Tag Archives: DocumentSnap

10 Awesome OneNote Tips You Should Be Using All The Time [Windows]

My posts on One Note vs Evernote are the most popular posts on this blog. So here’s another for y’all. Brooks Duncan of Documentsnap.com tweets about the following 10 Awesome OneNote Tips article. Here’s a snippet: I am going to ruffle a few feathers here by saying that Microsoft OneNote is just as good as […]

Evernote Stacks – How To Use Them – YouTube

http://www.documentsnap.com – Evernote Stacks are a way to have subfolders in Evernote, or sub notebooks. This video shows you how stacks work. via Evernote Stacks – How To Use Them – YouTube. A useful video on the basics of Evernote’s stacks – what they are, how to use them – from paperless guru Brooks Duncan […]

Introducing the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i – and Win One! | Tips To Learn How To Go Paperless | DocumentSnap Paperless Blog

Brooks Duncan of DocumentSnap.com is giving away the latest Fujitsu scanner. At least, if you live on the North American continent; I don’t suppose he’ll be shipping one to me here in Japan. But even if, like me, you don’t live in North America, check this out – you’ll learn about some interesting improvements to […]

How To Choose A Scanner – YouTube

[yframe url=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTkZpdYqXKg’] Brooks Duncan of DocumentSnap.com has a short video on the key factors to consider when choosing a scanner. Brooks Duncan is author of the Paperless Document Organization Guide, a series of detailed, multimedia guides on going paperless. Check it out (buy it from here and I get a commission). If you’re interested in […]

Brooks Duncan: Make use of OneNote

Brooks Duncan of DocumentSnap.com has a(nother) post about OneNote. This might be of interest to you, as my posts on OneNote vs Evernote are the most popular posts by far. Disclosure: I’m an affiliate of DocumentSnap.com. I promote Brooks’ products because I have found them to be very useful in my attempt to “go paperless”. […]

Brooks Duncan of DocumentSnap’s latest video tip

DocumentSnapper Brooks Duncan is my guru for matters related to going paperless. And one reason I subscribe to his blog is for videos like this one. Brooks is constantly learning new technologies and playing around with them and learning their little tricks, then creating short and simple videos like this one on Dropbox (a popular […]

Springpad Smarter Notebooks Smarter Sharing A Smarter Way to Get Things Done Review | Tips To Learn How To Go Paperless | DocumentSnap Paperless Blog

Springpad Smarter Notebooks Smarter Sharing A Smarter Way to Get Things Done Review | Tips To Learn How To Go Paperless | DocumentSnap Paperless Blog. Dan Gold has produced another $5 eBook, this time on Springpad. If, like me, you’re not sure what Springpad is, then check out their homepage first. I haven’t checked out […]

Dan Gold’s popular eBook “Evernote®: The unofficial eBook” is selling like hot cakes

Read the GTD book? Have Evernote? Haven’t put the two together yet? This blog post is for you.

Use ScanSnap Organizer Distribute By Keyword To Automatically File Your Documents | Tips To Learn How To Go Paperless | DocumentSnap Paperless Blog

Another great tip from DocumentSnap Paperless blog. This is for folks who use the Fujitsu ScanSnap and its associated software, ScanSnap Organizer. When Brooks says “use a highlighter”, he means a physical highlighter – this is clear in the video but not in his blog post – and you have to highlight the phrases you […]

The “Where the Hell is My Wallet” Hack | Bridging the Nerd Gap

I’ve been using Evernote more than, ahem, ever recently: first, I discovered how it can help me go paperless (thanks to Brooks Duncan’s excellent advice on DocumentSnap – if you’re serious about paperless, do consider getting his Paperless Document Organization Guide); next, I came across Daniel Gold’s “Unofficial Guide to capturing everything & GTD” which […]