I frequently de-clog my phone’s memory and email those cute pictures of grandchildren and other family members to Evernote.
Evernote is a flexible electronic filing cabinet available for desktops, phones, and tablets. It means I can easily create or store information wherever I am. And equally importantly, because the information is stored electronically, I can easily search it and track information down. I can use it to type documents or save handwritten notes on screen; it will receive scanned documents or photographs; and I can even use it to create dictated notes or store other sound files. And zapping webpages into it (in a variety of save formats) or those important emails, is a synch.
Because security of information is important to me, I am able to use the internal encryption system built into it to lock sensitive documents.
I use Evernote in a multitude of ways. To give you some idea of its flexibility and usefulness, I have listed the ways below. They are not listed in any order of importance. Continue reading “Saving Stuff for Work and Pleasure (19 Uses for Evernote)”
I was well past 50 before the SmartPhone arrived. I had lived most of my life without one. I shouldn’t be missing mine so much. I had coped before. Why is coping now so difficult?
I thought I could easily survive without it. I was wrong. I could survive, but it wasn’t easy. In fact, I was surprised about how hard I found it. It should have been a doddle. It is not as if an iPhone has been part of my life for most of it.
I could be described as being in young old-age. I can remember when we didn’t have a television, and how when we got one, our neighbours came round on a Saturday evening to watch the small, black and white screen. I can remember the envy when some relatives got their first colour TV set. I can remember my girl-friend at university spending hours using a calculator the size of a small house in order to process by hand the statistics needed for her research.
I can remember too the joy of the first personal computers – the ZX81, the ZX Spectrum (“What on earth do you want one of those for? What good will it do?”) – and learning to use code to make machines do relatively useless things. And then the big breakthrough, the Amstrad PCW – technology that actually did things that made life much easier for someone who regularly typed thousands of words. Continue reading “SmartPhone Cold Turkey at Easter”
Whatever you might want to use Evernote for, Saferoom now enables you to do that with even more confidence than before.
I find it so satisfying when someone develops a piece of software that meets a real need and makes my life a lot simpler. I was really pleased to discover the Saferoom app (and the desktop versions for Mac and Windows) this week. It has solved a professional problem that I have had for some time.
I work as a counsellor/psychotherapist in Private Practice, and since 2009 I have been using Evernote to help me run my business. Evernote is basically an electronic filing cabinet that lets you store notes, documents of all kinds, photographs, web pages, audio and video recordings, and hand written scribbles. However, despite its usefulness and amazing flexibility, Evernote has always had a minor problem that Saferoom has now solved. Continue reading “Keeping It In Saferoom”