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  • http://dangoldesq.com Daniel Gold

    Nice job, Jeremy! Great summary and real nice way of highlighting 5 great features about Evernote! Cheers!

    • http://www.cloudproductivity.net Jeremy Roberts

      Thanks Daniel. There’s so many more tips and tricks I want to share too.

  • http://twitter.com/phdemoulin Philippe Demoulin

    Great tips, especially the “Save as PDF into EN” I never heard about ! Great post Jeremy

  • Tblee3250

    Great stuff. I love the Print PDF to Evernote but can’t figure out how to do it on a PC? When I print, I see an option to send to Microsoft’s OneNote (surprise) but not Evernote. Also, when I save as PDF in Word, I don’t see an option there either. What I usually do is save to an Evernote folder on my desktop that then sweeps things into my Evernote.

    • http://www.cloudproductivity.net Jeremy Roberts

      I don’t think the ‘Save PDF to Evernote…’ option exists for Windows. Instead, there is the automatic import folder option (which Mac doesn’t have). So you would basically print the document as a PDF and save it to the import folder. Same result.

      • James Sarahm

        I am an elementary school principal trying to streamline all that I do and am learning to love EN. Have a Mac at home and PC at school. Can you explain the print as PDF and save to the import folder? I think that is exactly what I have been looking for but am not sure how to complete the action.

        • http://www.cloudproductivity.net/ Jeremy Roberts

          Hi James, This sounds like a great topic for a post on it’s own! Stay tuned. Subscribe to be alerted when it’s live.

  • TaniaByron

    i’m sure that many evernote users will find the 5 tips you discussed very helpful and useful. Also wish to share simple tip for Kindle owners who are using evernote, you can use clippingsconverter.com, a free online tool, to convert your clippings to other formats such as word, or pdf, then upload them directly to evernote. Well, just sharing something I recently learned from another user.

    can you feature this tool in your site too? :).

  • http://twitter.com/grantcadams Grant Charles Adams

    Save as PDF to Evernote – brilliant workflow tip. Many thanks.

  • CiaraConlon

    love the last tip Jeremy, I often find myself restricted in phone access to twitter, so that will defintely tackle some frustration.

  • treptalks

    I have recently created a step by step video tutorial on Evernote that will show you basic to advanced level Evernote strategies and tactics – It’s Free, access it here: http://treptalks.com/evernote

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