it's super easy to do now.
Tags can be useful for organisation but they can also get in the way of your notes. Maybe we should ditch using tags in Evernote altogether.