04 Mar 2010
Rescue Deleted Notes
If you ever accidentally delete a note you can rescue it from the trash in your Evernote account.
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Evernote Musician Tip
Use Evernote to remember your mixing board levels, amp presets, pedal settings, rack patch layout, etc. Just take a picture and add a description, you can see exactly how you had it when it sounded “just right” at that jam session the other day.
Put all the important milestones of your children’s life into Evernote to create a virtual baby book.
“I have a note for each new month and as things happen that I want to remember I just scribe the date and the memory.”
Use Evernote to plan and coordinate your wedding day.
Evernote is a great way to keep all of your wedding plans in order. Have all your research in one place including: venue, dress, cake, entertainment, catering, favors, table settings, travel, design inspiration, honeymoon, vendor information, vow notes and more.
You can also share and collaborate with friends, family or even wedding planners.
I created a basic system in Evernote that allowed me to quickly add my workouts in anywhere I happened to be, get access to old performance characteristics, and to track my areas of concentration to make sure I wasn’t overdoing any particular sport. Here’s how it works…
Every year as I go through all of my holiday décor boxes at home, I stumble upon holiday cards and pictures I have saved that were sent from friends over the years. Many of these cards include personal messages and photos that I never have the heart to toss out. In my quest to declutter many areas of my home, this year I decided to archive all of those past years’ cards by scanning them all with my ScanSnap S1500M to my Evernote account.
Source: Scan Snap Community
… By taking a photo of your receipt and storing it in Evernote, you’ll have a backup copy just in case anything happens to your original, or you just want to keep a running tally on your spending. This is also good for sending in those time-consuming expense reports — just photograph your receipts with a cell and send ‘em on in! Best of all, you can access your info on your phone or home computer for later organizational reference.