What was the best part about using Evernote?
Evernote thought about every single kind of person on earth when they made this software. Entrepreneurs, managers, consultants, parents, teachers, artists, college kids, programmers. Name it, they will certainly have a use for Evernote; that's how useful and versatile this document manager is. In fact I don't view it as simply a document manager; it is my virtual notebook and diary.
I use Evernote in so many different ways; I create lists, store links, keep pictures, to-do lists, and more. I love how everything I make on the desktop version is automatically synced on the app so I can access my data even while I'm on the go. I also love that I never have to worry about saving my files - putting them on Evernote gives me peace of mind because I know that it's automatically saved. I began to use Evernote before when it was free for up to 60MB of storage but now I don't mind paying a little more for more space simply because this program is worth it.
What would you change about your experience with Evernote?
If you want to use software to store documents or notes beyond 60MB you need to pay although personally don't mind as I see it as an investment for both my business and my personal life. I also feel that they send too many notifications about various features which can be a little distracting but other than that I have absolutely no qualms about Evernote. Overall it is a fantastic program that I think everyone should have.
Evernote is simply one of the best programs ever created. Not only do I get to store virtually anything I want in this fantastic program, Evernote also lets me seamlessly share it with whomever I want. I can create a group notebook and share files there - this is even part of the free features that you don't need to pay for. No matter what you are doing with life, you will find a good use for Evernote. It's incredibly useful for people like me who rely on keywords to find things in my computer and tablet. Just typing up a keyword can help you locate your notes even if it's handwritten! There's just nothing like Evernote - I recommend you to try the free version today.