1359761748Michael Hyatt, blogger, public speaker and general all-around up-beat guy, has not only downloaded Brett Kelly’s Evernote Essentials 3.0 but actually read it. Here are some of his comments. Click here to read the whole thing (it’s short and sweet, like most of Michael’s blog posts).

(I’m a Brett Kelly affiliate: if you buy Evernote Essentials after clicking thru from here, you’ll be buying me a sandwich. Thanks!)

Here are a few ways in which Brett improved on an already invaluable tool:

  • This is an almost complete re-write. In fact, it is nearly twice as long as the previous version.
  • Brett included several new use-cases e.g., Evernote for parents and travelers.
  • He added several new chapters, including, “How to go Paperless with Evernote,” “Import/Export,” and “Writing your History Book.”
  • He added lots of tips for power-users.
  • He re-designed the-ebook from the ground up.
  • He removed chapters that likely wouldn’t be of interest to a more general audience e.g., “Evernote for Programmers”.

What’s the same? Brett’s direct, easy-to-understand style. There are lots of screenshots to help you understand the program and get the most out of it.

via The Fastest, Cheapest Way to Learn Evernote | Michael Hyatt.

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