What!? You’re not using Evernote?

This post is part of a technology series called “What?! You’re not using…?” where I’m sharing ten technology sites/apps that I find to be very helpful – and you might too!

Evernote is an awesome app and incredibly powerful, but I’m still figuring out how best it fits into my workflow. If you want some detailed explanations for how one person is using Evernote, check out Michael Hyatt’s blog posts How To Organize Evernote for Maximum Efficiency and A Better Filing System for Public Speakers (and Writers). Michael truly is the Evernote master right now, and shares often about his tips & tricks. He just wrote a great post about “How to Get Your Stuff into Evernote.

Evernote is basically the place where you can keep everything that you want to remember, go back and read more about, keep track of, etc. It’s a system based on filing documents, audio files, photos, etc., by using tags, and so everything is searchable and findable extremely quickly.

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New Tech Blog Series: What!? You’re not using…?

For those of you who know me, you’ll know I’m a pretty big tech-geek. Although, if you ask my wife, one of the things that I hate doing more than anything is trying to hook up stuff related to our TV. I don’t know why, but it drives me crazy. But other than that, I love finding out about cool new apps, gadgets or anything related to tech.

Sometimes I get surprised when I find out some folks don’t know about technology that I rely on regularly – but I realize not everyone is as much of a geek as I am. So I thought I’d do a series of posts entitled, “What!? You’re not using ____?” I’ll share with you 10 things that I find myself relying on the most in this crazy tech-obsessed world, and let you know why I think they’re great, and why I think you should try them out. Just so you know what to expect over the next couple weeks, here are some of the things I’ll be writing about (and there may be more, so keep coming back, okay?).

I hope you find some of these useful and helpful – and hopefully you’ll find out about at least one that’s new to you.