He recently got Brett’s latest revision to Evernote Essentials (3.0) .
Here’s the nub:
- “Version 3 of Evernote Essentials has had large chunks of the guide rewritten and refocused.”
- “I really like Brett’s tagging section and how he approaches tagging in Evernote.”
- “There is a great section on organization and naming, and he even tackles the minefield of whether to have sensitive information in Evernote or not…”
- “The Evidence Locker chapter made me laugh out loud on Vancouver’s Skytrain, so thanks to him for making me look like a crazy person.”
Go read the whole thing. It’s short and sweet.
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