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Evernote is an excellent tool for keeping track of client relationships and taking notes. The indexing is excellent, with text in images and text. However, a Wiki might be better for large-scale collaboration. It is a perfect use case for it, and it is hard to beat. To-do lists that need to be tracked or have due dates assigned do not work well in Evernote. It's almost like a library that anyone can add to, edit, tag, and reference. Evernote has a limited checklist function in terms of tasks meant to be kept in one place rather than reviewed and organized over time.
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The Memonic tool is a very powerful application that is hugely used by students, research scholars, journalists,s and corporate employees. It helps to jot down important points or a summary which makes a user brief the task with other people. Software is easy to use and has a basic touch. Content can be stored and shared easily.
Read full review Pros Ability to share meeting notes with others (like that it works well with Rocketbook). The To-Do list helps with organization and project deadlines. Able to sync to multiple devices so you can use it in the office or in the field. Read full review Easy to use web surface. Easy sync of data between any device. Notes are stored without ay hassle and can be fetched even if you are not online. Read full review Cons The free application's feature will meet most users needs, but the Premium plan is expensive. Though Evernote lets you create and manage notes effortlessly, its basic plan supports sync between two devices and does not support offline mode. Can't export data easily to other applications. Read full review Application is little bit out dated and can have a new UI. Basic Grammar and Spell check functionality should be added. Should include more security layers. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
I can't really imagine how much they'd have to charge me to make me quit Evernote. I can't really think of any technology that has changed my life as much without going back to email in the 90s, or the introduction of the iPhone. I know I sound ridiculous, but it would be really tough for me to live without it. If I were forced to choose between my smart phone (and keep in mind that I get lost in my driveway) and my Evernote, I'd probably choose my Evernote.
Read full review Usability Basic visual organization - ability to create a notebook and store user notes inside of it. Basic easy navigation - You can quickly move in and out of files and notes. User intuitive addition - whatever you need to add to your document, it's relatively easy to understand and use. We find overall that we still want some functionality in creating better task lists, boards, and other things that we find in Notion - which is the tool that we use as a team notebook/storage space. page V
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Generally issues are by connectivity and not Evernote availability but I have had issues in the past with cross-client consistency of data which Evernote Support has ID'd as bugs that are still unresolved as far as I know
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Fast and clean interface. Just upgraded to Evernote 5
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I bet you won’t even need to call their support. Their product has never failed me. Simply put. But if you were to email them to gather some details or help, I bet they won’t disappoint you. Don’t worry about the support, it’s the last thing you should worry about this product.
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Make sure you think about your tags. If you end up with multiple similar tags then things aren't grouped together as you might prefer. For instance if you have a tag called Disney and Walt Disney, this will split up your articles. Evernote makes it simple to correct, but I suggest you make sure your users look closely at the existing tags before creating new ones.
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The most similar program I have used is
by Microsoft, and other note taking programs exist like Notepad and Microsoft Word but those programs do not offer syncing like Evernote does. There are newer programs in the space like Dropbox Paper and Google Docs which would be on a list of ones to consider.
Read full review Return on Investment Evernote has allowed our school's over 3000 students and staff members to work more efficiently instead of spending time on making physical notes, clicking pictures, and uploading them to the cloud in order to share them The investment in Evernote Premium has also allowed for heavier files to be attached in each note such as student work that allows teachers to be certain that students have followed deadlines and finished assigned tasks Evernote has allowed our school to smoothly transition in and out of online learning as the local COVID-19 protocols change and student work requires one platform to be based on throughout Read full review Positive: Easy file sharing and user friendly. Negative: No spell/grammar check functionality. Positive: Multiple device support. Positive: We can easily download any data once synced with the device via offline mode also. Read full review ScreenShots